Case Worker - Women's Domestic Violence Advocate

Warilla North , 2-6 Hill Street, Warilla, New South Wales
Part Time Position

Categories: Community Services

About The Role

Our Community Services division is seeking a female Community Services Worker – Women's Domestic Violence Advocate to join our team in Warilla North on a part time basis in a transitional supported housing setting.  This position will provide education, support and referral pathways for women and children impacted by Domestic and Family Violence.

Why Over 4000 People Work For Us

  • Our employees live our purpose and values
  • Excellent benefits and salary packaging options
  • Planned career development
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Genuine commitment to work/life balance

What We Are Looking For

The successful applicant will have:

  • Relevant qualifications in community development, community work, social work or other relevant fields
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to be self-motivated but also work collaboratively as part of a wider team
  • High level of negotiation skills and ability to liaise with key stakeholders
  • Extensive experience in working in case management or counselling role with women, children and young people who have experienced Domestic and Family Violence.
  • Demonstrated case management and group work.
  • Willingness to work within Baptistcare’s philosophy and practice in working with Domestic and Family Violence
  • Advanced skills in risk assessment and case management in Domestic and Family violence.

How To Apply

To be considered for this role please submit your details, cover letter and resume in the area below. If you would like to discuss this position with BaptistCare please contact Loekie Klevjer at

Applications Close

29 May 2017. Join us today!


Successful applicants are subject to a Police Background Check and Working with Children Check.


Disclaimer: ‘BaptistCare considers that being female is a genuine occupational qualification for this position under section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).