Nominations of candidates to stand for election to PeakCare’s Board are due by COB Monday, 4th November. A small extension of one day can be provided (i.e. until COB on 5th November) if absolutely necessary.
This year, THREE Board member positions are to be filled by election at our Annual General Meeting to be held during the evening of 20th November 2019. Given the diverse range of organisations that comprise PeakCare’s membership, the Board is keen to ensure that the candidates standing for election are able to represent a wide cross-section of interests and concerns held by our Members – large and small, state-wide and local, from across all parts of the State. The Board is also keen to ensure that it has the right mix of knowledge, skills and experience from which it can draw. Nomination of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander candidates is strongly encouraged.
Have YOU got what it takes to perform the important role of a Board Director in ensuring the sound governance of PeakCare? If you are still thinking about it, it’s time to decide NOW.
For more information about who is eligible to be nominated for election to the Board and the process for lodging nominations, click here.
Does YOUR organisation join PeakCare in supporting the call for the establishment of a National Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Young People?
Coinciding with National Children's Week, SNAICC and the Family Matters campaign on Thursday, 24th October launched a joint position paper calling for the establishment of a National Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Young People. Establishing a dedicated National Commissioner will provide much needed oversight and accountability for systems and services, ensuring that the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people are protected. The position paper has been endorsed by over 80 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous NGOs and state-and-territory-based children’s commissioners and guardians that are working to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. To join PeakCare in supporting this important call, you can: Share the position paper with your networks and on social media including #BecauseOfThemWeMust and #KidsCommissioner; sign your organisation up to be an endorsee of the position paper; use the key points highlighted in PeakCare's special announcement to develop your own media release; write, tweet or meet with your local federal member of parliament and ask them to support the call; support the call in your own state or territory if you do not have one already.
Free human rights legislation training
In the coming weeks, the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services the Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) and QCOSS will be holding free human rights information sessions in ten locations across Queensland. The sessions will provide an introduction to the Human Rights Act, which commences from 1st January 2020, and the functions of the QHRC; present non-government organisations with practical resources and tools to build their confidence in effectively meeting our human rights obligations, including the management of human rights complaints processes; and facilitate connections with others in the human services sector about human rights issues and implications. Click here to view dates and locations and to access registration. Attendance at each session will be limited to one or two representatives from each organisation to ensure that they are as interactive as possible. Make sure your organisation is represented and you give thought to the most suitable persons to relay the information they receive back into your organisation.
Free workforce analytics for non-profits
As part of the Centre for Social Impact's Learning for Purpose initiative, free analytics of 30 key workforce metrics are now accessible for non-profits through an online tool, including sector benchmarks, automatic analyses, and no setup. Analysis is based on the Australian Not-for-Profit Workforce Study. Find out more and sign up.
QCOSS survey shows increasing opposition to cashless debit card trial in Hinkler
A survey conducted by QCOSS on the Cashless Debit Card Trial (CDCT) in the Hinkler region, including Hervey Bay and Bundaberg, has found more people are opposed to the card now that the trial has been running in the region for several months. 81% of survey respondents opposed the CDCT outright, compared to 65% before the card was introduced. More than half of respondents were either on the CDCT themselves or have family on the CDCT. People with experience of being on the card reported problems with health or mental health issues, rent problems, stigma and discrimination, cards being declined and cash-only opportunities missed. Read more on the survey results, or view the infographic.
Funded organisations required to implement bullying prevention policices
The Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs requires funded sporting, youth, and community organisations providing services and supporting children and young people across Queensland requesting policies to prevent and intervene in bullying and cyberbullying. These requirements have come out of the recommendations made in last year's cyberbullying taskforce report Adjust our Settings: A community approach to address cyberbullying among children and young people in Queensland. Find out more on the government's anti-bullying website.
Removing barriers to safety for temporary visa holders experiencing domestic and family violence
The Australian Women Against Violence Alliance have released a Blueprint for Reform on Removing Barriers to Safety for Victims/Survivors of Domestic and Family Violence who are on Temporary Visas, calling on the government to ensure all women and children holding temporary visas who experience domestic, family and sexual violence can access protections, services and justice. The paper outlines the current limitations in accessing legal protections for temporary visa holders experiencing violence, including that violence perpetrated by family members other than a sponsoring partner is not recognised as cause for protection, that some visa holders are at risk of visa cancellation or visa refusal if they separate from a perpetrator or report the violence to police, and that decisions reviews by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal require upfront fee payment of over $1,700 AUD. In Queensland, the paper has been endorsed by the Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research, Sera Women’s Shelter Townsville, and Women’s Legal Service QLD. Read the paper and if you agree, call on your local member of parliament for reform by adopting the proposed recommendations.
Share your thoughts
The federal government is seeking submissions into how responses to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) can be improved as part of an inquiry being conducted by the Federal Senate Community Affairs References Committee. Submissions are invited from professionals, families and the community on preventing FASD, improving diagnosis, optimising the life outcomes for people with FASD, and supporting carers, and can be made public or confidential. Submissions close Friday, 29th November. Lodge a submission.
Women's technology safety and privacy toolkit
The WESNET Safety Net Australia project has developed a Women’s Technology Safety & Privacy Toolkit with resources and tips for women who have experienced or may be at risk of experiencing, technologically-facilitated abuse, including stalking and invasions of privacy. The toolkit includes links to resources about dealing with harassing calls, texts and messages, email and browser security, non-consensual sharing of intimate images, and documentation advice for reporting to the police or preparing for court.
Grants and funding available
The Queensland government's Celebrating Multicultural Queensland (CMQ) program funding round for multicultural projects is now open. Incorporated organisations operating as a not-for-profit/charitable entity, Local Government Authorities (LGAs) and P&C Associations are invited to apply for funding for multicultural projects that create pathways to participation for people from culturally diverse backgrounds, including migrants and refugees, in the cultural, economic and social life of Queensland. To view the funding guidelines and how to apply, visit the website. The round closes Friday, 6th December.
The first round of the Queensland government's Thriving Cohesive Communities grants is now open under two streams: Youth Connect – Contribute – Lead; and Locals speaking to locals. The Youth Connect steam will provide grants for projects that establish connection with young people at risk of exclusion and isolation and assist young people to meaningfully participate in existing local programs, services, clubs and community activities. The Locals stream is for projects that bring local people together to strengthen understanding and acceptance of all forms of diversity. For more details and to apply, visit the website. The round closes Monday, 25th November.
Aboriginal small business channel launched
BuyingBlack has launched a new website showcasing the stories of business owners, with episodes telling the stories of what Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in business are doing to contribute to a sense of place, pride and community. View the videos on the website for previews and stay tuned for new episodes following the journeys of thriving community of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses every month.
Designing the Future of Family Law in Australia - a must-attend event
Join Family Laws Pathways Network in examining the challenges and opportunities of family law in Australia on Thursday, 7th November at the State Library of Queensland. Keynote speakers will include The Hon. Justice Sarah Derrington, Federal Court of Australia and President of the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) and The Hon. Michelle May AM QC, Family Court of Australia (retired) and ALRC Commissioner, with a panel including leading lawyers and those with lived experience of domestic and family violence. Find out more and register.
Just five days until AASW Conference 2019 - top five reasons to attend
There are more than five reasons to attend the AASW Conference 2019 - Challenging Inequality and Working together for a just society - now just five days away, but here are a few highlights: 1. A once-only opportunity to hear from an expert panel on the registration of social workers, facilitated by Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) Board Director Anita Phillips, and featuring Hon Tammy Franks MLC, Hon Natalie Cooke MP, and Lucy Sandford-Reed, Chief Executive of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers. Find out more about the session. 2. Stimulating and thought-provoking program including social activities. 3. Networking opportunities - make your time really count! 4. Learning new ideas, picking up emerging trends or new and innovative practice. 5. A strong Indigenous focus, featuring the Indigenous language and culture of the Kaurna people. The 2019 AASW Conference will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th November. Find out more and register.
Full program announced for National Indigenous Youth Empowerment Summit
The National Indigenous Youth Empowerment Summit is coming to Cairns on 25th to 28th February 2020. This four-day event will focus on holistic approaches to support, strengthen and empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to thrive and flourish in life. With five streams and over 80 speakers, delegates have the opportunity to learn about and collaborate on strategies for empowering Indigenous young people. Speakers already confirmed include Aunty Rosalie Kunoth-Monks, 2014 NT Australian of the Year and 2015 NAIDOC Person of the Year; Commissioner Justin Mohamed, Commissioner for Children and Young People Victoria; Aunty Hazel Collins, Grandmothers Against Removals; Rick Baldwin, Head Coach of the Australian Indigenous Womens Basketball Team, and many more. The full program has now been released. Register by Friday, 8th November to receive $500 off the standard price (reference VIP code: EP1 to receive this discount). Find out more.
Each week, PeakCare publishes a 'Thumbs Up' and/or a 'Thumbs Down' about matters that have come to our attention and draw either our commendation or condemnation. If there are matters that you think are worthy of one or other of these acknowledgements, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will consider publishing them.
A Thumbs Up this week goes to the sponsors of the PeakCare Awards – the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women for sponsoring the SIC Award, Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peak for the DEADLY Award, Every Child Campaign for the WOKE Award and PeakCare itself for the LEGEND Award. Click here for details about how you can nominate a worthy candidate. Nominations are due by COB Tuesday, 5th November.
Can the Family Foundations early intervention program contribute to improved child outcomes?
The latest Institute of Child Protection Studies Research to Practice Issue #25 examines the extent to which the Family Foundations parenting intervention promotes strong, secure and healthy relationships between parents and carers and their young children. Researchers worked with ACT Belconnen Community Service practitioners to evaluate the child-centred program for families with young children who are not in crisis but are dealing with complex parenting needs. The research shows improvements in all domains for both parent and child outcomes. Read more.
The Effects of Caring: the importance of addressing strains and maintaining high level practice
Brisbane - Thursday, 7th November
Presented by Australian Association of Social Workers
This full day workshop explores insights, skills and practices researched to be effective in managing and addressing the ”cost of caring”. The work of providing engaged empathic care and intervention has its effects on social workers. Worker’s health and well being is mirrored in the quality of the work we do. This workshop draws on the work of key thinkers in this area, Charles Figley, Babette Rothschild, Saakvitnae and Pearlman to offer the insights, skills and practices that they have researched to be effective in managing and addressing this ”cost of caring”. Find out more and register.
First Up: Client response training for administration staff
Brisbane - Thursday, 7th November
Presented by Encompass Family and Community
This workshop equips and supports administration workers in their role of providing ‘first-up’ responses to clients and members of the public who present in person at reception or over the phone. We consider how to interact calmly and safely with people who are presenting in a state of crisis or affected by alcohol or drugs, including how to convey empathy while encouraging the client to contain their anger or upset or behaviour. A workshop for all admin workers who may be ‘first-up’ in responding helpfully in difficult situations or helping to de-escalate potential crises. Find out more and register.
Accidental Counsellor Training
Brisbane - Wednesday, 13th November
Presented by Amovita
This presentation has been designed for individuals who are not employed in the role of a trained counsellor. This training will assist participants when they find themselves in a counselling role by accident. The training explores key counselling techniques, how to respond to others in stressful situations and how to interact or communicate when someone has experienced a traumatic event or is in crisis. The training also explores how to reduce the impact of stress in an accidental counsellor role and the importance of debriefng and self care. Find out more and register.
Voices in Action Conference 2019
Melbourne - Thursday, 14th to Saturday, 16th November
Presented by CREATE Foundation
95% of previous attendees either agreed or strongly agreed that the ideas shared at the event would help improve the out-of-home care system. The 2019 Voices in Action Conference will provide an in-depth exploration of three key issues identified by children and young people with a care experience as fundamental to improving the out-of-home care system, with the wisdom of lived experience. The discussion will focus on: how to include young voices in decision making processes; how to support and improve outcomes for young people transitioning from care; and the need to improve complaints processes for children and young people. The conference format will feature a daily keynote address from inspirational thought leaders in the care system, followed by a series of interactive, workshop style sessions focused on applying the insights of young people, carers and professionals to some of the key issues facing our sector. Carers, professionals and sector leaders must attend for a fresh grassroots approach to garnering insight into what works in out-of-home care. The full program is now live, so be quick to secure your place at this game-changing conference and elevate the voices of children and young people in care. Find out more and register.
Child Safe Organisations
Coolum Beach - Saturday, 16th November
Presented by NAPCAN
The National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN) is again delivering free child protection workshops around Queensland. The half-day Child Safe Organisations workshop prepares organisations to follow child-safe standards. A child safe organisation values children and is committed to treating their needs and their safety as the top priority. It means taking serious proactive steps to prevent physical, sexual or emotional abuse, neglect or any kind of harm. Child Safe Organisations move beyond safety and demonstrate commitment to children and young people's wellbeing. Find out more and register for workshops throughout Queensland.
No Scaredy Cats
Brisbane - Monday, 18th November
Presented by Parentshop
The No Scaredy Cats™ workshop is based on three underlying perspectives: first, by having an understanding of how anxiety develops parents can counter its progress, second, parents can take a preventative role in the development of anxiety problems, third, there are practical steps parents can take to build resilience. Find out more and register.
Key Skills in Family Therapy
Brisbane - Thursday, 28th to Friday, 29th November
Presented by Compass Seminars
Do you want to work more confidently and effectively with families? Do you know how to troubleshoot when treatment gets “stuck”? This workshop explores systemic approaches to family work. This two-day workshop is aimed at practitioners who work with children, young people, adults, couples, families, and/or organisations supporting clients with mental health issues. This workshop aims to introduce participants to core Family Therapy concepts and broaden practitioners understanding of how to view “the client’s problem”, as well as provide practical skills and interventions for use with the client groups with which they work, built on theoretical constructs from systemic, structural, solution focused and narrative family therapy models to teach core thinking and interviewing skills in family therapy. It makes complex theory easy to grasp and the related techniques easy to implement. Find out more and register.
Human rights in Queensland: awareness raising for human services NGOs
Townsville - Wednesday, 6th November
A free two-hour information session introducing the Human Rights Act and the functions of the Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) and providing practical resources and tools for NGOs to build confidence in effectively meeting human rights obligations, delivered by the Department of Child Safety, the QHR, and QCOSS. Sessions are designed to: increase your knowledge about the Human Rights Act and the functions of the QHRC; increase your awareness about the practical resources and tools available to help you meet human rights obligations, including human rights complaints processes; help connect you with others in the human services sector about human rights issues and implications. Attendance is limited to 1 or 2 representatives from each organisation. Find out more and register.
NDIS Six Years On: Insights from the Hunter
Brisbane - Wednesday, 6th November
CSIA is bringing speakers from the Hunter region – a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) pilot area – to share their experiences, insights, what they have learned and what they wish they had known. Being three years ahead of the rest of the roll out they have learned a lot. Tickets are limited so organisations are advised to get in quick. The speakers will cover culture and finance, new business models, how to prepare for National Quality and Safeguarding, as well the chance to engage further with speakers in an interactive session at the end of the day. Find out more and register.
Blue Card Services information session
Brisbane - Wednesday, 6th November
This is a general information session which provides an overview of an employer/business operator’s obligations under the blue card system and an opportunity to clarify any issues regarding the blue card application or assessment process. Find out more and register.
Designing the Future of Family Law in Australia
Brisbane - Thursday, 7th November
Join Family Laws Pathways Network in examining the challenges and opportunities of family law in Australia at the State Library of Queensland for this must-attend event. Keynote speakers will include The Hon. Justice Sarah Derrington, Federal Court of Australia and President of the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) and The Hon. Michelle May AM QC, Family Court of Australia (retired) and ALRC Commissioner, with a panel including leading lawyers and those with lived experience of domestic and family violence. Find out more and register.
Transition to Adulthood Month Launch
Brisbane - Tuesday, 7th November
November is Transition to Adulthood (T2A) month. It is a month to highlight the needs of young people as they make the journey from the care system to adulthood, experiencing positive outcomes along the way. CREATE will be hosting the free Transition to Adulthood Month Launch at The Old Museum in Bowen Hills, Brisbane. The event will feature a presentation, speeches, performances, virtual reality tent, resource stalls, inflatables and much more. RSVP to the event and visit the CREATE website for more information on T2A and how you can get involved in supporting young people transitioning to success.
Be You: Reflecting on year one of an ambitious plan for mentally healthy learning communities
Webinar - Tuesday, 12th November
This Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) webinar will feature Beyond Blue CEO Georgie Harman reflecting on the first year of Be You, Beyond Blue’s national education initiative delivered in partnership with headspace and Early Childhood Australia. Be You provides – online and free of charge, to every early learning service and school – a roadmap, building blocks, professional development, and support to foster a mentally healthy learning community. Georgie will share the successes and lessons learned during the first year of Be You as over 6,000 schools and 2,750 early learning services made a commitment to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. This will be valuable to anyone with an interest in mental health and education, providing insights into the Be You journey so far and outlining future plans. Find out more and register.
Changing Lives, Changing Communities
Mt Isa - Tuesday, 12th to Wednesday, 13th November
Come along and work together at this forum hosted by QCOSS, taking your place to drive change in your community. Across Queensland, communities are looking to work together to make a difference, to create a place where everyone contributes, matters and belongs. You are invited to come along to work with your neighbours and colleagues to make your community the best it can be. This is an invitation to come along and work together, taking your place to drive change in your community. Find out more and register.
Introduction to the Human Rights Act
Brisbane - Thursday, 14th November
The Anti Discrimination Commission is now known as the Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC). The QHRC will be offering training sessions around Queensland's new Human Rights Act, including in Brisbane. The two-hour Introduction to the Human Rights Act training course provides a basic introduction to the key elements of the Act. No previous knowledge is needed. Find out more about the training. Sessions are available in other cities throughout the state.
Information Linkages & Capacity Building (ILC) Workshop
Brisbane - Thursday, 14th November
The Inclusion Ready project invites businesses, services and groups from across the community to learn more about the $400 million in ILC grant opportunities for 2020 and beyond. ILC Workshops will help attendees: understand the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and the important business opportunities it presents; appreciate the economic and social benefits of inclusion and the important role inclusion plays in driving productivity growth; identify key opportunities for inclusion and inclusive projects; design & build ILC grant projects; incorporate critical success factors into ILC project design; and collaborate and network with potential project partners. This is a free event but registrations are essential. Find out more and register.
Power of Community Conference 2019
Brisbane - Thursday, 21st November
Do you work for a small community organisation? Are you looking for expert advice and support? Are you keen to learn strategies to improve your organisation’s mission? The Power of Community Conference celebrates and builds on the impact our community organisations are having across Queensland. Grassroots organisations have a long history of bringing about positive social change, connecting people and building stronger, more resilient communities. With a focus on creating change at a local level, the program will be a combination of presentations from nonprofit experts, including the importance of storytelling, how to attract grants, when and how to innovate and the importance of resilience and wellbeing and hands-on roundtables and workshops on four key areas including marketing, fundraising, volunteer management and governance. Find out more and register.
Parent Morning Tea
Brisbane - Monday, 25th November
Parents who have child protection experience are welcome to this free monthly morning tea hosted by Family Inclusion Network South East Queensland to chat with other parents about how they navigated the child protection, legal and out-of-home care systems and hear how they gained support, addressed their child protection concerns, and became more included in the lives of their children. The Morning Tea is for parents who: have / had children in care, or have / had an intervention with parental agreement, or been reunified with their children. For more details, contact Becky on 3013 6030 or email@example.com. Find out more and RSVP.
ACOSS National Conference 2019
Canberra - Tuesday, 26th to Wednesday, 27th November
Early bird tickets are now available for the ACOSS National Conference 2019: Harnessing Community through Effective Action. The Conference will focus on a number of cross-cutting themes, including: how can we harness the power of local community action to influence national policy debates? How should we speak about poverty and inequality to galvanise action, while empowering those who are excluded? How do we bridge the divide between urban and rural communities to deliver better policy outcomes for all? Find out more and register.
Parent–child play: A mental health promotion strategy for all children
Webinar - Wednesday, 4th December
Policy Writing and Development Workshop
This webinar by Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) will discuss how practitioners can use child-led play to assist families to improve parent–child relationships and child mental health. The presenters will detail how practitioners who work with families with children aged 0–12 years can adapt child-led play to their specific professional circumstances and use it as a mental health promotion strategy. This webinar will assist practitioners who interact with families in universal health, education and community services, including early childhood education and care settings. Find out more and register.
Brisbane - Wednesday, 4th December
This workshop by For Purpose will provide a hands-on opportunity to work alongside like-minded individuals to create policy development processes, identify policy priorities and write a range of policy documents for systemic advocacy. The workshop will also draw-on case studies and examples from across the not-for-profit sector of policy documents created by organisations for the purposes of systemic advocacy. This workshop is all about identifying policy priorities and developing policy positions, submissions, briefs and other documents that are used in systemic advocacy. Find out more and register.
Defensible Documentation for Disability Support Staff
Brisbane - Thursday, 12th December
This three-hour session presented by Preventing Harm Initiative will help participants learn the leading method to document progress notes professionally, legally and competently. Upon completion of the workshops participants will be able to: identify the key elements required for progress notes to be defensible under question, and understand duty of care and how to document relevant information, incidents, risks, change and ‘refusal of care’. Discounted registration applies for NDS members. Find out more and register.
National Early Years Summit 2020
Melbourne - Wednesday, 11th to Thursday, 12th March 2020
The National Early Years Summit 2020 will bring together leading thinkers and change-makers to look ahead and ask: What should a blueprint for young children’s wellbeing look like? This work and discussion at the Summit will begin a ten-year endeavour by bringing together those who work on the front line with children, academics, government policy makers, parents, and others. The Summit will involve building on a knowledge of what works for kids, highlighting what information we lack, and how we can acquire it. It will also include thought and advocacy on how best to apply that knowledge to get the best results for our children with the limited resources available to governments, organisations, and families. Special rates are available for early bird registrations and Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) Members. Find out more and register.
National Social Role Valorisation Conference 2020
Brisbane - Friday, 27th to Saturday, 28th March 2020
The first ever Australian Social Role Valorisation Association (ASRVA) national conference will be held in Brisbane in 2020. The vision of ASRVA is that all people, including those that are marginalised and disenfranchised, are enabled to be perceived positively and have good lives. The foundation of social role valorisation (SRV) is a sense of social justice, leadership development, and working for change with individuals, services, systems and citizens. The ASRVA Conference will be reinforcing the spirit of a community of practice through a mixture of speakers, discussion and activities, and will be grounded, focussing on application, and using a range of activities and styles to better match varied learning preferences. View the date claimer, follow ASRVA on Facebook or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be kept updated on Conference news and be notified when registrations open.
AIFS 2020 Conference
Melbourne - Tuesday, 9th to Friday, 12th June 2020
The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2020 Conference - What is a good life for families? And how do we get there? - will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Conference will feature presentations, roundtable sessions and symposia on a diverse range of issues affecting family wellbeing, under six themes: family policy and service system challenges; balancing work and family; health and wellbeing over the life course; communities and social cohesion; family threats, vulnerabilities and trauma; and family law challenges and solutions. The program will feature local and international renowned experts from a range of fields related to family wellbeing. Plenary speakers already confirmed include: Professor Stephen Zubrick, Head, Brain and Behaviour, Telethon Kids Institute; Annabel Crabb, ABC’s Chief Political Writer; Jess Hill, Author and Journalist; Richard Glover, Author and Radio presenter. Find out more.
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DV Specialist Workers (Casual, Rostered) - BDVS, Micah Projects
The Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS) as part of Micah Projects is seeking casual DV Specialist Workers for the roster pool. This position is an after-hours crisis response to domestic violence and is responsible for providing a crisis response to individuals who have been referred to Safer Lives as victims of domestic violence primarily by DV Connect and Queensland Police. In order to be considered for this position you must be able to work at short notice, overnights and weekdays. This is position is classified under the SCHADS Award at a Level 2. Find out more and apply.