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- Friday, 11th October 2019 -

Do you (or someone you know) hold high-level expertise in relation to financial management and planning; human resource management or workforce planning and development; marketing and communications; or stewardship and governance of a human service organisation?

If you have answered ‘Yes’ to any of the above, PeakCare invites you (or the someone you know) to consider accepting a nomination to stand for election to PeakCare’s Board.

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 this is a role that isn’t right for you, but you know of others who might fit the bill, please forward this information on and encourage them to accept a nomination for election to the Board. Nominations are sought by COB Monday, 4th November 2019. For more information about who is eligible to be nominated for election to the Board and the process for lodging nominations, click here.

As the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009 to 2020 draws to a close, what’s next?

The National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020 (the Framework), endorsed by the Council of Australian Governments in April 2009, has served us well in establishing the mechanism for high-level collaboration and cooperation between Commonwealth, State and Territory governments and non-government organisations. The series of 3-year action plans produced under the umbrella of the Framework focused attention on prioritised areas of concern and held us all – governments and the non-government sector - to account for our performance in achieving the outcomes sought from these plans.

With the Framework now drawing to a close, the questions now turn to where to from here in building on the gains that have been made and how do we now proceed in completing the unfinished business of protecting Australia’s children. These are questions wrestled with during a workshop conducted by Families Australia in Brisbane this week, one of a series of workshops being held across the country. PeakCare’s Lindsay Wegener and Stephanie Fielder were pleased to make our contributions to these discussions and felt privileged to hear the views expressed by the diverse range of Commonwealth and State Government representatives, non-government organisations, representative groups and other special interest groups in attendance. It was especially pleasing to hear the strong representations made by the CREATE Foundation and the Family Inclusion Network. Whatever the answers to these questions may be, it’s very clear that their success will depend on them being well-informed and driven by the experiences and wisdom of parents, children and young people. Click here to read messages from Families Australia’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Brian Babbington about the progress being achieved in building the national child and family wellbeing plan beyond 2020.

Supporting intergenerational play and sharing

Are you interested in bringing older adults and young children together to share knowledge, skills, values and have fun? If yes, the free online course Together Old and Young: An Intergenerational Approach” fits the bill! This course will explore intergenerational practice with young children (0 – 8 years old) and older adults (65+ years old) with practical ways to create opportunities for good quality and sustainable intergenerational learning activities. The course is relevant for early childhood education and care practitioners, primary school teachers (working with 4 to 8 year-olds), social care practitioners and volunteers working with older adults and community development workers. Find out more and register for the next session commencing Monday, 14th October.

Abstract submission for AIFS 2020 Conference closing soon

The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2020 ConferenceWhat is a good life for families? And how do we get there? - will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 9th to 12th June 2020. The Conference Committee is accepting presentations, roundtable sessions or 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. Abstract submissions can be made online beforet the closing date just one week away on Monday, 21st October. The Conference 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.

Grant opportunities supporting children and young people

The federal government has announced grants are available for preschools to apply for the Early Learning Languages Australia (ELLA) program. ELLA is a digital, play-based program that introduces young Australians to languages other than English, including Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Modern Greek, Spanish and Vietnamese – and, from 2020, Korean and Turkish. View the program information guide for more details and visit the ELLA website to apply. A one-hour information webinar will be held to illustrate the program, provide examples of what ELLA looks like in preschools, and answer questions about the program. Register for the webinar on Wednesday, 16th October at 9:30am QLD time or Thursday, 7th November at 12pm QLD time.

Descendants of Vietnam veterans are encouraged to apply for funding under the Long Tan Bursary scheme for the 2020 educational year. The Long Tan Bursary scheme honours the service and sacrifice of Australia’s Vietnam War veterans by providing financial support for their children and grandchildren to undertake post-secondary education. Applications close Thursday, 31st October. For more information and details on eligibility, visit the bursary website.


Nominations open for 7News Young Achiever Awards

The 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards are designed to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people throughout Queensland up to and including 29 years of age. Nominations are now open across 8 categories. Want to recognise someone but don't have the time? Simply Refer Someone - it takes 2 minutes to complete the form and the Awards team does the rest! It's worth it just to nominate - winners will be taking home $2,000 in prizes and will also receive a magnificent trophy, but a media release is sent out for every nominee that enters, in turn increasing promotion for the nominee, and veryone who is entered into the Awards receives a certificate of achievement. Find out more and nominate.

National Early Years Summit 2020 now open for registrations

The National Early Years Summit 2020 will be held Wednesday, 11th to Thursday, 12th March 2020 in Melbourne. The Summit 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.

PeakCare’s Member Survey – only a few days left to submit your views

There are only a few days left to respond to PeakCare’s biennial Member Survey with the closing date set at Monday, 21st October. If you have received an invitation to complete the on-line survey, make sure you take up the opportunity to provide your valued feedback and also to enter the draw for a chance to win of 6 gift cards (1 x $100 gift card; 2 x $50 cards; and 3 x $20 cards).

If you are not one of the people who has been randomly selected to complete the survey (and enter the draw!), but would like to do so, please email Annika Stehn ( as soon as possible and details about how to complete the survey will be sent to you. Please note that only those who are employed by a PeakCare Member organisation and registered Supporters are eligible to complete the survey and enter the draw. The survey seeks feedback about PeakCare’s priorities, communication, performance and future opportunities. The survey is completed anonymously and reporting on the survey results will not identify respondents. It can generally be completed within 5 to 10 minutes, depending on how many additional comments survey respondents elect to enter.

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 and we will consider publishing them.

Thumbs Up to Brian Babbington, Stella Conroy, Margaret Fisher and Families Australia for their facilitation of frank and robust discussion during the Brisbane workshop about where to from when the Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020 concludes. And a big Thumbs Up to all who participated in the workshop – you represented yourselves well as ambassadors for Queensland’s children, young people and families.

It isn’t often that PeakCare will play the role of a television critic, but a Thumbs Up this week goes to the drama mini-series Unbelievable featuring Australia’s Toni Collette, now showing on Netflix. Based on a true story, it does not make for easy viewing but provides some sobering lessons for everyone employed in helping professions, police officers, legal advocates and foster carers.   

Tough Conversations in Child Protection
Brisbane - Wednesday, 16th October
Presented by Parentshop

Tough Conversations in Child Protection is a one-day course for child protection professionals and family workers to help them to hold the often-challenging conversations with parents in child protection. The origin of these child protection workshops arose from a similar series of workshops already being held nationally for school principals. The workshop helps busy professionals to quickly assess and prepare for tough conversations in situations where clarity-of-message can make all the difference for vulnerable families. Find out more and register.


Mandatory Reporting and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect 
Auchenflower - Saturday, 19th October
Presented by NAPCAN

The National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN) is again delivering two free child protection workshops around Queensland. The half-day Mandatory Reporting & Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect is for everyone who works or volunteers with children and young people and their families and is subject to mandatory reporting requirements. The workshop covers mandatory reporting legislation, types of harm to children, and how to identify and prevent risks. Find out more and register for workshops throughout Queensland.

Reflections from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse 2019 Leneen Forde Address
Brisbane - Tuesday, 22nd October
Presented by Child Protection Practitioners Association of Queensland (CPPAQ)

The 2019 CPPAQ Leneen Forde Address will be delivered by Professor Helen Milroy, University of Western Australia, Commissioner with the National Mental Health Commission, Honorary Research Fellow with Telethon Kids Institute, former Commissioner for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and proud descendant of the Palyku people of the Pilbara region. Her address will reflect the many learnings from the Royal Commission including the importance of bearing witness, keeping children safe, trauma informed approaches, and competency in mental health systems of care. Find out more and register.


CBT Prolonged Exposure Therapy for Working with Traumatic Memories
Brisbane - Thursday, 28th to Friday, 29th October

Presented by Australian Association of Social Workers

This two-day workshop will assist practitioners utilising prolonged exposure (PE) therapy for working with post-traumatic stress and other trauma. Participants will be provided the theoretical framework and evidence base for PE, as well as being trained in how to implement this approach with clients. Social Workers working with veterans, survivors of torture and trauma and survivors of family and sexual violence will find this workshop relevant. All of the training content is evidence-based and references for evidence and further reading and training will be provided. 14 hours of CPD applies. 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.

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.

Songs of Justice: Children taken, parents left behind
Brisbane - Tuesday, 15th October

ARIA Award winner Dan Sultan will lead a cast of over 200 musicians and singers in an extraordinary concert event at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre supporting Micah Projects and inspired by the music and ideals of social justice. The concert also features the combined voices of the QPAC Choir, Children’s Health Queensland Community Choir, Lotus Place Voices, With One Voice Brisbane, Songlines Choir, Freedom Train and the Absolutely Everybody Choir. Brisbane favourite Kay McGrath will MC the concert with The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce as the concert’s guest speaker. This concert commemorates: the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants, the 20th anniversary of the Forde Enquiry, the 11th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations, and the 1st anniversary of the Royal Commission into Institutional Response to Child Sexual Abuse. Find out more and secure your ticket to this must-see event.


Practice Reimagined: Making better use of evidence to give families what they need to succeed
Webinar - Wednesday, 16th October

This Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) webinar featuring Parenting Research Centre CEO Warren Cann offers a fresh perspective on how to achieve evidence-based practice in child and family services. Children and families deserve access to programs and interventions that have been shown to work, yet significant practical hurdles still exist to realising the vision of evidence-based practice at a policy and service level. Warren's webinar presentation and live Q&A discussion for policy makers and organisational leaders offers an opportunity to re-examine your own thinking about improving outcomes for children. Registration is free for ARACY Members and $25 for non-Members. Find out more and register.


Working with parents affected by alcohol and other drug use: Considering the needs of children in practice
Webinar - Wednesday, 16th October

This webinar by Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) will discuss how practitioners working with parents where AOD use is a presenting concern can engage parents in having child-focused and parent-sensitive conversations. It will examine how these conversations can identify and strengthen protective factors and improve immediate and long-term outcomes for children’s social and emotional wellbeing. Find out more and register.

Policy and Advocacy 2-Day Intensive
Townsville - Wednesday, 16th to Thursday, 17th October

This two-day intensive workshop by For Purpose will provide for purpose professionals with the opportunity to work alongside like-minded individuals to develop the critical skills required to navigate the policy development process and make change happen. Participants will learn how to to develop tailored advocacy strategies for their organisations with innovative tactics to achieve your desired policy outcomes. The workshop has been developed for people working in the not-for-profit of for purpose sector. It is for anyone seeking to influence government, particularly people working in policy, advocacy, government relations and communication roles. Find out more and register.


Young people: from surviving to thriving QFCC regional speakers series
Mt Isa - Thursday, 17th October

The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) is holding a free Regional Speakers Series designed to bring respected speakers to the regions so we can take another step forward in improving the wellbeing of Queensland children and young people. Highly regarded clinical psychologist, researcher and author, Andrew Fuller, will be the keynote speaker at this event, discussing the topic Young People: From Surviving to ThrivingGumbaynggirr man and QFCC principal advisor John Gibson will talk about the Families are First initiative which celebrates and explores Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parenting wisdom, and Principal Commissioner Cheryl Vardon will present on what over 7000 Queensland children and young people have told QFCC about their communities. Find out more and register.

2019 OPEN Symposium
Melbourne - Friday, 18th October

The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare will hold the 2019 OPEN (Outcomes, Practice, Evidence Network): Voices that Matter Symposium at the Melbourne Arts Centre. As practitioners strive to build the evidence base and strengthen practice across child, youth and family services, it is vital that the voices that matter – the voices of children, young people and families – are prioritised. During the Symposium, attendees will have the chance to hear from colleagues, experts and international guest speakers on successful programs and partnerships, learnings and challenges, innovative tools, and new initiatives. Find out more and register.


Public hearing on new legislative child death review model
Brisbane - Monday, 21st October

The Child Death Review Legislation Amendment Bill 2019 was introduced to Queensland Parliament on 19th September with the aim of implementing the Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) recommendation of establishing a new, independent model for reviewing child death cases. The Bill proposes to: expand the requirement to conduct an internal systems review following the death or serious physical injury of a child known to Child Safety, to other relevant government agencies involved in providing services to that child; and, establishing a new, independent Child Death Review Board located within the QFCC, responsible for carrying out systems reviews following child deaths connected to the child protection system. A public hearing will be held at Parliament House for those wanting to have their say. Find out more.

Frontline Mental Health Conference
Townsville - Sunday, 20th October to Tuesday, 22nd October

This three-day conference held by the Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association focuses on supporting the mental health care of Australian and New Zealand first responders, veterans, soldiers, NGO workers and volunteers. For frontline workers, it's time to put yourself first: find out how to seek help, manage your mental health and support colleagues in need. By breaking the stigma in seeking help, you can create great change for yourself and your fellow frontline workers. The Conference Committee has sourced some of Australia’s most influential experts in mental health, experienced in providing specialised service and support to workers regularly exposed to disaster, emergency, stress and trauma. Find out more and register.


Changing Lives, Changing Communities
Rockhampton - Tuesday, 22nd to Wednesday, 23rd October

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.

Parent Morning Tea
Brisbane - Monday, 28th October

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 Find out more and RSVP.

Digital environments and developing minds: research and strategies for professionals, producers and policy makers
Sydney - Monday, 28th October

The first annual Children and the Media National Conference will be held by the Australian Council for Educational Leaders and the Australian Council on Children and the Media in Sydney. Digital environments are different. The devices are portable, accessible and very persuasive. The content grabs children’s attention, and doesn't want to let it go. How do we ensure that these environments support and don't hinder children’s development? What’s the research telling us? Find out more and register.

Community Based Prevention and Implementation: Implementation Science and Practice - Introduction to Key Concepts 
Brisbane - Thursday, 31st October

Considered by some as the necessary link between science and practice, the field of Implementation Sciences addresses the factors that influence the delivery of quality services. Implementation Sciences reminds us that the development of evidence-based practices (as informed by Prevention Science) is not enough to ensure good outcomes. Indeed implementation matters! However, for a number of reasons many evidence-based programs are not implemented well. Understanding implementation, is therefore vital to the development, successful use and upscaling of evidence-based programs. Concepts such as, theory of change or program logic, fidelity, adaptation and measuring implementation are all important to Implementation Sciences. This one-day workshop will explore these, and other core concepts related to Implementation Sciences. Opportunity to apply these concepts to your practice and how it relates to systems change will be provided throughout the day. 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.

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.

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.

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.

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 to be kept updated on Conference news and be notified when registrations open.

Visit our Events page for further opportunities in the sector.

National Policy and Research Manager - CREATE Foundation

CREATE is seeking a full time National Policy and Research Manager based in Spring Hill, Brisbane. This is a leadership role within the organisation and is responsible for leading the Influencing Stream and Committee. The role is required to be involved in providing input into the strategic direction of the organisation and has shared responsibility for implementing the Strategic and Operational Plans. Find out more and apply. Applications close Thursday, 17th October

Men's DV Offender Program Facilitator - Micah Projects

Micah Projects is seeking sub-contracted facilitators for the delivery of the BDVS Men’s Domestic Violence Offender Program. Facilitators must possess a Level 2 Facilitator requirement under the Professional Standards of Practice - working with men who perpetrate domestic and family violence or have the ability to obtain this requirement. Programs are held Monday afternoons and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings for three hours.  The sessions comprise an hourly rate of $60 plus 20% loading to cover sub-contractor responsibilities. Find out more and apply. Applications close Monday, 21st October.

Clinical Practice Coordinator - Centacare Family and Relationship Services

Centacare is seeking a full time, 12-month fixed term (with possibility of extension) Clinical Practice Coordinator working closely with  the Manager of Practice Governance and Research based in Fortitude Valley. The position will focus on strengthening Centacare’s focus on quality service delivery and practice, whilst ensuring those who deliver services to vulnerable members of the community receive high quality supervision, resourcing and guidance regarding best practice. The role is classified under SCHDSIA Award Level 7. Find out more and apply. Applications close Monday, 28th October.  

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

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