Employment

Warrina is seeking to employ:

Case Worker for the Fixed Address programme

Warrina is seeking to employ an experienced case worker in the Fixed Address Program (male or female) 21 hours a week on a 1-year fix term contract. 

The Fixed Address programme provides individual case management for men who have used domestic or family violence in their present or past relationships.  The program supports these men to seek ways to change their behaviour, and keep women and children safe in the process.  The Fixed Address Case Worker will provide intensive case management to meet the complex identified needs of these men.  The clients will work closely with the Men’s Behaviour Change program (Safer Futures)

For a full position description and information:

Information and Position Description

Applications will be assessed as they are received, and interviews offered shortly after. Applications will formally close at 4pm on the 24 August 2022, so please apply at your earliest convenience via email to

employment@warrina.org.au 

Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (WDVCAS) – Case Manager

The Coffs-Clarence WDVCAS provides services and support to women experiencing domestic violence. We provide services to Coffs Harbour, Grafton and Maclean Courts.

We are seeking to employ 2 Women’s Domestic Violence Specialist Case Managers for 32 hours per week (4 days per week).

Being a woman is a genuine occupational qualification for this position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. 

If you are interested in these exciting new positions, please submit a cover letter outlining why you would meet the requirements of the role and include your resume.

For further information and request a Position Description please email:

coordinator@nccas.org.au

Applications must be received by 12pm, Monday the 5th September 2022.

Late applications will not be considered.

Please email applications to:

coordinator@nccas.org.au

This service is funded by Legal Aid NSW.

Migrant & Refugee Family Violence Case Worker

Warrina is seeking to employ a woman from a Migrant or Refugee background, for a 4 day per week position on a fixed term contract, in the roll of Migrant & Refugee Family Violence Case-worker.

The purpose and function of this role is to provide clients, including clients from culturally diverse backgrounds, that are experiencing domestic violence, with confidential, culturally and individually sensitive services.

For a full position description or more information email to:
employment@warrina.org.au  

Warrina staff are based across three locations in Coffs Harbour .  The organisation employs approximately 30 employees, using Apple computers and mobile phones, email hosting by Google Workspace for Nonprofits.

All staff are required to work collaboratively and within a feminist framework.

Being a woman is a genuine occupational qualification for this position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. 

 

Family Advocacy Support Service (FASS) Worker

The FASS is a specialist family violence service that provides legal, emotional and social support to clients affected by family violence in the Family Law courts. The FASS comprises a partnership between Legal Aid NSW duty lawyers and social support workers. For women, The FASS are provided by the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services (WDVCAS). This is a new service for the Coffs Harbour Family Law Court Circuit.

We are seeking to employ a Family Advocacy Support Service (FASS) Worker on a permanent 35 hour per week position. In this role you will provide high quality trauma informed casework, safety planning and support to our clients. The program is targeted to support women currently engaged with the Family Court System and who are either affected by family violence or who have allegations of family violence against them.

Being a woman is a genuine occupational qualification for this position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. 

If you are interested in this exciting new position, please email coordinator@nccas.org.au for an information package.

Applications for this position close 29/08/2022