Employment

Employment Opportunities

Domestic & Family Violence Specialist Worker (Aboriginal Focus)

The Coffs Clarence Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service provides services and support to women experiencing domestic violence. We provide services to Bellingen, Coffs Harbour, Grafton and Maclean Courts.

We are seeking to employ a Women’s Domestic Violence Specialist Worker on a fixed term contract for 35 hours to work from our offices in Coffs Harbour and Grafton. A Job share arrangement will also be considered if a full-time position is not suitable for you.

The DFV Specialist Worker (Aboriginal Focus) exercises a high degree of autonomy and provides high-level advice regarding how to ensure the WDVCAS is relevant, accessible and responsive to Aboriginal women and their children.

Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification. An Aboriginal person is defined under section 4 (1) of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW) as a person who:

(a) is a member of the Aboriginal race of Australia, and

(b) identifies as an Aboriginal person, and

(c)is accepted by the Aboriginal community as an Aboriginal person.

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

Information pack with guidelines for the applications, essential criteria and a position description is available here:

Applications must be received by 4pm Wednesday the 10th March 2021, and successful applicants must be available for an interview on Wednesday the 17thMarch 2021.

This service is funded by Legal Aid NSW.


Women’s Domestic and Family Violence Specialist Worker – Casual

The Coffs Clarence Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service provides services and support to women experiencing domestic violence. We provide services to Bellingen, Coffs Harbour, Grafton and Maclean Courts.

We are seeking to employ a Women’s Domestic Violence Specialist Worker on a casual basis to work from our offices in Coffs Harbour and Grafton.

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

Information pack with guidelines for the applications, essential criteria and a position description is available here:

Applications must be received by 4pm Wednesday 10th March 2021 and successful applicants must be available for an interview on Wednesday the 17th March 2021.

This service is funded by Legal Aid NSW.