Domestic Violence Community Worker

Employer: Welfare Rights Centre NSW
Work Type/s: Part time (3 days per week)/Temporary (Two years)
Classification/s: Community Worker, Social Worker
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: Surry Hills, Sydney, with potential to work from home

Remuneration: Grade 5 $93339.53 – $97563.18 pro rata (commensurate with qualifications and experience) as per WRC Enterprise Agreement plus annual leave, superannuation 10.5%, and access to salary sacrificing arrangements

Applications close: 9 am, Monday 7 February 2022


The Welfare Rights Centre is recruiting for a Domestic Violence Community Worker. The position is three days per week for a fixed term of two years.

Being a woman is considered a genuine occupational qualification for this position under s.31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

Your role will be to contribute to the Welfare Rights Centre’s casework practice through the provision of non-legal support services to clients who are experiencing or at risk of domestic violence, to assist with safety planning, and access to community support services. The Domestic Violence Community Worker will also work with the Centre’s solicitors in advising clients and implementing legal advice.

We’re looking for a woman who has at least 3 years’ experience working with people experiencing or at risk of domestic violence.

This is a great opportunity to join a team of committed people, and contribute to our work to enforce the rights of socially and economically disadvantaged people to income support.

Full training will be provided to the right candidate.

You will be supervised by the Principal Solicitor.

Please contact Natalie Ross on (02) 9211 5389 if you have any questions.

Domestic Violence Community Worker PD

Please email adminsupport@welfarerights.org.au the following documents:

  • Cover letter
  • Claim for position against the selection criteria
  • Your CV

Applications which do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.

Applications close by 9 am Monday 7 February 2022, with a view to interview during the week of 14 February 2022.




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About NCIE

The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) is built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. NCIE builds capabilities and  creates opportunities by delivering life-changing programs from their heritage-listed facilities in Redfern, Sydney. NCIE values are Excellence, Inclusiveness, Integrity and Growth.

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A variety of shifts are available from 6am-9pm, their Centre is open 7 days a week.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apply now, send your CV to hr@ncie.org.au – For more info visit ncie.org.au/about/our-jobs/



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Community Engagement Manager – Sydney or Newcastle

Targeted Role – Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander candidates

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Otis are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive place to work. We strongly encourage applications from women, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

How to apply

Otis are looking for self-starters with a passion for innovation and a willingness to learn! You will have a minimum of year 10 School Certificate or equivalent and have a keen interest in developing a long-term career in the within the elevator industry.  Previous experience in the elevator industry or with electrical and mechanical apprenticeships will be highly regarded.


To find out more information, or to request an application package please contact

Jamie Hardy on email:     talent@aes.org.au      or         Mobile:   0428 523 005

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