Case Manager – Family Violence

Case Manager – Family Violence

The Wurli Community Services team aims to achieve better outcomes in the early intervention, treatment and management of mental health and other social and emotional wellbeing concerns for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. The Wurli Community Services portfolio encompasses a range of programs incorporating culturally safe and holistic intervention, education and treatment, these include:-

  • The Social and Emotional Wellbeing Program ( Mental Health)
  • Alcohol and Other Drugs Management Program
  • Strong Indigenous Families (Family and Domestic Violence)
  • Katherine Individual Support Program; and
  • Strongbala Justice Program

Wurli currently has an opportunity across our program areas for experienced Case Manager. The Case Manager is a pivotal role in the delivery of our client health and wellbeing services and provides a professional linkage between Wurli, individuals, families and communities to establish and maintain positive relationships. The Case Manger is predominantly responsible for the delivery of client assessment and the development and ongoing monitoring of client case /care plans. In addition to this the Case Manager must ensure that the program provides holistic, person centered and culturally appropriate case management, education advocacy and therapeutic services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and groups in accordance with the requirements of the program specific funding agreement.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate:-

  • Relevant qualifications and / or experience (Such as a Certificate IV in Community Services /AOD / Mental Health or equivalent other relevant  qualification or experience)
  • Minimum of two years case management experience, preferably in one of our key areas of service deliver such as justice support / mental health / families and children
  • Experience in a variety of interventions and a desire to consider developing their skills in order to provide additional therapeutic / counselling services
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander societies and culture, including issues affecting communities
  • Current National Police Records Check and Working with Children’s Clearance
  • Current Northern Territory Driver’s License

Wurli Wurlinjang Health Service offers a supportive and team orientated work environment. In return for your commitment and dedication to our clients and our service you will receive an attractive base salary (negotiable based on your experience and qualifications) plus superannuation.

Additional benefits include:

  • Salary sacrificing options;
  • Six Weeks Annual Leave
  • Fifteen days Personal / Sick Leave
  • One week special leave

For further details regarding this position please refer to the Position Profile_ Case Manager (Community Services _ Generic)

Applications for this opportunity can be submitted online or to .  Please ensure your application includes:-

  • a completed online Employment Application Form
  • current resume of curriculum vitae (cv)
  • cover letter / email which provides a clear and concise overview of your ability to meet the key requirements of the role (prerequisites, qualifications / experience and competencies
  • Current National Police Certificate (not less than 3 months old from date of issue)

If you have any queries regarding this position please contact a member of the Human Resource team on 8972 9195.

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