Assistant Manager (WDVCAS)

Location: Regional NSW
Area: Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter
Worktype: Full Time
Salary: $95,000 - $107,000 per annum

Our Client is currently recruiting for an experienced Assistant Manager who specialises in Domestic and Family Violence (Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services) to join their team based in Maitland NSW.
This role will involve;

  • Supporting the Program Manager in service delivery, and the overall administration and coordination of the WDVCAS.
  • Assisting the Program Manager in developing and administering operational policies and administrative tasks, systems and processes for the effective operation of the WDVCAS.
  • Coordinating and managing the operation of discrete areas of the WDVCAS such as list day at a particular court.
  • Coordinating projects at the request of the Program Manager, and undertaking a variety of tasks relating to the operation of the WDVCAS under the general direction of the Program Manager.
  • Analysing of relevant quantitative and qualitative data (such as demographic information from the WDVCAS service area) and implementing appropriate strategies and changes to improve service delivery, reporting of data analysis and representing the Program Manager at external meetings and forums as requested.
  • Working in collaboration with the SAM’s Coordinators, to ensure the smooth running of the DVCAS program.
The requirements for this role include;
  • Tertiary Qualification in social science or related field (minimum diploma level).
  • High level of emotional maturity including respectful and ethical behavior at all times.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the domestic violence and homelessness sector.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the dynamics, complexities and legal and social welfare consequences of domestic and family violence.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the criminal justice response to domestic and family violence including AVO applications, criminal prosecutions and related legal matters such as family law, care and protection, migration and victims compensation issues.
  • Ability to deliver services in accordance with the WDVCAP Service Agreement, the WDVCAP Policy and Procedure Manual, the SAM Manual and other operational documents.
  • High level of computer literacy and the ability to adapt quickly to new technologies.
  • Current clearance in relation to working with children and relevant NSW Police Force checks.
  • Current drivers’ license.
  • Tertiary Qualification in Management would be Desirable. 

Additional Information 
  • A number of probity checks are required including holding a current working with children and undertaking a National police checks and COVID 19 Vaccination Requirements. 
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For a confidential discussion OR to find out more about the role please call Justin Davari on 0473 669 599.

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Date Posted: 17/11/2022 06:50 PM

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