Co-ordinator & Co-Facilitators, Change Em Ways

  • Full Time

Website Mens Outreach Service Aboriginal Corporation

About this Job

Roles available:

1 x Co-ordinator, Change Em Ways Communities

1 x Male Co-Facilitator, Change Em Ways Communities

1 x Female Co-Facilitator, Change Em Ways Broome

About the roles:

Exciting opportunities are now available for Family Domestic Violence (FDV) practitioners to work within our popular men’s behaviour change programs, Change Em Ways.  The three positions are based in Broome; with two requiring regular travel to specified locations in the Kimberley.  Fixed term contracts are available (minimum 12 months) with possibility of extension.

Your duties will include:

  • Co-facilitation of the CEW program, an Indigenous Men’s Behaviour Change Program (FDV)
  • Case management of clients as they progress through the program, including provision of group and individual sessions
  • Completion of risk assessments and safety plans
  • Collection of data to assist in the evaluation process, including feedback from those who use FDV, their (ex) partners and other family/community members.
  • Participating in the debriefing sessions at the end of each workshop day, and participating in regular professional supervision.
  • Liaison with other members of the Change Em Ways team, including the MOSAC Cultural Reference Group to ensure that cultural protocols are followed, and that team practice is culturally secure, in the Kimberley Indigenous context.

The Co-ordinator will be expected to take a lead role in carrying out the above duties.

Successful applicants will ideally have:

  • Experience in Family Domestic Violence (FDV) work
  • Experience in group program facilitation
  • Ability to work with Indigenous people
  • Ability to travel and work in the Kimberley including areas outside of Broome
  • Good time management, written and verbal communication skills and planning and organisation skills.

Requirements and relevant information:

  • Applicants must hold a ‘C’ class drivers’ license with no restrictions
  • Regular travel, including overnight is a requirement of two of these roles
  • Aboriginal applicants are strongly encouraged to apply

If this sounds like you, and you are interested in working for a grassroots, community focused and valued organisation, then contact Debbie Medhurst, Team Leader on or call 0418 665 094 for more details about the position or to request an application package.

Applications will be assessed on receipt and successful candidates will be contacted for interview.

Mens Outreach Service Aboriginal Corporation (MOSAC) was established in 2001 and provides programs in Indigenous men’s behavioural change FDV, primary prevention of FDV for youth, men’s health & wellbeing, a drop-in service, and life promotion /suicide prevention for children & young people in Broome and communities in the West Kimberley.

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Employer questions

Your application will include the following questions:
  • Are you available to travel for this role when required?
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?

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