Coordinator Family Law Services – West Kimberley

  • Full Time

Website Anglicare WA

About this Job

  • Join a values driven, life friendly organisation – flexible work options available
  • Full time (37.5 hours per week) permanent contract
  • Significant leadership role leading our family law services team
  • Develop your career and have real impact in Kimberley communities


Reach further with us!

Working in the stunning Kimberley region of Western Australia comes with a range of great experiences and challenges beyond what you might experience elsewhere.  You will gain career changing skills and experience and nurture relationships with local communities while embracing the unexpected, as every day will be different.

The Kimberley Family Relationships Centre offers a range of programs that aim to assist separated parents and their children to transition to a new family situation.  We provide services to strengthen family relationships where separation is being considered, as well as a person centred, trauma informed service to families who have separated.  Services span relationships, parenting arrangements and property mediation.

As the Coordinator Family Law Services, you will lead and inspire our family law services team based across the Kimberley region.  As a skilled Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner, you will provide clinical supervision to staff to support them to grow and develop their practice.  You will hold a small case load of complex clients to ensure you continue to develop your own practice.  You will have oversight and responsibility for the quality of service we provide, will proactively respond to client complaints and will appropriately respond to and manage risk.

You will have a commitment to staying abreast of professional trends in family dispute resolution and therapeutic interventions and will be an active contributor to the development and review of policies, procedures and the continuous improvement of our service.

You will draw on your interpersonal skills to develop and maintain relationships within the organisation and externally with stakeholders and the community.  You will be experienced and passionate about the provision of a service that is culturally appropriate and holds the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people central in all we do.  You will embrace a child safety culture, ensuring safe environments where children and young people are respected, valued and protected from abuse and harm.

This is a permanent, full time (37.5 hours per week) leadership opportunity based in Broome Western Australia.


What you will bring

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Tertiary degree in Social Work, Psychology or in a related discipline with significant post qualification experience
  • Post graduate qualification in Family Dispute Resolution
  • Demonstrated experience leading teams and providing clinical supervision
  • Skills to build effective relationships with a range of stakeholders, especially Aboriginal people, including ability to communicate sensitively and effectively
  • Knowledge and application of current theory and practice in relation to Family Law matters with individuals, families and children
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant legislation relating to family law, child protection, VRO’s and family and domestic violence

The successful candidate must possess a current National Police Clearance valid within one year, WA Working with Children Card and a WA Drivers Licence.

Impact and benefits

Sharing your knowledge, skills and experience, you will make an impact to the lives of families and communities across the Kimberley.

In return for your drive and commitment, we provide the support of an inclusive and welcoming community which places people at the heart of all the work we do and encourages broad thinking, curiosity, creativity and best practice.


  • $120,384 full time salary (includes 10% remote allowance) + 11% superannuation.
  • Generous weekly rent subsidy of up to $350/week (T’s & C’s apply)
  • Generous tax-free salary packaging benefits up to $15,900 annually
  • Additional 1 weeks leave after 12 months service
  • Access to purchase leave
  • Flexible working conditions to allow you to balance the needs of work and life!

Why join us?

At Anglicare WA we are all about people, placing people at the heart of our work.  We are focused on strengths, believing in and amplifying the strength of people and communities.  We are fiercely inclusive, making sure everyone can belong. As trusted partners we are curious and creative, always looking for new ways to do better.  We are courageous and gutsy, tackling difficult issues, even when it’s hard.

But don’t take our word for it!  Here is what our people think:

  • “Anglicare WA has a culture which celebrates people, the communities we work for and works in innovative ways with leadership who are connected with the work, everyone feels comfortable to be their unique selves here.”
  • “Anglicare WA is really great at living and breathing our values everyday across the organisation, celebrating the diversity within our workforce, doing things differently, constantly trying to break down barriers for clients and families, making new employees feel welcome, great communication!”
  • “Anglicare WA supports flexible working (incl WFH).   As a single parent my leaders have always been approachable and understanding. I really appreciate being part of an organisation that respects my responsibilities as a parent.”

Apply Now!

To apply, please click on the apply button and follow the prompts.

For further information please contact Francesca Quayle, Service Manager, Broome on 0455 441 818.

Shortlisting will commence immediately.  If this role sounds like you apply now!    

Child Safe: Anglicare WA is committed to providing safe environments where children and young people feel valued, respected and are protected from abuse and harm.

Inclusive: We actively promote a working environment that values diversity and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQ+ and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.

Unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

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