Full time 38 hours per week
$36.37 per hour
Closing date: 1st July 2019
The key selection criteria must be addressed for applications to be accepted
The Orange Door Aboriginal Practitioner will work as a part of a multi disciplinary team of practitioners to deliver high quality, safe and effective responses to Victorian women, children and families seeking support and safety through the Hub and keep the perpetrator in view. The Hub Practitioner will report to the Hub Team Leader on a day to day basis with formal line management and supervision provided by RDAC. They will also receive support and guidance from the Hub Practice Leader.
This position as does the Hub concept support Aboriginal self-determination is a guiding principal and aims to
- Ensure access to support services that meet the needs of Aboriginal community members
- Ensure that the Hubs are culturally safe for Aboriginal people
- Engage Aboriginal communities and services, including IFVRAGs, at all stages of the continuing state-wide and local Hubs co-design process
- Ensure that Aboriginal people can choose to access culturally safe support through the Hub or receive services through an Aboriginal service
- A partnership approach between Hubs and Aboriginal services in working together to support Aboriginal people and families
- Learn from the expertise of Aboriginal services including their whole of family approach (working with women, children and men) and their wisdom around embedding cultural safety.