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Work at the doemstic violence resource centre

There are currently two job opportunities at DVRCV.

Prevention of Violence Against Women (PVAW) Sessional Trainer 

The Domestic Violence Resource Centre (DVRCV) is one of Victoria’s most expert sources of information and training on family violence and the prevention of violence against women. We ensure professionals recognise the different forms of family violence, understand what drives it and have the resources, information, tools and training to respond to it and prevent violence from occurring in the first place.

Trainers in our Prevention of Violence Against Women team deliver training to participants from a wide range of backgrounds and organisations across Victoria, as a sole trainer or in a co-facilitation role.

PVAW Sessional Trainers work as casual staff members to deliver DVRCV’s prevention training packages in line with DVRCV training standards and professional code of conduct. At times, sessional trainers may be asked to contribute to the development of new training packages as needed.

Further information

Read more about the role and requirements (PDF)

How to apply

Please send your CV with cover letter and a response to the skills and experience listed in the position description to mclarke@dvrcv.org.au.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your application, please contact Maryanne Clarke, on 9486 9866 or via the email address above.

Aboriginal women, women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Family Violence Trainer 

DVRCV is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and provides training for domestic/family violence units of competency from the Community Services Training package as well as nonaccredited training to meet workforce development needs from prevention to response.

DVRCV trainers have family violence practice expertise and have worked in the specialist or mainstream service system supporting women and/or children who have experienced family violence.

Family Violence Trainers are supported by DVRCV to develop accredited training skills as part of their employment with DVRCV.

Trainers are responsible for the development of new, innovative training as well as the high quality delivery and evaluation of all DVRCV’s training packages as part of the Workforce Development Team.

Further information

Read more about the role requirements (PDF)

How to apply

If you have any enquiries or for a confidential discussion please contact Felicity Rorke, Director - Workforce Development on (03) 9486 9866 or frorke@dvrcv.org.au.

To apply for the role, email an application letter along with a statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria to Felicity Rorke, Director - Workforce Development at frorke@dvrcv.org.au

Aboriginal women, women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women with disabilities are encouraged to apply.