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Careers at DVConnect

 

Join the team

Join a passionate workforce whose careers are driven to support families experiencing domestic violence and to inform and educate people about their options. Our team of counsellors, Crisis Support Workers and administration workers are driven by the core belief that all people have the right to feel safe and respected. Be a part of a team that strives to collaborate and enable seamless pathways from violence to safety and beyond.

Why work with us?

DVConnect is the leading state-wide crisis response service that operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week to meet the safety needs of those living with domestic and family violence anywhere in Queensland, including remote areas of the mainland and the Torres Strait Islands. DVConnect’s Vision is to see All relationships free from Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence and our mission is to enable the seamless passage from violence to safety and beyond. We provide a frontline holistic service response to women, men and families through our critical telephone crisis support services and we have recently expanded our services, entering into a new contract partnering with 1800RESPECT and a newly formed panel of specialist providers.

 

 

Our Values

  • Respect
  • Safety
  • Equality
  • Accountability
  • Empowerment

 

Training & support for staff

We support all new starters with Induction Training within each department. In addition, there are ongoing training opportunities and employment pathways for staff members.

 

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Careers DVConnect

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Jobs available: We are hiring

Specialist Trauma Counsellor (1800RESPECT)

Crisis Intervention Counsellor

There are no current vacancies in this role however we will consider applications as positions become available.

We need your support.

With your donation we can:

  • Provide more emergency transport and accommodation to those escaping violence.
  • Provide more temporary accommodation for pets whose families have escaped domestic violence, until they set up a permanent home.
  • Provide more specialist counselling to those who have experienced domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
  • Educate the community about how we can help them, or someone they love, escape a domestically abusive relationship.