A unique opportunity to be part of a world-first service model.
As our next Integrated Practice Lead, you will implement strategies to ensure the Orange Door meets the needs of children, young people, and families accessing our services. Your guidance and support will ensure our team of Practitioners are empowered to change the lives of vulnerable clients every day.
In this role, you’ll drive a collaborative, integrated approach to service delivery, especially in cases that require a multidisciplinary response. You’ll provide guidance and leadership to the Orange Door team, helping to ensure that our clients receive the very best care and support possible.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
- Leading integrated practice and facilitating decision-making within the service
- Providing specialist and advanced practice leadership and support
- Delivering and participating in supervision, support, and reflective practice, as negotiated with Line Manager
- Providing mentoring, support and consultation to program staff to promote advantaged thinking practices
What You’ll Bring to the Team:
To be considered for this role, you should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related discipline. Prior demonstrated experience in leading a practice within a complex service delivery context will be essential to be considered.Critical to your continued success at Brophy will be your ability to drive cultural change and foster an environment that encourages collaboration across departments. Your highly developed communication and interpersonal skills will see you in good stead to forge positive relationships with a range of stakeholders and other agencies in the community, which will be critical to the success of our multi-agency approach to service delivery.
In addition to a competitive Level 7 SCHADS salary of $94,914 – $100,046 per annum + superannuation, you will receive a range of generous benefits, including:
- Relocation assistance to help you make this vibrant regional community your new home
- Ongoing professional development and learning opportunities, so you can continue to broaden your horizons during your time with us
- Continuous supervision and mentorship
- Additional leave entitlements, including 11 wellbeing days per annum
About the Orange Door
A key recommendation of the Royal Commission into Family Violence was to establish a network of Support and Safety Hubs across Victoria. This was to provide a new way for women, children and young people experiencing family violence and families who need assistance with the care and wellbeing of children to access the service they need to be safe and supported. The Orange Door Initiative was implemented across Victoria as the intake point for Family Violence and Child Wellbeing issues. The safety of victim-survivors is the Orange Door’s first priority. The hub will also help to maintain a focus on perpetrators, so the risk they pose can be assessed and they are held to account for their behaviour.
Brophy works closely with the Orange Door to build the capacity of vulnerable families and individuals to enable them to self-manage and be the best they can be through referrals to many of our program areas.
To read more about the Orange Door program please click here.
For further information on ORANGE DOOR positions please contact Jenny Hand, Manager Brophy Programs (Orange Door) on 5561 8888 or via email@example.com