DFSV Clinical Educator – Central Australian Women’s Legal Service – Alice Springs NT

CAWLS is seeking a self-motivated candidate to work with the Education and Policy Manager for the overall success of the implementation of the NT Health Clinical Guidelines, fulfilling obligations pursuant to funding agreements and ensuring the service is compliant with all regulatory requirements. To be successful in this position, you will have:

  • A bachelor degree in a relevant health discipline/social services or law and/or substantial experience operating within the DFSV sector
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAA40104 or TAE40110) or equivalent,  and/or degree
  • Postgraduate experience in providing contemporary advanced clinical services responding to domestic, family and sexual violence and demonstrated comprehensive understanding of culturally safe practice
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, develop, implement and evaluate clinical education and training activities and an understanding of the dynamics of domestic, family and sexual violence as it affects women and children

How to apply

The application should include a cover letter to address the selection criteria, a detailed resume/CV and two referees. Submit your application via email to recruitment@cawls.com.au. The successful candidate must have a current NT Driver’s License, NT Ochre Card and criminal history check (or the ability to obtain them).