(All fields are required)
14. Key Selection Criteria:
A recognised tertiary degree and post graduate behavioural related degree which includes:
(a) a primary focus on child development, human behaviour, family dynamics and/or impacts of trauma and,
(b) a practical component such as counselling or case work practice.
A minimum of 5 yearsâ experience conducting clinical work
15. Key Selection Criteria:
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated track record of people management with the ability to influence others, build strong teams, collaborate and partner with others
16. Key Selection Criteria:
Demonstrates an understanding of the legislative, policy, and practice requirements relating to Aboriginal children, families, and communities impacted by family violence and is able to apply these skills in practice and decision-making.
17. Key Selection Criteria:
Identifies risks to children â identifies factors that place a child at risk of abuse or neglect and articulates this risk verbally and in writing to a range of stakeholders including parent, children and other professionals.
18. Key Selection Criteria:
Significant experience as a family violence practitioner and practice leader including clinical supervision and training, equivalent to 3-5 years.
19. Key Selection Criteria:
Understands child development - Identifies normal developmental stages within a childâs life, and has an in-depth understanding of attachment and trauma theories.