• Central Coast location
  • Part time position
  • Attractive salary packaging options


Join CatholicCare’s Staying Home Leaving Violence team, recognised for providing domestic violence specialist support services on the Central Coast.

Join our vibrant faith based agency providing innovative social care services to 30,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the Central Coast.

The Central Coast Family Centre is an integrated family centre model providing a range of community based social care programs including family and parenting services, counselling and mediation, relationship education, specialist domestic violence support, young parents homelessness program, emergency relief, hospital chaplaincy and Mary Macs place at Woy Woy.  Reporting to the Staying Home Leaving Violence Team leader (SHLV) the SHLV Worker’s responsibilities include:

  • Providing effective, flexible and high quality case management and advocacy to clients of the SHLV service.
  • Comply with all government and CatholicCare reporting requirements and program reviews.
  • Actively engage and network with a complex range of external stakeholders.
  • Work as part of a team to ensure a comprehensive and seamless service to clients.


The successful candidate will possess minimum Diploma level qualifications in Community Services and demonstrate significant experience in domestic violence specialist work.

We encourage and welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


CatholicCare offers a range of initiatives to actively promote the life/work balance and development of our employees through:

  • Assistance with the development and review of plans to support your well-being;
  • Access to inhouse and external training and learning opportunities;
  • An Employee Assistance Program offering free and confidential counselling and support;
  • Salary packaging benefits to receive up to $15,900 of your salary tax-free, as well as additional meal and entertainment benefits.

Holding a current Working with Children Check and completing a National Criminal History Record Check clearance are requirements of this position.


Send your CV and letter outlining your suitability for the role to Kathy Godfrey – phone 02 4311 1612

Closing Date:  29 March 2018

Please note that applications will be assessed as they are received.

CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation – all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.