Darwin Part-time, Fixed Term $96,969 - $101,250 pro rata + Salary PackagingAbout Relationships Australia Northern TerritoryRelationships Australia Northern Territory (RA-NT) is a community-based, not-for-profit, non-government organisation providing a broad range of services, which are for all members of the community regardless of religion, belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background, or economic circumstances. We offer a range of career opportunities in a diverse range of fields such as individual, couple and family counselling, Employee Assistance Programs, mental health, disability, children and young people, domestic violence, elder abuse, Redress support, and other Specialised Support services.We provide great benefits, includingCompetitive Salary Packaging (up to $15,899 for tax free benefits and $2,650 per annum for entertainment benefits which increase take home pay). $3000 Professional Development allowance and 10 days study leave, pro rata. 5 weeks Annual Leave with leave loading + 3 days extra leave between Christmas and New Year, pro rata.EAP for employees and family members. $500 Wellbeing Allowance + 1 Wellness Day off, per person, per financial year. Relocation support of $4000 + additional relocation assistance available, conditions apply. Positive workplace culture and Cultural Fitness training. About the RoleYou will provide leadership in the development, effective coordination, and facilitation of the Healing Our Children (HOC) program. HOC being an early intervention six session group program for Aboriginal women, which aims to prevent trauma in young children under 3 years of age and provide opportunities for healing and repairing relationships for women and children experiencing violence and abuse.You will undertake service design principles, oversee protocols, general administrative duties and promote Relationships Australia NT’s services in the wider community.You will support, mentor and coordinate up to two other Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander group facilitators' and together deliver the Healing Our Children group program in urban and remote locations in the Top End.We believe relationships matter, and the wellbeing of clients and staff is at the heart of all we do. We provide a positive work culture, and a diverse and inclusive environment. Our people matter to us, and we are committed to supporting them and their wellbeing. Join us, and discover the beauty, diversity and uniqueness of Darwin and the Top End. About YouQualification in Social Work, Psychology, Counselling or another relevant field.Demonstrated experience as a Coordinator within in the Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) field.  Demonstrated experience working therapeutically with women, children, or families in a professional setting.Proven experience in the facilitation of group programs.Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the long-term impacts of trauma including violence, abuse and neglect on children and family functioning.Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed practice including theories of child development, trauma theory and attachment theory.Demonstrated knowledge of the issues affecting women and children in Aboriginal communities and a capacity to respond to their emotional, physical and spiritual needs.Experience in mentoring and supervising Aboriginal staff and leading a small team.Ability to undertake professional and community liaison, networking, in partnership with internal and external stakeholders, the community, service providers and government agencies.Ability to work independently and as part of a team to achieve direct outcomes. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Capacity and willingness to travel to Remote Locations (e.g., Tiwi Islands).  RequirementsA satisfactory Northern Territory working with children checkA satisfactory national criminal history checkA commitment to our Safeguarding Children Practice and Behaviour GuidelinesApplications will be processed as received and only successful candidates will be contacted. To discuss this position further please contact Belinda Emmerson-Whyte on 08 8923 4999.Relationships Australia NT encourages applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures – including Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples, CALD, the LGBTQI+ community and people living with disability. We are happy to adjust our recruitment process to support your accessibility needs.For Position Description Click Here 96969 AUD Darwin 0800