No to Violence is Australia’s largest peak body for services and individuals that work with men who use family violence, and operate the Men’s Referral Service – a free, confidential counselling and referral service.
Our vision is a world which is free of men’s family violence, which deliver through supporting and advocating for the sector, providing sector and workforce development opportunities, and through working directly with men, their friends and family.
Simply put: to stop the high rates of family violence, it is essential to work with the people who are using family violence.
If you are interested in being part of the movement to ending men’s use of family violence, please keep an eye on this page for opportunities.
NTV has a strong focus on supervision and self-care to support this team of dedicated professionals. All successful applicants are provided with training and development.
If you have any questions about our current vacancies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 03 9487 4500.
Head of Services
The Head of Services will lead and manage the strategic direction of direct service delivery within the Men’s Referral Service (MRS) including Family Advocacy and Support Services (FASS), Neighbourhood Justice Centre (NJC), Perpetrator Accommodation Support Service (PASS) and the Brief Intervention Service (BIS) together with police referral programs in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. The role carries responsibility for extending, building, and improving direct service delivery to clients.
To apply, or if you have any questions, please send a cover letter and up to date resume to HR@ntv.org.au by 7 March 2021.
Practice Development Officer
This position will undertake work with organisations and individuals across the family violence sector and broader human services to help build a Web of Accountability that increases visibility of users of family violence within the system. The position will ensure work undertaken with men who use family violence is carried out competently, according to relevant jurisdictional and national practice standards.
The Practice Development Officer will influence change, build capacity and strengthen best practice by supporting the men’s family violence sector with guidance and frameworks and by creating opportunities to share learnings via communities of practice and forums. This role will work directly with MBCP providers to support recruitment and retention of staff and provide mentoring opportunities to the key staff in the sector to support the expansion of programs across Australia.
This is a 12 month full time contract until March 2022.
To apply, or if you have any questions, please send a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and up to date resume to HR@ntv.org.au by close of business Friday 12 March 2021.
Human Resources Manager
The Human Resources (HR) Manager is responsible for delivering operational HR services, solutions, and advice across all stages of the employee life cycle. This includes providing high quality, cost-effective services in employee relations, recruitment, and selection processes, performance management, remuneration review and advice, HR policies and procedures, and data in line with No to Violence’s policies, HSE, and statutory and funding body requirements.
The HR Manager is to work with their team to support the implementation of contemporary HR and Organisational Development strategies, programs, and policies to enable the delivery of No to Violence’s strategic plan. Playing a key role in contributing to the process of continuous review and improvement of people management practices, operational processes, policies, frameworks, systems, and service delivery.
To apply, or if you have any questions, please send a cover letter and up to date resume to HR@ntv.org.au by close of business Friday 5 March 2021.
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and Diversity
No to Violence is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We embrace a culture of diversity that celebrates differences in staff, clients, members and the broader community. We recognise the gendered nature of family violence and support people of all genders to carry out this vital work. We are committed to providing a safe, confidential and welcoming workplace and service for everyone, including people with a disability, people from the LGBTIQA+ community, people from First Nations communities, and those from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds.
If you are appointed to a position No to Violence will require you to undertake satisfactory pre-employment checks which may include any of the following: an employment history check (requesting disclosure of any current or prior disciplinary actions), a national police check, an international police check (if required), a Working with Children Check (if required), two reference checks from previous employers, eligibility to work in Australia checks and Visa verification, credential checks e.g. sighting/checking of any qualifications and any documentation (including proof of identity documents).