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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 or call us on 03 9487 4500.

Current vacancies

Statewide Coordinator – Specialist Family Violence capacity building program in Mental Health & Alcohol and Other Drugs

Position Description: Statewide Coordinator

No to Violence (NTV) provides statewide coordination for the Specialist Family Violence Advisor (SFVA) Capacity Building Program in Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Services. To acquit recommendations 98 and 99 of the Royal Commission into Family Violence, the SFVA roles are embedded in area mental health services and AOD agencies across Victoria and meet five responsibilities: 1) build family violence capacity and capability, 2) support collaboration, 3) provide secondary consultation, 4) support Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) alignment and embedding, and 5) engage with state-wide SFVA activity. 

The State-wide Coordinator serves as the program representative and central contact. They facilitate SFVA peer connection and development and program coordination and reporting. The role is responsible for providing the SFVAs with advice and coaching, engaging with key stakeholders to share program learnings, including identified gaps and barriers, and collaboratively developing solutions and resources. 

Key components of the role include facilitating a monthly Community of Practice, creating opportunities for novice and experienced SFVAs to collaborate through special interest groups, delivering program inductions and exit interviews, maintaining the program’s contact list and resource library, reporting to the State-wide Steering Committee, and hosting an online platform – Basecamp – to serve as the program’s communication and document sharing hub. 

To apply please visit our job ad on Seek or Ethical Jobs and submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter outlining your relevant experience aligned to the Key Role Responsibilities and Mandatory Requirements.

Closing date for applications is Friday 24 September 2021.

 Membership and Engagement Officer

 Position Description: Membership and Engagement Officer

We are looking for an enthusiastic Membership and Engagement Officer with experience in the family violence sector to join our growing organisation.

This role will support the implementation of the NTV Membership Strategy to support existing members and grow NTV membership across Australia.  The role will contribute to the ongoing development and maintenance of a new client relationship management system,.

The Membership and Engagement Officer will work closely with our communications team to create materials that will appeal to our members.

An understanding of the family violence sector is essential in order to support conversations with our members and feedback information to the relevant teams within the organisation.

This role will sit within our Sector Development team however will work with staff across the organisation and contribute to organisational culture and activities, as well as working to help all staff understand and demonstrate belief in men changing their violent behaviour and the positive impacts of No to Violence’s work.

To apply please visit our job ad on Seek or Ethical Jobs submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter (no longer than 1 page) outlining your relevant experience aligned to the Key Role Responsibilities and Mandatory Requirements.

Closing date for applications is 17 September 2021.

Training Practitioner

Position Description: Training Practitioner

The workforce development team at No To Violence are looking to add to our casual pool of amazing trainers delivering high-quality family violence training across Australia. You will be delivering non-accredited training packages to the human services sector and making a significant difference to the skills and knowledge base for practitioners and workers across Australia.

Our high quality learning programs deliver evidence based knowledge and practical skills to support all sectors who encounter and work with men using family violence. Our learning programs are attuned to participant learning styles with a range of teaching tools embedded in each program to assist a dynamic and interactive process between trainer and participant. All our trainers are trained in the No To Violence training delivery model which engages participants in an integrated learning process that has been successful in providing our participants with an enriching learning experience

Experience in the specialist family violence sector is desirable in this role, in particular experience working with men who use violence against women and children.

At present the majority of our training is delivered online, as such these positions are open to candidates from across Australia. However, in future there may be face to face training opportunities which would require regional and interstate travel.

We require someone with technological capabilities, with experience in delivering training online, in particular with utilising Zoom functionality such as chat and breakout functions.

To apply please visit our job ad on Seek or Ethical Jobs and submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter outlining your relevant experience aligned to the Key Role Responsibilities and Mandatory Requirements.

Closing date for applications is Friday 24 September 2021.

Finance Officer

Position Description: Finance Officer

We are looking for a skilled Finance Officer who is excited to be part of a dynamic Finance team of a growing organisation. This person is committed to provide high quality finance support with a strong focus on delivering to stakeholder requirements both internal and external. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years bookkeeping experience together with an understanding of best practice bookkeeping and GST law.

This is a newly created role and will be responsible for all bookkeeping functions and requires a high level of attention to detail to ensure accurate data entry. Maintaining and updating the General Ledger and assisting with all stakeholder queries relating to general ledger entries and transactions will be part of the role. Other responsibilities will include involvement in the annual external audit and grant funding acquittal queries.

The successful candidate will have strong communication skills, both verbal and written, to allow them to respond to queries and communicate effectively within their own team, the wider organisation and other stakeholders where required. We are looking for someone who has initiative and a focus on continuous improvement of ongoing processes. 

Experience in use of accounting software, such as Quickbooks, is essential. As is high proficiency in use of the standard Microsoft Office suite.

This role is a part time (0.8EFT) role, with working conditions to be agreed with the hiring manager upon appointment.

To apply please visit our job ad on Seek and submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter (no longer than 1 page) outlining your relevant experience aligned to the Key Role Responsibilities and Mandatory Requirements.

Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.

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.

Pre-employment checks

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).

Minimum mandatory qualification requirements for specialist family violence response practitioners

In line with Recommendation 209 of the Royal Commission into Family Violence, No to Violence require applicants for specialist family violence response practitioners roles to complete the Minimum Qualifications Pathways and Equivalency Self-Assessment form and attach this with their application.

In this form, Candidates will demonstrate that they;

  • are considered EXEMPT under the policy


  • hold a Bachelor of Social Work or other equivalent qualification


  • have minimum 5 years relevant professional experience, OR a related qualification as per the mandatory minimum qualification requirements.


  • hold significant cultural knowledge and experience or lived experience, and have faced barriers to educational pathways

Please note that candidates wishing to enter the specialist family violence workforce via a related qualification or 5 years related professional experience pathway, OR the significant cultural knowledge and experience or lived experience pathways will be required to work towards an equivalent qualification within specified timeframes (as per the mandatory minimum qualifications policy). If you believe these pathways may apply to you and would like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact to discuss this further.

If you have significant cultural knowledge and experience or lived experience and have faced significant barriers to education, and would like to enter via this pathway, this can be outlined in your cover letter or CV. Please note that candidates are not required to disclose lived or cultural experiences unless they are applying for this role through the above pathway.

Candidates may be asked to provide or discuss further evidence in the interview, relating to the above requirements.