A community free from family violence, where everyone feels safe.
Working at EDVOS
We are a skilled, passionate and sensitive team committed to a community free from family violence, where everyone feels safe. If you are interested in becoming part of EDVOS, please check this page regularly as all positions will be advertised here.
See below any positions currently available at EDVOS. For full position description and details on how to apply, click on the relevant button to download PDF document.
Job Title: Specialist Family Violence Advocate
Employment Type: 12 month fixed term contract
Hours: Full time, 38 hours per week
Closing date: COB Monday July 1st 2019
Description: We are inviting applications from suitably qualified and dedicated professionals to the position of Specialist Family Violence Advocate, Intensive Case Management. The Intensive Case Management team provides medium to long term support for women and children experiencing complex challenges as a result of family violence including supporting women and children referred to the Eastern Risk Assessment Management Panel (RAMP). These roles may be undertaken within the office environment or outreach and co-location settings.
For further information regarding the positions please contact Kym Merriman on 9259 4200. Applications including cover letter, CV and a separate document addressing the key selection criteria (as outlined in the PD) should be forwarded to email@example.com using the subject line: Specialist Family Violence Advocate – ICM by COB Monday July 1st 2019
Volunteer with us
Volunteers significantly help EDVOS to deliver much-needed services. If you or someone you know has spare time, why not consider volunteering?
We welcome help with a range of tasks including database maintenance, data entry, reception and general administration. Or, you could help to organise our enormous stock of donated toys! There’s also an opportunity to help out with our client intake processes.
All roles will be well-supervised and volunteers will receive appropriate training. If you share our values and believe in the right of women and children to live free of violence, we encourage you to contact us.
Volunteering is a rewarding way to connect with the local community and your help will provide invaluable support to women and children in need.
Become a member
We welcome women that live, work or study in the eastern metropolitan region to become an EDVOS member. Active participation contributes directly EDVOS’ work for women and children in the eastern metropolitan region.
Membership entitles women to participate in General Meetings and nominate for positions on the Board.
The Membership elects a Board of Governance at the Annual General Meeting. The Board governs EDVOS and appoints the Chief Executive Officer.
Membership is renewed annually. A copy of the EDVOS Constitution is available upon request/membership.