Child wellbeing, Aboriginal and family violence practitioners interested in working at in Ballarat can find out more about vacancies at two information sessions being held in Ballarat CBD on Wednesday 9 October.
The information sessions are being organised by 3 partner service agencies in The Orange Door in Ballarat:
- Berry Street
- Child & Family Services Ballarat
- Ballarat & District Aboriginal Co-Operative
At the information sessions, practitioners will have the opportunity to hear from all the agency partners who will be part of The Orange Door, as well as hear from some current practitioners and ask questions.
The partner agencies will be taking expressions of interest at the information sessions.
The Orange Door also works to address the risks posed by perpetrators of violence.
Last year, The Orange Door opened in Barwon, Bayside Peninsula, Inner Gippsland, Mallee and North Eastern Melbourne.
The information sessions will be held:
3pm and 7pm, Wednesday 9 October
Ballarat & District Aboriginal Co-Operative office, 5 Market Street, Ballarat.
There is no need to RSVP, you can just turn up to either of the information sessions.
Download the session flyer
Watch this short video of workers at The Orange Door in Barwon and Mallee sharing their stories about how the new service is helping to keep people experiencing family violence safer.
Watch this short film from Berry Street to find out more about the roles that will be available at The Orange Door in Ballarat.
Reviewed 03 October 2019