Domestic & Family Violence Project Officer

CBD & Inner Suburbs
Community Services & Development
Child Welfare, Youth & Family Services
Part time
Posted 19d ago

About Us

The Anglican Church Southern Queensland (Diocese of Brisbane) is based in Brisbane. The Diocese stretches from the south-eastern coastline of Queensland, south to the New South Wales border, and west to the Northern Territory and South Australian borders. The diocesan bishop's seat is St John's Cathedral, Brisbane. The current Archbishop  of Brisbane is The Most Reverend Dr Phillip Aspinall AC. 

The Diocese includes 133 parishes, 14 Anglican Schools and six affiliated independent Anglican Schools, 18 early care services and Anglicare Southern Queensland which provides a range of aged care, foster care and mental wellbeing services.

The Opportunity

The Domestic & Family Violence Project (DFVP) officer will work with the DFVP Working Group to lead the realisation of ACSQ’s commitment to prevent domestic & family violence ‘Ten Commitments for Preventing and Responding to Domestic and Family Violence’ adopted by ACSQ Synod (2022).

Your responsibilities will include strategy, policy and resource development, awareness raising, and liaising with Parishes, Anglican Schools and the wider ACSQ community. 

About You

This is an excellent opportunity for candidates with a background in program, policy development and implementation. You will bring demonstrated understanding of the policy and service delivery environment including strengths in engaging, communicating and positively managing relationships with a diverse range stakeholders.

Ideally, you will hold relevant tertiary qualification in health promotion, social or political science, gender studies, theology, community development, education and training, or similar

Sound interesting?

We would love to hear from you. Please submit a cover letter, resume and response to the key skills and experience outlined in the Position Description.

This is a part time, fixed term position (23 hours per week, through to December 2023).

Applications close on 7 July 2022 at 5.00pm.


How to Apply

Applications should include a full Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter which addresses the selection criteria.

Please email your application to by 5.00pm on 7 July 2022

Employer questions

Your application will include the following questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment?
  • Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?
  • Are you available to travel for this role when required?

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