Applications close:
May 22, 2024 9:00 am
Contact (please send queries to):

Page Williams, Manager Family Violence - Inner Gippsland 243 455
Supporting Recovery Practitioner (Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence)
Supporting Recovery Practitioner (Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence) (0.8EFT), located in Warragul & Morwell
About Quantum Support Services:

Established in 1987 we are Industry Leaders striving to provide services to positively improve lives within the Gippsland community. Quantum is a child safe organisation who believes the celebration of diversity makes us and the community stronger.  We are committed to embracing everyone’s individual differences so that we can help create a strong workplace and community that is empowered to reach its potential.

About the role:


Work Life-Balance – Salary packaging | Flexi time |Parental Leave

Wellbeing – Employee Assistance Program | Wellbeing Program |Wellbeing Days

Culture – Supportive| Respectful |Inclusive |Diverse | Empowering | Collaborative


NEW ROLE! Join our multi-disciplinary team to deliver high quality, effective responses and recovery options for adult and child victim survivors.


THE ROLE – We are looking for people who can provide Specialist Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence support for victim survivors in the following areas:

Provide for long term trauma informed service delivery to victim survivors in the community.

Provide Comprehensive Risk Assessments and Safety Plans for all victim survivors.

Work with other agencies and government services in maintaining an effective and responsive service.

Assist all victim survivors to identify their own needs and prepare recovery plans.

Provide support for mental health healing and recovery and trauma informed


Employee Benefits and Skills & Experience:

BENEFITS – What Quantum offer –

Location – Based in Warragul & Morwell

Job Security – 2 x 0.8EFT (30.4 hrs P/W) Fixed Term to 30 June 2025

Salary – SCHADS Award Level 5 | Pro rata based on annual rate of$93,860 P/A|+ Superannuation | Annual indexation | Portable long service leave | Leave opportunities.

Mobile phone and resources applicable to the role.

Personal Growth | Training & professional development | Supervision & support

Promotional opportunities within the Organisation.


THE IDEAL CANDIDATE – what you will bring. –

Demonstrated experience in implementing trauma informed approaches to practice.

Proven ability to work with victim survivors who maybe experiencing mental health challenges due to Family, Domestic and Sexual violence.

Demonstrated ability to conduct comprehensive risk, safety, and wellbeing assessments.

Demonstrated understanding of assessment and therapeutic interventions.

Valid Victorian Driver’s Licence |Working with Children Check |Police Check

*Minimum of bachelor’s in social work, or equivalent as per Family Safety Victoria minimum qualifications. *Family Safety Victoria‘s Minimum Mandatory Qualifications Requirements were introduced on 1st July, 2021 and further details are available at

How to apply:

To review the Position Description please refer to our website at

To apply please submit a detailed cover letter with your current Resume and 3 referees to click on the “Apply now” button and follow the prompts!

For further information in relation to this opportunity please contact Page Williams on 1800 243 455

Applications will be considered for progression to interview, as and when they are received.