Working at Road Trauma Support Services Victoria offers flexibility, professional development and the opportunity to be a part of a unique organisation in Victoria. Benefits of working at Road Trauma Support Services Victoria include generous NFP salary packaging options.
To apply please include a current CV with a cover letter that addresses the selection criteria detailed in the position description of the vacancy you are applying for. This document will assist the hiring manager to establish whether you have the relevant skills and experience to be successful in the role. In addressing the selection criteria, please provide information in relation to your work history, qualifications, knowledge, skills and experience which is directly related to each selection criterion.
Selections to positions within RTSSV are based on values of appointment on merit and the provision of equal employment opportunity.
Group Facilitators – casual
Road Trauma Support Services Victoria is looking for experienced group facilitators who can work with traffic offenders where participants are diverse in their demographics and offending behaviour. Currently, we need facilitators to deliver programs in the Melton, Narre Warren, Frankston, Dandenong and Bairnsdale areas.
About the role:
As the work is casual and mostly after hours this can be done on top of current work. We offer a range of different programs for different groups of traffic offenders.
These positions require people to be skilled and have experience working in groups with mandated participants. As these programs are brief interventions, group facilitators need to be able to create a safe space quickly to allow participants to openly share their offending behaviour and to work on ways to prevent reoffending.
The traffic offender programs aim to bring about attitude and behavioural change and reduce recidivism. They are based on restorative justice principles and employ a cognitive behavioural approach using both volunteer speakers with personal experiences of trauma as well as presenters from the emergency services.
The program aims are to:
• Confront and evaluate participant belief systems regarding traffic-related offending
• Bring about a shift from blame to choice
• Assist participants in identifying and managing precursors to offending
• Provide peer discussion and problem-solving
• Provide reality-based learning using volunteer/paramedic presentation
How to apply:
Applicants must address the key accountabilities, meet the capabilities framework, have a recent CV and have sent their application to Chris Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 19 April 2018.
If you have further enquiries please call Chris on 03 8877 6909.