Advanced Child Protection Practitioners
Being a child protection practitioner for the Victorian Government means more than having a role in improving the future of children and their families. It’s about working with people who share a common goal and, who together, achieve positive results through all aspects of their work, every single day.
|Department:||Department of Human Services|
|Work Type:||Ongoing - full time|
|Job Function:||Community Services|
|Work Location:||VIC - various|
|Salary Range:||$71,511 - $81,137|
|Attachments:||CPP4 Advanced CPP Jan 2014.doc (Word, 206KB)|
|PD Preview:||Preview unavailable for this role|
Child Protection Practitioners
Various locations across Victoria
Imagine changing a child’s life for the better. It is possible.
As a Child Protection Practitioner with DHS you will help children who are at potential risk of neglect or abuse. We believe that establishing a safe and stable family environment for a child is fundamental to their health and happiness, and that small changes can have a real impact.
In this role, your welfare or social work qualifications will be welcomed into a supportive and hard-working team who share a common goal: making a difference. You will have the opportunity to drive your own cases and work with others, as you share your expertise and your meticulous reporting skills across the team portfolio.
This is your opportunity to not only get an excellent grounding across the entire child welfare process, dealing with a variety of complex matters from beginning to end, you will also be changing the immediate future of at risk children and their families. For the better.
Vacancies are available in various locations across Victoria.
Salary range for advanced child protection practitioners is $70,281 - $79,742.
To apply, click on 'Apply Now'. You will be directed to our child protection jobs site where you can access the job description and additional information about a career in child protection . You will need to provide your resume and academic transcripts when completing the application form.