The South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA), a program of Monash Health, has the responsibility in the Southern and Bayside Regions of the Department of Health and Human Services for:
The provision and development of effective services to victim/survivors and associated people affected by sexual assault and family violence
The provision and development of effective services for adolescents exhibiting sexually abusive behaviours
The provision of public education and professional training on sexual assault and anti-violence issues
Social planning and processes related to reducing societal violence
These services are provided in the Southern and Bayside Metropolitan Regions that includes the south-eastern metropolitan region of Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula, the Greater Dandenong area and Cardinia and Casey Shires.
The service operates in various locations around the regions including Dandenong, Cranbourne, Pakenham, Seaford, Rosebud, Hastings, South Yarra and East Bentleigh. Crisis Care Units are located at the Clayton Campus of Monash Medical Centre and at the Multidisciplinary Centre in Dandenong South.
About the role
In this critical leadership role you will work collaboratively with a dedicated group of people, to lead the development and growth of this high profile service. This is a unique opportunity to join a well-established and highly regarded service.
Leading by example, you are a natural role model and inspire your people to perform at their best.
You have highly developed capabilities in the following:
Leadership and management of inter-professional teams;
Design and implementation of innovative services;
Superior communication, influencing and interpersonal skills;
Relationship building abilities both internally and externally; and
Recognised clinical expertise.
Eligibility for membership of a relevant professional association and current AHPRA registration for registered professions are mandatory requirements for this role. Postgraduate qualifications in clinical, research, public health or leadership (or working towards) will be highly regarded.
This is a unique opportunity to shape and lead the continued growth of the largest Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) in the state, and we’re confident that you’ll be inspired to contribute every day.
Our public health status enables you to benefit from salary packaging options that can significantly increase your take home pay, and you'll enjoy subsidised car parking and access to an on site gym.
Things you need to know
Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. Any offer of employment will be confirmed on the successful outcome of a Police Check and Working with Children’s Check and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted in this instance.
How to Apply
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Elizabeth Scutt - Director Allied Health, Monash Children's and Mental Health ph: 0418 810 748