The Safer Families Centre (The University of Melbourne) is offering casual employment for GPs and primary care nurses to become GP Facilitators to deliver virtual domestic and family violence (DFV) education to primary care staff across Australia.
Your role will be to co-deliver group training (with a trained Family Violence Facilitator) to a limited number of primary care staff. You will receive support from the Safer Families team, all materials are included, and your time will be remunerated, including attendance at a Facilitator orientation training program (6-hours across 2 sessions).
We are looking for people with:
- Prior training, experience or an interest in addressing DFV or trauma informed care.
- Skills and experience in training small groups on sensitive issues.
- Experience engaging with services such as DFV, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, or sexual assault services.
- Strong communication skills and experience in public speaking.
To register your interest in becoming a GP Facilitator, please complete an Expression of Interest application at www.saferfamilies.org.au/gp-facilitator or contact the Safer Families Project Officer, Kitty Novy, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
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