CASA Central Victoria
03 5441 0430
(Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm)
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
1800 806 292
all other times
Centre Against Sexual Assault — Central Victoria
CASA Central Victoria
03 5441 0430
(Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm)
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
1800 806 292
all other times

Work with Us

Work for a values-based organisation, that makes a difference each day in the lives of adults, young people, children, families and communities.

Our vision is a community free of sexual violence. We work across the spectrum of primary prevention- research and education; secondary intervention and tertiary  trauma informed specialist counselling, advocacy.  

At CASACV, we pursue a workforce that is as diverse as our community – in lived experience, race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexuality, neurodiversity, culture and belief – and reflects the communities we work in. We recognise diversity and inclusion are fundamental to our culture and we are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect.

We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with a disability, and people of diverse genders and/or sexual orientations.

We are committed to the wellbeing of our team members and we provide a number of complementary benefits to our staff, some of our benefits include:

  • Generous above award entitlements
  • Flexible and part time working arrangements
  • 5 weeks leave 
  • Continuous learning and development
  • Salary packaging
  • Health and wellbeing initiatives
  • Flu vaccinations
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Positive workplace culture

All positions are subject to a satisfactory Police Check and current Working with Children Check. CASACV staff must evidence COVID 19 vaccination status. 

All CASACV employees abide by CASACV Code of Conduct, Policy and Procedures.

To be considered for a role at CASACV – please provide the below components (note applications without these components will not be considered):

  • CV
  • Letter of introduction
  • Response to Key Selection Criteria.

Current Positions Available


CASACV Board Director Member (Voluntary)

Board Directors fulfil an essential governance role at CASACV. CASACV is seeking Board members who possess commitment to, and knowledge, experience and skills, in areas related to:

  • Corporate governance
  • Strategic thinking, planning and leadership skills
  • Financial performance management
  • Risk management
  • Networking and collaboration skills
  • Demonstrated alignment to CASACV Values

For more information or a confidential discussion call Kate Wright – CEO on 5441 0430.

CASACV Board Director Member (Voluntary)

To apply please send your CV and letter expressing interest to HR@casacv.org.au


Prevention and Education Coordinator

  • Full Time (0.8 EFT considered) – Ongoing contract – subject to funding
  • $87,285 – $99,524 per annum plus super and salary packaging
  • Based in Bendigo on Dja Dja Wurrung Country – with travel across the Loddon Region

The Role:

This exciting position leads our education and training program, delivering information and capacity building to a range of sectors and stakeholders on topics related to sexual assault, consent, trauma, informed practice, harmful sexual behaviours and family violence.

The position ensures professionals and community members to recognise the different forms of sexual violence, understand what drives it, and have the resources, information, and tools to respond to indicators and disclosures of sexual violence.

The position also leads the CASACV survivor advocate program; coordinates key advocacy campaigns, events, media and actions and social media commentary to strengthen community knowledge and activism.

About You:

You are passionate about social change. You hold a qualification (degree or above) in community development, social work, education, health promotion, gender studies or related field, and /or extensive experience working in community development/ adult education setting and have an understanding of gendered violence. You possess exceptional professionalism, interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability liaise with a range of stakeholders. You have a sound background in group facilitation, including managing group dynamics, negotiating conflict and transforming understanding. You have a strong social advocacy background, with the ability to leverage opportunities to strengthen social change outcomes.

How to Apply:

Applicants must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description below to be eligible. 

Prevention and Education Coordinator – Position Description

Enquiries: Lee Edmonds – Manager Strategy and Development on 5441 0430

To apply please send the necessary documents to HR@casacv.org.au

With Prevention and Education Coordinator Application in the topic line

Applications close: Monday 15th August 2022 at 9.00am


Counsellor/ Advocates x 2

  • Full Time (0.9 or 0.8 EFT considered) – 2 Year Contract
  • $87,285 – $99,524 plus super and salary packaging
  • Based in Bendigo on Dja Dja Wurrung Country – with travel within Loddon Region

The Roles:

The roles provide quality trauma informed assessment, support and counselling to children, young people and adults who have experienced sexual assault, and their support networks. In additional to working with individuals and their supports, the roles facilitate trauma informed therapeutic group work, professional consultations to further strengthen client positive outcomes.

About You:

You have a degree or above qualification in social work, psychology, family therapy or similar discipline. You have demonstrated understanding of the issues relating to sexual assault and family violence within a gendered context. You bring knowledge and expertise in working therapeutically with the effects of interpersonal trauma, and adaptive behaviours for people that have experienced sexual violence. You bring demonstrated skills, including therapeutic assessment, crisis intervention, risk assessment and safety planning. Your knowledge of system responses to sexual assault/and or family violence, including community, criminal, legal, medical, generalist health, mental health will be vital to the success of this role.  

How to Apply:

Applicants must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description to be eligible.

Counsellor Advocate Position Description

To apply please send the necessary documents to HR@casacv.org.au

With Counsellor/Advocate Application in the topic line

Enquiries: San – Clinical Services Manager on 5441 0430

Applications close: Monday 22nd August 2022 at 5pm


Safe, Thriving & Connected Program – Therapeutic Clinician

  • Full Time (0.9 or 0.8 EFT considered) –– Ongoing position – subject to funding
  • $87,285 – $99,524 plus superannuation and salary packaging
  • Based in Bendigo on Dja Dja Wurrung Country – with travel within Loddon Region

About the Safe, Thriving and Connect Program and Role:

Safe,Thriving & Connected (STC) was developed and is delivered by The Loddon Gender Equality and Violence Prevention Consortium, who have a long history in working in partnership and are experienced service providers in the delivery of integrated and coordinated specialist family violence services and system responses across the Loddon area.

The STC Program is an innovative and integrated safety and recovery focused program that delivers specialist therapeutic interventions to victim survivors experiencing and/or recovering from family violence.

The role provides high quality trauma and violence therapeutic services to women, women and their and their children, young people and their families and adult victim/survivors. The role conducts assessments including specialized risk and safety assessments and therapeutic readiness, to inform the development of therapeutic treatment for clients.

About You:

You have a Bachelor degree level or higher qualification in a Health or Social Sciences related field such as Psychology, Social Work, Family Therapy, Counselling or related discipline. You have a demonstrated understanding of feminist practice and its application in responding to the gendered nature of violence against women and its impact on children and young people. 

You bring demonstrated skills, including therapeutic assessment, crisis intervention, risk assessment and safety planning. Your knowledge of service systems, including family violence, community, criminal, legal, medical, generalist health, mental health will be vital to the success of this role.  

How to Apply:

Applicants must address the key selection criteria listed in the position description to be eligible.

STC Clinician Position description

To apply please send the necessary documents to HR@casacv.org.au

With STC Clinician Application in the topic line

Enquiries: San – Clinical Services Manager on 5441 0430

Applications close: Monday 22nd August 2022 at 5pm