The role

The Social Worker role provides discrete support and case management services to disadvantaged and vulnerable clients who will benefit from additional support alongside their legal matter. The social worker role will complement our already existing multi-disciplinary legal programs within ARC Justice and will be providing clients with assistance and support throughout their legal matter to strengthen their resilience, engage with community services, gain the skills and confidence needed to manage their legal matter, and build personal capacity and independence.

This position carries a caseload of clients and provides a mix of short-term, long-term, and intensive case management support. This position undertakes initial assessments, assistance and referrals to ensure relevant needs are addressed in areas including family violence, parenting and children, mental health and disability support, in turn allowing clients to engage proactively with their legal matter.

About you

You are a social worker with a passion for human rights and providing assistance to clients in disadvantaged communities.

You are able to:

•           Deliver high quality case management

•           Develop strong relationships with other supporting organisations/services

•           Communicate with clients and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds

You will be joining an established and cohesive team that has a strong culture of collaboration and continuous improvement.

The Offer

ARC Justice is an inclusive employer. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, members of the LGBTIQ+ and culturally diverse communities encouraged to apply.

The Position Description can be downloaded here

Enquiries can be directed to Lindy Harland via and a return phone call will be arranged.

To apply

Applications must be submitted via email and not through any third-party recruitment platform.

Please address applications to Ben Wu, People and Shared Services Manager, via email

Applications must include:

Please note that applications that do not respond to the key selection criteria (essential and desirable) will not be considered for interview. Applications close at 9am Monday January 31st 2022, with interviews to take place the following week.