Positions Vacant: CatholicCare Tasmania Practitioners — Family Dispute Resolution (Burnie and Devonport)


1 March 2020

    • Join a reputable and leading not-for-profit and work within our FDR and mediation program.
    • Salary packaging and corporate private health insurance benefits available.
    • Relocation assistance can be negotiated.

    This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP) to join CatholicCare’s team based on Tasmania’s North-West Coast.

    CatholicCare Tasmania is the primary social service agency of the Catholic Church. Across Tasmania, CatholicCare delivers a wide range of support programs for individuals, families and communities. Our services are available for all backgrounds, beliefs and circumstances, and many of programs focus on children and families.

    We employ more than 450 staff across the state and offer a variety of programs and projects across key areas: Children, Family, Housing, Multicultural Services, Counselling and Emergency Relief.

    The Location:

    Tasmania is an island state, a place of remote and beautiful wilderness, delicious food and wine, an enviable relaxed lifestyle and friendly people. Burnie is Tasmania’s most westerly city and is a 3.5 hour drive from Hobart and 90 minutes’ drive to Launceston.


    This position is full-time working 38 hours per week. The minimum remuneration package is Social Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award Level 6 for accredited FDRP’s.

    For further information:

    Please refer to www.hobart.catholic.org.au/jobs for the Position Description and instructions on how to apply.


    For a confidential discussion about the role please call Kevin on 0409 382 836.

    CatholicCare Tasmania is committed to safeguarding the interests of children and young persons.

    CatholicCare Tasmania is an equal employment opportunity employer and promotes and supports a family friendly workplace. The successful applicant must be eligible to work in Australia and will need to evidence their registration to Work with Vulnerable People and Police Check as part of the recruitment process.

    CatholicCare Tasmania respects your privacy. Please access our privacy collection notice from CatholicCare Tasmania’s website (https://tinyurl.com/tqvnhb5).