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Women’s Wellbeing Intake and Case manager

This position provides specialist care planning services to support the safety, health and wellbeing of women who have experienced domestic, family, sexual and other forms of gendered violence across their life span. This role supports participants with brief solution focused counselling, case management and advocacy. This support may be provided face-to-face, via telephone or using virtual interfaces.

Read full position description and requirements here.

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WHEQ Board Position

We are currently seeking board members with a passion for women’s health and gender equity.

Please submit a brief CV and your EOI explaining why you are interested in a position on the WHEQ Board, and how you can contribute to the advancement of WHEQ and women in Queensland. Please email your responses to chair@wheq.org.au. For further questions in relation to the position, please contact WHEQ Chair Karyn Walsh on 0413 619 785.

Read full position description and requirements here.

Internships and Student Placements

Women’s Health and Equality Queensland accepts applications from university students for placements and internships throughout the year. These run alongside semester dates with an intake at the start of the year for first semester, and another mid-year for second semester. Applications should be emailed to admin@wheq.org.au, including a CV and cover letter addressing the EOI below, or enquire through your university’s placement program.  We accept students in all areas of our organisation (for Social Work, Masters of Social Work, Bachelor of Counselling and Masters of Counselling the preference is final year placement).

Student placement or internship expression of interest – click here to view document.

Volunteer

Would you like to volunteer with us? To help us match you with a volunteering role that you’ll find rewarding, please take a few moments to fill in this form.

Volunteer expression of interest – click here to view position document.

Reference Group

WHEQ are developing a reference group and would like to invite women and people of diverse genders who may be interested in being a member of this group. The aim of this group is to enable WHEQ to engage meaningfully with women from our community to assist in our decision-making process or support continuous improvement. This reference group will include community members and participants, including victim/survivors of gendered violence.

Click here to view expression of interest letter.

Volunteer Form

Volunteer Form

Volunteer Position
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