The Department for Child Protection (DCP) plays a key role in
the protection of children, young people and their families within South
Australia. The department provides support to vulnerable children and young
people to be safe, strong and connected.
relocating to one of our regional locations where the possibilities are endless,
from stunning natural landscapes, kilometres of pristine coastline and
untouched bushland an abundance of sporting and leisure activities – there are
endless possibilities to create a laid back lifestyle with more.
Augusta is 307 km from Adelaide and takes just over 3 hours to drive or a short
50 minute flight from Adelaide. The Port Augusta office employs approximately
34 people and is one of six offices in the region. As a member of this office
you will work with other professionals to deliver services to Port Augusta,
Iron Knob, Roxby Downs, Woomera, Andamooka, Quorn, Leigh Creek, Hawker and up
to Maree (and everywhere else in-between!).
find out more about the benefits of working with DCP in Port
Augusta click here.
is located 395kms North West from Adelaide on Eyre Peninsula’s Spencer Gulf or
a short 30 minute flight from Adelaide. The town’s population of 22,000 makes
it the third most populous city in the state of South Australia behind Adelaide
and Mt Gambier.
find out more about the benefits of working with DCP in Whyalla here
Port Lincoln is situated 647 km from Adelaide and takes
approximately 7 hours to drive. Port Lincoln is situated on
Boston Bay, one of the largest protected natural harbours in the world three
times the size of Sydney Harbour.
find out more about the benefits of working with DCP in Port Lincoln here