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Play a critical role in helping support community safety 2 ongoing positions based in Swan Hill and Mildura Competitive salary: $79,955 - $90,716 per annum plus superannuation
About the role
You'll be managing smaller caseloads of complex and high risk offenders on court orders by:
Conducting risk assessments Preparing case plans Challenging offending behaviours and Linking offenders with services Ensuring court orders are complied with
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role you will:
have best practice knowledge of case management frameworks apply theory to reduce risk and improve outcomes be flexible and resilient, with drive and commitment have a relevant qualification in social work, related human services discipline, criminal justice or criminology (preferred) have work experience in a related field, including other complex groups such as homelessness, drug and alcohol, and child protection (desirable)
About Community Correctional Services (CCS)
Play a vital role in contributing to the safety of the community by managing offenders on court orders, complex offenders on post sentence supervision and prisoners on parole. We ensure that offenders are meeting their court and parole conditions, engages offenders to build responsibility and connects offenders to programs, services and community.
Click on the APPLY button or email *****@justice.vic.gov.au + click to reveal for more information about the role.
At the Department of Justice and Regulation, our goal is for our workforce to reflect the diverse community we serve.  We continually seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.
https://www.correctionsjobs.vic.gov.au/about-us/about-you/koori-candidates
http://www.vic.gov.au/equality.html
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JUPITER MOSMAN HOUSING COMPANY LTD
HOMELESS SERVICES COORDINATOR
POSITION VACANT
Background
Jupiter Mosman Housing Company Ltd receives recurrent funding from the Queensland Department of Housing and Homelessness to provide homeless persons with short-term supported overnight accommodation through the operations of its Homeless facilities.
The primary target group includes any individuals or family groups from Charters Towers or surrounding areas who are homeless and in need of overnight accommodation.
The Coordinator supervises the emergency accommodation facilities in Charters Towers, including staff. The service operates 7 days a week.
In addition to staff supervision, the Coordinator supports clients by referring and linking them to a range of mainstream and Indigenous services.
The Position
The appointment of the Homeless Services Coordinator will be a permanent full-time position for the right applicant following completion of a 3 months probationary period. The successful applicant must hold a C class Drivers Licence and a Blue Card for Child-Related Employment.
Information
Applicant information can be obtained by email to *****@bigpond.net.au. + click to reveal
Applications close on Wednesday 20 Dec 2017 at 2pm.
Glen Sowman PO BOX 526
Chief Executive Officer CHARTERS TOWERS, Q 4820
17 Nov 2017 Phone: *****43 + click to reveal
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Relationships Australia
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Relationships Australia NT (RANT) is part of one of Australia’s largest community based organisations whose vision is to work with communities where relationships are respectful, diversity is valued and all people have atrue sense of belonging and connection. RANT is committed to protecting children and young people from harm.
Couple and Family Counsellors
Psychologist/ Social Worker/ Accredited Counsellors
Full-Time Darwin & Part-Time Katherine
Our experienced and robust therapeutic team are looking for professional counsellors to join theirteam:

We provide excellent supervision and PD opportunities (up to $3000 per annum for your PD) We work in a cultural and trauma-informed environment with individuals, couples and families We workwith and welcome diverse client groups including ATSI, CALD and LGBTIQ We want team members who are qualified and experienced in couple therapy, mental health, trauma and FDV
Interested?
Applicants are required to have a Tertiary Qualification at Bachelor degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline Applicants will require screening, referee checks, ochre card and police check Relocation assistance is available – please referto https://www.ntphn.org.au for eligibility Position Description and Employment Conditions are available in current vacancies at www.nt.relationships.org.au
Applications should be forwarded to *****@ra-nt.org.au + click to reveal and include a cover letter, current CV and at least two referees. To discuss details about the position duties please call Jonelle Patton on *****99. + click to reveal (Please note – option to interview on application).
Applications by Commencement of Business Monday 4 December 2017 Aboriginal people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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Welcome to St John of God Health Care
Owned by St John of God Health Care, St John of God Social Outreach provides significant care and relief for people experiencing disadvantage throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region, particularly in areas where gaps in health and wellbeing services have been identified. Social Outreach services are available to all members of the community and can be accessed free of charge or at minimal cost.
A flagship program of St John of God Social Outreach, the Horizon House program provides young people aged 16-22 years who are currently experiencing, or are at serious risk of, homelessness with stable long-term accommodation and support to help them achieve independence.
Horizon House delivers early intervention and case management strategies that focus on supporting participants to set and achieve education and/or vocational goals.  All young people who live and participate in a Horizon House program must be engaged in education, training or employment as part of their journey towards independence and commit to participating in a life skills program.  We also provide individualised case management, general counselling and when it’s safe and appropriate to do so help to reconcile young people with their families.
The Position
St John of God Social Outreach has exciting opportunities available for Youth Residential Carergivers to join our Perth Metro Horizon House teams on a Casual basis.  
Youth Residential Carergivers work in a residential care setting alongside the Support Coordinators, to provide intensive support for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Youth Caregivers provide advocacy & support to residents, as well as coordinating, developing and implementing Independent Life Skills Programmes, in order to meet the individualised needs of the residents throughout their stay at Horizon House.
Applicants must be available to work shifts across 7 days of the week, including weekends and public holidays on a rotating roster. Shifts will also include residential sleep overs.
The successful candidate will have:
Ability to work within and contribute to the Mission and Values of St John of God Health Care. Minimum Certificate IV in Youth Work or similar. Experience in an area related to youth work and/or case management. A demonstrated knowledge of the special needs of adolescents and trauma-informed care together with at least five years recent relevant experience working with at-risk young people is essential. Proven experience in the provision of therapeutic services. A sound knowledge of the stage of physical, emotional, cognitive, social and cultural development of young people (desirable). A sound knowledge of working with challenging behaviours and demonstrated skills in conflict resolution with young people (desirable).
 The benefits:
Salary Packaging Options Friendly & Supportive Team Excellent Employee Benefits & Corporate Discounts Professional Development 
All applicants must address the Selection Criteria (as detailed on the last page of the Position Description). 
St John of God Health Care embraces diversity and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities.
For enquiries about this position, please contact Ben Speirs, Support Coordinator Wanneroo, on *****71 + click to reveal or via email at *****@sjog.org.au + click to reveal.
Applications Close: 29/11/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Toowoomba Crisis Accommodation
Maximum Term Full Time
Team Leader - Toowoomba Suppported Accommodation Service
 
Full Time Position – Located in Toowoomba
Fixed Term to 30 June 2018
Great Salary Packaging Benefits – Pay less Tax
 
The Salvation Army (TSA) is one of this country’s most loved organisations. Our ‘Christianity with its sleeves rolled up’ ethos has endeared us to the Australian public. Each year we provide assistance to over one million Australians by working in the community, offering practical and spiritual support to assist people to live their lives to their full potential.
 TSA’s Specialised Homelessness Service, located in Toowoomba, assists those in the community who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, to alleviate their situation by providing a broad range of support services including; accommodation, case management and outreach. 
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to provide leadership in ensuring the delivery of a comprehensive service that is client focused and reflective of current practices and service delivery models. This role is also responsible for outreach services including building networks and partnerships as required.  All activities support the achievement of the Mission of The Salvation Army.
Selection Criteria:
To be successful in this position you will have:
An understanding of and empathy with the Christian faith, values and ethos of The Salvation Army. Tertiary or other qualifications within Community Services, Social Work or similar discipline with a minimum of Degree level qualifications. Minimum 2 years of supervisory experience. Demonstrated ability to provide leadership in a human service organisation including human resource  management, reporting, confidentiality and administration. Demonstrated knowledge of social justice issues, trends, relevant legislation and community resources. Demonstrated experience in the delivery of social services to people experiencing homelessness, Domestic Violence and Minority Groups. Excellent written and interpersonal  communication skills including presentation delivery and training. Sound computer skills and familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as a member of a team. Highly developed planning, problem solving, analytical, research & time management skills. Current Drivers Licence, Senior First Aid Certificate and current CPR 
If this sounds like you, apply now attaching your resume and a cover letter detailing how your skills and experience align to this role.
Applications close:  24 November 2017
How to Apply - External Applicants
1. Click the 'Apply Now' button
2. Click the 'Register & Apply' button to complete the online form and application
How to Apply - Current Salvation Army Employees
1. Click the Apply Now button
2. Click 'Login & Apply' button
3. If you do not have a password, click the 'Forgotton password or username' link.
4. Enter your payslip email address and follow the prompts
(If you experience difficulties, please contact your local HR team.)
 
Enquiries: Mona Nielsen
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Applications Close: 24/11/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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McArthur have been servicing the Human Services sector throughout Victoria for over 30 years. We specialise in the Social Welfare space, providing experienced Social Workers, permanent, contract and Locum, to numerous services throughout Victoria.
Our Client is a community based organisation in the North whose primary focus is to provide safe, affordable and secure long-term housing to improve the lives of women and children who have experienced family violence, homelessness and related trauma.
They provide outreach and case management support to clients dealing with multiple complex risk factors and traumas. Currently they are recruiting for a case manager specialising in Family Violence
To be considered for this role you will need to possess:
Current awareness of Family Violence issued and the impacts on women, children and families. Demonstrated familiarity and experience with the family violence service systems, tools, frameworks and legislation applicable to the system Ability to undertake comprehensive risk assessment and develop comprehensive safety plans Knowledge of local family violence programs, accommodation and community services in the Northern suburbs Develop effective working relationships with clients, co-workers, service providers and stakeholders Excellent interpersonal skills with sound verbal and written communication skills Sensitivity to and understanding of the needs of clients from diverse backgrounds.
Essential:
Bachelor of Social Work or Psychology Current Police Check (or willing to undertake) Current WWCC Victorian Drivers Licence.
For more information please call Melissa Hart on *****65 + click to reveal or email your resume to *****@mcarthur.com.au + click to reveal
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About us
Ruah Community Services is reputable grassroots not for profit organisation with 50 years experience of empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to create meaningful change in their lives and enabling them maximise their individual potential. Ruah has a rich history of providing services in Housing and Homelessness, Mental Health, Family Domestic Violence and transitional support for women leaving the correction system. Our team of 200 staff have a vision to see communities flourish through active participation in the services we deliver. 
About the job
As a member of a service team the Community Worker Tenancy Support will deliver a quality service to individuals and families who have experienced homelessness or are at risk of homelessness to manage and/or stabilise their public tenancies.
The Case Worker will engage with the individual/family to stabilise their current tenancy while assessing the individuals/family's needs and linking to appropriate services in the community for support.
Support will be provided on an outreach case management basis and includes, but not limited to
Tenancy Support  Assisting individuals/families to develop skills and strategies to manage their tenancy and; Providing support to develop linkages in the individuals/families' community.
Who are we looking for?
Relevant Tertiary Degree in a related discipline and/or relevant work experience (0-3 years) (Psychology, Social Work or Community Services will be highly regarded). Demonstrated understanding of complex issues facing people who experience chaotic life circumstances such as homelessness, AOD use, family/domestic violence and mental health issues. Ability to engage and maintain professional relationships with clients with multiple needs and issues. Demonstrated ability to build relationships, liaise and advocate effectively with a range of community stakeholders in the delivery of a service.
Knowledge and understanding of diversity, gender and social inclusion, particularly Aboriginal culture. Well developed organisational skills including time management and setting priorities Excellent administration and case note skills . An understanding of the Residential Tenancies Act 1987. Prior experience working within the public housing sector will be highly regarded.
What you need to know
The closing date for applications is 5pm Wednesday 29 November 2017.
This role is a full-time, permanent role.  There are two STEP teams who are based in our offices in Maddington and Stirling.  The successful candidate may be required to work from one or both offices.
For further information about the position please contact:
Matt Nichols
Manager, Housing and Homeless Services
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How to apply
Please address the Selection Criteria in your cover letter and attach it with a current CV when you apply through Seek. For more information and a copy of the position description please visit our website www.ruah.org.au, click on the 'about us' section and then 'Jobs at Ruah'.
Ruah has a passion for welcoming diversity and is an equal opportunities employer.
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Take charge of developing relationships with Traditional Owners to deliver heritage approval projects
Your new company
Perth Airport plays a vital role in WA, connecting the city of Perth and its surrounding regions with the rest of the world. At the forefront of cutting edge technology, state of the art engineering and design, plans are in place to make Perth Airport the new gateway to Australia. This sprawling estate, welcomes over 14 million visitors a year and employees more than 17,000 workers. With expansions underway for a new international terminal, runway and major commercial ventures, Perth Airport is growing their team to make 2018 it’s most profitable year to date.
Your new role
Sitting within the Strategy and Development branch, an opportunity has become available for a Heritage Coordinator to join their team on a full time permanent basis. Reporting to the Approvals Manager, you will be responsible for leading the engagement of communities and Aboriginal stakeholders and developing productive relationships with a view to gaining key heritage project approvals. Key responsibilities will include:

Liaise with communities and Aboriginal stakeholders to undertake and manage engagement and consultative activities to ensure efficient heritage approvals delivery. Lead heritage inputs to fulfill the obligations and strategic development goals of the Perth Airport Master Plan. Develop and implement of a whole of business Heritage Management Framework associated documentation and related processes, including development of Perth Airports cultural narrative and project delivery integration. Scope, coordinate and manage the procurement of specialist heritage studies required to support the development of approvals documentation. Support and advise Perth Airport staff and contractors with cultural heritage training needs to ensure compliance with legislative requirements.

What you'll need to succeed
You will possess:

A strong heritage background and a proven track record in a similar role developing productive community relationships that lead to timely Aboriginal heritage approvals. A collaborative attitude along with being goal orientated and having the ability to develop trust with internal and external stakeholders. Relevant tertiary qualifications with a major in subjects such as Cultural Heritage, Indigenous studies, Australian studies or Anthropology may be considered advantageous A strong understanding of the Aboriginal Engagement Act will be essential to be considered.

What you'll get in return
You will be joining a growing organisation at an exciting time in its development. Perth Airport currently has 7 approvals projects moving towards secondary stages and you will play a major part in their delivery. You will be rewarded with a strong base salary of $97,000 - $101,000 plus superannuation and further employee benefits.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now on *****34 + click to reveal and ask to speak with Gary Jackson.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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City Mission is seeking a caring and qualified individual to join the team at Serenity House in Sulphur Creek on the North West Coast. The role is for a casual Support Worker (on-call – inc. shift/weekend-work).
Essential Qualifications/Experience:
Minimum of Cert 4 in Community Services or Alcohol and Drug Services or an associated qualification or is willing to undertake training towards this. Demonstrated experience and/or understanding of alcohol and drug sector. Workplace level 2 First Aid certificate. Current drivers licence. Satisfactory National Police check. Assist with Medication attainment or willingness to undertake.
 
Desirable:
Experience or demonstrated capacity to work in an organisation adopting a Christian ethos. A good understanding of the causes of homelessness and addiction related issues:
Knowledge of drugs and their effects; Knowledge of symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal; Knowledge and experience in conducting alcohol and other drug assessments, brief interventions, and other health interventions (as appropriate); Knowledge of motivational interview techniques; Knowledge of relapse prevention strategies.
Working With Vulnerable People Card or willingness to obtain. Highly developed communication skills. Ability to maintain positive professional relationships with clients and staff. Success in delivering support to clients with complex needs. Demonstrated skill in maintaining positive key stakeholder relationships. Demonstrated ability to work unsupervised. Positive history of following organisational Policies and Procedures. A working knowledge of computers and computing software i.e. computers, laptops, printers, Microsoft Office, Windows etc.
The position requires the employee to develop working relationships with management, peers and other functional areas within the organisation. Primarily the Support Worker will be responsible for: Client Supervision - Facilitating the smooth day to day interactions between residents within the service and monitoring their adherence to organisational policies and procedures; Service Delivery – Ensuring clients receive the appropriate and adequate levels of support and care that enable them to develop and fully participate in life; Administration –professionally maintaining Centre records to high standards. Ensuring all completed documentation is clear, accurate and concise; Sleepovers – When required providing support to clients overnight; Property Maintenance and care – supporting the Centre Supervisor to ensure that the property is well maintained and kept in good working order; and Learning and Innovation - Participating in ongoing personal and professional development.
Salary will be based on the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 [MA000100].
If you have a passion to work as part of a dynamic, friendly team in a caring compassionate environment, knowing that the activities of our organisation are directed towards services provided to those at risk in our community, we encourage you to apply.
Please send your written application addressing the selection criteria and your ability to effectively perform the primary tasks above to the Manager People & Culture, City Mission, PO Box 168, Launceston, or upload it to the SEEK website.
A full job description is available by phoning *****00 + click to reveal during office hours or by emailing *****@citymission.org.au + click to reveal or via our website – www.citymission.org.au – Click on "Work With Us".
Applications close on Monday 4th December 2017 at 9:00am.
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About the organisation
Life Without Barriers aims to partner with people (including those with disability, in out of home care, the homeless, mental illness or refugees) to change their lives for the better. We value relationships, imagination, courage, responsiveness and we are respectful and caring in all our dealings. 
At Life Without Barriers we all share the responsibility for child safety.
 
Life Without Barriers works with clients from diverse cultural and social backgrounds and life-styles.  Our clients have varied and different life experiences, physical abilities and skills.  We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. 
 
About the Role
We are currently seeking a full-time NDIS Liaison and Planning Coordinator to act as the first and central point of contact for Disability clients seeking services with LWB on a 12 month contract based in Darwin or Alice Springs.
 
Key Responsibilities
Be the first and primary point of contact for any potential new people eligible for services under NDIS. Promote LWB services as a quality service provider for people eligible for services under NDIS. Continually look for ways to improve our conversion rates from contacts to clients; manage the ‘pipeline’ of potential clients and provide required reporting / updates. Facilitate the transition from initial enquiry to worker allocation. Facilitate planning, implementing and quoting on individual service plans ensuring they meet the individual service user’s personal needs and choices. Manage all processes associated with Intake (including eligibility), Assessment, Case Management, Service and Support Planning, Purchase of Services, Brokerage, Funding Agreements and Service Agreements. Maintain positive relationships and engage with stakeholders (e.g. Government and non- government agencies, local government, local business and Peak Bodies) to support service plans and initiatives for people with disabilities and their families. Ensure that service users’ individual needs are met by providing support and access to services, which enables the service user to achieve valued roles in the community and/or work opportunities. To provide direct assistance and support to clients with particular complex needs.
 
Skills & Experience 
Tertiary qualifications in the Human Services sector or equivalent work experience Excellent communication and planning skills. Previous customer service experience or demonstration of service attributes. Demonstrated strong experience in stakeholder engagement. Current Driver Licence and ability to travel to off-site meetings regularly. Ability to perform the role outside the normal span of hours to accommodate potential client meeting times. Working knowledge of Person Centred Planning and expert knowledge of the NDIS. Degree in Social Work, Social Science, Psychology or Human Services or related discipline (desirable) Demonstrated experience in a similar role (desirable) Extensive experience in a wide range of disability service types (desirable)
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
 
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click on the Apply button below and follow the screen prompts. For any queries please contact *****@lwb.org.au  + click to reveal
 
Applications close at midnight on Wednesday, 29th November 2017. 
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About us:
Since 1971 Drake Medox has been at the forefront of Health and Community Services in Australia and we pride ourselves in providing person centred care to our clients. We treat every client as an individual and provide tailored care depending on our client’s needs.
Competitive pay rates and flexible working hours as well as ongoing training to help you advance in your career. About the role:
Drake Medox is currently recruiting on behalf of our client, a lovely lady based in South Melbourne who requires support in the morning to get her ready for the day.
The main duties within this role include but not limited to:
- Assisting with personal care
- Mild house duties
- Assisting with the preparation of meals
- Assisting with community access
Our client is looking for carers who have a great sense of humour, are friendly, have a positive attitude and a true passion for the industry. Due to the nature of this program females are strongly encouraged to apply.
Mandatory requirements:
- Current National Police Check
- Current first aid and CPR certificates
- Current Victorian Drivers License
- Experience as a support worker
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following qualities:
- Reliability and Flexibility
- Kind and gentle nature
- Positive attitude and strong work ethic
If you feel as though you meet the requirements of this position, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, you can contact Isabella or Bianca on *****70 + click to reveal to clarify any questions for this position.
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About us:
Since 1971 Drake Medox has been at the forefront of Health and Community Services in Australia and we pride ourselves in providing person centred care to our clients. We treat every client as an individual and provide tailored care depending on our client’s needs.
Competitive pay rates and flexible working hours as well as ongoing training to help you advance in your career. About the role:
Drake Medox is currently recruiting on behalf of our client, a lovely lady based in South Melbourne who requires support in the morning to get her ready for the day.
The main duties within this role include but not limited to:
- Assisting with personal care
- Mild house duties
- Assisting with the preparation of meals
- Assisting with community access
Our client is looking for carers who have a great sense of humour, are friendly, have a positive attitude and a true passion for the industry. Due to the nature of this program females are strongly encouraged to apply.
Mandatory requirements:
- Current National Police Check
- Current first aid and CPR certificates
- Current Victorian Drivers License
- Experience as a support worker
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following qualities:
- Reliability and Flexibility
- Kind and gentle nature
- Positive attitude and strong work ethic
If you feel as though you meet the requirements of this position, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, you can contact Isabella or Bianca on *****70 + click to reveal to clarify any questions for this position.
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About us:
Since 1971 Drake Medox has been at the forefront of Health and Community Services in Australia and we pride ourselves in providing person centred care to our clients. We treat every client as an individual and provide tailored care depending on our client’s needs.
Competitive pay rates and flexible working hours as well as ongoing training to help you advance in your career. About the role:
Drake Medox is currently recruiting on behalf of our client, a lovely lady based in South Melbourne who requires support in the morning to get her ready for the day.
The main duties within this role include but not limited to:
- Assisting with personal care
- Mild house duties
- Assisting with the preparation of meals
- Assisting with community access
Our client is looking for carers who have a great sense of humour, are friendly, have a positive attitude and a true passion for the industry. Due to the nature of this program females are strongly encouraged to apply.
Mandatory requirements:
- Current National Police Check
- Current first aid and CPR certificates
- Current Victorian Drivers License
- Experience as a support worker
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following qualities:
- Reliability and Flexibility
- Kind and gentle nature
- Positive attitude and strong work ethic
If you feel as though you meet the requirements of this position, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, you can contact Isabella or Bianca on *****70 + click to reveal to clarify any questions for this position.
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About us:
Since 1971 Drake Medox has been at the forefront of Health and Community Services in Australia and we pride ourselves in providing person centred care to our clients. We treat every client as an individual and provide tailored care depending on our client’s needs.
Competitive pay rates and flexible working hours as well as ongoing training to help you advance in your career. About the role:
Drake Medox is currently recruiting on behalf of our client, a lovely lady based in South Melbourne who requires support in the morning to get her ready for the day.
The main duties within this role include but not limited to:
- Assisting with personal care
- Mild house duties
- Assisting with the preparation of meals
- Assisting with community access
Our client is looking for carers who have a great sense of humour, are friendly, have a positive attitude and a true passion for the industry. Due to the nature of this program females are strongly encouraged to apply.
Mandatory requirements:
- Current National Police Check
- Current first aid and CPR certificates
- Current Victorian Drivers License
- Experience as a support worker
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following qualities:
- Reliability and Flexibility
- Kind and gentle nature
- Positive attitude and strong work ethic
If you feel as though you meet the requirements of this position, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, you can contact Isabella or Bianca on *****70 + click to reveal to clarify any questions for this position.
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About us:
Since 1971 Drake Medox has been at the forefront of Health and Community Services in Australia and we pride ourselves in providing person centred care to our clients. We treat every client as an individual and provide tailored care depending on our client’s needs.
Competitive pay rates and flexible working hours as well as ongoing training to help you advance in your career. About the role:
Drake Medox is currently recruiting on behalf of our client, a lovely lady based in South Melbourne who requires support in the morning to get her ready for the day.
The main duties within this role include but not limited to:
- Assisting with personal care
- Mild house duties
- Assisting with the preparation of meals
- Assisting with community access
Our client is looking for carers who have a great sense of humour, are friendly, have a positive attitude and a true passion for the industry. Due to the nature of this program females are strongly encouraged to apply.
Mandatory requirements:
- Current National Police Check
- Current first aid and CPR certificates
- Current Victorian Drivers License
- Experience as a support worker
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following qualities:
- Reliability and Flexibility
- Kind and gentle nature
- Positive attitude and strong work ethic
If you feel as though you meet the requirements of this position, please click the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, you can contact Isabella or Bianca on *****70 + click to reveal to clarify any questions for this position.
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Colony 47 is a community organisation, working to support individuals and families in the areas of housing, employment, training and family support.
We have multiple positions available within the Housing and Homelessness Services program. The Housing Connect Front Door is the entry point for all housing and homelessness services in Southern Tasmania and Mara House provides emergency and transitional accommodation for young women aged 13 to 18 who are experiencing homelessness.  
Positions available:
Housing Connect Case Facilitators and Concierge: fulltime / part time / casual
Mara House Residential Response Workers: casual (night time shift work)
The Case Facilitator role provides direct housing and homelessness intake and assessment. Duties include crisis intervention, allocation of brokerage and emergency accommodation, Social Housing assessment, delivery of Private Rental Assistance (bond) and provision of referral, information and advice to clients. Sound knowledge of, and experience within, the housing support services, supported accommodation and/or residential services is desirable.
The Concierge Worker role is a front of service position, the first point of contact for people phoning Housing Connect or visiting our offices. Duties include handling all forms of client contact, providing initial information and referral, and administrative duties including managing the daily appointment calendar and the waiting room to ensure consumers of services are seen in a timely manner.
The Mara House Residential Response Workers are responsible for crisis intake and assessment, managing house dynamics and supporting residents in the absence of their Case Manager and the Residential Youth Worker. These are night time shift work positions.
Please see our website for position description and selection criteria for each position. www.colony47.com.au Please note that applicants must address the selection criteria for the application to be considered.
For enquiries relating to the Case Facilitator or Concierge positions please contact Olivia on *****88 + click to reveal or email *****@colony47.com.au + click to reveal
For enquiries relating to the Mara House positions please contact Louise on *****56 + click to reveal or email *****@colony47.com.au + click to reveal
Applications close on Tuesday 28 November 2017 and should be addressed to *****@colony47.com.au + click to reveal
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1 year contract, 44 hours per fortnight
The City of Swan is home to a thriving and diverse community, with a well-established youth development and engagement approach. An opportunity is now open for an experienced youth development practitioner to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to promote and build healthy relationships between young people and the community.
The Youth Development Officer – Ballajura (Participation & Leadership Portfolio) as a member of the Lifespan Services team, has a key role to:
Develop and deliver approved programs and initiatives Conduct evaluation of programs as required Promote, facilitate and support youth projects/initiatives that encourage Youth Participation and Leadership in the community Provides guidance and advise across the team on Youth Participation& Leadership practices for youth programs and events Research, develop and design Youth Participation & Leadership programs/initiatives  Develops and maintains partnerships with relevant stakeholders with a particular focus on Youth Participation & Leadership practices for young people
To be successful in this role, you will have:
Tertiary qualification in a relevant human services discipline (Youth work, Psychology, Social work etc.); 5 years relevant experience; Knowledge of social, cultural and economic issues affecting young people; Substantial knowledge of youth development and the ability to translate youth development principles into practice; Experience in delivering projects using a youth participation/leadership approach Experience in supervising staff and/or volunteers; Current 'C' class driver's licence , Current Working with Children Check and National Police clearance
The salary for this position will be negotiated from $79,040.27 up to $92,396.61 per annum pro rata depending on skills and experience. This positon at times requires work on Friday nights and occasional weekends. This position will primarily be based in Ballajura Place, however initiatives and activities will be City wide and this position will work in conjunction with the other Youth Development Officers.
For enquiries, please contact Debbie McCabe on *****18. + click to reveal
To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter addressing the above selection criteria and outlining your suitability to the role (no more than two pages) at: https://careers.swan.wa.gov.au/
Closing Date: Monday 27 November 2017
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Full time role Two Year Fixed Term Contract – SCHADS Level 6 Professional development and training opportunities within an integrated family centre
Join our Specialist Homelessness Service (SHS) to lead a new team to deliver an innovative service which responds to women (with or without children) experiencing domestic/family violence after hours. This is a unique opportunity for a Coordinator who is driven by an objective to enhance and improve outcomes for women and children experiencing domestic/family violence; particularly those who require an urgent response after-hours.
 The role will implement operational and procedural support options for staff including admissions, risk assessment, client support options and staff practice development. Working across the district the role seeks to work with Specialist Homeless Services (SHS) and other appropriate homeless services to streamline service access in line with No Wrong Door and to strengthen Northern Sydney's District Response to Domestic Violence.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Strong focus on engaging relevant stakeholders including Link2Home, Police, Family and Community Services (FaCS) and other external stakeholders and you will be required to organise, liaise and chair meetings, review systems, feedback key data and integrate into existing Domestic Violence Interagency committees. Oversee a caseload of clients in crisis, link clients to appropriate service providers, screen initial assessments into the CIMS database and support the existing functions of SHS service delivery by reducing access pressures for crisis clients Coordinate Services delivered by the Domestic Violence After hours Response Team Provide Leadership and supervision to staff Comply with all government and internal reporting requirements for program adherence, including data collection Actively participate in community development Promote and uphold the Mission, Vision and Values of CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay as a Catholic Social Services
KEY REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrated understanding of domestic violence and working in the field of domestic and family violence including demonstrated knowledge of and familiarity with legal and other aspects of domestic violence and child protection and custody issues Demonstrated experience in stakeholder management and the ability to drive program results through stakeholder engagement Demonstrated and detailed knowledge of and experience working with housing issues, and an understanding of the needs of homeless people Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals in a case management process, undertaking assessments; developing & reviewing case plans; and provide strength based support to assist individuals, families, and children Demonstrated advocacy skills Current and valid NSW Driver's Licence
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Tertiary qualifications in an appropriate area e.g., Degree in Social Work, Degree Social Science/ Welfare, Degree in Psychology, or related discipline and/or demonstrated relevant industry experience
TO APPLY
To apply please download the position description below and outline the essential criteria for the role in your cover letter. For further information phone Angela Whitby on *****00 + click to reveal
CLOSING DATE
Tuesday 1 December 2017
CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation – all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.  
 
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Use your analytical skills to make a genuine difference to the lives of some of Australia's most disadvantaged kids and families Work with a small and highly productive team Sydney CBD location
The Program Analytics and Reporting Team plays a vital role in providing the data and insights to inform The Smith Family's program policy and practice. As a Data Analyst you will support the monitoring, evaluation and delivery of quality programs that have a long lasting impact on some of Australia's most disadvantaged children and families.
A day in the life of the Data Analyst, Program Analytics and Reporting, might look like this: 
Interpreting data, trends or patterns of behaviour, analysing results; and making recommendations Turning analysis into consumable and compelling information and insights Speaking with stakeholders to understand and translate their data and reporting needs Consolidating key programmatic data for inclusion in The Smith Family's Annual Report or program evaluation reports
It takes a special kind of person to be our Data Analyst, Program Analytics and Reporting. You are a good communicator, being able to build strong relationships and communicate in both technical and user-friendly language. You have demonstrated data extraction and management skills across complex relational databases and strong documentation skills.
Living up to our employment promise, our team members tell us that working for The Smith Family, they have great job flexibility and the ability to work alongside committed, passionate and professional team members whilst engaging in challenging, fulfilling and diverse work. In turn, our team members believe that they offer commitment to our vision, mission and values and effective collaboration with fellow team members to deliver strong performance outcomes.

To find out more information about this role please see the position description located at https://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/get-involved/jobs/data-analyst-program-analytics-and-reporting
For any other information, please contact Vena Bucholtz via email at *****@thesmithfamily.com.au + click to reveal
Closing date:  Tuesday, 21st November 2017
Due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Police Check.
We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to principles of cultural diversity.  Applications from people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are encouraged.
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2 Permanent Full Time Positions Available
The City of Swan has a vision of 'One City, Diverse Places', which acknowledges the many different people and places within our community. If you have a passion for building the capacity of local communities and supporting communities to thrive, we would like to hear from you.
We are seeking two experienced and qualified Community Development Officers to work within our Ellenbrook and Ballajura Places Communities. These positions are an ideal opportunity for an experienced Community Development Officer who can relate to a range of community groups, have strong administration skills and a strong commitment to building resilient and inclusive communities through community capacity building with three key elements:
Engagement (capacity building, specialised support and skill development) Participation (inclusion, celebration and welcoming communities) Leadership (sector support, partnership development, governance, service attraction and gap identification, advocacy and funding.
Reporting to the Coordinator Community Development, the Community Development Officer is responsible for working in conjunction with the Lifespan Services team and consulting with relevant place based staff for the ongoing development, implementation and evaluation of a Place Action Plan.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
3-5 Years' Experience
Human Services Tertiary Qualification
Knowledge of social, cultural and economic issues affecting community
Substantial knowledge of community development and the ability to translate community development principles into practice
Experience in working with community members, young people and volunteer agencies to develop community capacity and independence
The salary offered for this position is from $79,040.27 to $92,936.61 per annum, depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant.  Additional benefits include up to 15.5% superannuation, exclusive leisure centre discounts, eligibility for membership to our events-packed social club and a comprehensive employee wellness program.
For enquiries please contact Lisa Cornelius on
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To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter addressing the criteria listed above at https://careers.swan.wa.gov.au/
Closing Date: Monday, 27 November 2017