Therapeutic Case Worker Part Time – 4 days per week
The Salvation Army's Doorways to Parenting Program is seeking an experienced Case worker based in Devonport and Burnie. Salary is in accordance with the SCHADS Industry Award 2010. Doorways to Parenting is a holistic, family-focused
program that seeks to provide early intervention supports to parents with CSS involvement and family reunification support through therapeutic group programs and case management services.
A Degree in Social Work, Councelling or equivalent field. Diploma of Community Services with significant experience working with CSS will be considered.
Experience in group work, counselling or case management
CatholicCare Tasmania is looking after the welfare and best interests of Tasmanians, regardless of religion or background. We offer hope and support through a range of services to assist people cope with life’s unique challenges.
Casual Youth Workers
Therapeutic Residential Care Programme
Do you want to work with young people? Can you support people to overcome challenges in their lives? CatholicCare is looking for energetic, caring, respectful people to fill these exciting new positions within our Therapeutic Residential Care
These are casual positions and they are located in North West Tasmania. You’ll be working 24/7 as part of a team in a trauma-informed environment to support the needs of each young person. You’ll be helping to sustain a learning community focused
on minimising challenging behaviours.
Go to www.hobart.catholic.org.au/jobs for the application process, expression of interest forms and position description.
As part of the recruitment process CatholicCare require all employees to have a working with vulnerable person’s card and will be holding an information session at 5.30pm on Tuesday 29 May 2018. This information session
will be held at the Portside Building, 1-3 Spring Street Burnie. Please call Sarah on *****84+ click to reveal to secure your place.
Applications close Monday 4 June 2018
CatholicCare is committed to safeguarding children and young persons in all programmes, activities and recruitment.