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Employment At Ways



A chance to work for a highly respected organisation with a history of more than 35 years working with the community and providing quality and innovative programs and services that really make a difference in young people and their families lives.

Receive an opportunity to work alongside a dedicated, experienced, innovative and professional team who bring genuine passion and commitment to their work.

Competitive pay and employment conditions including: paid study leave, access to internal and external clinical supervision and a strong commitment to staff professional development.

When applying please consider the following:

* Read the job description and selection criteria carefully

* Provide an up to date resume

* Ensure that you specifically address each of the selection criteria, paying attention to     the “essential criteria”


* Provide us with at least two referees including your  current or most recent supervisor or line manager

* Ensure that you submit your application by the due date

*Have a look at our website and become familiar with WAYS

Music Event Manager

6 months ago
The Music Event Manager will manage the development, implementation and monitoring of youth music events. The music events will vary in scale from small to large. The role requires one to co-ordinate the event from start to finish. This includes concept development, design of promotional material, acquisition of and relationship building with musicians, bands and DJ’s, effective event promotion, managing the logistics of the event and a small team of assistants. Ideal applicants for the position will have:
  • Experience in planning and organizing events.
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • High standard of written English.
  • Careful attention to detail in all aspects of work.
  • Experience and skills within the music industry and event planning with the capacity to co-ordinate and deliver events designed to attract young people is also desirable.
  • Passion for working with young people.
  This is a Part-time position (15 hours per week). Working hours can be flexible, either two 7.5 hour days or three 5 hour days. The Music Event Manager will be required to work some Saturdays. SCHADS Award Level 4.1 – 4.4 ($31 - $35 per hour depending on experience). For a position description and selection criteria please contact: Vanessa or Bella on 9365 2500 or ways@ways.org.au   Applications close: Feb 20th 2018


6 months ago

The Adolescent and Family Psychologist provides counselling and assessment services to young people aged 9-25 and their families and or significant others. The  range of issues addressed include but are not limited to:  mental health presentations such as anxiety, anger management, depression, ADHD, alcohol and other drug issues, family and relationship issues, parenting, school refusal and self-esteem issues. This position sits within the WAYS Wellness centre and forms part of a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers, case managers and G.P’s.

SCHADS Award Level will be between Level 4 – Level 5.4 and is dependent on qualifications and experience. We also offer a $16,050 (per annum) tax free salary component meaning more in your take home pay. Please note that our rate of pay is extremely competitive compared with NSW health especially for candidates with 1-3 years experience. You will also benefit from ongoing professional development and a supportive working environment. In addition to the salary offered, WAYS will pay for external clinical supervision and provide in house clinical supervision.


This full time position will be a fixed term contract until the 30th of June 2019.



Ideal applicants for the position will have:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Psychology
  • Current psychologist registration or working towards registration
  • Previous experience and a passion for providing counselling and assessment services for young people, parents and their families.
  • Experience in writing and facilitating therapeutic and psycho-educational group work programs for young people and parents.
  • Experience working with young people presenting with mental health, relationship, drug and alcohol and school related issues.
  • A high level of written, oral and interpersonal communication and organisational skills.
  • Collaborative approach to problem solving and team work.
  • A genuine interest in working in the community sector.

For a position description and selection criteria, please contact Vanessa on 9365 2500 or ways@ways.org.au  or download it from our website: www.ways.org.au

Applications must address the selection criteria found in the position description. Applications close: February 19th 2018. Start date flexible in March 2018. Application pack can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF button above.