WHY WORK FOR 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.
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Youth and Family Case Manager
3 months ago
The case manager will assist and meaningfully support at-risk young people aged 11-24 years who are experiencing family breakdown, substance misuse, homelessness, mental health concerns or barriers to education. The case manager is at times, required to contribute to the diversionary music events/ program, community engagement, psychoeducation / therapeutic workshops, outreach and service promotion activities. The case manager is also responsible for developing, executing and managing an effective and targeted outreach program designed to increase the number of young people accessing case management and other WAYS programs. SCHCADS Award (2010) Level 4.1 to level 5.2 – level commensurate with applicant experience.
Ideal applicants for the position will have
To apply, please email email@example.com to request for an information pack. Applications close 22nd Augus
- Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work or equivalent.
- Previous experience in providing case management services for young people and their families.
- Excellent networking and outreach skills.
- Experience in liaison with government agencies, community services, schools, NGO's and other community groups.
- Experience working with clients with drug and alcohol issues.
- Genuine interest and commitment to work with disadvantaged young people.
- A high level of written, oral and interpersonal communication and organisational skills.
- Collaborative approach to problem solving and team work.
- Ability to work independently and manage time and multiple demands.