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Angela Gauci posted in Jobs Board

18th Nov 19, 12:34 PM

OOSH Casual Educators Wanted Glossodia Before and After School Care is seeking enthusiastic and committed educators. We particularly want to hear from educators who work on the children’s level and engage in play to provide both the support and hands on activities that our children need. Hours of work and rate of pay will be discussed/confirmed with the successful applicant. Only applicants with the relevant qualification and a current Working with Children Check are encouraged to apply.

OOSH Casual Educators Wanted

Glossodia Before and After School Care is seeking enthusiastic and committed educators. We particularly want to hear from educators who work on the children’s level and engage in play to provide both the support and hands on activities that our children need.

Hours of work and rate of pay will be discussed/confirmed with the successful applicant. Only applicants with the relevant qualification and a current Working with Children Check are encouraged to apply.

Childrens Services Award 2010 Level 3

Responsible to the OOSH Coordinator

Standard shifts:

Before School: 6.45am - 9.15am

After School: 3.00pm - 6.30pm

Vacation Care: 7am – 6.30pm

Please contact Jacinta on (02) 4576 6421 for more info

To apply visit https://part-timejobs.com.au/listing/75

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Sara Blanchfield posted in Community Announcements

18th Nov 19, 10:34 AM

Supporting Healthy Relationships Free workshops for domestic and family violence awareness Presented by Danielle Habib, Catholic Care's Violence Prevention Educator, the free workshops will help you:  understand DFV and healthy relationships  discover how to support a friend or family member  learn safe actions and responses to DFV. Workshop dates and details  26 November – The Erina Centre (meeting room 3), 9.30am-11.30am  27 November – Peninsula Theatre Woy Woy,

Supporting Healthy Relationships
Free workshops for domestic and family violence awareness

Presented by Danielle Habib, Catholic Care's Violence
Prevention Educator, the free workshops will help you:
 understand DFV and healthy relationships
 discover how to support a friend or family member
 learn safe actions and responses to DFV.

Workshop dates and details
 26 November – The Erina Centre (meeting room
3), 9.30am-11.30am
 27 November – Peninsula Theatre Woy Woy,
9.30am-11.30am
 3 December – San Remo Neighbourhood Centre,
9.30am-11.30am
 10 December – The Art House Meeting Room,
9.30am-11.30am

For further information, contact Sara Blanchfield
on 02 43505377 or visit
centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/events

BD

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Brad Dingle posted in Community Announcements

14th Nov 19, 10:59 AM

NDIS - Wyong (Hely Street) has an outreach service each fortnight at St Vincent de Paul - Wyong Regional Office between 10am - 12noon. A LAC will be on site every 2nd Thursday at 47 Howarth Street to answer all questions relating too. - What is an LAC. How can they help? - What supports are funded by NDIS? - What happens at the meeting with your LAC? - What information do you need to provide your LAC & NDIS? - What happens when you receive your NDIS Support Plan?

NDIS - Wyong (Hely Street) has an outreach service each fortnight at St Vincent de Paul - Wyong Regional Office between 10am - 12noon.

A LAC will be on site every 2nd Thursday at 47 Howarth Street to answer all questions relating too.
- What is an LAC. How can they help?
- What supports are funded by NDIS?
- What happens at the meeting with your LAC?
- What information do you need to provide your LAC & NDIS?
- What happens when you receive your NDIS Support Plan?

If you have any client/s that would like have these questions explained, please refer contact either NDIS on 1800 794 394 or Email: [email protected] . Alternatively you can contact St Vincent de Paul Wyong on (02) 43 56 6700 (option 1) & place your name on the list.

BD

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Brad Dingle posted in Community Announcements

13th Nov 19, 03:46 PM

Neami National Central Coast is a community mental health service that is currently providing a 4 week program for any person & their children wanting to improve there mental health and wellbeing. The project provides an introduction to health & helps people develop tools to eat healthily & sustainably, with a focus on growing, purchasing, storage, cooking & waste reduction.

Neami National Central Coast is a community mental health service that is currently providing a 4 week program for any person & their children wanting to improve there mental health and wellbeing.

The project provides an introduction to health & helps people develop tools to eat healthily & sustainably, with a focus on growing, purchasing, storage, cooking & waste reduction.

They also offer an opportunity to improve your fitness by incorporating a weekly walking group & follow up peer health coaching sessions.

Given the time of year Neami have condensed the usual 6 week program to 4 weeks (with the same content).

St Vincent de Paul - Wyong Regional Office has provided the venue for this group & it commenced last Tuesday 12th November. It runs from 10am - 11:30am. 47 Howarth Street , Wyong. Off street parking available.

Places are still available & people can still join in next Tuesday. To place a name on the list, please call St Vincent de Paul - Wyong Regional Office & ask for Brad on (02) 43 56 67 09.
Alternatively you can contact Neami on (02) 84 16 11 80 or [email protected]

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Marguerite Hanshaw posted in Community Announcements

12th Nov 19, 04:32 PM

TLK Community College is a local not-for-profit registered training organisation offering smart and skilled full qualifications and pathway courses. Please find attached a full list of courses scheduled for term one, 2020. If you would like any further information please feel free to contact us on 02 4353 0017 or visit the web page, www.tlkcc.com.au

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Rose Petranovic posted in Jobs Board

11th Nov 19, 04:45 PM

Community Care Intake Officer Join our 3Bridges Community Care team. • Full Time • Based at Carss Park • Support clients across South East Sydney, Inner West and Canterbury Bankstown. About 3Bridges Community:

Community Care Intake Officer

Join our 3Bridges Community Care team.

• Full Time
• Based at Carss Park
• Support clients across South East Sydney, Inner West and Canterbury Bankstown.

About 3Bridges Community:

We are a leading independent not for profit community organization. We embrace innovative service approaches and have over 40 years’ combined experience in providing services to local people. We offer a large variety of services to support people of all ages and from all backgrounds. We pride ourselves in supporting our community members through a wide variety of services and care needs.

About the Role:

We are looking for a Community Care Intake Officer to provide assessments and to develop a support plan for frail aged and older clients that best meets their needs.

3Bridges is currently recruiting for a Community Care Intake Officer to support our Community Care Team. The Intake Officer is responsible for conducting face-to-face assessments and developing individual care plans for frail older clients. The Intake officer will provide information on 3Bridges services and have an understanding of the needs of the client. This position will be reporting to the Manager – Community Services. The position will be working across South East Sydney, Inner West and Canterbury-Bankstown.

This is a Full time position.

To be successful in your application you will need to demonstrate:

• Experience in community care assessment and support and/or demonstrated experience in developing Individual Care Plans in accordance with My Aged Care.
• Cert IV in Individual Support/ Aged Care/ Disability or other relevant qualification.
• Excellent documentation skills and attention to detail.
• High level computer skills, data entry and word processing.
• Ability to work independently and within a multi-disciplinary team.
• Provide internal and external referrals to relevant services.
• Have a strong understanding of issues faced by the older person and carers.
• Understanding of Work Health Safety issues.

It would also be advantageous if you could demonstrate:

• Second Language
• Experience in using a client management system

Benefits:

• Flexible work options.
• Career development and training.
• Excellent employment conditions.

The successful candidate must undergo a National Police Clearance prior to commencement.

As an EEO employer we welcome applications from people of NESB and ATSI backgrounds.

To obtain an information pack visit http://3bridges.org.au/about-us/people/careers/

For further details please contact Tracey Mitchell on 1300 327 434.

Please forward applications to [email protected].

Applications close: Monday, 25 November 2019

AR

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Agi Ricketts posted in Jobs Board

7th Nov 19, 03:48 PM

Manager | Counselling & Family Services About the role

Manager | Counselling & Family Services

About the role

Located in Bankstown, BaptistCare Counselling & Family Services is seeking a full time or flexible part time Manager to join our team to provide leadership and management oversight to the Bankstown Centre, ensuring sustainable high quality service delivery and effective team and individual management, development and support, along with financial and risk management, stakeholder engagement and the identification of appropriate growth opportunities

At BaptistCare, we love what we do and the communities we help. With us you can deliver life transforming care, create a career you’ll love, and join a team who make a difference. We empower our staff by offering training opportunities and financial benefits including salary packaging and stability working for an industry-leading provider.

You can bring your unique set of skills and experiences to make a difference
You can manage and lead a team to deliver life transforming care
You can know you’re contributing to a purpose bigger than yourself

What you will need to succeed:
Essential qualifications & experience
▪ Tertiary qualifications in human or community services (e.g. counselling, psychology) and/or management related fields
▪ Extensive experience in counselling, group work, family services, domestic violence support or related services
▪ Experience at a Manager or Team Leader level in a Community Services oriented organisation

Essential Role Competencies
▪ Proven experience in an effective leadership and operations management role
▪ Demonstrated experience in financial management with the ability to interpret and manage budgets, working within service delivery and budget parameters
▪ Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to negotiate and work cooperatively to build services and liaise with key stakeholders
▪ Highly developed interpersonal, organisational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
▪ Highly developed use of information technology and client management systems for communication, evaluation, data collection and compliance
▪ Experience in Risk and Compliance Management
▪ Demonstrated Christian identity and ability to provide leadership in articulating BaptistCare’s purpose and values in management practices and stakeholder relationships

Desirable qualifications & experience
▪ Accreditation as a Clinical Supervisor
▪ Experience and training in relationship counselling

Functional Competencies
▪ Current driver’s license
▪ Willing to undergo a Police Check and have a Working with Children Check

Other Pre-requisites
▪ Hold a WWCC
▪ Registration with peak body such as PACFA, AHPRA, AASW

About Us
We love what we do and the communities we help. With us you can deliver life transforming care, create a career you’ll love, and join a team who make a difference.
We’re a not-for-profit organisation that connects with families, communities and thousands of individuals. You may know us for our aged care services -- we also give back to the community through domestic violence prevention initiatives, affordable housing, and offering no-interest loans to the disadvantaged.

If you would like to be considered for this role please email a cover letter addressing the selection criteria with a copy of your resume to Sarah Van Bentum on SVanB[email protected]

Applications close 19 November 2019

Successful applications will be subject to a police background check.

AR

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Agi Ricketts posted in Jobs Board

7th Nov 19, 03:40 PM
Updated 7th Nov 19, 03:49 PM by Agi Ricketts

Manager | Counselling & Family Services Every day you will feel pride in having made a difference to someone. About the role:

Manager | Counselling & Family Services

Every day you will feel pride in having made a difference to someone.
About the role:
Located in Tuggerah, BaptistCare Counselling & Family Services is seeking a full time or flexible part time Manager to join our team to provide leadership and management oversight to the Tuggerah Centre, ensuring sustainable high quality service delivery and effective team and individual management, development and support, along with financial and risk management, stakeholder engagement and the identification of appropriate growth opportunities.

At BaptistCare, we love what we do and the communities we help. With us you can deliver life transforming care, create a career you’ll love, and join a team who make a difference. We empower our staff by offering training opportunities and financial benefits including salary packaging and stability working for an industry-leading provider.

You can bring your unique set of skills and experiences to make a difference
You can manage and lead a team to deliver life transforming care
You can know you’re contributing to a purpose bigger than yourself

What you will need to succeed:
Essential qualifications & experience
▪ Tertiary qualifications in human or community services (e.g. counselling, psychology) and/or management related fields
▪ Extensive experience in counselling, group work, family services, domestic violence support or related services
▪ Experience at a Manager or Team Leader level in a Community Services oriented organisation

Essential Role Competencies
▪ Proven experience in an effective leadership and operations management role
▪ Demonstrated experience in financial management with the ability to interpret and manage budgets, working within service delivery and budget parameters
▪ Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to negotiate and work cooperatively to build services and liaise with key stakeholders
▪ Highly developed interpersonal, organisational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
▪ Highly developed use of information technology and client management systems for communication, evaluation, data collection and compliance
▪ Experience in Risk and Compliance Management
▪ Demonstrated Christian identity and ability to provide leadership in articulating BaptistCare’s purpose and values in management practices and stakeholder relationships

Desirable qualifications & experience
▪ Accreditation as a Clinical Supervisor
▪ Experience and training in relationship counselling

Functional Competencies
▪ Current driver’s license
▪ Willing to undergo a Police Check and have a Working with Children Check

Other Pre-requisites
▪ Hold a WWCC
▪ Registration with peak body such as PACFA, AHPRA, AASW

About Us
We love what we do and the communities we help. With us you can deliver life transforming care, create a career you’ll love, and join a team who make a difference.
We’re a not-for-profit organisation that connects with families, communities and thousands of individuals. You may know us for our aged care services -- we also give back to the community through domestic violence prevention initiatives, affordable housing, and offering no-interest loans to the disadvantaged.

If you would like to be considered for this role please email a cover letter addressing the selection criteria with a copy of your resume to Sarah Van Bentum on [email protected]

Applications close 19 November 2019

Successful applications will be subject to a police background check.

RP

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Rose Petranovic posted in Jobs Board

6th Nov 19, 05:27 PM

Early Years Support Service (EYSS) Family Support Worker - Part-time About the company: We are a leading independent not for profit community organisation. We embrace innovative service approaches and have over 40 years’ combined experience in providing programs and services to local people. We build community capacity and resilience. Our team consists of over 300 staff and almost 335 passionate volunteers. About the position:

Early Years Support Service (EYSS) Family Support Worker - Part-time

About the company:

We are a leading independent not for profit community organisation. We embrace innovative service approaches and have over 40 years’ combined experience in providing programs and services to local people. We build community capacity and resilience. Our team consists of over 300 staff and almost 335 passionate volunteers.

About the position:

3Bridges Community is currently recruiting for a Family Support Worker to establish a positive and collaborative relationship with our mothers and their babies/children. You will assist them to identify, link with and coordinate support with local communities, build skills, overcome barriers and achieve goals.

Mandatory:

• Valid Working With Children Check Clearance.
• Criminal History Clearance.
• Current Driver’s licence and access to a Comprehensively Insured vehicle.

Essential experience and skills:

• Experienced in dealing with issues faced by low-income and homeless families.
• A thorough understanding of services offered and systems to follow.
• Strong organisation skills and attention to detail to prepare reports, manage caseload and follow-up appointments.
• Good problem solving skills, tact and diplomacy.
• Proven experience in building and maintaining professional, client-focused relationships with stakeholders.
• Creative thinker with the ability to negotiate mutually beneficial partnerships.
• Computer literacy in word processing, database, internet and email software.
• Excellent communication skills, including advocacy and report writing skills.
• Understanding of Evidence based practice.

Desirable:

• Understanding of Recovery Orientated Practice Model.
• Tertiary Qualifications in Social Work, Health, Community Service or a relevant field.
• Strong administration skills and at least 3 years’ relevant child and family services experience.

The successful candidate must undergo a National Police Clearance prior to commencement.

As an EEO employer, we welcome applications from people of NESB and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.

To obtain an information pack visit http://3bridges.org.au/about-us/people/careers/

For further details please contact Caroline Tumeth on 1300 327 434. Please forward applications to [email protected]

Applicants must address the selection criteria above. Applicants who forward resume without addressing the criteria will not be considered.

Applications Close: Wednesday, 20 November 2019

RP

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Rose Petranovic posted in Jobs Board

6th Nov 19, 12:56 PM

Early Years Support Services (EYSS) Project Lead - Full-time About the company: We are a leading independent not for profit community organisation. We embrace innovative service approaches and have over 40 years’ combined experience in providing programs and services to local people. We build community capacity and resilience. Our team consists of over 300 staff and almost 335 passionate volunteers. About the position:

Early Years Support Services (EYSS) Project Lead - Full-time

About the company:

We are a leading independent not for profit community organisation. We embrace innovative service approaches and have over 40 years’ combined experience in providing programs and services to local people. We build community capacity and resilience. Our team consists of over 300 staff and almost 335 passionate volunteers.

About the position:

3Bridges Community is currently recruiting for a Project Lead to coordinate our Early Years Support Services (EYSS) program. This is a fantastic hands–on role where you will coordinate the management of this program to support new mothers, who are experiencing isolation and difficulties adjusting to motherhood and their babies. You will need to be comfortable in managing the requirements of our funding agreement, a specialist advisory panel, referral agencies and volunteers. Particular focus will be placed on our families from our CALD community, new arrivals to Australia, mothers where English is their second language.

Essential experience and skills:

• Relevant tertiary qualifications in health, nursing, midwifery.
• Relevant program management experience.
• Experience working with CALD communities, New Arrivals to Australia.
• Experience of working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
• Experience working with vulnerable families, children.
• Experience managing Volunteers.
• Personal resilience, leadership, conceptual capacity and relationship skills.
• Ability to drive a culture that values continuous improvement, stakeholder engagement.
• Experience working with individuals with a mental health diagnosis.

Desirable:

• Social Worker.

The successful candidate must undergo a National Police Clearance prior to commencement.

As an EEO employer, we welcome applications from people of NESB and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.

To obtain an information pack visit http://3bridges.org.au/about-us/people/careers/

For further details please contact Caroline Tumeth on 1300 327 434. Please forward applications to [email protected]

Applicants must address the selection criteria above. Applicants who forward resume without addressing the criteria will not be considered.

Applications Close: Wednesday, 20 November 2019

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