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Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

17th Jan 18, 04:14 PM

OOSh Coordinators and Educators About 3Bridges 3Bridges Community is a vibrant, community organisation providing a variety of programs and services to the communities of South Eastern Sydney. Our team consists of 140 staff and almost 300 passionate volunteers. Our children’s services have all been rated as Meeting or Exceeding National Quality Standards. Our Children’s Services team are seeking qualified applicants for the following roles:

OOSh Coordinators and Educators

About 3Bridges
3Bridges Community is a vibrant, community organisation providing a variety of programs and services to the communities of South Eastern Sydney. Our team consists of 140 staff and almost 300 passionate volunteers.

Our children’s services have all been rated as Meeting or Exceeding National Quality Standards.

Our Children’s Services team are seeking qualified applicants for the following roles:
• Coordinators – Full-time Mon- Fri - Covering before, After school care and vacation care shifts
• Assistant Coordinators – 30 hrs/wk Mon- Fri in before & after school & up to 38 hrs/ wk during school holidays.
• Educators - Casual and Perm, part time to support our Before and/or After School Care & Vacation Care.

Placement will be at sites in the Rockdale & Penshurst areas.

A Children’s Services Coordinator OOSH are required to act as Responsible Person and Educational Leader. The successful applicant will need at least 1 year’s experience leading a team in continuous improvement against the National Quality Standards and regulatory compliance; and must meet the essential selection criteria.

Assistant Coordinator’s main focus will be in assisting the Coordinator in the day to day operation of before, after school and vacation care services, and including the planning and improvement of school aged care service in compliance with National Quality Framework.

You will be able to facilitate experiences to engage and challenge children aged 5-12 and work collaboratively to ensure their safety and wellbeing while reflecting on and continuously improving practice outcomes.

To be successful in this role, you will need:
• Diploma or Certificate IV Children’s Services, OOSH, Recreation; or Degree or Diploma Primary Teaching.
• First Aid, Asthma, Anaphylaxis management certification
• Valid working with Children Check clearance
• CHCCHILD401A - Identify and Respond to Children and Young People at Risk.

Essential selection criteria
• Experience in the planning, delivery and evaluation of programs for children aged 5 to12 years within a care and education or recreational setting.
• At least one year (Coordinator) or six months (Assistant Coordinator) leadership experience in a school aged care and education centre.
• Capacity to be approved as a Certified Supervisor.
• Capacity and willingness to consent to and fulfil the obligations of a Responsible Person in Coordinator absence including ensuring children’s health and hygiene, safety and wellbeing, risk management.
• Demonstrated capacity to comply with and lead other educators in the implementation of children’s service policies and procedures
• Demonstrated skills in the supervision and positive behaviour management of school aged children.
• A working knowledge of the National Quality Standards and a commitment to continuous quality improvement and to children learning through play.
• Demonstrated effective team leadership skills and an ability to direct and develop staff on-the-job.
• Demonstrate understanding and knowledge of the Care and Education Services National Regulations 2011, the My Time, Our Place: Framework for School Aged Care in Australia, Children’s Care and Protection legislation and Duty of Care principles.
• Understanding of needs of children from Aboriginal, CALD backgrounds and/ or with additional needs and ability to accommodate these needs within the program.

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/

Further details regarding the role, please contact Tina Warner on 1300 327 434.

Please forward applications to [email protected]

Applicants must address the selection criteria to be considered.

Applications close: 31 January 2018

RK

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Rachel Kershaw posted in Jobs Board

17th Jan 18, 03:41 PM
Updated 17th Jan 18, 04:10 PM by Rachel Kershaw

2 Positions Vacant at Youth Solutions: COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING OFFICER: - Temporary Position, Maternity Leave Cover, fixed task contract for a period of up to 12 months (January 2019) - Part time hours (21 hours per week, core hours may be worked over 3 or 4 days) Applications close January 28 For more information: https://youthsolutions.com.au/submenu/employment-opportunities/ COMMUNITY RELATIONS & EVENTS OFFICER:

2 Positions Vacant at Youth Solutions:

COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING OFFICER:

- Temporary Position, Maternity Leave Cover, fixed task contract for a period of up to 12 months (January 2019)
- Part time hours (21 hours per week, core hours may be worked over 3 or 4 days)

Applications close January 28

For more information:
https://youthsolutions.com.au/submenu/employment-opportunities/

COMMUNITY RELATIONS & EVENTS OFFICER:

- Temporary Position, Maternity Leave Cover, fixed task contract for a period of up to 12 months (January 2019)
- Part time hours (21 hours per week, core hours may be worked over 3 or 4 days)

Applications close January 28

For more information:
https://youthsolutions.com.au/submenu/employment-opportunities/

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etienne gilbert posted in Jobs Board

17th Jan 18, 12:11 PM
Updated 17th Jan 18, 12:13 PM by etienne gilbert

Casual Recruitment Casual Youth Educator / Program Facilitator / Case Worker The Organisation: The Business Education Network ("BEN") is a Northern Eastern Sydney based charity that supports young people to successfully transition from adolescence to adulthood. We have been in operation since 1997 and have offered a broad range of government funded support programmes and fee for service programmes to school based young people.

Casual Recruitment

Casual Youth Educator / Program Facilitator / Case Worker

The Organisation:
The Business Education Network ("BEN") is a Northern Eastern Sydney based charity that supports young people to successfully transition from adolescence to adulthood. We have been in operation since 1997 and have offered a broad range of government funded support programmes and fee for service programmes to school based young people.

Our philosophy mirrors that of a village raising a child and we utilize the synergy between education, business/industry and community to achieve this.

The Opportunity:
Based on the successful acquisition of expanded Links to Learning funding, we are seeking to recruit 2-3 passionate and suitably experienced Casual Youth Educator / Program Facilitator / Case Worker to join our multidisciplinary team at our base at Ingleside on Sydney's Northern Beaches as support is required throughout the year.

The Links to Learning programme is designed to re-engage and support young people from school year 8 to 11 who have had difficulty in attending and engaging in mainstream education. The goal for our Links to Learning programme is to ensure that students strengthen their foundation skills and re-engage student’s interest back in school. This also means ensuring that students also possess the personal and social skills required to move onto the next stage of learning after their return back to school.

The successful candidate/s will be experienced in working with young people who have been unable to succeed and have disengaged from mainstream education. You will be passionate about reengaging these students through the fostering of positive and professional relationships. You will be required to develop, plan, deliver and evaluate workshop based activities as part of a team in alignment with raising foundation skill/life skills within the students. You will also provide basic case management and support to young people who are experiencing multiple barriers and assist in implementing social and personal supports.

You will be flexible and able to adapt to the many and diverse needs of working with "at risk" young people in an educational setting, ensuring your practice is consistent with cultural, gender, developmental and other individual needs. You will be experience and comfortable in youth programs, lesson plans, workshops and sessions development. You will have a natural ability in the facilitation of group activities and also comfortable working one on one with young people.

The positions require staff members who can work effectively as an individual and as a member of a small team who operate within a multidisciplinary framework. Sound engagement skills and the ability to establish and develop professional relationships that support families and assists student academic and personal achievement. The successful candidate will be required to work in partnership with other support agencies as well as District Education Offices.
The candidates will also possess competent levels of written and interpersonal skills and be competent in using Microsoft and other computer programs. Prior knowledge of education, training pathways, minimum school leaving requirements, foundation skills, child protection and alternative education programs is desirable.

Qualifications
* Youth Work, Social Work or an appropriate University Level Community Services Qualification
Other requirements
* Valid First Aid Certified
* Valid National Police Clearance
* Valid Working with Children's Check
* Current 'C' class NSW driver's licence

The positions are due to commence in early March 2018.

The Business Education Network is a registered charity and can offer excellent Fringe Benefits opportunities including salary sacrifice. The position is aligned to the Social, Community, Home Care and Disabilites Services Award, Level 4/5 dependant on experience.

To apply:
Please respond to the above criteria to [email protected] Subject Line: L2L Youth Educator / Program Facilitator / Case Worker 2017 including your CV and your cover letter.

GD

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Geeta Dhir posted in Jobs Board

17th Jan 18, 09:56 AM
Updated 17th Jan 18, 09:58 AM by Geeta Dhir

Position Vacant:

SENIOR ABORIGINAL ENGAGEMENT AND WELLNESS OFFICER
(based in Macquarie Park, servicing the Northern Sydney Region- travel costs subsidised)

Relationship Australia
Macquarie Park, NSW

Part time- 4 days per week role

To apply: http://ransw1.applynow.net.au/jobs/RANSW233-senior-aboriginal-community-engagement-wellness-officer

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Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

16th Jan 18, 03:48 PM

Community Support Workers - Casuals About 3Bridges 3Bridges Community is a growing, vibrant, not for profit community organisation providing a variety of government funded services to the communities of South Eastern Sydney. About the position 3Bridges Community is currently recruiting for Support Workers to work in the Eastern Suburbs and Southern Suburbs as Community Support Workers, working with the Aged and with people with a Disability. Positions Available

Community Support Workers - Casuals

About 3Bridges
3Bridges Community is a growing, vibrant, not for profit community organisation providing a variety of government funded services to the communities of South Eastern Sydney.

About the position
3Bridges Community is currently recruiting for Support Workers to work in the Eastern Suburbs and Southern Suburbs as Community Support Workers, working with the Aged and with people with a Disability.

Positions Available
- Support Workers providing social support 1 to 1, social support groups and support in the home.
- Support Workers providing personal care for clients living in their own homes. This will include, but not limited to: showering, dressing, grooming and domestic assistance.

Essential experience or skills
- Demonstrated experience in working with vulnerable people who are frail aged or have a disability.
- Experience working with people from CALD backgrounds and/or people with complex needs.
- Strong communication skills and experience working as part of a team.
- Current unrestricted Australian drivers licence, registration and CTP insurance.
- An understanding of Work Health Safety issues.
- Ability to work flexibly and work in the St George region, Sutherland Shire, Inner West and Eastern Sydney suburbs.

Desirable criteria
- Certificate III in Aged Care or Disability Work or other relevant qualification.
- Demonstrated experience in providing personal care and/or working with NDIS or Home Care Package clients.
- Second Language
- First Aid certificate.

What we offer
- Career development and training.
- Excellent employment conditions.
- Competitive hourly rate, loadings and salary packaging benefits.
- Once working in the program - possible opportunities for moving to a permanent role.
- Great career advancement opportunities.

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 or Michelle Percuoco 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: 16th February 2018

SM

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stephanie mccamley posted in Jobs Board

10th Jan 18, 02:15 PM

VOLUNTEER POSITION - CLIENT SERVICES OFFICER 2 DAYS A WEEK We are a Community Transit Organisation based in the Sutherland Shire transporting over 3000 people Door to Door with Care. That’s the Activus Transport promise to our customers. We are hoping to engage the services of a volunteer Client Services Officer to help the team with client bookings. If you would like to know more about the role, download the position description below.

VOLUNTEER POSITION - CLIENT SERVICES OFFICER 2 DAYS A WEEK
We are a Community Transit Organisation based in the Sutherland Shire transporting over 3000 people Door to Door with Care. That’s the Activus Transport promise to our customers.
We are hoping to engage the services of a volunteer Client Services Officer to help the team with client bookings. If you would like to know more about the role, download the position description below.

Email your resume to [email protected]

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Angela Gauci posted in Jobs Board

9th Jan 18, 05:20 PM

JOB VACANT: TEAM LEADER (FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAMS) Our client, Bridging the Gap (BTG) is seeking a professional to join their team in the role of Team Leader for Brighter Futures & Youth Hope programs. Your new employer…

JOB VACANT: TEAM LEADER (FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAMS)

Our client, Bridging the Gap (BTG) is seeking a professional to join their team in the role of Team Leader for Brighter Futures & Youth Hope programs.

Your new employer…
BTG is an independent, not for profit, community organisation who fosters a friendly, highly productive work environment. BTG is a Christian organisation so it’s important all staff adhere to the Mission and Values of the organisation. Applicants are encouraged to view these statements on their website:
www.btg.org.au

Does your personal mission statement align with that of BTG: “To serve and build hope in those who are abused, neglected, lonely, disadvantaged or hurting in our community. We aim to equip, empower and grow children, young people and families.” If so, read on…

Your new job…
Reporting to the Program Manager, this role manages 6 staff in the Brighter Futures and Youth Hope teams.

The Brighter Futures and Youth Hope programs support families with children aged between 0-8 and 9-15 years in the provision of an integrated, child and young person focused case management service focused on resolving concerns for children’s safety, welfare and wellbeing and strengthening the family unit.

The role is Full Time at 37.5 hours per week and is permanent as funding allows. Salary will be paid in accordance with the NSW SCHADS Award and this role will be classified at Level 6, pay point to be determined based on experience. The role is based in St Marys and will require some travel as necessary. Pool cars are available for use however there may be occasions where use of a personal car may be required therefore a current driver’s license and a registered vehicle are required.

What you’ll need to succeed…
Your experience will include a strong background in child protection as well as evidence of successful team leadership. You will be passionate about supporting children and families and bring a sound knowledge of the community sector to the role.

As an integral member of the leadership team, you will share the vision, mission and beliefs of the organisation.

Are you a relational leader and consider yourself highly organized, with strong experience in child protection, then this may be the role for you!

What to do now…
Find Information Pack attached, or contact us on (02) 4555 4634 for more information.

If this sounds like your next opportunity, don’t delay, apply today!

Closing date: COB (5pm) Monday 29th January 2018

Previous applicants need not apply

All applicants will be required to provide current clearance of a NSW Working with Children Check as well as a recent Police Check.

AB

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Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

9th Jan 18, 02:21 PM

MY AGED CARE SPECIALIST About the company. 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 build community capacity and resilience. Our team consists of 140 staff and almost 300 passionate volunteers. About the role.

MY AGED CARE SPECIALIST

About the company.
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 build community capacity and resilience. Our team consists of 140 staff and almost 300 passionate volunteers.

About the role.
An exciting opportunity for a My Aged Care Specialist to assist in the day to day operation of the ‘My Aged Care’ gateway. The main responsibilities include responding to enquiries and providing information on 3Bridges services and assisting in the assessment and the registration process of potential customers through the ‘My Aged Care’ Gateway.

This is a part time position of approximately 15.2 hours per week, working days being Thursday and Friday

Essential experience or skills
• Understanding of and/or experience in the health and aged care service sectors.
• Demonstrated computer skills with capacity to learn and use electronic reporting systems.
• Experience in client assessment.
• Good organisational and problem solving skills.
• Strong Communication and interpersonal skills.
• Previous experience in waitlist management and booking systems.
• Ability to manage competing priorities.
• Proven skills in relationship management with both internal and external stakeholders.
• Proven ability to work in busy environment, skills in time management and ability to prioritise.
• Ability to work effectively in a team.
• An understanding of Work Health Safety issues.

Desirable criteria
• Previous experience caring for older frail people.
• Second Language.

Benefits.
• Attractive salary with salary sacrifice options
• Flexible work options

To obtain an information pack visit 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].

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

Applications Close: Friday 19th January, 2018

GL

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Graham Lane posted in Jobs Board

9th Jan 18, 12:22 PM

The Central Coast Youth Health Service is looking for a suitably qualified and experienced Registered Nurse to join its team of motivated and enthusiastic health professionals, providing high quality healthcare for young people, 12 to 24 years of age, through outreach clinics and health promotion across the Central Coast region. For more information and how to apply click on this link: http://e.rfer.us/HEALTHNSWGOVGe410C

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