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Marguerite Hanshaw posted in Community Announcements

19th Jun 19, 09:40 AM

Looking for a provider for your next first aid certificate training ? TLK Community College runs courses in all areas of first aid qualifications including:- *HLTAID003 Provide First Aid, *HLTAID004 Provide emergency first aid response in an education and care setting, including Asthma and Anaphylaxis, *HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation You can either train at our location in Tuggerah or we can bring the training to you.

Looking for a provider for your next first aid certificate training ?

TLK Community College runs courses in all areas of first aid qualifications including:-

*HLTAID003 Provide First Aid,
*HLTAID004 Provide emergency first aid response in an education and care setting, including Asthma and Anaphylaxis,
*HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

You can either train at our location in Tuggerah or we can bring the training to you.

Phone TLK Community College on 4353 0017 for booking

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Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

17th Jun 19, 04:54 PM

Business Partner (Service Development & Promotion) • Opportunity to join a leading local community service organisation. • Full-time position. • A competitive remuneration package with salary packaging options. About us: Bridges Community is a growing, vibrant, not for profit community organisation providing a variety of community to the communities of South Eastern Sydney. We have a strong desire to increase the impact of our interventions by embracing evidence based practices.

Business Partner (Service Development & Promotion)

• Opportunity to join a leading local community service organisation.
• Full-time position.
• A competitive remuneration package with salary packaging options.

About us:

Bridges Community is a growing, vibrant, not for profit community organisation providing a variety of community to the communities of South Eastern Sydney. We have a strong desire to increase the impact of our interventions by embracing evidence based practices.

About the role:

The Business Partner will work with Directors and Managers to identify and promote cause aligned issues and community needs positioning these for funding, small grants and philanthropic opportunities. The Business partner will research, partner to develop the project scope for funding and collaborate in designing the services upon being commissioned for delivery. They will ensure evaluation is integrated into design and that outcomes and impact are identified and measured to assist in further service development and social impact. A key part of the role is to position 3Bridges through thought leadership and relationship development to achieve our strategic goals.

About you:

You will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of vulnerable people and will have:

1. Tertiary qualification in social services, health, community or a relevant discipline.
2. High level written and analytical skills with experience with grant writing in the community sector.
3. Proven communications and negotiations skills.
4. Collaborative skills to form opportunities for partnership and philanthropy with the support of the broader management team.
5. Knowledge and experience in sourcing, designing or developing evidenced based services to meet identified need.
6. Relationship development and project management experience with Managers to achieve the agreed business growth targets.

We can offer:

• The opportunity to join a friendly and progressive team in a rapidly expanding and dynamic organisation.

• Benefits including salary packaging, leave purchase opportunities,

flexible working arrangements, access to EAP and professional development.

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 Rosemary Bishop on 1300 327 434.

Please forward applications to [email protected].

Applicants must address the selection criteria above (items 1 to 6).

Applicants who forward a resume without addressing the criteria will not be considered.

Applications Close: 24 June 2019.

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Liming Ma posted in Community Announcements

17th Jun 19, 10:53 AM

A community event in Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Community College in Hornsby. Features specialists in mental health to help promote the event’s theme ‘health & happiness for a positive mind’. Also includes community stalls and leisure activities to promote healthy lifestyle.

For further information please contact : Inga Rosenberg,  [email protected]

A community event in Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Community College in Hornsby. Features specialists in mental health to help promote the event’s theme ‘health & happiness for a positive mind’. Also includes community stalls and leisure activities to promote healthy lifestyle.

For further information please contact : Inga Rosenberg,  [email protected]

Please see the detail in attached flyer.

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Geeta Dhir posted in Jobs Board

17th Jun 19, 09:57 AM

RELATIONSHIP EDUCATOR • Leading Not-For-Profit Organisation • A fantastic opportunity to join the existing team of Relationship Educator/Group Facilitator • Casual employment opportunity based in Broadmeadow - Hunter

RELATIONSHIP EDUCATOR

• Leading Not-For-Profit Organisation
• A fantastic opportunity to join the existing team of Relationship Educator/Group Facilitator
• Casual employment opportunity based in Broadmeadow - Hunter

Relationships Australia NSW (RANSW) believes everyone is entitled to positive, supportive and healthy relationships. Our work is centred on building strong family relationships and community connections. As a leading independent non-profit organisation, we focus on those in greatest need, and we conduct our work with respect for difference and social inclusiveness.

An exciting opportunity currently exists to join the Hunter Centre based at Broadmeadow as Relationship Educator, specifically to run -The Pre-Sentencing Early Intervention Program - ENGAGE

This successful applicants will have a sound understanding of issues affecting couples, families and children including family safety.

This is a casual role and work is dependent upon the group schedule set each term. The successful candidate may be required to work outside of normal office hours (i.e. after 5pm and Saturdays).

About the role

Some of the responsibilities will include:

• To provide quality client service in Relationship Education Group work programs;
• Able to manage complex, challenging client situations including domestic violence, men’s violence and children;
• Able to engage with the LGBTIQ+, CaLD and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities;
• To work as part of a team to develop the Relationship Education program and courses;
• To actively promote Relationship Education services within RANSW’s integrated service provision model.

About the successful candidates

This is a casual position and the qualifications, skills and experience will include:

• Relevant qualifications in counselling, psychology, social work, health promotion, adult education, community welfare or similar field (minimum Diploma level) including group work training;
• Experience responding to domestic violence and to identify and assess risk for all family members;
• Demonstrated understanding of the complexities of family relationships and the impact of issues affecting couples, families and children including family safety;
• Willingness to participate in clinical supervision and professional development to improve practice and co-leaderships;
• Ability to relate to a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds.

How to Apply

We enjoy salary packaging and a number of non-salary benefits that have been designed to assist in our personal and career growth and wellbeing.

Click on the link below to get more information and to apply:

https://ransw1.applynow.net.au/jobs/RANSW414

RANSW is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and recognises the importance of attracting the right people for the right job. Candidates are selected in accordance with pre-determined selection criteria.
RANSW is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, this is a core part of our Reconciliation Action Plan. Australia’s First Peoples are encouraged to apply for this role. RANSW's RAP can be found at:
http://www.relationshipsnsw.org.au/about-us/stretch-reconciliation-action-plan/

This role has no formal closing date, we will review applications as they are received, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

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HSNet Member

Suzi Kenney posted in Jobs Board

14th Jun 19, 03:33 PM

Aboriginal Community Worker • Permanent part time – 28 hours per week • Salary range – SCHCADS Level 4.4 per annum plus superannuation and salary sacrificing • Located in Bowral, NSW

Aboriginal Community Worker

• Permanent part time – 28 hours per week
• Salary range – SCHCADS Level 4.4 per annum plus superannuation and salary sacrificing
• Located in Bowral, NSW

Highlands Community Centres Inc. (HCC) believes that all people living in the Wingecarribee Shire should have access to equitable opportunities and support. HCC works to achieve this through support, advocacy, and working collaboratively and inclusively within the community to provide life improving services and programs for children, young people and families. We provide information, advice and assisted referrals, as well as offering a range of programs and services. HCC recognises the unique needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Wingecarribee Shire. This position looks to offer a service that provides a response, culturally sensitive approach to the needs of our local Aboriginal community.

An exciting opportunity has become available for an Aboriginal Community Worker to join the HCC team, based at Stafford Cottage and Highlands Youth Hub.

In this role, the successful applicant will assist children, young people and families in crisis or in need through appropriate support and referral to relevant services. This can involve working with people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, clients who are experiencing domestic or family violence, housing issues, family and relationship problems, legal problems, financial crisis and other social issues. Networking and raising awareness of community issues through engagement with interagency networks and other stakeholders is also a key component of this role. The Aboriginal Community Worker is also responsible for the design, implementation and delivery of short programs for clients.

For a detailed job description, please contact Suzi Kenney on 02 4862 1122, or [email protected].

Selection Criteria:
Essential:
• Aboriginality (Aboriginality is considered a genuine occupational qualification provided by s. 14 of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act 1977).
• Minimum 4 years experience in a similar role
• Current Working With Children Check
Desirable:
• Cert IV qualification or higher in Community Services or other relevant area.
• Current Police/Criminal History Check
• Current First Aid qualification
• Min. Class C Drivers Licence.
Skills & Knowledge:
• Demonstrated commitment to the principles of social justice and equity.
• Experience working with the Aboriginal community.
• Experience working with the community, particularly those in disadvantaged circumstances.
• Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to build rapport and trust with clients.
• Demonstrated understanding of quality improvement initiatives.
• Understanding of the legislative and regulatory requirements relevant to the role.
• Experience leading a program/project from design to implementation to evaluation.
• Understanding of the role of advocacy, and thorough knowledge of community sector.
• Able to conduct needs assessments, analyse and put forward solutions to identified community issues.
• Competent IT user including computer systems, email, social media and web-based programs.

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 14th July 2019

How to apply: Email your resume and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria to [email protected].

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Geeta Dhir posted in Jobs Board

13th Jun 19, 04:16 PM

RELATIONSHIP EDUCATOR • Leading Not-For-Profit Organisation • A fantastic opportunity to join the existing team of Relationship Educator/Group Facilitator • Casual employment opportunity based in Penrith

RELATIONSHIP EDUCATOR

• Leading Not-For-Profit Organisation
• A fantastic opportunity to join the existing team of Relationship Educator/Group Facilitator
• Casual employment opportunity based in Penrith

Relationships Australia NSW (RANSW) believes everyone is entitled to positive, supportive and healthy relationships. Our work is centred on building strong family relationships and community connections. As a leading independent non-profit organisation, we focus on those in greatest need, and we conduct our work with respect for difference and social inclusiveness.

An exciting opportunity currently exists to join the Penrith Centre as Relationship Educator.

This successful applicant will have a sound understanding of issues affecting couples, families and children including family safety;

This is a casual role and work is dependent upon the group schedule set each term. The successful candidate may be required to work outside of normal office hours (i.e. after 5pm and Saturdays).

About the role

Some of the responsibilities will include:

• To provide quality client service in Relationship Education Group work programs;
• Able to manage complex, challenging client situations including domestic violence, men’s violence and children;
• Able to engage with the LGBTIQ+, CaLD and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities;
• To work as part of a team to develop the Relationship Education program and courses;
• To actively promote Relationship Education services within RANSW’s integrated service provision model.

About the successful candidates

This is a casual position and the qualifications, skills and experience will include:

• Relevant qualifications in counselling, psychology, social work, health promotion, adult education, community welfare or similar field (minimum Diploma level) including group work training;
• Experience responding to domestic violence and to identify and assess risk for all family members;
• Demonstrated understanding of the complexities of family relationships and the impact of issues affecting couples, families and children including family safety;
• Willingness to participate in clinical supervision and professional development to improve practice and co-leaderships;
• Ability to relate to a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds.

How to Apply

We enjoy salary packaging and a number of non-salary benefits that have been designed to assist in our personal and career growth and wellbeing.

Click on the link below to get more information and to apply:

https://ransw1.applynow.net.au/jobs/RANSW413

RANSW is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and recognises the importance of attracting the right people for the right job. Candidates are selected in accordance with pre-determined selection criteria.
RANSW is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, this is a core part of our Reconciliation Action Plan. Australia’s First Peoples are encouraged to apply for this role. RANSW's RAP can be found at:
http://www.relationshipsnsw.org.au/about-us/stretch-reconciliation-action-plan/

This role has no formal closing date, we will review applications as they are received, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

AB

HSNet Member

Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

13th Jun 19, 11:09 AM

OSHC Casual Educators About 3Bridges: 3Bridges Community is a vibrant, community organisation providing a variety of programs and services to the communities of South Eastern Sydney and beyond. Our team consists of over 200 staff and almost 335 passionate volunteers. We operate 8 Outside School Hours Care services across Sydney and we have a reputation for delivering the highest quality services. Our Children’s Services Team are seeking :

OSHC Casual Educators

About 3Bridges:

3Bridges Community is a vibrant, community organisation providing a variety of programs and services to the communities of South Eastern Sydney and beyond. Our team consists of over 200 staff and almost 335 passionate volunteers.

We operate 8 Outside School Hours Care services across Sydney and we have a reputation for delivering the highest quality services.

Our Children’s Services Team are seeking :

• Educators – Casual to support our OSHC service located in Penshurst, Mortdale, Narwee, Penshurst West, Summer Hill, Mascot, Rockdale, Mileprra as rostered.

Educators work as a team to create a warm, caring play environment that supports children’s needs and interests.

You will be able to facilitate experiences to engage and challenge school children aged 4-12 and work collaboratively to ensure their safety and wellbeing while continuously improving practice on the job.

To be successful in this role, you will need:
• First Aid - HLTAID004 Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting
• Valid working with Children Check clearance

Essential experience or skills:

• Understanding of the needs and development of children aged 4 to 12 years
• Ability to communicate effectively with children, families and other educators
• Ability to positively manage and guide children’s behaviours
• Ability to work effectively as part of a team
• Ability to plan and conduct children’s activities that meet their needs and interests
• Capacity to identify and take action to manage risk
• Good planning and evaluation skills
• Willingness to work as part of a team to include children with additional needs.
• Current Supervisor Certificate, or capacity to gain
• Knowledge of the National Quality Framework

This is an ideal role for tertiary students (School Age Education & Care, Early Childhood, Teaching) to practice learning on the job and work as available before, after school and during school holidays.

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: 26 June 2019

AB

HSNet Member

Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

12th Jun 19, 01:37 PM

Community Care Intake Officer 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

Community Care Intake Officer

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

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 part time position of approximately 22.8 hours per week – 3 days per week.

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: 25 June 2019

GD

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Geeta Dhir posted in Jobs Board

11th Jun 19, 03:04 PM

BROKERAGE/INTAKE ADMINISTRATION OFFICER • Seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Intake Administration Officer • Part-time opportunity working 3 days per week • Based in Parramatta/ Harris Park • Fantastic opportunity for those seeking a work/life balance • Salary Packaging available

BROKERAGE/INTAKE ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
• Seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Intake Administration Officer
• Part-time opportunity working 3 days per week
• Based in Parramatta/ Harris Park
• Fantastic opportunity for those seeking a work/life balance
• Salary Packaging available

Relationships Australia NSW (RANSW) believes everyone is entitled to positive, supportive and healthy relationships. Our work is centred on building strong family relationships and community connections. As a leading independent non-profit organisation, we focus on those in greatest need, and we conduct our work with respect for difference and social inclusiveness.

We are looking for a Brokerage/ Intake Administration Officer, to join the team in Wattle Place at Harris Park/ Parramatta. If you have a background in managing brokerage, administration and Support, and would enjoy making a positive social impact through the work you do, this could be the right role for you.

About the role

In this role you will provide brokerage, intake and administrative support to a range of programs delivered at Wattle Place.
Some of the duties would include:
• Providing quality customer service in a warm & empathic manner;
• Coordinate and process brokerage requests;
• Intake assessments of new clients;
• Data entry, maintain accurate data collection and record systems;
• Management of financial transaction and accurate documentation;

This is a fixed term maternity leave contract until 08 May 2020, working part time 3 days per week.

About the successful candidate

• Minimum of 3 year’s experience in a role requiring the collection and assessment of client/customer information;
• Demonstrated experience and proficiency in administering programs and/or activities that include a strong component of financial transactions;
• Experience working with clients or within services that work with vulnerable people who have complex support needs
• Understanding of the history of institutional and out of home care in Australia and of the issues/ barriers faced by Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants and the long term impact of out-of–home care on childhood development.
• High level skills in the use of the Microsoft Office suite of programs

How to Apply

Candidates MUST apply online and answer the role selection criteria’s. For more information about the role and details on how to apply, visit the link below:
https://ransw1.applynow.net.au/jobs/RANSW410

RANSW is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and recognises the importance of attracting the right people for the right job. Candidates are selected in accordance with pre-determined selection criteria.
RANSW is committed to creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, this is a core part of our Reconciliation Action Plan. Australia’s First Peoples are encouraged to apply for this role. RANSW's RAP can be found at:
http://www.relationshipsnsw.org.au/about-us/stretch-reconciliation-action-plan/

This role has no formal closing date, we will review applications as they are received, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

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