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Suzanne Piggott posted in Jobs Board

13th Oct 20, 01:56 PM

Training Café Assistant Full time or Part time Wilcannia CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to assist with the day to day operations of the Wilcannia Café. Providing a high standard of customer service as well as preparing and serving food and beverages.

Training Café Assistant
Full time or Part time
Wilcannia

CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to assist with the day to day operations of the Wilcannia Café. Providing a high standard of customer service as well as preparing and serving food and beverages.

You will also assist with cleaning, stock control, administration and promotion of the café. Supporting senior café staff to prepare and conduct functions and events.

This position may be full time or part time and offers a wonderful opportunity to work in partnership with local organisations, service providers and members of the community.

Initially, a maximum term contract will be offered until 24 December 2021. If further funding is made available, an additional contract may be offered to the incumbent. An attractive remuneration package is on offer commensurate with your qualifications and experience.

For further information about this position, contact Human Resources on 02 6850 1788.

For an Information Package and Selection Criteria, please visit:

Website: www.ccwf.org.au/about-us/positionsvacant
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 02 6850 1788

Applications close: 5.00 pm Friday, 30 October 2020

VW

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Valerie Watson posted in Jobs Board

8th Oct 20, 12:00 PM

FAMILY WORKER – GOULBURN – Part time 17.5hrs/wk The Home-Start Family Worker aims to improve the outcomes and well-being of families with children 0-8 years. The Home-Start Family Worker will provide support to families through professional home visiting and advocacy. They will also coordinate a small team of trained volunteer home visitors to support families in Goulburn and Crookwell. They will assist families with: • Parenting and practical life skills

FAMILY WORKER – GOULBURN – Part time 17.5hrs/wk
The Home-Start Family Worker aims to improve the outcomes and well-being of families with children 0-8 years.
The Home-Start Family Worker will provide support to families through professional home visiting and advocacy. They will also coordinate a small team of trained volunteer home visitors to support families in Goulburn and Crookwell.
They will assist families with:
• Parenting and practical life skills
• Understanding of child development
• Facilitating informal support groups and activities for parents
• Access and referral to other relevant services
This position is funded by Dept of Communities and Justice under Targeted Earlier Intervention
ALL APPLICANTS MUST OBTAIN AN INFORMATION PACKAGE AND ADDRESS THE SELECTION CRITERIA
Closing date 29th October 2020 - for an information package contact Michelle on 02 4952 9488 or email [email protected]

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Suzanne Piggott posted in Jobs Board

7th Oct 20, 02:46 PM

Youth Housing Support Worker BOURKE CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking a caring and enthusiastic individual to develop relationships with young people aged 12-18 years to assist their living situation and improve their engagement with family, work, education, training and their local community to help break the cycle of homelessness.

Youth Housing Support Worker
BOURKE

CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW.

We are seeking a caring and enthusiastic individual to develop relationships with young people aged 12-18 years to assist their living situation and improve their engagement with family, work, education, training and their local community to help break the cycle of homelessness.

This position is part time and has a maximum term contract to 18 June 2021. The role is based in Bourke and presents a wonderful opportunity to contribute to the local community.

An attractive remuneration package is on offer commensurate with your qualifications and experience. Only those who specifically address the Selection Criteria will be considered. For further information, please call Human Resources on 02 6850 1788.

For an Information Package and Selection Criteria, please visit:

Website: www.ccwf.org.au/about-us/positionsvacant
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 02 6850 1788

Applications close: 5.00 pm Monday, 26 October 2020

SP

HSNet Member

Suzanne Piggott posted in Jobs Board

7th Oct 20, 02:45 PM

Housing Support Worker Forbes or Parkes CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking a caring and enthusiastic individual to work as a Housing Support Worker in our Specialist Homelessness Service. The role is to provide case management support to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the Forbes and Parkes region.

Housing Support Worker
Forbes or Parkes

CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking a caring and enthusiastic individual to work as a Housing Support Worker in our Specialist Homelessness Service. The role is to provide case management support to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the Forbes and Parkes region.

This position is full time, based in either Forbes or Parkes and offers a wonderful opportunity to contribute to the wellbeing of others and assist your community.

Initially, a maximum term contract will be offered until 18 June 2021. If further funding is made available, an additional contract may be offered to the incumbent. An attractive remuneration package is on offer commensurate with your qualifications and experience.

For further information about this position, contact Human Resources on 02 6850 1788.

For an Information Package and Selection Criteria, please visit:

Website: www.ccwf.org.au/about-us/positionsvacant
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 02 6850 1788

Applications close: 5.00 pm Friday, 23 October 2020

SP

HSNet Member

Suzanne Piggott posted in Jobs Board

7th Oct 20, 02:43 PM
Updated 7th Oct 20, 02:43 PM by Suzanne Piggott

Trainee Administration & Support Officer, Forbes CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking an enthusiastic and energetic person who is self-motivated and enjoys working as part of a team.

Trainee Administration & Support Officer, Forbes

CatholicCare provides a broad range of innovative social services in response to the needs of communities in western NSW. We are seeking an enthusiastic and energetic person who is self-motivated and enjoys working as part of a team.

The position is full time, based in our Corporate Services office in Forbes and would suit a school-leaver. The position presents a wonderful opportunity to develop office skills through a traineeship program whilst working with an organisation which contributes to the well-being of others.

A maximum term contract will be offered until 24 December 2021. If additional funding is made available an additional contract maybe offered to the incumbent.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. For further information about the position, contact Melissa Byrnes on 02 6850 1788.

For an Information Package and Selection Criteria, please visit:

Website: www.ccwf.org.au/about-us/positionsvacant
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 02 6850 1788

Applications close: 5.00 pm Friday, 23 October 2020

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SWS Recovery College South West Sydney posted in Jobs Board

2nd Oct 20, 05:17 PM

Would you like to work with the South Western Sydney Recovery College team? Part Time Peer Trainer/Tutor position currently available – please see below for more information! This position closes 9am Monday 19th October Fixed Term - Part Time Peer Trainer/Tutor - South Western Sydney Recovery College Job No: MDS167 Location: Campbelltown

Would you like to work with the South Western Sydney Recovery College team?

Part Time Peer Trainer/Tutor position currently available – please see below for more information!

This position closes 9am Monday 19th October

Fixed Term - Part Time Peer Trainer/Tutor - South Western Sydney Recovery College
Job No: MDS167

Location: Campbelltown
Macarthur Disability Services (MDS) has been providing support to people with a disability, the frail aged and their carers for over 30 years. We actively promote the rights and aspirations of people with a disability to enrich lives and roles in the community through the provision of choice, opportunity and innovative service design.
We take great pride in what we do at MDS, and we work to foster for our employee’s a culture of integrity and honesty, accountability, equality and social justice, continuous improvement and a strength based approached, in line with the MDS values.
MDS believes our mission purpose is dependent on the collective efforts of our diverse workforce. MDS aims to use a competency based management strategy for Human Resources practices and to develop motivated teams who are driven, skilled and trained.
MDS offers a rewarding career with:
• Flexible Work practices
• Opportunity to make a difference
• Salary packaging
About the Opportunity
Recovery Colleges provide education platforms that bring together mental health consumers, carers and service providers to enable self-directed recovery and learning opportunities. Recovery Colleges are based on the community college model, with co-production central to the model. People with lived experience of mental illness are involved in every aspect of course development and delivery.
MDS is seeking to employ a fixed term, part-time Peer Trainer/Tutor for our South Western Sydney Recovery College. This position will provide and deliver recovery and wellbeing self-management related training, working within the co-design principles of South Western Sydney Recovery College.
Key Responsibilities for this position include:
• Co-design and deliver recovery and wellbeing self-management related training to students
• Organise delivery and subsequent follow up of all materials, resources and assessment tools
• Support, encourage and engage students, including students 12 – 25 years, in recovery oriented and wellbeing self-management learning activities and programs
• Promote the function, purpose and aims of SWS Recovery College to all potential and current stakeholders
The successful applicant will have:
• Demonstrated extensive experience in teaching/training and facilitation skills
• Demonstrated ability to develop training content
• Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g., Certificate IV or higher in Mental Health or equivalent) and demonstrated extensive experience
• Comprehensive understanding of, and commitment to recovery and mental health and physical wellbeing self-management principles
• Knowledge of defining features of a recovery college and ethos
• Able to deliver a range of different training and facilitation methods in line with adult learning principles
• Demonstrated knowledge and experience of working within a training framework
• Working with Children Clearance
• Drivers Licence
Desirable:
• Client and/or student database experience
• Previous experience working in a Recovery College setting
The position is part time on a fixed-term contract until June 2021. You will work 45.6 hours per fortnight - Days of work Monday, Tuesday Wednesday each week (However this may be negotiable with successful applicant). This role will require some after hours and weekend work. This role is covered under the SCHCADS Award Level 3 classification ($31.31 - $33.80) per hour). Also offered is salary packaging, flexible working hours, mobile phone and leave loading.
To apply for this position, please complete the application form below
Phone (02) 4621 8400 for further information.
Applications will not be considered unless the application form is completed at www.mdservices.com.au/careers
Applications close 9am, Monday 19th October 2020
It is essential that all applicants have the right to work in Australia. They must also have a current NSW driver’s license and access to their own vehicle. Applicants will be subject to a Criminal Record Check and are required to provide a clearance for working with children. MDS is an EEO Employer and a smoke free workplace.
MDS is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

KC

HSNet Member

Kristine Cooper posted in Jobs Board

30th Sep 20, 12:27 PM

EXECUTIVE OFFICER of a highly respected local community care organisation Peppercorn Services Inc. The Organisation Established in 2001 by Hawkesbury City Council, Peppercorn Services Inc. (Peppercorn) is responsible for managing and operating Council’s externally funded community services and a number of other external contracts. The Role

EXECUTIVE OFFICER of a highly respected local community care organisation
Peppercorn Services Inc.

The Organisation
Established in 2001 by Hawkesbury City Council, Peppercorn Services Inc. (Peppercorn) is responsible for managing and operating Council’s externally funded community services and a number of other external contracts.

The Role
Supported by an engaged and diverse board of directors, you will have a mandate and responsibility for leading the organisation through its next stage of growth and development, while continuing to progress the current breadth and quality of programs, services and partnerships.

Skills Required
• Five or more years senior non-profit management experience.
• Experience and skill in working with a Board of Directors.
• Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff.
• Demonstrated change management skills within an organisation.
• A history of successfully generating new revenue streams and improving financial results.

Personal Abilities
• Transparent and high integrity leadership.
• High level strategic thinking and planning.
• Ability to effectively communicate the organisation’s mission to donors, volunteers and the overall community.
• Strong public speaking ability.

If you’re a values based leader and want to build your career with this value driven community based organisation, please submit a cover letter responding to the skills required section above, together with your Resume. Applications can be made by email to [email protected]. Applications close Monday, 12 October 2020

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