Vacant Positions

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Cultural Trainer- Aboriginal Identified Position

KWY is renowned for providing Cultural training and consultancy to Government, and Non-Government organisations in the Domestic Violence, Child Protection and Homelessness sector. Our training supports organisations to deliver culturally sensitive services and create a culturally safe working environment for their staff.

 

This is an exciting position where you will get the opportunity to develop and deliver trainings as a core component of KWY’s business in a small and passionate team.

You are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person with demonstrated experience of delivering training. You will possess strong communication skills, be highly motivated, and adaptable. You will be someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and are confident working autonomously.

Kinship Care Assessment Worker

The Kinship Carer Assessment worker is responsible for conducting high-quality carer assessments and provide recommendations for the ongoing support of kinships carers to provide safe and nurturing kinship placements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in care. This includes completion of face-to-face interviews with kinship carers, documentation and analysis of assessment competencies and the gathering of additional reports including Health Checks, Referee Checks and Third-Party Reports. The position is located in metropolitan Adelaide.

The successful applicant will possess skills, experience, and knowledge in working with Aboriginal people to support them with their role as Kinship Carers. The Kinship Carer Support Worker operate within a therapeutic, trauma informed framework. The applicant would have demonstrated knowledge of case management and working with Aboriginal families. 

Youth / Child Practitioner

A new position has become available due to the expansion of programs in KWY. This is an opportunity to be part of a multi-disciplinary team. 

Practitioners engage young people and children who are experiencing child protection concerns. Practitioners focuses on improving the safety and wellbeing of the family members.  

Practitioners work closely within multi-agency teams to collaboratively assess risk and put safety measures in place. Practitioners provide intensive and therapeutic support, advocacy, and information. Engagement takes place in a variety of settings including phone calls, face to face meetings in an outreach setting, this may include home visits.  

The successful applicant will possess skills, experience, and knowledge in working with Aboriginal people to address Child Protection and Domestic and Family Violence concerns. The Practitioners will operate within a therapeutic, trauma-informed framework. The applicant would have demonstrated knowledge of case management and working with Aboriginal families.