Vacant Positions

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Team Leader

The Team Leader will ensure their team are positioned to provide exceptional services to Aboriginal children and families, by providing clinical expertise to staff.  The Team Leader provides staff supervision and support with clinical case direction to ensure their team deliver high quality supports to vulnerable people. 

The successful applicant will have pervious experience in managing, leading or supervising staff. You will possess skills, experience, and knowledge in working with Aboriginal people to address Child Protection and Domestic and Family Violence concerns. 

Family Practitioner - Multiple roles available

Practitioners engage family members who may be experiencing domestic violence and/or 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.  

Family Reunification Practitioner

The Reunification Practitioner (Practitioner) works closely with families and the Department of Child Protection (DCP) to create a reunification plan that makes it safe for children in out of home care to return to the full-time care of their parents. The Practitioner works within multi-agency teams to collaboratively assess risk and put safety measures in place. Practitioner provides 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 and their communities. The Practitioner will operate within a culturally therapeutic, trauma informed framework. The applicant would have demonstrated knowledge of the child protection statutory system, complex case management and working with Aboriginal families.