We enable children in Out Of Home Care (OOHC) to achieve to their highest potential. We support their carers and their birth parents to create a safe and secure environment so these children have a safe place to land.
Current NSW reforms regarding permanency in OOHC are changing the way we work. It is an exciting time for employees in the OOHC space with the ability to learn new skills and add to our knowledge every day. Our new OOHC contract reinforces our great work with birth families, carers and the child/young person while providing the opportunity to review our practices and adapt where required.
Terms: Full time position based in Hurstville.
Your new role
Passionate about improving outcome for children/young people who have experienced complex trauma, you understand the importance of building a team around the child/young person.
You can work in a fast pace environment and adapt easily to change while always keeping the best interests and well-being of the children at the centre of what you do.
As an experienced Social Worker, Psychologist, Case Worker or Case Manager, you will:
- Experience in child protection or OOHC using trauma informed practice is desirable
- Be comfortable working with and supporting individuals where there is known, contemporary risk
- Be able to have difficult conversations in a sensitive and appropriate way if there is a risk to child welfare
- Have capacity to engage with people from all walks of life and adapt to changing circumstances
- Ability to work flexible hours including occasional weekends delivering training
- Hold a relevant degree qualification and current driver’s licence
As an employee of The Benevolent Society, you can enjoy access to:
- Salary packaging, meal & entertainment cards
- Flexible work arrangements
- Novated leases & pool cars
- Accrued days off & additional purchased leave
- Long service leave after 5 years & more!
Together we can create a just society for all Australians. Are you ready to help us shape the next chapter? Call Margarita Olley on 0406 380 608 to discuss the role in more detail.
Please note interviews will be conducted in January due to the holiday break.
Internally this position is called Child & Family Practitioner.
We welcome diversity in all its forms; applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members.
We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability please get in contact.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check or similar (where relevant to the role).