- 6 to 12 month contract position
- Full time hours
- Providing accountable and collaborative casework that respects the unique culture and context of each child, young person, family, and community. This approach relies on timely and accurate information sharing to address their specific needs effectively.
- Conducting assessments and investigations while engaging in ongoing family work to identify and address safety and risk concerns concerning children and young individuals.
- Establishing strong relationships within practice and legislative frameworks to foster positive changes within families and ensure the safety of children and young people.
- Creating and sustaining networks and connections with key stakeholders to deliver suitable services for children, young people, and families.
- Actively participating in and contributing to a culture of continuous learning and professional development to ensure that one’s practice knowledge and skills remain up-to-date and evidence-based.
- Maintaining precise and relevant client records for reporting and information exchange purposes.
- Involving family members and key stakeholders in decision-making processes concerning children and young individuals to achieve an appropriate balance between risks, safety, and overall well-being.
To be successful in this role you will possess the following:
- Tertiary qualification in a Social Work, Psychology, Social Science Welfare or related discipline with demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development
- Current driver’s licence
- Well-developed interpersonal skills, including demonstrated capacity to provide a high level of client contact service and the ability to work within a team
- Previous experience within case work or community services
- Strong attention to detail
- Advanced computer skills combined with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
- Capacity to work well within an environment of fluctuating workloads and changing priorities
This is a temporary position offering full-time hours of 35 hours per week.
Please contact Breanna at [email protected] if you have any questions, otherwise please apply directly.
At Beaumont People we believe a diverse workplace is a happy workplace, and we love working with organisations that feel the same way. We encourage applications from people of all different backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from all backgrounds and people with disabilities.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, genderidentity, national origin, age, disability, marital or parental status. Should you require a reasonable accommodation to be made for your application to be assessed we would be more than happy to discuss how that can be arranged.