Contractor – Youth Services CASPA


CASPA SERVICES LTD – Contractor – Youth Services


As a youth services contractor with CASPA, you will be provided the opportunity to work with a diverse group of young people to make a real impact in their lives.
Whether you have experience working with at-risk youth, in a school setting, or with Youth in the community, we have a variety of opportunities available to suit your skills and interests.

Working within a multi-disciplinary team of Clinical therapists, caseworkers and House Leaders/Coordinators, special educators and family and significant others, the Youth Services Contractor will deliver high quality, person-centred supports to service users with significant behaviours, disabilities and/or complex trauma.

CASPA Services Ltd is committed to providing our youth services contractors with the resources and support required to succeed. As such, training in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention will be offered where applicable.

CASPA is offering this opportunity at competitive industry remuneration. Email us at [email protected] for more information.


As a Youth Services Contractor, you will have the opportunity  to:

  • Provide support to Youth to reach their full potential
  • Collaborate with an organisation and team of professionals who are passionate and skilled Build your skills and expertise in Community Services
  • Make a real impact in your community and contribute to positive social change
  • CASPA offer wellbeing support through Benestar with free, confidential coaching and support from a team of expert clinicians. 


CASPA Services Ltd. is a non-denominational entity which was formed in January 2017. It is an independently run Charity operating under a Board of skilled directors with the purpose of supporting vulnerable children, young people, families, and communities.

CASPA is a leading child welfare and care services provider that specialises in providing trauma-informed, evidence based, innovative practices that empower individuals and strengthen communities. We are committed to conducting our work with compassion, transparency, and evidence-based understanding.

As an accredited organisation, you can be confident that CASPA meets the highest standards of excellence in its field. Accreditation can also help you to make informed decisions about where to invest your time, money, and energy.

If you are looking to join a committed team making a powerful difference in the lives of children and young people, we would love to hear from you. CASPA is a Child Safe, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.


Please submit your application via the CASPA Careers Website or, where applicable, the SEEK Website.

We encourage you to apply ASAP! We reserve the right to close this campaign at any time if we receive a high volume of suitable applications.
Applications will be assessed as received.

Please include a current Resume supported by a Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the opportunity through addressing the essential criteria detailed in the Duty Statement (featured within the individual vacancy advertisement webpage – download above or access by visiting

Criminal History Checks are requirements for employment at CASPA. Working with Children checks and consent to being enrolled on agency child protection registers (subject to employment location) will be required for identified roles working within child protection services.