We are looking for culturally safe and trauma informed youth, adult and family counsellors, youth workers and community empowerment workers.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
- Minimum of a Certificate III or Diploma in counselling, youth work Community Service, case management or similar field.
- Demonstrate experience in providing culturally appropriate and trauma-informed yarning; maintain cultural safety, confidentiality, and respect for self-determination.
- Demonstrate ability to liaise with appropriate support services and programs relevant to client’s healing journey.
- Commitment to on-going professional development, including professional supervision.
- Demonstrate experience to work in a team environment and follow set directions and plans to achieve desired outcomes.
- Must possess a current driver’s license.
- The ability to obtain a blue card and willing to undergo a criminal history check.
- Experience working within an Aboriginal community-controlled organisation or experience working within an Aboriginal community is an advantage.
We offer our staff:
Experience in a leading and well respected Not-For-Profit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community-based organisation.
Ongoing training and professional development provided, including professional clinical supervision.
Not-for-profit Salary Sacrifice benefits (packaging up to $15,900 per year tax free as well as up to $2,650 of your pre-tax income to pay for meals and entertainment benefits)
Family friendly, flexible work environment.
Phone and laptop provided.For the right candidates we also provide and exceptional opportunity to gain experience and work within multiple correctional centers throughout Brisbane and Southeast Queensland.
This position has been identified as a genuine occupational requirement that it be filled by an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander female as permitted by and arguable under sections 25, 104 and 105 of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act (1991).