Early Parenting Practitioner Hopes Program Tweddle Child & Family Health Service


Sometimes you get a chance to be part of something special. That something special is Tweddle Child and Family Health Service (Tweddle).

We are a daring organisation leading the way within the Early Parenting Sector, striving to strengthen the lives of babies, toddlers and their families. Our staff have passion, courage, resilience and diverse qualifications that nurture life-changing outcomes.  Be part of the journey, as we expand our services,. 

Tweddle is excited to share we have a unique opportunity to join the team as an Early Parenting Practitioner in our Home Parenting Education and Support Service (HoPES) for a 12 month fixed term contract to work with clients in the Western region.

The HoPES program is an intensive in home support program for highly vulnerable young parents and their families.  This innovative flexible, home based program is design to work alongside families refereed by Child Protection or Family Support Services to improve the outcomes for bables and toddlers.

If you have relevant tertiary qualifications in nursing, children’s services, early childhood development or youth work that loves working with babies, toddlers and families this role may be for you.  Experience in mental health, attachment or understanding of working with families with multiple and complex issues is an advantage.

Tweddle is a child-safe, family-friendly workplace and an equal opportunity employer, offering generous working conditions. We celebrate families from all walks of life and foster diversity, equity, inclusion, and a sense of belonging in principle and in practice.

At Tweddle we work to foster a culturally safe and respectful health workforce. We do this by providing services to babies, toddlers and their families that are culturally responsive. We work towards enhancing the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and Peoples from diverse cultural backgrounds.

We warmly invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples to apply.

We welcome phone conversations with our staff, or you would like to know more about this role, please contact us on 9689 1577 email us on [email protected].  

A copy of the position description is attached.

Please refer to the Tweddle Recruitment Application Guidelines and Instructions located on the Tweddle website www.tweddle.org.au



Tweddle Child & Family Health Service

Job Salary

Part time