CASPA SERVICES LTD – POSITION VACANCY – Semi-Independent Living (SIL) Mentor – Mid North Coast NSW
ABOUT THE ROLE
As a Semi-Independent Living (SIL) Mentor with CASPA you will work according to structured plans to successfully build long-term relationships with young people through supporting them to develop their independent living skills, connection to community, links to education/employment skills, and overall ability to positively manage life as a semi-independent young person. This role operates on a casual basis and is significant in positively impacting the outcomes of individuals and their families through successful transition from care.
To obtain a comprehensive overview of the skills and experience required, key responsibilities, and CASPA’s hiring process, please thoroughly review the supporting documents, CASPA Recruitment Guide and Position Description, featured within the individual vacancy advertisement webpage (download above for individuals currently viewing the CASPA Careers Website or access by visiting https://caspacareers.connxcareers.com/Job/ViewJobs).
ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
CASPA Services Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation providing a range of specialised care services to support complex trauma-based needs for children, young people, families, and people living with disabilities. Our programs include Therapeutic Intensive Residential Care, Intensive Family Preservation, Therapeutic Foster Care, Restoration, and other associated care types, we are a registered NDIS provider and operate a social enterprise Maintenance and Repairs Business. Recently, we founded our CASPA Foundation to advocate continues support and legal advice through our Lawyers 4 Hope ensuring our young people understand their rights and are heard with empathy and without discrimination. As a growing and diversifying organisation, we have approximately 700+employees working in communities across New South Wales, Queensland, and the Northern Territory.
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our young people to ensure we can support each individuals needs and wants. We value equal employment opportunity and encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and CALD background to apply.
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.
Criminal History Checks are requirements for employment at CASPA and Working with Children checks will be required for frontline roles in direct contact with Young People.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your application via the CASPA Careers Website or, where applicable, the SEEK Website
Applications will be assessed as received. A comprehensive mandatory Induction and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training will be provided upon commencement.
To ensure that your application is reviewed, please reference the CASPA Recruitment Guide to compose a suitable submission.
Please include a current Resume supported by a Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the role through addressing the specific criteria detailed in the Position Description.
As well staff must maintain a current state or territory drivers license and keep it on hand whenever they drive a vehicle.
For staff who do not hold a current state or territory licence please refer to the relevant state or territory licencing laws and regulations