About the role
The Student Wellbeing Coordinator promotes, supports, develops and organises student well-being and has primary responsibility for the individual case work management within the school.
- The Student Wellbeing Coordinator oversee the therapeutic support for students.
- The Student Wellbeing Coordinator holds primary responsibility for providing student wellbeing and intervention for students, assessing the level of support required through initial counselling, overseeing and providing clear pathways to external party referrals (e.g. health services, therapy services such as Psychologist, Medical referrals, etc) and ongoing supportive strategies for individual students.
What do I need for the role?
- Experience in providing counselling, therapeutic and Trauma Informed intervention, and case management for ‘at risk’ youth.
- Experience in managing student behaviour, including managing problematic behaviour of ‘at risk’ youth, and develop cooperative behaviour for future prevention.
- Diploma of counselling, community services or relevant discipline
- Possession of valid Working with Children card (Blue Card)
- Open Driver’s licence
- Possession of a Working with Children card (Blue Card)
- Proven ability in working with First Nation youth and families.
- Demonstrate collaborative practices and a commitment to working as part of a team.
- Demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
The bonuses of joining the Carinity team!
- Access to our Employee Assistance Program for our staff and their immediate family.
- Access to extensive not-for-profit salary packaging options (pay less tax).
- Be part of a team who are passionate about delivering care excellence.
- Join a value driven organisation, with a culture of caring for others and delivering quality education.
- Ongoing training and development.
How do I apply?
Carinity is after motivated and enthusiastic candidates who are committed to working with Carinity to make a real difference! If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you!
To apply for this position or view the position description, click on the links below. Applications should include a brief cover letter and Resume that addresses the Essential Competencies and Experiences.
Carinity actively encourages and invites applications from people with disabilities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.
Who is Carinity?
Carinity is a not-for-profit, values-driven organisation, which has been making a real difference in people’s lives since 1949 through comprehensive and integrated community services including residential aged care, retirement living, home care, schools for disengaged youth, disability support, counselling, and youth accommodation. We are passionate about working with young people and families, especially in the areas of child protection, domestic and family violence, and child and adolescent mental health.