Youth Worker – Student Wellbeing Carinity

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Permanent Part-Time role
  • Monday – Friday (48 hrs per f/n)
  • Based in Sunnybank
  • Join a progressive & supportive organisation!

Carinity Education – Southside has an opportunity for a Youth Worker – Student Wellbeing to join the team on a Part-Time basis, 48 hours per fortnight or 4 days a week. The Youth Worker – Student Wellbeing, plays an important role in working collaboratively with students and staff, striving to ensure that the social and emotional environments within the school are positive, respectful and calm.

What do I need for the role?

  • Availability across Monday to Friday
  • Certificate IV in Teacher Aide, Youth Work or similar relevant discipline
  • Ability to quickly, sensitively and effectively assist with the de-escalation of young people in moments of personal stress
  • Outcomes Star and TCI training is advantageous
  • Knowledge of IT based school management systems (TASS or similar) preferred
  • Hold current drivers’ licence and Blue Card prior to commencement
  • Highly organised with strong attention to detail
  • Knowledge and understanding of disabilities, including ASD and social emotional disorders

The bonuses of joining the Carinity team!

  • Extensive not-for-profit salary packaging options
  • Join a value driven organisation, with a culture of caring for others!
  • Look after your mental health and wellbeing with Carinity’s Employee Assistance Program

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.

Carinity Education – Southside is an independent special assistance girl’s school providing secondary education, vocational training and mentoring for students in Years 7 – 12, many of whom identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. Students are treated with unconditional positive regard at all times. Many of the young women are from backgrounds of trauma, abuse and neglect, and have complex needs.

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 or view more information, including the position description, visit https://www.carinity.org.au/join-our-team/. 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.