Supervised Contact Workers (BB-C2BD3)

Found in: Neuvoo AU


Who WeAre

CareSouth is a local, community based organisation with adynamic and bold vision to make a difference 'every day'. Workingacross locations in NSW and ACT, we seek to inspire each other andthe communities in which we operate. Our purpose is to influenceand support the safety, development and empowerment of children,young people, adults and communities. 

About theRole

Due to continual buisness growth, CareSouth are currentlyseeking multiple Casual Supervised ContactWorkers  to join the  CareSouth WaggaWagga team! 

Are you a person with mature life experience? Do you have abackground working with children and young people? Perhapsyou’re a retired education worker or child protection/welfaresector professional, or even a person with foster careexperience?

This position would be ideal for a person who has experienceworking with children and is looking to step into a casual role tosuit a more flexible lifestyle.

The Supervised Contact Worker position is responsible forproviding high quality supervision and guidance for visits betweenchildren and/or young persons in care and their families. Thisposition must ensure that the child’s best interests aresupported during contact.

The aim is to facilitate a safe and positive contact visitcomprising of positive interactions between the parent/participantand child/children in order to build their relationship.

We are looking forindividuals who fulfil the following criteria:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to the safety of children, young people and people with a disability.
  • Qualifications in Residential Care, a Certificate IV in Community Services, Welfare or other related areas. (You may be currently undertaking and/or willing to enrol/obtain within the first 2 months of employment or related demonstrated experience)
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver services based on an understanding of the impact of trauma on behaviour and development of children and adults.
  • A positive attitude to engaging with children and young people in a nurturing environment.
  • The ability to work independently and under limited supervision.
  • Strong written and oral communication.
  • Sound computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft suite of programs.
  • Contribute to the effective operation of the team by supporting colleagues through clear and effective communication, sharing of appropriate and relevant information and working cooperatively with others.
  • Current First Aid Certificate.
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