NSW Department of Communities and Justice

Caseworker Student Campaign - New England (BB-4D2A1)

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Caseworker Student Campaign - New England

Caseworker Final Year Student Campaign
Clerk Grade 3/7
Department of Communities and Justice

Are you a Social Work or Psychology student in your final year?

Apply now for a Caseworker opportunity at DCJ and join us upon your degree completion!

Current opportunities in; Moree, Narrabri, Tamworth, Inverell, Glen Innes

Future opportunities in; Armidale, Muswellbrook


NSW Department of Communities and Justice aims to transform the lives of vulnerable children by recruiting and developing outstanding individuals to be leaders in Child Protection practice.

At DCJ, we develop industry leading Caseworkers to work with vulnerable children and young people at risk of abuse and neglect, communities, interagency partners and peers. As a DCJ Caseworker you will become an agent of change in the lives of children.

Being a Caseworker can be challenging yet rewarding. It takes a unique individual who is tenacious and passionate about making a difference!


By joining DCJ you will be part of a dedicated and professional Community Services Caseworker team. Our Caseworkers benefit from:
• Commencing salary $72,418 plus Superannuation and annual leave loading
• Industry leading training and support via our caseworker development program
• Promotional opportunities and future career progression
• Working alongside diverse and dynamic people towards a common goal
• Flexible working conditions including a 140 hour month

To become a Caseworker you will require;

  • a valid driver’s licence and willingness to drive
  • the right to live and work in this location
  • be nearing the completion of your Social Work of Psychology degree
  • If your application is successful, you will be invited to attend an assessment in the coming months. If you are successful through our recruitment process, you will be eligible for Caseworker opportunities once you have completed your degree.

    More Information


    Click to view the Role Description
    Visit our careers page below or contact the Caseworker Recruitment Team on (02) 9765 4083 or email .

    The Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 requires persons engaged in children related work to have a Working with Children clearances. If successful in this role you will be required to provide a Working with Children Check clearance number prior to commencing in the role. To obtain further information and to apply for a WWCC clearance please click .

    What are the benefits of living and working in the New England region?

  • Being a regional Caseworker gives you the opportunity to develop stronger relationships with clients and community partners, undertake more varied work, and gain access to increased opportunities to extend your knowledge and skills across a range of casework areas and build your professional networks (this will be great for both your resume and your professional development!)
  • The New England area is peak-hour free, pollution-free and a great place to find your ultimate work-life balance . To discover what regional NSW has to offer including relocation advice and support, information, employment opportunities and more, visit .
  • More spacious and affordable housing options with room for family and friends to visit and a lower cost of living.
  • Support with relocating may be considered.
  • Where can I get more information about the locations of these opportunities?

    Glen Innes CSC:

    Glen Innes CSC is on the country of the Ngoorabul people and the land of the Glen Innes Local Land Council. Due to its high altitude, Glen Innes offers one of the coolest climates outside of the Snowy Mountains. is also nicknamed “Gemstone Country” because of the sapphires and other gems that have been discovered here. It is a captivating rural town with an annual Australian Celtic Festival with the famous paying tribute to its Celtic heritage. And for those aspiring writers, there is the annual held this year in October.

    Inverell CSC:

    CSC is on the country of the Gamilaroi nation beside the Macintyre River of NSW.

    Renowned for the production of many fine gemstones, Inverell has earned the name of ‘Sapphire City’ and hosts an annual 10 day . Inverell is a great place to get outdoors in the with bushwalking tracks, mountain bike trails, fishing and camping.

    Moree CSC:

    If you have ever wanted to gain experience working in collaboration with a strong Aboriginal community and learn from Aboriginal colleagues this could be the opportunity you have been looking for. is located in the beautiful Gwydir Valley and is on Kamilaroi/Gomeroi Country, the second largest nation on the east coast of Australia. It is a town rich in culture, history and agriculture, and is famous for its hot artesian springs at places like the where you can discover the therapeutic benefits of soaking in naturally sourced mineral-rich hot springs from deep inside the Great Artesian Basin. Moree has direct flights to Sydney and the Moree XPLORER runs daily from Sydney to Moree.

    In addition, employees who work in the Moree CSC may be entitled to an additional week of recreation (annual) leave and also a Remote Area Living Allowance.

    Tamworth CSC :

    Tamworth CSC is on the land of the Kamilaroi people, one of the four largest Aboriginal nations in Australia. is the country music capital, with the annual Tamworth Country Music festival and a multitude of throughout the year. Tamworth is also home to spectacular national parks where you can head bushwalking, camping, fishing and canoeing by the Namoi River and the Chaffey Dam. And if you are a foodie, the annual runs for 10 days every year in April.

    Narrabri CSC:

    Narrabri CSC is on the land of the Kamilaroi people. It is also a great base for outdoor adventure being based next to Mount Kaputar and the Namoi Valley and is home of the CSIRO’s world-leading Paul Wild Observatory. Narrabri is also known for high quality wheat, lamb, beef and is the centre of a major cotton-growing industry.

    Armidale CSC:

    Armidale CSC is on the country of the Anaiwan people and the land of the Armidale Local Aboriginal Land Council. is also fast becoming known as a wine and foodie destination with local produce showcased at the and annual food festivals. The region is dotted with waterfalls, deep gorges, rivers, ancient rainforest and abundant wildlife. Armidale is also known as a university town, being the home of the University of New England with other universities and TAFE campuses in town. Armidale has a population of over 30,000 with education and training, health and social services and agriculture being the three largest employers.

    Muswellbrook CSC:

    The Muswellbrook CSC is located on the land of the Wanaruah and the Kamilaroi peoples in the Upper Hunter Valley. It is surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, champion thoroughbred horse studs and national parks. Muswellbrook is renowned for its high quality with its annual Wine and Food Affair every May.

    Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion


    DCJ is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity groups.
    DCJ encourages applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace.

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