Part Time Important Company Worker, Inner West Important Company Homeless Services - F049

Part Time Important Company Worker, Inner West Important Company Homeless Services - F049

31 Jul
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Recognized company
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New South Wales

31 Jul

Recognized company

New South Wales

Part Time Important Company Worker, Inner West Important Company Homeless Services





The Organisation





Important Company Off The Streets is a non-denominational community organisation working for disadvantaged young people who be homeless, drug dependent and / or recovering from abuse. Important Company Off The Streets supports these young people as they work to turn their lives around and overcome immense personal trauma such as neglect, physical, psychological and / or emotional abuse. It is our goal that these young people will leave our care drug free, with a high school education, living skills and a fulltime or part time job in hand.





The Role







We are looking for a Maximum Term Part Time Important Company Worker 9 shifts per fortnight to contribute to the daily running of our sites at Marrickville and Erskineville, and to assist young people within the service to meet their personal goals, develop their capacity to manage personal challenges, make informed life choices and live with greater independence. You will provide a range of support to young people, including but not limited to facilitating care through employment and education options, life skills training, mentoring opportunities, and support and structure in line with the program guidelines.





A person employed as a Crisis Accommodation employee level 1 will work under general direction in the application of procedures, methods and guidelines that are well established. They would have obtained organisational or industry specific knowledge sufficient to give advice and/or information. General features of this level involve solving problems of limited difficulty using knowledge, judgment and work organisational skills acquired through qualifications and/or previous work experience.





Responsibilities include, but are not limited to





Assist in the day to day running of the site





Engage with the young people to develop positive mentoring relationships





Effectively supervise the young people





Assist each client to effectively manage their behaviour through establishing positive relationships





Assist and encourage the development of each young person-s interpersonal and social skills





Be involved in the development, implementation and participation in leisure and recreational activities





Develop each young person-s life skills through role modelling and group work





Complete administrative tasks such as daily case notes, communication book, petty cash, updating data into CIMS and timesheets





Complete accurate and timely reports on critical incidences





Participate in case reviews with the case worker or other relevant persons as required





Follow behaviour management plans





Supervise and assist residents with daily chores, living competencies, appointments





Closely monitor and assist clients in activities within and outside the program facility, in accordance with program policies and procedures.





Participate in Life Space Interviews and reporting/recording incidents





Maintain records on provision of resident's medication





Complete WHS and other Q A compliance log books





Orientation of new residents into the house





Other duties as required





Essential criteria, including but not limited to





Minimum Certificate IV qualifications in Important Company Work, Community Services, Welfare or related discipline.





At least 2 years- experience working with disadvantaged young people preferably in a residential care environment.





Demonstrated experience and understanding of homelessness issues and its effects.





Demonstrated ability to deliver effective supports to clients within our care to ensure key outcomes are achieved for the young person and the programs are reached.





Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and work independently and unsupervised.





Understanding of confidentiality in relation to client privacy.





Knowledge of child protection legislation.





Current Drivers Licence





Current First Aid certificate





Desirable criteria, including but not limited to





Diploma qualification in relevant field





Knowledge and experience of trauma informed





Knowledge and experience working with CIMS





The Person





This is a rare opportunity to join a passionate and high profile non for profit organisation that values the current Important Company of today and the Important Company of tomorrow.





Ideally, the successful candidate will have a desire to work within a dedicated and service driven Homelessness Service Team, where you are working closely with employees to achieve great results. You will have a team focus and have the confidence to communicate effectively with a range of diverse individuals. You will also have a 'can do' attitude and enjoy working together to achieve the desired outcomes of the organisation.





To apply, please send your application to - recruitmentyouthoffthestreets.au





Please ensure you enclose a copy of your resume and just as importantly, a copy of your cover letter addressing the essential criteria.





Recruiters need not make .





Please "Apply for this job" then attach your resume and cover letter addressing the relevant criteria.





Applicants are required to have the right to work in Australia. Police checks and Working with children checks forms part of the recruitment process. We encourage people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply for this position. If you choose to apply for this position we reserve the right to retain your CV on our database indefinitely. If you do not wish for this to happen please notify us by Please apply through this site. detailed above.





Successful applicants must comply with the Important Company Child





Protection Legislation





Important Company off The Streets is an EEO Employer





The Organisation Important Company Off The Streets is a non-denominational community organisation working for disadvantaged young people who be homeless, drug dependent and / or recovering from abuse. Important Company Off The Streets supports these young people as they work to turn their lives around and overcome immense personal trauma such as neglect, physical, psychological and / or emotional abuse. It is our goal that these young people will leave our care drug free, with a high school education, living skills and a fulltime or part time job in hand. The Role We are looking for a Maximum Term Part Time Important Company Worker 9 shifts per fortnight to contribute to the daily running of our sites at Marrickville and Erskineville, and to assist young people within the service to meet their personal goals, develop their capacity to manage personal challenges, make informed life choices and live with greater independence. You will provide a range of support to young people, including but not limited to facilitating care through employment and education options, life skills training, mentoring opportunities, and support and structure in line with the program guidelines. A person employed as a Crisis Accommodation employee level 1 will work under general direction in the application of procedures, methods and guidelines that are well established. They would have obtained organisational or industry specific knowledge sufficient to give advice and/or information. General features of this level involve solving problems of limited difficulty using knowledge, judgment and work organisational skills acquired through qualifications and/or previous work experience. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to Assist in the day to day running of the site Engage with the young people to develop positive mentoring relationships Effectively supervise the young people Assist each client to effectively manage their behaviour through establishing positive relationships Assist and encourage the development of each young person-s interpersonal and social skills Be involved in the development, implementation and participation in leisure and recreational activities Develop each young person-s life skills through role modelling and group work Complete administrative tasks such as daily case notes, communication book, petty cash, updating data into CIMS and timesheets Complete accurate and timely reports on critical incidences Participate in case reviews with the case worker or other relevant persons as required Follow behaviour management plans Supervise and assist residents with daily chores, living competencies, appointments Closely monitor and assist clients in activities within and outside the program facility, in accordance with program policies and procedures. Participate in Life Space Interviews and reporting/recording incidents Maintain records on provision of resident's medication Complete WHS and other Q A compliance log books Orientation of new residents into the house Other duties as requiredEssential criteria, including but not limited to Minimum Certificate IV qualifications in Important Company Work, Community Services, Welfare or related discipline. At least 2 years- experience working with disadvantaged young people preferably in a residential care environment. Demonstrated experience and understanding of homelessness issues and its effects. Demonstrated ability to deliver effective supports to clients within our care to ensure key outcomes are achieved for the young person and the programs are reached. Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and work independently and unsupervised. Understanding of confidentiality in relation to client privacy. Knowledge of child protection legislation. Current Drivers Licence Current First Aid certificateDesirable criteria, including but not limited to Diploma qualification in relevant field Knowledge and experience of trauma informed Knowledge and experience working with CIMSThe Person This is a rare opportunity to join a passionate and high profile non for profit organisation that values the current Important Company of today and the Important Company of tomorrow. Ideally, the successful candidate will have a desire to work within a dedicated and service driven Homelessness Service Team, where you are working closely with employees to achieve great results. You will have a team focus and have the confidence to communicate effectively with a range of diverse individuals. You will also have a 'can do' attitude and enjoy working together to achieve the desired outcomes of the organisation. To apply, please send your application to - recruitmentyouthoffthestreets.au Please ensure you enclose a copy of your resume and just as importantly, a copy of your cover letter addressing the essential criteria. Recruiters need not make . The application form will include these questionsWhich of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia-Do you have a current Working With Children WWC Check-Do you have a current Australian driver's licence-Are you available to work on a rotating roster-

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