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      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + 10% super
      • full-time
      OPEN ARMS, ASPLEY: PSYCHOLOGIST or MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL WORKER Here is your chance to give back! Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families. As a ‘Counsellor’ within this federal government department, you will play a key role in making a substantial difference in the lives of veterans and their families. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a mental health professional, all intervention implemented will be evidence based with tried and proven results. With the patient and their wellbeing at the forefront of your thinking, you will:Provide high quality clinical services including assessment; referral; and evidence based individual, couple and family counsellingDeliver complex case management servicesLiaise and form partnerships with key external stakeholdersPromote community development and servicesParticipate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities ABOUT YOU:Psychologist or Mental Health Social workerMinimum 3 years experience with clinical case managementSkills and experience in couples and family therapy are highly regardedDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendProvide meaningful support and enhance mental health & wellbeing of this community of veterans, defence members & their familiesSupportive team environment If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
      OPEN ARMS, ASPLEY: PSYCHOLOGIST or MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL WORKER Here is your chance to give back! Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families. As a ‘Counsellor’ within this federal government department, you will play a key role in making a substantial difference in the lives of veterans and their families. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a mental health professional, all intervention implemented will be evidence based with tried and proven results. With the patient and their wellbeing at the forefront of your thinking, you will:Provide high quality clinical services including assessment; referral; and evidence based individual, couple and family counsellingDeliver complex case management servicesLiaise and form partnerships with key external stakeholdersPromote community development and servicesParticipate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities ABOUT YOU:Psychologist or Mental Health Social workerMinimum 3 years experience with clinical case managementSkills and experience in couples and family therapy are highly regardedDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendProvide meaningful support and enhance mental health & wellbeing of this community of veterans, defence members & their familiesSupportive team environment If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
      • lismore, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, super
      • full-time
      OPEN ARMS, LISMORE: COUNSELLOR Here is your chance to give back! Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families. As a ‘Counsellor’ within this federal government department, you will play a key role in making a substantial difference in the lives of veterans and their families. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a mental health professional, all intervention implemented will be evidence based with tried and proven results. With the patient and their wellbeing at the forefront of your thinking, you will:Provide high quality clinical services including assessment; referral; and evidence based individual, couple and family counsellingDeliver complex case management servicesLiaise and form partnerships with key external stakeholdersPromote community development and servicesParticipate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologist with full AHPRA Registration or Social worker eligible for AASW registerationDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendProvide meaningful support and enhance mental health & wellbeing of this community of veterans, defence members & their families If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817. Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      OPEN ARMS, LISMORE: COUNSELLOR Here is your chance to give back! Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families. As a ‘Counsellor’ within this federal government department, you will play a key role in making a substantial difference in the lives of veterans and their families. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a mental health professional, all intervention implemented will be evidence based with tried and proven results. With the patient and their wellbeing at the forefront of your thinking, you will:Provide high quality clinical services including assessment; referral; and evidence based individual, couple and family counsellingDeliver complex case management servicesLiaise and form partnerships with key external stakeholdersPromote community development and servicesParticipate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologist with full AHPRA Registration or Social worker eligible for AASW registerationDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendProvide meaningful support and enhance mental health & wellbeing of this community of veterans, defence members & their families If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817. Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • AU$79.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      BRISBANE/ IPSWICH : EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CLIENT ASSIST PRACTICE & QUALITY Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health services for Australian veterans and their families. The Assistant Director Clinical Operations, is responsible to the Director Client Assist Contact Centre for overseeing and managing the provision of a health and allied health telephony based service that provides clinical intake, escalations services, brief telephone counselling interventions, risk and safety planning for veterans and their families who are in distress. To achieve this, the Assistant Director, Clinical Operations will provide ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians conducting initial assessment and triage for clients entering the service. This role provides clinical oversight and operational coordination for the Client Assist Contact Centre, in line with the Open Arms clinical practice policies and procedures. Awareness of working within a telephony environment is an important component to the effectiveness of the role. ABOUT THE ROLE: Duties include:Provision of ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians in the intake teamImplement Client Assist service improvements projects and initiatives to enhance client service deliveryMaintain and improve national consistency in clinical activities, including clinical record keeping, and assessment of clinical risk and clients’ needs.Develop and implement Open Arms Intake protocols, procedures, and best practices and clear triage guidelines and protocols responding to identify clinical risk among clients.Lead a small team and coordinate professional development for the clinical teamActively contribute to Open Arms National projects, clinical policies and procedures, case management practices and Quality Assurance activities ABOUT YOU:Substantial experience in complex mental health in intake, triage, risk assessment and counselling.Relevant management experience in a clinical settingBe available to work between 7 am to 12am with once a month weekend workAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) THE BENEFITS:$80 p/h + superannuation, paid weeklyFlexible working hours in a 24/7 call center environmentThe team is “lived experience” informed and resourced If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      BRISBANE/ IPSWICH : EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CLIENT ASSIST PRACTICE & QUALITY Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health services for Australian veterans and their families. The Assistant Director Clinical Operations, is responsible to the Director Client Assist Contact Centre for overseeing and managing the provision of a health and allied health telephony based service that provides clinical intake, escalations services, brief telephone counselling interventions, risk and safety planning for veterans and their families who are in distress. To achieve this, the Assistant Director, Clinical Operations will provide ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians conducting initial assessment and triage for clients entering the service. This role provides clinical oversight and operational coordination for the Client Assist Contact Centre, in line with the Open Arms clinical practice policies and procedures. Awareness of working within a telephony environment is an important component to the effectiveness of the role. ABOUT THE ROLE: Duties include:Provision of ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians in the intake teamImplement Client Assist service improvements projects and initiatives to enhance client service deliveryMaintain and improve national consistency in clinical activities, including clinical record keeping, and assessment of clinical risk and clients’ needs.Develop and implement Open Arms Intake protocols, procedures, and best practices and clear triage guidelines and protocols responding to identify clinical risk among clients.Lead a small team and coordinate professional development for the clinical teamActively contribute to Open Arms National projects, clinical policies and procedures, case management practices and Quality Assurance activities ABOUT YOU:Substantial experience in complex mental health in intake, triage, risk assessment and counselling.Relevant management experience in a clinical settingBe available to work between 7 am to 12am with once a month weekend workAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) THE BENEFITS:$80 p/h + superannuation, paid weeklyFlexible working hours in a 24/7 call center environmentThe team is “lived experience” informed and resourced If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$620 - AU$621, per day, super
      • full-time
      NSW Government are looking for a Senior Property Officer to join the Education Sector for a 12 month contract! ASAP StartBased in CBD/Work from home$620/day + super About the role:The Senior Property Officer will sit within the Leases & Licences team in the Department. The responsibilities of this role include:Negotiating leases and licences of owned and privately owned landManaging requests for easements (mostly substation and drainage) and other changes to titleAble to read and understand leases, licences, easements and dealings registered on titleInvestigating complex issues and recommending appropriate solutionsCapable of drafting concise and appropriate briefing notes seeking approval of recommended actionsInstructing Legal regarding required advice, contracts etcProviding desktop market estimates and instructing Valuers About the ideal candidate:Able to understand NSW Government policies and directions relating to real estate transactionsThe ability to work autonomously Relevant Tertiary qualifications in a property, business, finance, law or equivalent knowledge, skills and experience What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.au or apply below.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      NSW Government are looking for a Senior Property Officer to join the Education Sector for a 12 month contract! ASAP StartBased in CBD/Work from home$620/day + super About the role:The Senior Property Officer will sit within the Leases & Licences team in the Department. The responsibilities of this role include:Negotiating leases and licences of owned and privately owned landManaging requests for easements (mostly substation and drainage) and other changes to titleAble to read and understand leases, licences, easements and dealings registered on titleInvestigating complex issues and recommending appropriate solutionsCapable of drafting concise and appropriate briefing notes seeking approval of recommended actionsInstructing Legal regarding required advice, contracts etcProviding desktop market estimates and instructing Valuers About the ideal candidate:Able to understand NSW Government policies and directions relating to real estate transactionsThe ability to work autonomously Relevant Tertiary qualifications in a property, business, finance, law or equivalent knowledge, skills and experience What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.au or apply below.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$600 - AU$750, per day, super
      • full-time
      We are looking for a Senior Scheduler to join NSW Government within the Water Industry for a 6 month contract!$600 - $750/day + super6 month contractBased in Redfern/WFHAbout the roleWorking within the Program Delivery team, you will be evaluating current procedures and recommend changes to improve efficiency of planning and scheduling. This will also include creating and maintaining activity/project codes. Importantly, you will also be responsible to maintain and update schedules, ensuring the Project Manager is aware of any issues which may affect critical path or milestones.About the ideal candidate:To be successful in the role, you will be required to meet the following criteria:8+ years of experience in planning/scheduling roleDeep knowledge of Primavera P6Management of master programme incorporating two or more contractors’ scheduleDeveloped resource and cost leaded programmesGenerated progress reports, KPIs and variance analysisPerformed Earned Value and CPM analysisHas done delay analysis using globally recognised methodsExperience in Water projects is highly regarded What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including: Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week Exclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling servicesIf this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We are looking for a Senior Scheduler to join NSW Government within the Water Industry for a 6 month contract!$600 - $750/day + super6 month contractBased in Redfern/WFHAbout the roleWorking within the Program Delivery team, you will be evaluating current procedures and recommend changes to improve efficiency of planning and scheduling. This will also include creating and maintaining activity/project codes. Importantly, you will also be responsible to maintain and update schedules, ensuring the Project Manager is aware of any issues which may affect critical path or milestones.About the ideal candidate:To be successful in the role, you will be required to meet the following criteria:8+ years of experience in planning/scheduling roleDeep knowledge of Primavera P6Management of master programme incorporating two or more contractors’ scheduleDeveloped resource and cost leaded programmesGenerated progress reports, KPIs and variance analysisPerformed Earned Value and CPM analysisHas done delay analysis using globally recognised methodsExperience in Water projects is highly regarded What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including: Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week Exclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling servicesIf this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$70.00 - AU$75.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      We have a Development Manager opportunity available with NSW Government!Immediate start6 Month contract$70 - $75 per hour + SuperBased in Parramatta About the role:You will support the delivery of a suite of urban transformation projects responsible for acquisition, financial and economic justification, planning, development and financial control of social housing projects. This will include:Developing strategies and delivering multiple social housing projects to ensure high standards and quality of refurbishment and maintenance, including renewal programs to drive better value from existing properties.Providing regular reporting on and forecasts for the maintenance plan and program to ensure budget variations and impact on program achievement are understood for effective decision making and responsive planning.Lead and drive team management, work planning, coaching and professional development initiatives to align resources and deliver the departments priorities. The Ideal Candidate Ability to manage both structure and finish works for multi residential, townhouse or apartment projects Appropriate tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience in Property DevelopmentExcellent time management skills and experience working on multiple projects simultaneously Previous government experience ideal but not essentialCommercial acumen and excellent stakeholder management What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have a Development Manager opportunity available with NSW Government!Immediate start6 Month contract$70 - $75 per hour + SuperBased in Parramatta About the role:You will support the delivery of a suite of urban transformation projects responsible for acquisition, financial and economic justification, planning, development and financial control of social housing projects. This will include:Developing strategies and delivering multiple social housing projects to ensure high standards and quality of refurbishment and maintenance, including renewal programs to drive better value from existing properties.Providing regular reporting on and forecasts for the maintenance plan and program to ensure budget variations and impact on program achievement are understood for effective decision making and responsive planning.Lead and drive team management, work planning, coaching and professional development initiatives to align resources and deliver the departments priorities. The Ideal Candidate Ability to manage both structure and finish works for multi residential, townhouse or apartment projects Appropriate tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience in Property DevelopmentExcellent time management skills and experience working on multiple projects simultaneously Previous government experience ideal but not essentialCommercial acumen and excellent stakeholder management What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • rozelle, new south wales
      • contract
      • AU$750 - AU$850, per day, + super
      • full-time
      We have a Project Manager opportunity with NSW Government in the health/emergency response sector!6 Month contract$750- $850 per day + SuperBased in Rozelle About the Position:As the Project Manager of Capital Works – Infrastructure and Asset Services, you will be responsible for the delivery of a range of capital and minor works programs to a large portfolio of fixed building assets. This will include:Implementing local/regional projects, frameworks and initiatives with state wide application, including capacity to participate in organizational change initiatives and undertake redesign methodology and Accelerated Implementation Methodology trainingWorking in a complex environment dealing with and influencing senior management and stakeholders to meet project needs in a timely mannerProviding leadership and direction to staff and managing operational issues Effective management of the projects within the agreed timeframes, budget, quality and resources to deliver the organisation's objectivesYou will also develop and implement project plans, NSW Government tender documentation with specifications and scope, solutions and program development and manage safe delivery, quality and handover activities The Ideal CandidateExperience in Capital Works – Infrastructure and Asset Services within HealthAppropriate tertiary qualifications in Construction, Engineering or PlanningStrong stakeholder communication What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have a Project Manager opportunity with NSW Government in the health/emergency response sector!6 Month contract$750- $850 per day + SuperBased in Rozelle About the Position:As the Project Manager of Capital Works – Infrastructure and Asset Services, you will be responsible for the delivery of a range of capital and minor works programs to a large portfolio of fixed building assets. This will include:Implementing local/regional projects, frameworks and initiatives with state wide application, including capacity to participate in organizational change initiatives and undertake redesign methodology and Accelerated Implementation Methodology trainingWorking in a complex environment dealing with and influencing senior management and stakeholders to meet project needs in a timely mannerProviding leadership and direction to staff and managing operational issues Effective management of the projects within the agreed timeframes, budget, quality and resources to deliver the organisation's objectivesYou will also develop and implement project plans, NSW Government tender documentation with specifications and scope, solutions and program development and manage safe delivery, quality and handover activities The Ideal CandidateExperience in Capital Works – Infrastructure and Asset Services within HealthAppropriate tertiary qualifications in Construction, Engineering or PlanningStrong stakeholder communication What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$90,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Super and NFP
      • full-time
      Randstad Health care has an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic, innovative organisation committed to empowering people to create their own futures. They specialise in the provision of high-quality person-centric programs to support thousands of people every year. About the opportunity In this position, you will Team Lead a number of practioners to deliver quality services to our customers with behaviours of concern as well as their family and support network. You will also have the option to have diversity in your role by assuming a leadership role or a SSC/Counselling component to your caseload. If you are looking for a leadership role as well as a clinical role, you will also have an opportunity to assume a role in the clinical leadership team to support BSP clinicians in the area of behaviour support therapy and a PBS framework. About you You will be a passionate and energetic professional with experience in delivering a Behaviour Support Practitioner service and potentially have led and mentored a small team, while engaging with our customers. We are looking for an experienced professional who has the below experience: Lead, mentor and develop a small team of Behaviour Support PractitionersDevelop and maintain relationships with key stakeholdersHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to deliver tailored services that are individualised, person centered & strength based for all customersLead a customer centric model to develop, implement and review Behaviour Support, plans and behaviour management strategiesQualifications/Experience Tertiary Allied Health Qualification - Psychology (Counsellor or OT)Current peak body registration- AHPRA, ACAAdditional training in behaviour support therapy – preferably at a post graduate levelExperience in developing and training in PBSPsNDIS Worker Screening clearanceCurrent drivers licenseWhat's on offer Team Leader with opportunity to progress to regional managerSupportive & experienced leadership teamGenuine career opportunitiesAbove award salary & entitlementsBelow Market level KPI requirementsFlexible work optionsGreat team environment – Buddy allocationExternal supervisions and Internal SupervisionThis is a rare and exciting oppoturnity to be a leader in a established practice with a rewarding outlook and also a great pacake. If you would like some more information then call Abhi asap on 1300 289 817 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad Health care has an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic, innovative organisation committed to empowering people to create their own futures. They specialise in the provision of high-quality person-centric programs to support thousands of people every year. About the opportunity In this position, you will Team Lead a number of practioners to deliver quality services to our customers with behaviours of concern as well as their family and support network. You will also have the option to have diversity in your role by assuming a leadership role or a SSC/Counselling component to your caseload. If you are looking for a leadership role as well as a clinical role, you will also have an opportunity to assume a role in the clinical leadership team to support BSP clinicians in the area of behaviour support therapy and a PBS framework. About you You will be a passionate and energetic professional with experience in delivering a Behaviour Support Practitioner service and potentially have led and mentored a small team, while engaging with our customers. We are looking for an experienced professional who has the below experience: Lead, mentor and develop a small team of Behaviour Support PractitionersDevelop and maintain relationships with key stakeholdersHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to deliver tailored services that are individualised, person centered & strength based for all customersLead a customer centric model to develop, implement and review Behaviour Support, plans and behaviour management strategiesQualifications/Experience Tertiary Allied Health Qualification - Psychology (Counsellor or OT)Current peak body registration- AHPRA, ACAAdditional training in behaviour support therapy – preferably at a post graduate levelExperience in developing and training in PBSPsNDIS Worker Screening clearanceCurrent drivers licenseWhat's on offer Team Leader with opportunity to progress to regional managerSupportive & experienced leadership teamGenuine career opportunitiesAbove award salary & entitlementsBelow Market level KPI requirementsFlexible work optionsGreat team environment – Buddy allocationExternal supervisions and Internal SupervisionThis is a rare and exciting oppoturnity to be a leader in a established practice with a rewarding outlook and also a great pacake. If you would like some more information then call Abhi asap on 1300 289 817 At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$70.00 - AU$75.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      We have a Development Manager opportunity available with NSW Government!Immediate start6 Month contract$70 - $75 per hour + SuperBased in Parramatta About the role:You will support the delivery of a suite of urban transformation projects responsible for acquisition, financial and economic justification, planning, development and financial control of social housing projects. This will include:Developing strategies and delivering multiple social housing projects to ensure high standards and quality of refurbishment and maintenance, including renewal programs to drive better value from existing properties.Providing regular reporting on and forecasts for the maintenance plan and program to ensure budget variations and impact on program achievement are understood for effective decision making and responsive planning.Lead and drive team management, work planning, coaching and professional development initiatives to align resources and deliver the departments priorities. The Ideal Candidate Ability to manage both structure and finish works for multi residential, townhouse or apartment projects Appropriate tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience in Property DevelopmentExcellent time management skills and experience working on multiple projects simultaneously Previous government experience ideal but not essentialCommercial acumen and excellent stakeholder management What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have a Development Manager opportunity available with NSW Government!Immediate start6 Month contract$70 - $75 per hour + SuperBased in Parramatta About the role:You will support the delivery of a suite of urban transformation projects responsible for acquisition, financial and economic justification, planning, development and financial control of social housing projects. This will include:Developing strategies and delivering multiple social housing projects to ensure high standards and quality of refurbishment and maintenance, including renewal programs to drive better value from existing properties.Providing regular reporting on and forecasts for the maintenance plan and program to ensure budget variations and impact on program achievement are understood for effective decision making and responsive planning.Lead and drive team management, work planning, coaching and professional development initiatives to align resources and deliver the departments priorities. The Ideal Candidate Ability to manage both structure and finish works for multi residential, townhouse or apartment projects Appropriate tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience in Property DevelopmentExcellent time management skills and experience working on multiple projects simultaneously Previous government experience ideal but not essentialCommercial acumen and excellent stakeholder management What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • parramatta, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$70.00 - AU$75.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      We have a Development Manager opportunity available with NSW Government!Immediate start6 Month contract$70 - $75 per hour + SuperBased in Parramatta About the role:You will support the delivery of a suite of urban transformation projects responsible for acquisition, financial and economic justification, planning, development and financial control of social housing projects. This will include:Developing strategies and delivering multiple social housing projects to ensure high standards and quality of refurbishment and maintenance, including renewal programs to drive better value from existing properties.Providing regular reporting on and forecasts for the maintenance plan and program to ensure budget variations and impact on program achievement are understood for effective decision making and responsive planning.Lead and drive team management, work planning, coaching and professional development initiatives to align resources and deliver the departments priorities. The Ideal Candidate Ability to manage both structure and finish works for multi residential, townhouse or apartment projects Appropriate tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience in Property DevelopmentExcellent time management skills and experience working on multiple projects simultaneously Previous government experience ideal but not essentialCommercial acumen and excellent stakeholder management What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have a Development Manager opportunity available with NSW Government!Immediate start6 Month contract$70 - $75 per hour + SuperBased in Parramatta About the role:You will support the delivery of a suite of urban transformation projects responsible for acquisition, financial and economic justification, planning, development and financial control of social housing projects. This will include:Developing strategies and delivering multiple social housing projects to ensure high standards and quality of refurbishment and maintenance, including renewal programs to drive better value from existing properties.Providing regular reporting on and forecasts for the maintenance plan and program to ensure budget variations and impact on program achievement are understood for effective decision making and responsive planning.Lead and drive team management, work planning, coaching and professional development initiatives to align resources and deliver the departments priorities. The Ideal Candidate Ability to manage both structure and finish works for multi residential, townhouse or apartment projects Appropriate tertiary qualifications or relevant professional experience in Property DevelopmentExcellent time management skills and experience working on multiple projects simultaneously Previous government experience ideal but not essentialCommercial acumen and excellent stakeholder management What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to youstina.ghaly@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$700 - AU$800, per day, super
      • full-time
      We have an exciting opportunity for a Technical Advisor to join NSW Government to assist with Disability Building Standards within the Education sector!6 month contract $700 - $800/day + SuperASAP Start About the Opportunity: You will provide expert technical advice regarding accessibility and the built environment by undertaking technical reviews of education buildings against the EFSG requirements for Disability Standards. This will include:Liaising with project teams and attending meetings, providing verbal and written advice in regard to Disability Standards, raising and solving issuesSupporting a range of projects advising on disability standards to ensure school facilities adequately cater for students with DisabilityProviding sound advice on inclusive design and accessibility to improve and update the Disability Standards within guidelines framework About the ideal candidate:Must have a thorough understanding of the built environment as it relates to people with disability, BCA and relevant Australian Standards experience or knowledge requiredRelevant qualifications in building or construction-related discipline or industry experience, or disability sector/Occupational TherapyAdept at reading and reviewing architectural drawings and specifications What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      We have an exciting opportunity for a Technical Advisor to join NSW Government to assist with Disability Building Standards within the Education sector!6 month contract $700 - $800/day + SuperASAP Start About the Opportunity: You will provide expert technical advice regarding accessibility and the built environment by undertaking technical reviews of education buildings against the EFSG requirements for Disability Standards. This will include:Liaising with project teams and attending meetings, providing verbal and written advice in regard to Disability Standards, raising and solving issuesSupporting a range of projects advising on disability standards to ensure school facilities adequately cater for students with DisabilityProviding sound advice on inclusive design and accessibility to improve and update the Disability Standards within guidelines framework About the ideal candidate:Must have a thorough understanding of the built environment as it relates to people with disability, BCA and relevant Australian Standards experience or knowledge requiredRelevant qualifications in building or construction-related discipline or industry experience, or disability sector/Occupational TherapyAdept at reading and reviewing architectural drawings and specifications What’s in it for you?Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits including:Access to our benefits platforms offering discounts at a range of huge retailers 3 x pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the weekExclusive access to roles before we go to marketAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services If this is of interest, please send your CV along with a cover letter to alexandra.king@randstad.com.au or apply below. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$30.00 - AU$36.00, per hour, Super
      • full-time
      Randstad is an approved talent supplier and is the only provider appointed to supply across all categories of Government. We have partnered exclusively with multiple SA Government departments and are currently recruiting for experienced administrators who are readily available for their next opportunity.Pay Rate of $30-$36 per hour + superannuationFull Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridaySA Government opportunityAbout the role We are seeking experienced administrators who have excellent customer service skills, are efficient at processing data and can work in a team environment. You will be responsible for on a day to day basis:General administration duties including filling, scanning and data entryInvoicing, receipting, mail distribution & using systems such as Basware and ObjectiveWorking successfully within a team environment to complete tasks on time and at a quality standardProcessing data into Excel Spreadsheets and into multiple systemsAnswering phone calls and providing a high level of customer serviceSkills and ExperiencePrevious experience working in the public sector is highly regardedStable employment history within an administrative/office environmentExcellent customer service and interpersonal skillsComfortable talking and interacting with people at all levelsMust have a current National Police Check or be willing to obtainDCSI working with children checkWhy work for Randstad? Join Randstad's community of contractors for administration roles across various Government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many moreAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to apply Click APPLY or contact Shannon Jarvis (shannon.jarvis@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is an approved talent supplier and is the only provider appointed to supply across all categories of Government. We have partnered exclusively with multiple SA Government departments and are currently recruiting for experienced administrators who are readily available for their next opportunity.Pay Rate of $30-$36 per hour + superannuationFull Time Hours, 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday - FridaySA Government opportunityAbout the role We are seeking experienced administrators who have excellent customer service skills, are efficient at processing data and can work in a team environment. You will be responsible for on a day to day basis:General administration duties including filling, scanning and data entryInvoicing, receipting, mail distribution & using systems such as Basware and ObjectiveWorking successfully within a team environment to complete tasks on time and at a quality standardProcessing data into Excel Spreadsheets and into multiple systemsAnswering phone calls and providing a high level of customer serviceSkills and ExperiencePrevious experience working in the public sector is highly regardedStable employment history within an administrative/office environmentExcellent customer service and interpersonal skillsComfortable talking and interacting with people at all levelsMust have a current National Police Check or be willing to obtainDCSI working with children checkWhy work for Randstad? Join Randstad's community of contractors for administration roles across various Government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many moreAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to apply Click APPLY or contact Shannon Jarvis (shannon.jarvis@randstad.com.au) for any questions before applying.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • contract
      • AU$29.00 - AU$43.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Administrators - Local Government Randstad is an approved talent supplier and is the only provider appointed to supply across all categories of Government. We have partnered exclusively with multiple local councils and are currently recruiting for experienced administrators who are readily available for their next opportunity. Pay Rate of $29-43 per hour + superannuationFull Time and flexible hours, Monday - FridaySA Local Government opportunity About the roleWe are seeking experienced administrators who have excellent customer service skills, are efficient at processing data and can work in a team environment.Providing general administration duties including filling, scanning and data entryInvoicing, receipting, mail distribution & using systems such as Technology One and Chris21.Working successfully within a team environment to complete tasks on time and at a quality standard.Processing data into Excel Spreadsheets and into multiple systems.Answering phone calls and providing a high level of customer service.Providing support by assisting with the efficient operation of administrative services.Ensure timely processing of Customer Requests (CRM), scanning of documents, invoice and purchase order processing and timesheet entry to meet specified timeframes.Skills and ExperiencePrevious experience working in local councils anywhere in Australia is highly regarded. Stable employment history within an administrative/office environment. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Comfortable talking and interacting with people at all levels. Must have a current National Police Check (or be willing to obtain).DCSI working with children check (or be willing to obtain).Why work for Randstad?Join Randstad's community of contractors for customer service roles across various Government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many moreAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to applyClick APPLY or contact Sofia Sy (sofia.sy@randstad.com.au) for any questions.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Administrators - Local Government Randstad is an approved talent supplier and is the only provider appointed to supply across all categories of Government. We have partnered exclusively with multiple local councils and are currently recruiting for experienced administrators who are readily available for their next opportunity. Pay Rate of $29-43 per hour + superannuationFull Time and flexible hours, Monday - FridaySA Local Government opportunity About the roleWe are seeking experienced administrators who have excellent customer service skills, are efficient at processing data and can work in a team environment.Providing general administration duties including filling, scanning and data entryInvoicing, receipting, mail distribution & using systems such as Technology One and Chris21.Working successfully within a team environment to complete tasks on time and at a quality standard.Processing data into Excel Spreadsheets and into multiple systems.Answering phone calls and providing a high level of customer service.Providing support by assisting with the efficient operation of administrative services.Ensure timely processing of Customer Requests (CRM), scanning of documents, invoice and purchase order processing and timesheet entry to meet specified timeframes.Skills and ExperiencePrevious experience working in local councils anywhere in Australia is highly regarded. Stable employment history within an administrative/office environment. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Comfortable talking and interacting with people at all levels. Must have a current National Police Check (or be willing to obtain).DCSI working with children check (or be willing to obtain).Why work for Randstad?Join Randstad's community of contractors for customer service roles across various Government departments. Working as a contractor with Randstad comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip accessExclusive access to roles before we go to marketDiscounts at retailers like David Jones, Myer & JB HiFi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts cinemas and many moreAccess to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.Our team is genuine in the support they offer, whether it be helping you to secure the right work opportunity, supporting your development or support you while you are contracting for us. How to applyClick APPLY or contact Sofia Sy (sofia.sy@randstad.com.au) for any questions.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • sydney, new south wales
      • temporary
      • AU$35.00 - AU$45.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is an approved talent supplier to the NSW Government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. You will be joining Randstad’s community of casuals that work across various NSW government departments. Please note this is an expression of interest, by applying you will be required to complete registration through Randstad and kept in mind for when temporary roles become available.This is a great opportunityChoose Randstad to help you find your next role with NSW Government, Our dedicated NSW Government consultant team are specialists in the sector. Working with Randstad also comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Superannuation remitted monthly meaning you can easily keep track of payments.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip access.Salary sacrifice options.We offer referral incentives if you refer family or friends to us.Exclusive access to roles before we go to market.Access to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.What you will needExperienced working in an administration based role. It would be great if this experience was gained within the government, state local or APS. However, it is not essential.Excellent communication skillsAbility to use and learn new processesExcellent time management skillsAbility to adapt and prioritise work in a changing environmentThis is a great opportunityWorking for NSW Government not only allows you to make a contribution through the work that you do, it also allows you to be a part of something bigger. It means embracing new challenges every day and learning from some of the nation’s best and brightest. Work as part of a diverse workforceMake time for what countsBe a part of something biggerNext stepsUse the apply button to share your resume with us. If you have the experience and skills required for available roles, our dedicated NSW Government consultant will contact you to discuss the current opportunities available. Your details will be kept on file for future roles.We recruit for a broad range of job types across multiple departments and locations within the NSW Government, so if this role isn’t for you but you would like to be considered for other government roles, please email centralnswgovernment@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is an approved talent supplier to the NSW Government. We recruit for a broad range of job types across all departments. You will be joining Randstad’s community of casuals that work across various NSW government departments. Please note this is an expression of interest, by applying you will be required to complete registration through Randstad and kept in mind for when temporary roles become available.This is a great opportunityChoose Randstad to help you find your next role with NSW Government, Our dedicated NSW Government consultant team are specialists in the sector. Working with Randstad also comes with many benefits.We offer three pay runs per week ensuring you are always paid within the week.Superannuation remitted monthly meaning you can easily keep track of payments.Access to My Randstad portal for easy payslip access.Salary sacrifice options.We offer referral incentives if you refer family or friends to us.Exclusive access to roles before we go to market.Access to our employee assistance program services, including counselling services.What you will needExperienced working in an administration based role. It would be great if this experience was gained within the government, state local or APS. However, it is not essential.Excellent communication skillsAbility to use and learn new processesExcellent time management skillsAbility to adapt and prioritise work in a changing environmentThis is a great opportunityWorking for NSW Government not only allows you to make a contribution through the work that you do, it also allows you to be a part of something bigger. It means embracing new challenges every day and learning from some of the nation’s best and brightest. Work as part of a diverse workforceMake time for what countsBe a part of something biggerNext stepsUse the apply button to share your resume with us. If you have the experience and skills required for available roles, our dedicated NSW Government consultant will contact you to discuss the current opportunities available. Your details will be kept on file for future roles.We recruit for a broad range of job types across multiple departments and locations within the NSW Government, so if this role isn’t for you but you would like to be considered for other government roles, please email centralnswgovernment@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • se suburbs melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$90,000 - AU$115,000, per year, super
      • full-time
      Our client is responsive and innovative in waste management services in Melbourne and is responsible for shaping liveable cities by delivering the full scope of civil infrastructure, open space and environmental services to government and private enterprises. Our client is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to join their team on a 3 month fixed term contract on either a full-time or part-time basis. About the RoleThe HR Business Partner primary purpose is to partner with the business to provide advice and support to all levels of management in relation to all aspects of the employment cycle. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;Lead by example and ensure that all work is carried out safely, and proactively work to ensure the workplace has a strong culture of Safety. Provide leadership and support to management on all aspects of the employee relations cycle particularly industrial relations and employee relations matters.Assist in the development and implementation of best practice Human Resources strategies, policies, programs and procedures. Represent the organisation where required in negotiations with unions and employees. This may also include EA negotiations and attendance at FWC.Support managers with individual employee issues. These may include but are not limited to performance management issues, development discussions, counselling of employees, dealing with employee grievances. Assist managers in assessing employee capability and work with the Organisational Development to put programs in place to close skill gaps.About you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Must have strong blue collar experience working within a similar field of industrial/ manufacturing.Must be willing to travel to South/East depot as well as office located in North Melbourne.Ability to build robust, supportive and enduring relationships across the organisation.Understanding of Australian legislation including Fair Work and relevant awards.An ability to embody a leader figure to successfully represent the organisation when required.An individual who is able to personify resilience and strength in a leadership role.Able to take accountability and hold self and others accountable to meet commitments.Ability to build strong relationships and deliver business centric solutions.Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from home and the office located in Melbourne’s S/E Suburbs. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jacqueline for a confidential discussion on (03) 7065 4023 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is responsive and innovative in waste management services in Melbourne and is responsible for shaping liveable cities by delivering the full scope of civil infrastructure, open space and environmental services to government and private enterprises. Our client is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner to join their team on a 3 month fixed term contract on either a full-time or part-time basis. About the RoleThe HR Business Partner primary purpose is to partner with the business to provide advice and support to all levels of management in relation to all aspects of the employment cycle. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;Lead by example and ensure that all work is carried out safely, and proactively work to ensure the workplace has a strong culture of Safety. Provide leadership and support to management on all aspects of the employee relations cycle particularly industrial relations and employee relations matters.Assist in the development and implementation of best practice Human Resources strategies, policies, programs and procedures. Represent the organisation where required in negotiations with unions and employees. This may also include EA negotiations and attendance at FWC.Support managers with individual employee issues. These may include but are not limited to performance management issues, development discussions, counselling of employees, dealing with employee grievances. Assist managers in assessing employee capability and work with the Organisational Development to put programs in place to close skill gaps.About you You have a proactive and organised approach and a high level of integrity with the ability to maintain professionalism and confidentiality to:Must have strong blue collar experience working within a similar field of industrial/ manufacturing.Must be willing to travel to South/East depot as well as office located in North Melbourne.Ability to build robust, supportive and enduring relationships across the organisation.Understanding of Australian legislation including Fair Work and relevant awards.An ability to embody a leader figure to successfully represent the organisation when required.An individual who is able to personify resilience and strength in a leadership role.Able to take accountability and hold self and others accountable to meet commitments.Ability to build strong relationships and deliver business centric solutions.Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident This opportunity is available for an immediate start with the flexibility to work from home and the office located in Melbourne’s S/E Suburbs. Please apply now using the ‘Apply Now’ button. Alternatively, please call Jacqueline for a confidential discussion on (03) 7065 4023 or apply directly at www.hrpartners.com.au At HR Partners, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000, per year, super + pool vehicle
      • full-time
      Manager Clinical Services (Psychologist) This position is available due to growth with the organisation and will see you accountable for the clinical governance help this organisation to further develop their strategic objectives for service delivery. This outcome-focused provider pride themselves on their tailored support to clients, and need a Clinical Manager to drive and continue this important in their Clinical Client Service Delivery. You will be ensuring therapy is delivered in accordance with the relevant guidelines and supervise staff to help provide optimum delivery. The role:Focus on the internship development pathways for Provisional PsychologistsSupporting Provisional Psychologists & Behaviour Support Team Leader as well as their team through clinical management - mixture of face to face and virtualProvide Clinical Supervision to Provisional Psychologists within the teamWork with an organisation that offers a wide range of personalised services including behavioural therapy, psychology and counselling services, support coordination and early childhood supportLead projects which are designed to enhance quality of therapeutic servicesWork with a variety of different, disciplines, level of staff to gain desired resultsBe comfortable with feedback and able to deliver accordingly and appropriatelyManaging a mixtured case load of work and manage time appropriatelyMaintain your own case load to keep your knowledge and practice up to date and relevant to be able to guide othersWork towards budgets & ensure quality isn't compromisedComfortable communicating with others including Critical Supports who you will be development improvement strategies closely withRecruitment & retention of staff within this growing organisationWhat you would need to be successful:Passion for Clinical Governance & management of staffCommitment and drive of continuous improvementSupport staff & work closely with the CEO & Ops ManagerKnowledge of the NDIS & APS to be able to advise on the correct actions for the different providersEncourage & guide staff to meet their KPISBachelor of Psychology (Honours) or equivalent.AHPRA registrations & APS RegistrationClinical Supervisor Board Registration (or working towards)Full Australian Drivers LicenseWilling & able to travel interstateWorking With children checkWhat's in it for you:Salary of $120,000-$140,000 plus super on offer depending on experienceMake a difference to the community and this growing organisation to improve the quality and service to all clients whilst developing therapists to deliver fantastic outcomesWork for an organisation who will invest in your professional development and make a real change, leading by example and supporting staffIf this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals.Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above and we can discuss further.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      Manager Clinical Services (Psychologist) This position is available due to growth with the organisation and will see you accountable for the clinical governance help this organisation to further develop their strategic objectives for service delivery. This outcome-focused provider pride themselves on their tailored support to clients, and need a Clinical Manager to drive and continue this important in their Clinical Client Service Delivery. You will be ensuring therapy is delivered in accordance with the relevant guidelines and supervise staff to help provide optimum delivery. The role:Focus on the internship development pathways for Provisional PsychologistsSupporting Provisional Psychologists & Behaviour Support Team Leader as well as their team through clinical management - mixture of face to face and virtualProvide Clinical Supervision to Provisional Psychologists within the teamWork with an organisation that offers a wide range of personalised services including behavioural therapy, psychology and counselling services, support coordination and early childhood supportLead projects which are designed to enhance quality of therapeutic servicesWork with a variety of different, disciplines, level of staff to gain desired resultsBe comfortable with feedback and able to deliver accordingly and appropriatelyManaging a mixtured case load of work and manage time appropriatelyMaintain your own case load to keep your knowledge and practice up to date and relevant to be able to guide othersWork towards budgets & ensure quality isn't compromisedComfortable communicating with others including Critical Supports who you will be development improvement strategies closely withRecruitment & retention of staff within this growing organisationWhat you would need to be successful:Passion for Clinical Governance & management of staffCommitment and drive of continuous improvementSupport staff & work closely with the CEO & Ops ManagerKnowledge of the NDIS & APS to be able to advise on the correct actions for the different providersEncourage & guide staff to meet their KPISBachelor of Psychology (Honours) or equivalent.AHPRA registrations & APS RegistrationClinical Supervisor Board Registration (or working towards)Full Australian Drivers LicenseWilling & able to travel interstateWorking With children checkWhat's in it for you:Salary of $120,000-$140,000 plus super on offer depending on experienceMake a difference to the community and this growing organisation to improve the quality and service to all clients whilst developing therapists to deliver fantastic outcomesWork for an organisation who will invest in your professional development and make a real change, leading by example and supporting staffIf this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals.Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above and we can discuss further.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      • newcastle, new south wales
      • permanent
      • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000, per year, super + pool vehicle
      • full-time
      Manager Clinical Services (Psychologist) This position is available due to growth with the organisation and will see you accountable for the clinical governance help this organisation to further develop their strategic objectives for service delivery. This outcome-focused provider pride themselves on their tailored support to clients, and need a Clinical Manager to drive and continue this important in their Clinical Client Service Delivery. You will be ensuring therapy is delivered in accordance with the relevant guidelines and supervise staff to help provide optimum delivery. The role:Focus on the internship development pathways for Provisional PsychologistsSupporting Provisional Psychologists & Behaviour Support Team Leader as well as their team through clinical management - mixture of face to face and virtualProvide Clinical Supervision to Provisional Psychologists within the teamWork with an organisation that offers a wide range of personalised services including behavioural therapy, psychology and counselling services, support coordination and early childhood supportLead projects which are designed to enhance quality of therapeutic servicesWork with a variety of different, disciplines, level of staff to gain desired resultsBe comfortable with feedback and able to deliver accordingly and appropriatelyManaging a mixtured case load of work and manage time appropriatelyMaintain your own case load to keep your knowledge and practice up to date and relevant to be able to guide othersWork towards budgets & ensure quality isn't compromisedComfortable communicating with others including Critical Supports who you will be development improvement strategies closely withRecruitment & retention of staff within this growing organisationWhat you would need to be successful:Passion for Clinical Governance & management of staffCommitment and drive of continuous improvementSupport staff & work closely with the CEO & Ops ManagerKnowledge of the NDIS & APS to be able to advise on the correct actions for the different providersEncourage & guide staff to meet their KPISBachelor of Psychology (Honours) or equivalent.AHPRA registrations & APS RegistrationClinical Supervisor Board Registration (or working towards)Full Australian Drivers LicenseWilling & able to travel interstateWorking With children checkWhat's in it for you:Salary of $120,000-$140,000 plus super on offer depending on experienceMake a difference to the community and this growing organisation to improve the quality and service to all clients whilst developing therapists to deliver fantastic outcomesWork for an organisation who will invest in your professional development and make a real change, leading by example and supporting staffIf this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817 I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above and we can discuss further.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      Manager Clinical Services (Psychologist) This position is available due to growth with the organisation and will see you accountable for the clinical governance help this organisation to further develop their strategic objectives for service delivery. This outcome-focused provider pride themselves on their tailored support to clients, and need a Clinical Manager to drive and continue this important in their Clinical Client Service Delivery. You will be ensuring therapy is delivered in accordance with the relevant guidelines and supervise staff to help provide optimum delivery. The role:Focus on the internship development pathways for Provisional PsychologistsSupporting Provisional Psychologists & Behaviour Support Team Leader as well as their team through clinical management - mixture of face to face and virtualProvide Clinical Supervision to Provisional Psychologists within the teamWork with an organisation that offers a wide range of personalised services including behavioural therapy, psychology and counselling services, support coordination and early childhood supportLead projects which are designed to enhance quality of therapeutic servicesWork with a variety of different, disciplines, level of staff to gain desired resultsBe comfortable with feedback and able to deliver accordingly and appropriatelyManaging a mixtured case load of work and manage time appropriatelyMaintain your own case load to keep your knowledge and practice up to date and relevant to be able to guide othersWork towards budgets & ensure quality isn't compromisedComfortable communicating with others including Critical Supports who you will be development improvement strategies closely withRecruitment & retention of staff within this growing organisationWhat you would need to be successful:Passion for Clinical Governance & management of staffCommitment and drive of continuous improvementSupport staff & work closely with the CEO & Ops ManagerKnowledge of the NDIS & APS to be able to advise on the correct actions for the different providersEncourage & guide staff to meet their KPISBachelor of Psychology (Honours) or equivalent.AHPRA registrations & APS RegistrationClinical Supervisor Board Registration (or working towards)Full Australian Drivers LicenseWilling & able to travel interstateWorking With children checkWhat's in it for you:Salary of $120,000-$140,000 plus super on offer depending on experienceMake a difference to the community and this growing organisation to improve the quality and service to all clients whilst developing therapists to deliver fantastic outcomesWork for an organisation who will invest in your professional development and make a real change, leading by example and supporting staffIf this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817 I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above and we can discuss further.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      • rockhampton, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • atherton, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • temporary
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + 10% super
      • full-time
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL LIAISON OFFICER - OPEN ARMS - BRISBANE The Clinical Liaison Officer, Regional Support will work in collaboration with the National Operations Team and Regional Teams to support the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison, Client Assist and the Regions in liaison across Open Arms, liaison with DVA services, input into and coordination of complex clinical situations, and support for clinical quality improvement initiatives. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a Clinical Liaison Officer, you will liaise with DVA services, provide input into and coordination of complex clinical situations and support clinical quality improvement initiatives. Duties include: Provision of nationally consistent clinical advice to Open Arms staff.Coordinating responses to clinical escalations and working with Client Assist and regional teams to prepare written responses to the Secretary and Ministers Office.Liaison with DVA services to support the regions in the management of complex and at-risk clients.Promote quality improvement through monitoring, analysis and feedback of implementation data, clinical activities and client outcomes and identification of system issues.Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Work closely with the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison to coordinate triage and provide immediate support to vulnerable veterans and their families.ABOUT YOU: Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationMental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with AASWRelevant clinical and case management experienceHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to interpret, present and communicate data effectivelyAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)YOUR BENEFITS: $60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Genuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeingIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL LIAISON OFFICER - OPEN ARMS - BRISBANE The Clinical Liaison Officer, Regional Support will work in collaboration with the National Operations Team and Regional Teams to support the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison, Client Assist and the Regions in liaison across Open Arms, liaison with DVA services, input into and coordination of complex clinical situations, and support for clinical quality improvement initiatives. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a Clinical Liaison Officer, you will liaise with DVA services, provide input into and coordination of complex clinical situations and support clinical quality improvement initiatives. Duties include: Provision of nationally consistent clinical advice to Open Arms staff.Coordinating responses to clinical escalations and working with Client Assist and regional teams to prepare written responses to the Secretary and Ministers Office.Liaison with DVA services to support the regions in the management of complex and at-risk clients.Promote quality improvement through monitoring, analysis and feedback of implementation data, clinical activities and client outcomes and identification of system issues.Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Work closely with the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison to coordinate triage and provide immediate support to vulnerable veterans and their families.ABOUT YOU: Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationMental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with AASWRelevant clinical and case management experienceHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to interpret, present and communicate data effectivelyAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)YOUR BENEFITS: $60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Genuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeingIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      • rockhampton, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • adelaide, south australia
      • permanent
      • full-time
      You now have the opportunity to become a Child Safety officer in one of the many locations that tropical Queensland has to offer! These locations are perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts too! From snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to chasing waterfalls ! Multiple positions available in Cairns, Toowoomba, Atherton, Rockhampton and Townsville! Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      You now have the opportunity to become a Child Safety officer in one of the many locations that tropical Queensland has to offer! These locations are perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts too! From snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to chasing waterfalls ! Multiple positions available in Cairns, Toowoomba, Atherton, Rockhampton and Townsville! Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
      • canberra, australian capital territory
      • contract
      • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAThe Open Arms Outreach Program is designed to increase service accessibility for Open Arms clients. It establishes a network of accredited mental health clinicians, engaged through statutory registration, to support the delivery of services on behalf of Open Arms across Australia. Here is your chance to give back!ABOUT THE ROLE:As an Outreach Program Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsFacilitation of the delivery of high quality clinical outreach services by ensuring appropriate referrals, applying quality assurance procedures and providing information and support to service providersParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisations ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers eligible for AASW membership and be eligible to apply for Mental Heath accreditationMinimum 3 years relevant experienceAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAThe Open Arms Outreach Program is designed to increase service accessibility for Open Arms clients. It establishes a network of accredited mental health clinicians, engaged through statutory registration, to support the delivery of services on behalf of Open Arms across Australia. Here is your chance to give back!ABOUT THE ROLE:As an Outreach Program Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsFacilitation of the delivery of high quality clinical outreach services by ensuring appropriate referrals, applying quality assurance procedures and providing information and support to service providersParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisations ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers eligible for AASW membership and be eligible to apply for Mental Heath accreditationMinimum 3 years relevant experienceAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
      • cairns, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      • toowoomba, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • melbourne, victoria
      • contract
      • AU$55.00 - AU$60.00, per hour, + super
      • full-time
      MENTAL HEALTH COMPLEX CASE MANAGER (CLINICAL) - DVA: BRISBANE, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE Work within the Department of Veteran Affairs support service, located in most major cities. The aim of the service is to provide specialised, goal-oriented, long-term case management to veterans, defence members and their families identified as having complex and multiple needs. ABOUT THE ROLE:Develop risk management plans and strategies to assist clients identified as being at risk and/or with complex multiple needsProvide clinical guidance and support to case coordinators who are assisting clients identified as being at risk and/or having complex and multiple needsAssist clients to access the required information and support services for their psychological and physical healthLiaise with the ADF, ex-service organisations, community groups and service providers to facilitate service provisionPositions available in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane ABOUT YOU:AASW eligible Social Worker, ORAHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistEligible for Working with Children Check & Vulnerable Peoples CheckExperience coordinating the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients in community mental health teams THE BENEFITS:Fantastic remuneration ($60 p/h + 10% Super) and weekly pay!Monday-Friday position, full-time hoursSupportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to see and create real change within your communityPositions available due to increased government investment in Mental Health If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact me either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
      MENTAL HEALTH COMPLEX CASE MANAGER (CLINICAL) - DVA: BRISBANE, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE Work within the Department of Veteran Affairs support service, located in most major cities. The aim of the service is to provide specialised, goal-oriented, long-term case management to veterans, defence members and their families identified as having complex and multiple needs. ABOUT THE ROLE:Develop risk management plans and strategies to assist clients identified as being at risk and/or with complex multiple needsProvide clinical guidance and support to case coordinators who are assisting clients identified as being at risk and/or having complex and multiple needsAssist clients to access the required information and support services for their psychological and physical healthLiaise with the ADF, ex-service organisations, community groups and service providers to facilitate service provisionPositions available in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane ABOUT YOU:AASW eligible Social Worker, ORAHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistEligible for Working with Children Check & Vulnerable Peoples CheckExperience coordinating the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients in community mental health teams THE BENEFITS:Fantastic remuneration ($60 p/h + 10% Super) and weekly pay!Monday-Friday position, full-time hoursSupportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to see and create real change within your communityPositions available due to increased government investment in Mental Health If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact me either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      You now have the opportunity to become a Child Safety officer in one of the many locations that tropical Queensland has to offer! These locations are perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts too! From snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to chasing waterfalls ! Multiple positions available in Cairns, Toowoomba, Atherton, Rockhampton and Townsville! Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      You now have the opportunity to become a Child Safety officer in one of the many locations that tropical Queensland has to offer! These locations are perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts too! From snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to chasing waterfalls ! Multiple positions available in Cairns, Toowoomba, Atherton, Rockhampton and Townsville! Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • toowoomba, queensland
      • permanent
      • full-time
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
      Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
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