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    • perth, western australia
    • permanent
    • AU$90,000 - AU$98,000, per year, +super+salary sacrifice
    • full-time
    Based in Northbridge, this position is within a national organisation that aim to support, advocate for and represent the interests of children and young people with experience in care at state level. This position is full-time, reporting to a national manager and working with a wider team across all states and territories. Looking after 3 direct reports, the WA team cover a wide area, engaging with multiple stakeholders. The role requires a highly motivated advocate that is passionate about promoting the rights of children and young people. It also requires a person with a collaborative approach to facilitate the voice of children and young people to improve the out of home care system. The role also encompasses oversight of the delivery of the foundations programs and activities.THE ROLE:Ensure that the foundations Child Protection policy is upheld to protect the interests of children and young people engaged with programs and activities;Assisting in the development of state budgets in consultation with the Finance Manager and monitoring and adhering to the state budget and financial controls;Contribute to the development of the organisations strategic plan, and take lead responsibility for developing and implementing the state Action Plan annually;Advocate effectively at state and national level for the rights and well-being of children and young people with a care experience;Develop and maintain positive working relationships with key stakeholders (government and non-government).Manage, supervise and monitor staff performance;Provide high quality reports as required within required time frames.Contribute meaningfully to national initiatives and programABOUT YOU:Tertiary qualification in a relevant field required (Social Work, Business, Behavioural, Social Science)High level of understanding of the child protection and/ or foster care system3+ years management experience with the ability to motivate, support and manage a teamExcellent verbal and written communication skills incorporating a high level of proficiency at report writingDemonstrated skills in data collection and analysisExperience in developing, managing and adhering to budgets including negotiation of funding and service agreementsDevelop and maintain positive working relationships with key stakeholders (government and non-government)Current Driver's LicenseCurrent Working with Children CheckYour BenefitsWorking for a highly respected Not-For-Profit Community organisationSalary Sacrificing opportunitiesOn the job training, development, and mentoringFlexible working hoursGreat career development opportunitiesCentral office location If this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to Jennifer.Conlon@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 08 9320 1600 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.
    Based in Northbridge, this position is within a national organisation that aim to support, advocate for and represent the interests of children and young people with experience in care at state level. This position is full-time, reporting to a national manager and working with a wider team across all states and territories. Looking after 3 direct reports, the WA team cover a wide area, engaging with multiple stakeholders. The role requires a highly motivated advocate that is passionate about promoting the rights of children and young people. It also requires a person with a collaborative approach to facilitate the voice of children and young people to improve the out of home care system. The role also encompasses oversight of the delivery of the foundations programs and activities.THE ROLE:Ensure that the foundations Child Protection policy is upheld to protect the interests of children and young people engaged with programs and activities;Assisting in the development of state budgets in consultation with the Finance Manager and monitoring and adhering to the state budget and financial controls;Contribute to the development of the organisations strategic plan, and take lead responsibility for developing and implementing the state Action Plan annually;Advocate effectively at state and national level for the rights and well-being of children and young people with a care experience;Develop and maintain positive working relationships with key stakeholders (government and non-government).Manage, supervise and monitor staff performance;Provide high quality reports as required within required time frames.Contribute meaningfully to national initiatives and programABOUT YOU:Tertiary qualification in a relevant field required (Social Work, Business, Behavioural, Social Science)High level of understanding of the child protection and/ or foster care system3+ years management experience with the ability to motivate, support and manage a teamExcellent verbal and written communication skills incorporating a high level of proficiency at report writingDemonstrated skills in data collection and analysisExperience in developing, managing and adhering to budgets including negotiation of funding and service agreementsDevelop and maintain positive working relationships with key stakeholders (government and non-government)Current Driver's LicenseCurrent Working with Children CheckYour BenefitsWorking for a highly respected Not-For-Profit Community organisationSalary Sacrificing opportunitiesOn the job training, development, and mentoringFlexible working hoursGreat career development opportunitiesCentral office location If this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to Jennifer.Conlon@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 08 9320 1600 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.
    • perth, western australia
    • contract
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + 10% super
    • full-time
    OPEN ARMS, MOUNT PLEASANT: 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:Qualified Psychologist with AHPRA Registration OR Social Worker with full Australian AASW registration (eligible for AMHSW)Minimum 3 years experience with clinical case managementDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 9.5% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday flexible hours (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 817Refer 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, MOUNT PLEASANT: 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:Qualified Psychologist with AHPRA Registration OR Social Worker with full Australian AASW registration (eligible for AMHSW)Minimum 3 years experience with clinical case managementDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 9.5% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday flexible hours (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 817Refer 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.

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