Darumbal Community Youth Service Inc. (DCYSI)
DCYSI provides holistic support services to young people and families throughout the Central Queensland Region. The forefront of our service delivery is to assist the most disadvantaged and vulnerable in our communities based upon the principles of caring and sharing; providing a range of youth and family services; social inclusion services; assist growth and mutual responsibility; and enhance engagement with the wider community through community development.
We are recruiting now for the following vacancies that will be available in January 2016:
Act. Eaglehawk Family Support Worker
Budaroo Shelter Senior Support Worker
RYSS Administration Support Worker (P/T)
PaCE Community Engagement Support Worker (P/T)
A copy of the Information Package containing details of the required qualifications, licences and the Selection Criteria for all positions must be obtained and completed prior to submitting your application and can be collected by contacting The Recruitment Officer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (07) 4922 6180.
The closing date for all applications is Friday 4th December, 2015
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are encouraged to apply.
*Applicants must possess required qualifications and licences including a current ‘C’ class Drivers licence and be eligible to obtain a Working with Children Blue Card.
Fixed Term Contract 30 June 2017– Rockhampton
$60,758pa + superannuation + salary sacrifice options
The Kinship Placement Support Worker is responsible for prompt and appropriate placement of children requiring care as referred by Child Safety Services with approved and suitable care providers. The Kinship Placement Support Worker supports and monitors carers and the sourcing of suitable kinship care options. Kinship Placement Support Workers are also responsible for conducting initial carer assessments and renewal of approvals and ensuring that all licensing requirements and standards of care are met.
The Kinship Placement Support Worker will work in collaboration with Placement Support Workers, Child Safety Services and recognised entities to identify and source suitable kin placements for children in out of home care.
Closing date: Monday 30 November 2015
For information on the Rockhampton position please contact Sharon Pabis 4927 8200 or email@example.com
If you would like to apply please:-
Complete your application referring and responding to the Selection Criteria located within the Position Description.
Submit this along with a cover letter, current curriculum vitae’ and completed Application for Employment Form.
Only complete applications lodged by the closing time/date will be considered.
Title: Careworker/Client Advocate – Male
Section: Juwarki Kapu-Lug Diversionary Centre
Classification: SACS (Qld) ‘Transitional’ Award 2001 Level 3 pp2.
Shiftwork: a rolling shift of 8 hours, 152 hours per month
Position Requirements: ‘C’ class drivers licence, First Aid Certificate, Blue Card – Positive Notice – working with children
Preferred Qualifications: Certificate III or IV – Community Work – drug and alcohol-related or Certificate IV – Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care
Key Selection Criteria:
- An ability to engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
- An ability to provide support to people who are intoxicated and who may also have multiple, complex support needs.
- An ability to work collaboratively with other diversion service staff and other stakeholders.
- Strong community links and local knowledge.
- Local social, cultural and geographical understandings.
- Knowledge of the risks faced by our client group.
- Compassion and empathy with the situation of clients
- Ability to work a rolling annualised roster.
As this is an identified position, there is a genuine occupational requirement that this position be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander male as permitted under Section 25 and 104 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991.
Applications are to address the Key Selection Criteria and include a cover letter, copy of your resume and any relevant qualifications. Address applications to: Recruitment – Diversionary Services, PO Box 1249, Rockhampton Qld 4700. or can be email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: COB Friday 20th November 2015.
Position Description and Service Overview are available for download below or by telephone: Shannon Mann on 0749 277 508.
A temporary full-time AO4 Program Support Officer position within Indigenous Priorities, Early Childhood Education and Care Division will be advertised on Smart Jobs and Careers from 9 November 2015. The temporary position is available until December 2017 unless otherwise determined. Applications close on 22 November 2015.
The Role Description and Applicant Information Package for the position can be accessed on the Smart Jobs and Careers website at http://www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au
The Job Ad Reference (JAR) is CO197962/15.