Child Protection manager ANGLICARE


Range from $81,560 – $84 689 pa (depending on qualifications and experience) + Leave + Superannuation + Salary Sacrifice

Rockhampton or Gladstone or Emerald based

The Child Protection Manager leads, directs and gives effect to the strategic direction of the program through the delivery of participant focussed residential care and foster/intensive foster care services. The role is also responsible for growing the portfolio and ensuring program sustainability over the short, medium and long term. As this role has a strong leadership focus, a personal commitment and passion for excellence is essential.

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 date will be considered.

For application information please go to our website at

or contact Sharon Pabis on (07) 4927 8200


Applications close:  Monday 21 March 2016

Anglicare Central Queensland

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2 Child Protection Week Events


    Child Protection Week activities:

Community, Family and Children’s Expo

Safe, Happy and Healthy Children

Celebrating QLD Child Protection Week

We are seeking organisations to hold a stall to inform the community of the services they offer at our two events

The Hall State School at 8:00am

Tuesday, 9th September 2014

Allenstown State School at 8:00am

Friday, 12th September 2014

A free sausage sizzle BBQ will be provided.

Health, learning, education, family support and information for families.

Family Planning will be running a parent session at 9:00am

To Melanie McAllum

via email

or phone 0467815549

Free Child Protection Community Legal Education at Woorabinda HACC hall on the 9th of October.

Please find attached a ATSILS promotion flyer for the 9th of October at Woorabinda Child Protection Community legal Education, the venue is the Woorabinda HACC Hall. Please circulate throughout your local networks and promote attendance.

The workshops will run for a whole day, catered and resourced by ATSILS running 9:00am until 4.30pm, with a minimum target of 40 plus persons.

The venue is the HACC hall with capacity to hold a significant number of attendees. It is a great opportunity for key service providers and stakeholders to actively engage or observe Community Legal education on the:

* The Queensland Child Protection Act 1999 and Regulations
* Stages of child protection – Intake, Investigation and Assessment and Ongoing intervention
* Family Group Meetings/Case plan review meeting
* Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specific child protection legislation
* Reviews, appeals and complaints processes
* Queensland child protection model
* Benefits of legal representation and collaborative partnerships
* Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander – Holistic Early Intervention, Targeted Support, Child Protection Services

It is an excellent opportunity for important community members such as parents, extended families, care providers, elders to discuss child protection solutions and work in partnerships with key support services to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child protection practices and outcomes.

Please email your RSVP to and encourage the community to attend this proactive collaborative approach to children and young people’s right to proficient prevention, early intervention and child protection services. Given the recent Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry 10 year Roadmap for Child Protection it is a great time to be informed and help drive positive change.

William Hayward
Law and Justice Advocacy Developmental Officer
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services
Phone: 07 3025 3848
Freecall: 1800 012 255
Fax: 07 3025 3800