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    • Case Manager (Foster Care Program) - REF 722064/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This is a Community based organisation providing care and direct support for children/young people or adults in need. This is a unique opportunity to join their fast paced Cairns office and work with dedicated people with a positive attitude and very flexible approach.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      You will work closely with children and young people as part of the Foster Care Program and will undertake needs assessments, care planning and regular reviews of services provided to ensure their safety and welfare.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You hold tertiary qualifications in Social Science and or a Diploma in Community Services - (Welfare) with relevant field or previous experience in a similar role
      • Your strong interpersonal skills means building strong relationships and rapport with clients is a breeze
      • You are a natural communicator with the oral and written communication skills to match
      • Great communication is the key for you and you have a proven capacity to develop and implement Care Plans with clients to identify and assess needs, resources and support outcomes
      • Having worked in similar role or a related field you have a proven ability to work with clients that have complex needs and you have a capacity to handle clients in crisis
      • Team work is a must in this role, helping the team meet and exceed goals
      • You are reliable, can work autonomously and you ARE ready to meet any challenge that comes your way
      • You need to have the flexibility to work some evenings and travel remotely on occasions

      What’s In It For You!

      You will be given the opportunity to work in a temporary capacity initially with a view to permanency beyond that. You will join an experienced team of professionals. This is an exciting opportunity to work for an organisation with a very worthy cause.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

       

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 722064/VS

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    • Customer Service Officer - Post Office (Aurukun) - REF 701638/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      Located in a small, remote and beautiful part of the Western side of the Cape York Peninsula, this is an ideal opportunity to see and experience a fascinating part of Far North Queensland.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      As the Customer Service Officer, you will provide assistance to the Administration Manager to ensure that the Post Office runs efficiently. You will provide effective customer service by delivering a range of specific services such as assisting with the processing of bulk mail and parcels in line with road and air deliveries, responding to front counter requests, processing money orders, reconciling to Australia Post and other duties as requested by the Administration Manager.

      You will have significant direct contact with members of the community, employees, managers and external training providers. Lucky, you are a natural communicator.

      The Skills You Bring

      • Obviously you know all about administration and your attention to detail is second to none;
      • Team work is a must in this role, helping the team to achieve positive outcomes;
      • Great communication is the key in this role;
      • You have the ability to communicate effectively;
      • You have cultural knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and are responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively;
      • You have a good understanding of current issues affecting Aboriginal communities;
      • You have a Clear Federal Police Check or the ability to pass;
      • You are tech savvy and your grasp of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and business systems data entry is astonishing.

      What’s In It For You!

      This is permanent position, you will receiving a generous salary package and will gain ‘hands on’ experience working within an Indigenous community. Subsidised accommodation will be provided.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 701638/VS

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    • Art Centre Manager (Aurukun) - REF 701617/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      Located in a small, remote and beautiful part of the Western side of the Cape York Peninsula, this is an ideal opportunity to see and experience a fascinating part of Far North Queensland and to work within a business focussing on the community they live in.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      As the Art Centre Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing the many facets of the Art Centre’s daily operation and the ongoing success of its artistic programs and financial growth, which involve exhibitions, sales and marketing activities nationally and internationally.

      In this challenging and rewarding position, you will provide effective leadership by consistently delivering a range of specific services such as Artistic Programs, Sales and Marketing, Artist Management and Support, Facility Management, Financial Management, Employment and Training, Visitors and Cultural Tourism, Organisational Integrity and Business Management.

      You will have significant direct contact with members of the community, employees, managers and external training providers. Lucky you are a good communicator!

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role, preferably at a community level;
      • You have relevant qualifications, or substantial experience in arts administration or a related discipline;
      • You have an understanding of professional gallery practice and curating, with contemporary knowledge of arts industry standards and policies;
      • Studio management including preparation of materials, artist development and care and conservation of art works is very important to you!
      • Great communication is the key in this role;
      • You have the ability to communicate effectively;
      • Delivering Indigenous or non-Indigenous arts and craft or community arts projects is a passion of yours;
      • You have cultural knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and are responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively;
      • You have a good understanding of current issues affecting Aboriginal communities;
      • Team work is a must in this role, leading teams to achieve positive outcomes in coordination with agreed budgets;
      • You are tech savvy and have a strong your grasp of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and business systems data entry is astonishing.

      What’s In It For You!

      This is a permanent position, you will definitely be receiving a generous salary package and will gain ‘hands on’ experience working within an Indigenous community. Subsidised accommodation will be provided.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 701617/VS

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    • Child and Family Consultants (Contracts) - REF 652104/VS & 652108/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      We currently have two unique short term opportunities available with a well recognised indigenous organisation. The organisation delivers welfare reforms in order to provide transformational benefits to Cape York communities.

      Child and Family Practitioner - Temporary Contract

      As the Child and Family Practitioner, you’ll mentor, encourage and support Parenting Consultants and Parenting Support staff to assist in the successful completion of programs.

      The individual skills you bring:

      • You’ll have tertiary qualifications in Human Services, Social Work, Psychology or a relevant discipline and/or have at least three years’ experience working in case management of families with complex needs or in the delivery of family services. You are reliable, can work autonomously and you ARE ready to meet any challenge that comes your way;
      • You are amazing at managing and structuring workloads effectively;
      • You can use sound judgement and have the ability to think through complex issues, develop solutions to sensitive situations/problems and assess the impact of decisions on project outcomes.

      Strong Families Parenting Consultant - Temporary Contract

      As the Strong Families Parenting Consultant, you’ll communicate confidentially at all levels, fostering constructive relationships within the community to ensure a positive program reputation and develop local networks to promote activities and other initiatives for individuals, families, local community organisations and other relevant stakeholders.

      The individual skills you bring:

      • You’ll have at least three years’ experience working in case management of families with complex needs or in the delivery of family services;
      • You’ll have well developed analytical and problem solving skills and the ability to apply these skills in case management;
      • You pride yourself on your negotiation skills to sell difficult/contentious concepts.

      What’s In It For You!

      Both of these positions offer fantastic opportunities, to take control in a sometimes very challenging environment, providing seamless interventions to the highest standards and to display your energy, resilience and adaptability working in a remote community. Competitive hourly rates are on offer to the right candidates.

      Both positions are temporary contracts based in Aurukun

      Indigenous applicants are encouraged to apply.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in these roles, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If these positions aren’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new challenge, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job References:

      Child and Family Practitioner - 652104/VS

      Strong Families Parenting Consultant - 652108/VS

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    • Strong Families Parenting Consultant (Aurukun) Temporary Contract - REF 652108/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      In this unique opportunity, you will have the chance to work for well recognised indigenous organisation. They deliver welfare reforms in order to provide transformational benefits to Cape York communities and are dedicated to empowering the Indigenous people of Cape York.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      In this dynamic role you will be responsible for delivering assessment based parenting intervention and universal programs, parenting workshops and case management activities for individuals and families. In addition, you will participate in supervision with Team Leaders for 1 on 1 meetings and the Strong Families Parenting Team Leader for program supervision.

      You can communicate confidentially at all levels, fostering constructive relationships within the community to ensure a positive program reputation and develop local networks to promote activities and other initiatives for individuals, families, local community organisations and other relevant stakeholders.

      The role is based in Aurukun.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have at least three years’ experience working in case management of families with complex needs or in the delivery of family services
      • You have well developed analytical and problem solving skills and the ability to apply these skills in case management
      • You understand the importance of confidentiality and you are capable of dealing with matters of a sensitive nature
      • Great communication is the key for you and you have proven written and verbal communication skills, including excellent spelling and grammar and email etiquette
      • You are culturally responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively and have demonstrated experience in influencing others with proven ability to motivate others to achieve positive outcomes
      • You are tech savvy and your grasp of the Microsoft Office suite is astonishing
      • You pride yourself on your negotiation skills to sell difficult/contentious concepts
      • You are naturally energetic and you have flexibility in working arrangements

      What’s In It For You!

      This is a great opportunity for you to display your energy, resilience and adaptability working in a remote community. A competitive hourly rate is on offer to the right candidate.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Indigenous applicants are encouraged to apply.

      Job Reference: 652108/VS

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    • Child and Family Practitioner (Aurukun) Temporary Contract - REF 652104/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      In this unique opportunity, you will have the chance to work for well recognised indigenous organisation. They deliver welfare reforms in order to provide transformational benefits to Cape York communities and are dedicated to empowering the Indigenous people of Cape York.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      You will be responsible for delivering assessment based parenting intervention and universal programs, parenting workshops and case management activities for individuals and families. In addition, you will mentor, encourage and support Parenting Consultants and Parenting Support staff to assist in the successful completion of programs.

      The role is based in Aurukun.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have tertiary qualifications in Human Services, Social Work, Psychology or a relevant discipline and/or have at least three years’ experience working in case management of families with complex needs or in the delivery of family services
      • You are reliable, can work autonomously and you ARE ready to meet any challenge that comes your way
      • You are an amazing at managing and structuring workloads effectively
      • You can use sound judgement and have the ability to think through complex issues, develop solutions to sensitive situations/problems and assess the impact of decisions on project outcomes
      • Great communication is the key for you and you have proven written and verbal communication skills, including excellent spelling and grammar and email etiquette
      • You understand the importance of confidentiality and you will be capable of dealing with matters of a sensitive nature
      • You are culturally responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively and have the ability to develop strong networks with diverse key partners
      • You are tech savvy and your grasp of the Microsoft Office suite is astonishing
      • You are naturally energetic and you have flexibility in working arrangements

      What’s In It For You!

      This is a great opportunity to take control in a sometimes very challenging environment, providing seamless interventions to the highest standards. A competitive hourly rate is on offer to the right candidate.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Indigenous applicants are encouraged to apply.

      Job Reference: 652104/VS

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    • Career & Transitions Officer - REF 721364/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      If you are looking for a supportive work environment and to show case your skills in a well-recognised organisation, then look no further! In this unique opportunity, you’ll get the chance to work for a leading Not-For-Profit youth organisation. Their vision is to improve child and youth development and strengthen families as well as brokering partnerships between education and industry.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Based in Cairns, the Career and Transitions Officer actively engages local employers, service providers and industry groups to create work experience, industry visits, vocational skill development and employment for young people in the Cairns region.

      You will have a passion for the community, an understanding of the local industry and employer groups and a willingness to assist and coach individuals and groups to achieve career transition and skill development.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You will have relevant qualifications within HR, business development, sales & marketing or a related field or at least 2 years’ experience in a similar role and industry;
      • You have a Suitability Card for Child Related Employment, a clear Federal Police Check and a current QLD driver’s license;
      • You have strong interpersonal skills so you can confidently interact, motivate and inspire young people to reach their career goals;
      • Team work is essential, helping ahighly professional team bring about significant success for young people;
      • Your outstanding time management and organisation skills, means you’re a total pro at setting priorities and meeting deadlines.

      What’s In It For You!

      A generous salary package is on offer to the right candidate and you’ll also be provided with the opportunity for ongoing professional development and supervision within a highly experienced team. 

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 721364/VS

      Please click on the image below to apply now!

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    • Aged Care Team Leader / Mentor - REF 520770/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This organisation concentrates on the community and is part of a small, remote and beautiful region located on the tropical West Coast of Cape York, Far North Queensland.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Their Centre is an accredited provider of aged care and disability services. This role is designed to guide and mentor older people to meet the challenges of ageing with dignity, pride love and compassion. Major responsibilities of the role will include;

      • Conducting client assessments and care planning
      • Planning and providing nutritious meals in line with client’s individual needs
      • Supervision and training of up to 17 staff
      • Providing personal services and mentoring to up to 50 clients
      • Office duties and database management
      • Prioritise and reallocate jobs where necessary

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have tertiary qualifications such as Certificate III in Aged Care, Primary Health Care or Management
      • You have a current national police clearance certificate and a QLD Blue Card
      • You have the ability to obtain a Food Safety Supervisor Certificate
      • Cook Qualifications are highly desirable
      • Having worked in a similar position you have experience in solution based thinking, along with demonstrated empathy to meet the needs of older people
      • Team work is essential as you will be leading and supervising the team to achieve positive outcomes in coordination with agreed budgets
      • You understand the importance of having a strong work ethic, it’s second nature to you
      • You are a natural communicator with the oral and written communication skills to match
      • You are culturally responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively

      What’s In It For You!

      You will be rewarded with a generous salary package and the opportunity to work in a diverse and interesting role. Subsidised accommodation in a fully furnished house is provided.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 520770/VS

      Please click on the image below to apply now!

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