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Case Manager - Hobart

Employer: Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Inc
Work Type/s: Full Time, Part Time
Classification/s: Multiculturalism & Diversity, Social Work
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: Hobart

Job posted on: 22 August, 2019.
Applications close: 02 September, 2019.

About Us

The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) aims to build the skills and knowledge of refugees and humanitarian entrants for social and economic participation within Australia. The HSP has an outcomes-based delivery framework, with a renewed focus on improving English language, education and employment outcomes for humanitarian entrants.

What We Offer

  • Salary Packaging
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program
  • Health & Wellbeing days of paid leave
  • and more!

About the Job

The Case Manager will lead statewide quality case management practices and support HSP Case Managers and other workers in their client services by providing expert advice and through leading by example. The HSP Senior Case Manager will work collaboratively with other programs and services within MRC Tas, along with other relevant external agencies to provide case management to complex HSP cases (Tier 3).

About You

To be successful you will be a great team player, ready to provide support and advice to capable and motivated Case Managers, You will also support the success of a team of Support Workers, Bicultural Workers and Volunteers.

You must have formal tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology or a related discipline, and well developed knowledge of community services.

How to apply for this job

Go to, read the Position Description and email your CV and a statement addressing the selection criteria to, using the subject line: HSP Senior Case Manager - Hobart application via EthicalJobs.

Employment is subject to a satisfactory National Police Check and Working with Vulnerable People registration which we will organise for successful applicants.

Supporting materials  PD - HSP Senior Case Manager South - Jul 2019.pdf