- Job posted on: 25th Nov 2019
- Applications close:
Enjoy the benefits of working with a growing organisation offering career development, flexibility and an attractive annual salary package (including leave loading and superannuation).
VincentCare Victoria is seeking an appropriately-qualified person to take on the position of Initial Assessment and Planning (IAP) Worker who has experience and qualifications to work from a client centred approach with homeless, and/or marginalised adults to provide assessment, information, referral and brief support to those seeking housing and/or support assistance.
The IAP Worker will work within a multi-faceted team based at the new Ozanam House redevelopment featuring a Homelessness Recovery Centre, crisis, short-term/extended-stay and long-term housing. The position works within the Initial Assessment and Planning Team (IAP) in the Homelessness Resource Centre, which functions as an Access Point for entry into the Homelessness Service System. The position is primarily responsible for conducting assessments with clients to identify existing or potential risks, support needs and personal aspirations and to make appropriate referrals as needed. The role also provides information on topics such as housing and support options, as well as providing information on and referrals to relevant services as identified by the client. The position may also require conducting an intake and assessment function for the Ozanam House crisis accommodation and extended stay where required.
VincentCare Victoria is an award winning organisation established to provide a range of accommodation and support services to people that are facing disadvantage throughout metropolitan and regional Victoria.
Our aspiration is to be the leader in providing care, hope and advocacy for those facing disadvantage. Our purpose is to create opportunities and lasting change for the most marginalised. VincentCare is well equipped to provide a continuum of services that effectively meet the needs of people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Inner Melbourne Community Hub provides a range of accommodation and support services, including crisis accommodation, drug and alcohol case management, and adult outreach.
A key strategic priority is attracting and retaining skilled and committed employees aligned to our values. VincentCare has over three hundred dedicated, talented and enthusiastic staff working across a range of programs and services and offers a number of benefits including:
We are committed to the principles of social justice and aim to ensure every individual is treated with dignity and respect regardless of their cultural background, ability, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or religion.
A position description is attached.