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Case Manager - Orange

Anglicare NSW
  • Fixed-term part-time - 45 hours per fortnight
  • Rewarding work & flexible working environment
  • $35 hourly Rate and NFP salary packaging
  • High probability of contract extension

The name says it all, help families not just survive, but thrive in their communities.

Advocate. Mentor. Advisor. Liaison. Case Management is a delicate balancing act - and you? You do it with aplomb.

After all, you are empathetic; that's a given. As an experienced Case Manager, you know empowering families to survive and thrive can be professionally and personally challenging, but you wouldn't have it any other way. You know there's nothing more rewarding than coming to work each day and changing people's live.

And we're looking for someone like you, who shares our vision and values, and join our family as the newest Family Case Manager with our Survive and Thrive program.

About the program

The Survive and Thrive program is a community-based individual and family support service that aims to build resilience in families who may be experiencing significant vulnerability. The program provides early intervention and prevention services to improve children's development and wellbeing.

About the Role

The Family Case Manager aims to build family capacity by providing support to families using partnership, strengths-based and family-centred approaches. Support is provided in both group settings and on an individual basis.

You'll love this opportunity to draw upon your knowledge base and training in equal measure, as you:

  • Work in culturally competent ways with Aboriginal families and within Aboriginal communities
  • Develop relationships and network with Aboriginal service providers
  • Deliver an integrated support service for children 0-12 years and their families, with a focus on prevention services to improve experiences of social and economic exclusion.
    Develop relevant case plans to support the family to achieve their goals
  • Assist with community driven activities and projects that promote community participation enhance parenting experience and meet program objectives

You'll be drawing upon your experience and knowledge of the child and family sector on a daily basis in this role, as well as your experience in dealing with the Aboriginal community, so those top-level communication, negotiation and diplomacy skills will be needed. You will also need a diploma qualification in Community Service or a related discipline.

In exchange for your hard work you'll be richly rewarded. In addition to competitive rates of pay, you'll enjoy generous salary packaging benefits are available under Anglicare's PBI status. Anglicare also offers other benefits including additional personal leave and paid parental leave.

You'll also be part of a vibrant, social workplace that celebrates both the big and small achievements. You'll have our full organisational support, if and when you need it - and if you'd like to progress further, then there is a strong possibility of role extension!

But most of all, you'll be making a difference: a real, solid, tangible, positive change to the lives of Australian families.

And we think that's pretty special. Do you?

Want to know more?

Contact Jasmine Woodland on 0419 845.

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