- Maximum term full-time position available through until June 2023
CatholicCare Tasmania’s Inspire@HOME Therapeutic Residential Care and Independent living skills program provides support to young people 12 years to 18 years referred by Child Safety Services, who require placement and support in a residential setting.
Why join our organisation?
- Be a part of a team seeking to provide a healing environment and experiences for young people, which supports and assists them to overcome many of the challenges which they may have encountered in their life.
- Access to salary packaging – reduce taxable income and increase your take home pay.
- CatholicCare Tasmania is a respected provider of quality human services and provides a supportive work environment.
- Relocation assistance can be negotiated where required.
About the role:
- 2 roles available, Regional Coordinator Northern Tasmania based in Launceston and Regional Coordinator North West Tasmania based in Burnie.
- Provide leadership, performance development, support and supervision to Inspire@HOME employees and a lead role in creating a positive therapeutic culture.
- Participate in the development and review of Individual Action Plans, Behaviour Response Plans, Safety Plans and Therapeutic support for young people.
What you bring to the role:
- Demonstrated skills, knowledge and expertise appropriate to the provision of therapeutic services to young people age 12 years to 18 years, including long and short term residential placements, foster care, outreach and independent living skill development programs.
- Extensive professional experience (minimum of three years throughout your career) in working with young people and their families with high and complex needs.
- Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology or other relevant disciplines will be highly regarded.
For a confidential discussion about the role please call Kirsten on 0438 360 164.
The Archdiocese of Hobart and CatholicCare Tasmania is committed to safeguarding the interests of children and young persons. We are committed to protecting children and young people from harm and require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.
The Archdiocese of Hobart is an equal employment opportunity employer, and promotes and supports a family friendly workplace. The successful applicant must be eligible to work in Australia and will need to evidence their registration to Work with Vulnerable People and Police Check as part of the recruitment process.
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