- Job posted on: 15th Apr 2021
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Creating positive outcomes for our students and families by enriching our school communities is at the heart of everything we do at the Catholic Schools Broken Bay. We support 44 Catholic primary and secondary schools across Sydney's North, Northern Beaches and Central Coast and educate over 17,000 students.
This is a full time, 3 year contract position for a Family Support Caseworker to provide outreach intervention and support that is strengths-based, holistic and family-centred. The role will support the school communities of St Brigid’s Catholic College and St Brendan’s Catholic Primary in Lake Munmorah. As part of a team, this role will:
Support the establishment and coordination of a Catholic school community centre with school leaders and the centre team.
Provide continuity of care and support by embedding services in the school in response to the complex needs of families in the community to improve student safety, education, wellbeing and overall life outcomes.
Provide case management and case coordination services to families that enhances the support provided to children and young people.
To be successful in this role you will be an experienced Psychologist or Social Worker and registered with an appropriate professional association (i.e. APS or AASW).
In return, we offer a salary of up to $107,779 plus superannuation, salary packaging and a supportive and collaborative team environment. Teacher conditions apply which is inclusive of school holidays. Occasionally, duties will require a variation of hours. Own transport is essential and travelling costs will be reimbursed in accordance with the policies and procedures of Catholic Schools Broken Bay.
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CSBB staff should apply via Phris/Self Service/Careers.
Contact the Recruitment Team on 0438 961 839 or at email@example.com using the subject line: Family Support Caseworker - Lake Munmorah enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Catholic Schools Broken Bay promotes a culture of safety and care for children and young people. The Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter provides overarching principles that ensure children and young people are at the centre of the work we do and that every child and young person is encouraged to have a voice and participate in their community to their fullest potential. All employees must be aware of the Diocesan Office for Safeguarding Charter and be committed to organisational child safe standards and practice. Successful applicants for child-related roles must meet the requirements of the Working with Children Check.