- Job posted on: 2nd Oct 2020
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drummond street services (DS) is a not-for-profit agency that provides family services, mental health and wellbeing support, relationship counselling, parent support and education for families, children and young people that reflect the diversity of the communities across our different locations.
drummond street has over 127 years in the development and delivery of innovative services that strengthens families and communities with a strong focus on evidence-based/informed practice and across the prevention and early intervention spectrum of universal and targeted support.
drummond street has played a crucial role providing specialist support to members of the LGBTQI community for over thirty years through its Queerspace program.
drummond street has a fantastic opportunity for a part time(0.6EFT)) Child and Family Practitioner to join the team in the Northern Region in our Whittlesea location at Epping.
Reporting to the Senior Family and Child Practitioner, Whittlesea, you'll be responsible for the delivery of high quality child and family focused prevention and intervention services.
To qualify, you will hold relevant tertiary qualifications in the fields of social work or family therapy, as well as a strong working background in the mental health and/or family services sectors. Demonstrated knowledge and application of a range of therapeutic approaches for individuals, couples, families and young people will be essential.
This role is well suited to someone who is organised, flexible, client-focused and who can effectively manage tasks and deadlines while maintaining a high degree of self-awareness and professionalism. You will also demonstrate a positive, creative and collaborative approach to the delivery of support services.
As a reflection of our values and mission, we are a non-discriminatory organisation that delivers universal and targeted interventions to families, individuals, adults, children, youth and diverse communities. We are seeking candidates who embody these values and who have particular experience working with diverse communities and families, including people from diverse cultural backgrounds, First Nations People, LGBTIQ communities and people with disability.
For further information call Bianca Nash on 9663 6733 or visit our website www.ds.org.au.
A position description is attached.