- Job posted on: 17th Sep 2021
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First Nations People, LGBTIQ+ people, people with disability, people of colour, public housing residents or people with a lived experience are encouraged to apply.
drummond street services (DS) is a not-for-profit, non-denominational agency that has over 130 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 a fantastic line management opportunity for a Senior Child and Family Practitioner to join their team in Wyndham (full time). Your primary responsibility will be to provide support and leadership to a transdisciplinary team that focuses on the healthy mental development of children using a whole of family approach.
This rewarding role provides an excellent opportunity to utilise your experience in counselling with couples and families, as well as providing supervision and coaching to multidisciplinary team members.
drummond street is looking for a driven leader with a background in working with families regarding child mental health. Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Family Therapy, Case Work, Counselling, Psychology or similar will be essential for your success. Experience in counselling is integral to this role, as well as confidence in seminar or group facilitation.
Due to the nature of the role, it’s important you are well versed in managing your time across a variety of responsibilities, encompassing both practice delivery and supervision. You’ll also be skilled in adapting to different environments, innovative approaches ensuring your ability to meet the needs of individual practitioners while also keeping in mind the developmental needs of the team and organisation as a whole.
Acting as a mentor for your team, you'll motivate Practitioners to perform to the highest standard while providing them with the support needed to flourish in their roles. Your capacity to inspire and engage staff in completing complex work will ensure your success, as well as that of the team.
As a resilient and adaptable person who thrives in a fast-paced and changing environment, you'll bring with you a vision for the future and enthusiasm for building and guiding your team throughout the process. Most importantly, you'll be passionate about leading change and will understand the importance of supporting the development of a multidisciplinary team to achieve a successful and healthy outcome for clients.
This is both an incredibly rewarding and exciting opportunity to directly impact the success of the team. You'll be encouraged to utilise your innovation and creativeness and given the autonomy to take charge of positive organisational change.
In return for your dedication and commitment, you will be offered an attractive remuneration package (negotiable based on experience), as well as salary packaging options.
To discuss your application contact Nat Oska on 9663 6733 or firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Senior Child and Family Practitioner enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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