- Job posted on: 31st Jul 2020
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We have an exciting opportunity within our inner Gippsland region. Key Assets seeks to appoint experienced and appropriately qualified Senior Family Preservation and Reunification Practitioners to join our fast growing team.
A position description is attached.
For a private conversation regarding this opportunity, please call Lisa Ranahan (State Director) 0439 915 641 or Simone Carr (Operations Manager) 0448 672 552.
The Family Preservation and Reunification (FPR) response is an integral component of the Victorian Government reform and service system improvement. The new whole-of-system model and redesign for the children and family systems will reorient the child and family system towards earlier intervention and prevention to reduce and prevent risk to children, build family capability and improve child and family outcomes.
The aim of this role is to promote the wellbeing of vulnerable children and young people by supporting and building the capacity of those adults responsible for their care. Key Assets Victoria supports children and young people in foster care and works with vulnerable families whose children and young people are at risk of entering foster care.
Key Assets Social Work practice is structured and guided by our Key Assets Practice Framework which is founded on principles of respect, open and transparent relationships, community development and change management. The Senior FPR Practitioner will work alongside Ramahyuck in the provision of the Response to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; and provide supervision to the FPR Practitioners.
Key Assets reserves the right to interview suitable individuals prior to the closing date of this campaign, this campaign may also be extended at any time.
Key Assets the children's services provider is committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and all applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and minority groups are encouraged to apply.