- Melbourne > Bayside & South Eastern Suburbs Melbourne
- Job posted on: 24th Jan 2022
- Applications close:
Wayss is the largest provider of housing and family violence services in the South East Melbourne area.
We exist so that people have access to safe, sustainable and affordable housing and our vision is to be the major provider of social housing services and leading-edge client support programs in the Southern Melbourne Metropolitan region.
The Women’s Outreach program sits within Housing Services and supports women to bring about positive outcomes that promote growth and stability to assist the individual and/ her family to reach their full potential.
The Case Manager, Women’s Outreach Program provides client centred, strength base case management support for women with multiple and varying complex needs that significantly impact their lives and that of any accompanying children. Complex needs of clients may include long term homelessness; drug and/alcohol dependency; previous experience of family violence; parenting issues; financial and/ legal issues; support for mental and physical health; complex cultural needs. All women in the Women’s Outreach Program typically have an experience of significant trauma in their lives.
Duties will include:
We are looking for a passionate, client-focused individual who can work with women with complex needs.
You will have:
This role requires a current Driver’s Licence and valid ‘Employment’ category - Working with Children Check Card. The candidate will need to have successfully completed Wayss pre-employment screening, a police check and provide evidence of full Covid-19 vaccination compliance.
Our people are our greatest asset. Without them, we would be unable to make a meaningful impact in the lives of people facing homelessness and family violence. This is our motivation in offering a range of benefits to ensure we hire and retain great people.
To hear what our people have to say about working at Wayss watch the video below.
Please ensure you include a covering letter, outlining your experience in relation to the key selection criteria outlined in the Position Description. Enquiries about the position can be directed to Shirlene Hart Team Leader on 9791 6111.
The Position Description can be obtained by visiting www.wayss.org.au/careers-at-wayss.
Wayss is proud to be an inclusive and child safe organisation. Due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Police Check and possess a valid Working with Children Check.
At Wayss, we embrace a culture of diversity and inclusion within our workforce and approach to service delivery. We are responsive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from LGBTIQ and culturally and linguistically diverse communities, people living with a disability and people of all ages.