- Job posted on: 24th Feb 2021
- Applications close:
The Therapeutic Practitioner works as part of the Keeping Connected Sibling Support and Placement Service which supports vulnerable sibling groups who are entering the out of home care system. Promoting preservation and reunification of sibling groups, the service aims to keep siblings together in a home based care setting, and prevent young people from being placed in residential care unnecessarily.
The Practitioner plays an important role in developing, implementing and reviewing therapeutic support plans for sibling groups. The Practitioner will work closely with Child Protection and other stakeholders to support the initial placement of sibling groups.
To be successful in your application you will meet the person specification in the position description, including having a tertiary qualification in social work, psychology, or a human services related discipline.
You will also have:
If this sounds like you, find out more about this role or apply today. Please upload the following as part of your application:
Sanne Houter – Team Leader, Keeping Connected Sibling Support & Placement Service
T: 0423 758 635 (during business hours)
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