Jobs

CatholicCare  is an equal opportunity employer who employs staff who are committed and dedicated to people in need, regardless of the difficulties faced by those who access our services.

CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation. All staff must comply with our child-safe, child-friendly policies and Code of Conduct. The successful applicant will be required to comply with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.

Child Care Worker

Outside School Hours Care - Pymble

  •          Are you passionate about working with children?
  •          Looking for a sustainable career path in a high growth sector?
  •          Part time 27.5 hours per week 

Outside School Hours Care is a career which is both rewarding and fun with the opportunity to work in a creative way with school age children. CatholicCare is an experienced provider of high quality before and after school care and we are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to work in a part time position in our Outside School Hours Care service, based at Sacred Heart Pymble.

 Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting in implementing programs for children aged 5 – 12 years in Before School Care, After School Care and Vacation Care
  • Ensuring that all policies and procedures are adhered to
  • Building relationships with children, their families and local schools 
  • Assisting with day to day administration of the service
  • Taking on the role of Educational Leader
  • Stepping up as Certified Supervisor in the Coordinators absence

As CatholicCare is an established provider you will benefit from mentoring, training and support to assist you in building your professional skills in this rapidly expanding sector.

 If you have an interest or background in working with children and you would like to apply for this position please download the position description and instructions on how to apply.  For further information email Rebecca Haynes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or call Rebecca on (02) 9481 2676 or mobile 0437 650 313. Alternatively call John Byrne on 0448 869 324.

 Closing date: 24 October 2014

pdfInstructions to Apply126.94 KB

pdfPosition Description107.49 KB

 

Family Support Worker

 Join our growing, vibrant, faith based agency providing innovative social care services to 20,000 children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and the NSW Central Coast. Our Naremburn Family Centre delivers a range of programs including Family and Youth Support, Counselling, Financial Counselling, Disabilities and Family Dispute Resolution to families, children and individuals on the Northern Beaches.

 We are seeking a Full time Family Support Worker. The role of Family Support Worker will be located at Brookvale Family Centre before being relocated to the Naremburn Family Centre. This role will service clients from both Naremburn and Brookvale Family Centres.

 Responsibilities include:

  • Conduct assessments of families and young people accessing Family and Youth Services
  • Provide professional and informed advice to clients on matters such as budgeting and finance, health and social well-being, legal issues, employment and education and parenting
  • Provide high quality group work as required
  • Appropriately record and keep files in accordance with principles of confidentiality
  • Maintain accurate statistics and meet internal and external reporting
  • Please down load full position description from our website

 The key requirements for this role are:

  •  Tertiary qualifications in an appropriate area eg. Community, Social Work, Behavioural Science or related discipline
  •  Demonstrated experience working and engaging with children, young people and their families
  •  Demonstrated experience in effective case management with families
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Client service focus, integrity and a commitment to teamwork
  • Must hold valid Working with Children Check Clearance

 Please download the Position Description and letter of instruction to apply for this role. For enquiries contact Laura Hurstfield on (02) 8968 5100. Applicants who do not follow the specified application process will not be considered.

 

 Closing Date: 31 October 2014.

pdf2014_10_03_Letter_of Instructions pdf

pdf2014_09_09 Position Description.pdf

pdfPersonal_Information_Collection_Notice 

 

Property Relationship Developer

Going Home Staying Home

Part Time – 3 days per week

 Join our growing, vibrant, faith based agency providing innovative social care services to 20,000 children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and the NSW Central Coast. Our Waitara Family Centre delivers a range of programs including Family & Youth Support, Counselling, Disabilities Services and Family Dispute Resolution.

The role of Property Relationship Developer will be located at Waitara.  This role is responsible for:  

  • Assisting to identify and locate housing opportunities for individuals and families requiring sustainable housing.
  • Liaising with real estate agents and community housing providers to identify innovative solutions.
  • Screen suitability for particular types of accommodation.
  • Facilitating networking within the broader community.
  • Act as broker between case management worker and real estate agents
  • Appropriately record and keep files in accordance with principles of confidentiality
  • Maintain accurate statistics and meet internal and external reporting
  • Please down load full position description from our website

The key requirements for this role are:

  • Tertiary qualifications in an appropriate area eg. Community, Social  Work, Welfare, Tenancy Matters and Real Estate Training or equivalent industry experience.
  • Previous experience working with accommodation and housing issues;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the needs of homeless people.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Must hold a current, valid Driver’s Licence
  • Must hold valid Working with Children Check Clearance

Closing Date: 22 October 2014

pdfInstructions to Apply102.97 KB

pdfPosition Description112.6 KB

pdfPersonal_Information_Collection_Notice_-_Employment_2014.pdf175.81 KB

Homelessness Support Worker (Men)

Going Home Staying Home

 Join our growing, vibrant, faith based agency providing innovative social care services to 20,000 children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and the NSW Central Coast. Our Waitara Family Centre delivers a range of programs including Family & Youth Support, Counselling, Disabilities Services and Family Dispute Resolution.

The role of Homelessness Support Worker (Men’s) will be located at Waitara.This role is responsible for:

  • Providing high quality case management, support and information to homeless single men and those at risk of homelessness.
  • Assisting men in addressing the challenges to sustaining secure housing and improving the quality of their lives.
  • Facilitating networking within the broader community.
  • Facilitating high quality group work as required
  • Appropriately record and keep files in accordance with principles of confidentiality
  • Maintain accurate statistics and meet internal and external reporting
  • Please down load full position description from our website

The key requirements for this role are:

  • Tertiary qualifications in an appropriate area eg. Community, Social  Work, Behavioural Science or related discipline or equivalent industry experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with housing issues, and an understanding of the needs of homeless people, particularly homeless men.
  • Demonstrated experience in effective case management with families.
  • Knowledge of Child Protection legislation and understanding aspects of domestic violence and custody issues.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Must hold a current, valid Driver’s Licence
  • Must hold valid Working with Children Check Clearance

Closing Date: 22 October 2014

pdfInstructions to Apply151.29 KB

pdfPosition Description112.02 KB

pdfPersonal_Information_Collection_Notice_-_Employment_2014.pdf175.81 KB

 

 

Homelessness Support Worker (Child Development)

Going Home Staying Home

 Join our growing, vibrant, faith based agency providing innovative social care services to 20,000 children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and the NSW Central Coast. Our Waitara Family Centre delivers a range of programs including Family & Youth Support, Counselling, Disabilities Services and Family Dispute Resolution.

The role of Homelessness Support Worker (Child Development) will be located either at Waitara or at Marsfield and will be required to support children residing in a shelter and in temporary accommodation or in the community within the Hornsby/Ku-ring-gai and Ryde/Hunters Hill Local Government areas. 

This role is responsible for:  

  • Providing high quality case management, support and information to children who are in families receiving support through homeless services.
  • Demonstrated experience and understanding of issues relating to child development particularly in families who have experienced complex issues and trauma.
  • Facilitating high quality group work as required.
  • Appropriately record and keep files in accordance with principles of confidentiality.
  • Maintain accurate statistics and meet internal and external reporting.
  • Facilitating networking within the broader community.

Please down load full position description from our website

The key requirements for this role are:

  • Tertiary qualifications in an appropriate area eg. Community, Social  Work, Behavioural Science or related discipline or equivalent industry experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with housing issues, and an understanding of the needs of homeless people.
  • Demonstrated experience in effective case management with families.
  • Knowledge of Child Protection legislation and understanding aspects of domestic violence and custody issues.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Must hold a current, valid Driver’s Licence
  • Must hold valid Working with Children Check Clearance

Closing Date: 22 October 2014

pdfInstructions to Apply.pdf102.73 KB

pdfPosition description113.23 KB

pdfPersonal_Information_Collection_Notice_-_Employment_2014.pdf175.81 KB

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