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.

Casual Child Care Educators - Certificate III

  • Woy Woy Early Learning and Care and OSHC Multiservice
  • Casual positions available
  • Must hold Certificate III in Children’s Services

The Woy Woy Early Learning and Care and Outside School Hours Care Multiservice provides high quality child care and education to children on site at St John the Baptist Catholic School. The service operates 50 weeks per year. Our Casual Child Care Educators will:

  • Contribute to the planning, programming and evaluation of individual children and groups of children within the context of a play based learning environment
  • Document  children’s learning and maintain child records as required
  • Provide a safe, nurturing and positive learning environment for children
  • Work effectively with colleagues and contribute to a cohesive team environment sharing all duties in support of the team
  • Build strong and effective relationships with children and their families

The key requirements for this role are:

  • Previous experience working in Children’s Services
  • Understanding of and experience in working to the Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Standards
  • Ability to record and document children’s learning that reflects current pedagogical thinking and practices
  • Well developed written and verbal communication skills
  • Team player with the ability to build respectful relationships with fellow educators, families & children

Required qualifications are:

  • Certificate III in Children’s Services
  • Current First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis
  • Current Working with Children Clearance

Please download the below Position Description and Instructions on how to apply. For further information phone Amy Trudgett on 0481 602 081 or email Amy on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Closing Date: Monday 12 June 2017

pdfInstructions

pdfPosition Description

pdfPersonal Information Collection Notice

 

 

 

Payroll Lead

CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a flexible and family friendly workplace offering the opportunity to make a difference in your local community where it's needed most. Our innovative & leading edge social care programs are responsive to the complex and changing needs of the sector and provide our staff opportunities to develop and grow in contemporary work practices, which result in the best outcomes for our clients. We provide a wide range of programs to assist children, young people, individuals and families in Sydney's North and on the NSW Central Coast.

CatholicCare is looking for an experienced specialist in Payroll to develop and execute the payroll test plan, while supporting the implementation of a new CRM (Carelink Plus) which will interface with the legacy payroll system.

This fixed term position will be responsible for:

-       Overseeing all aspects of payroll testing and issues with the implementation and go live of Carelink Plus

-       Delivery of payroll processing activities across all CatholicCare business units

-       Managing the end-to-end payroll cycle when required

-       Provision of payroll related information to the Executive, Social Care Management team and Finance & Business team

-       Payslip distribution, advice to internal clients in relation to payments and transactions, super and PAYE, and other payroll related activities as needed.

The successful applicant will have:

-       4-5 years experience as a payroll generalist including managing end-to-end payroll

-       Demonstrable experience with Sage MicrOpay

-       Sound knowledge and ability to interpret Modern Awards

-       Demonstrable experience in payroll processes and systems

-       Proven organisational skills and ability to multi-task, prioritise and manage workload to meet deadlines/targets

-       Demonstrable ability to interpret and apply legislation, awards and policy

-       Strong numeracy skills

-       Genuine customer service skills and commitment to providing a high level of customer service

-       Strong attention to detail and high degree of accuracy

-       Good level of computer literacy, especially within Excel spreadsheets

-       Professionalism in relation to confidential and sensitive matters

 To apply please download the position description from our website www.catholiccaredbb.org.au and follow the instructions to apply. Send your CV and letter outlining your suitability for the role to Winston Khong at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or phone 0409 655 352 for a confidential discussion.

pdfPayroll Lead Position Description

pdfPayroll Lead Letter of Instruction

pdfPersonal Information Collection Notice

 

OOHC Operations Support

CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a flexible and family friendly workplace offering the opportunity to make a difference in your local community where it’s needed most. Our innovative & leading edge social care programs are responsive to the complex and changing needs of the sector and provide our staff opportunities to develop and grow in contemporary work practices, which result in the best outcomes for our clients. We provide a wide range of programs to assist children, young people, individuals and families in Sydney's North and on the NSW Central Coast.

CatholicCare is seeking a solutions-focused individual with solid experience within OOHC and associated legislative obligations to assist the Manager OOHC in their duties.

This role will be primarily responsible for:

  •          Preparation and updating of funding documentation with the Manager OOHC
  •          Development of processes and administration and compilation of relevant statisitcs, maintaining CatholicCare’s reporting responsibilities
  •          Reconciling FACS Actual reports on a monthly/quarterly basis
  •          Assisting the Manager OOHC with resource planning and rostering
  •          Assisting the Manager OOHC with project management, including the co-ordination of internal resources, communication, and stakeholder management
  •          Maintaining community links and relationships to ensure access by children, young people and vulnerable adults in care to relevant services by individual need
  •          Liaision with relevant committees in maintaining interagency collaboration and co-ordinate planning and development of local services.

 The successful applicant will have the following:

  •          Relevant qualifications in Social Work, Social Science, Welfare, Psychology or related discipline.
  •          Knowledge of the community sector and social welfare
  •          Knowledge of project management processes
  •          Sound understanding and knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research processes.

The ideal candidate will be a Master’s or PhD in Psychology and have sound knowledge in child protection legislation, and juvenile justice policies, procedures and trends. 

In return, Catholic Care Diocese of Broken Bay will offer a competitive salary and supportive environment. 

To apply please download the position description below and follow the Letter of Instruction to apply. Send your CV and letter outlining your suitability for the role to Winston Khong at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or phone 0409 655 352 for a confidential discussion.

pdfOOHC Operations Support Position Description

pdfLetter of Instruction

OOHC Caseworker

Join our vibrant faith based agency providing innovative social care services to 20,000+ children, young people, individuals and families in Northern Metropolitan Sydney and on the Central Coast.

CatholicCare Broken Bay provides Out of Home Care (residential care and foster care) services to children and young people aged 0-18 years with integrated therapeutic intervention who have experienced trauma and abuse.

The Out of Home Care Case Worker exists to provide high quality foster care and residential care services and development support for children and young people in Out of Home Care settings to help them reach their potential. The role of Out of Home Care Case Worker is based on the Central Coast.

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing high quality care and support services to our children and young people in Out of Home Care to ensure best outcomes, inclusive of casework and case management responsibilities
  • Contributing to team building and collaboration and taking part in team meetings and training sessions
  • Supervise, support and mentor carer’s
  • Provide leadership

The key requirements for this role are:

  • Participate in and or conduct foster carer recruitment strategies, assessments, training and reviews
  • Comply with reporting requirements for the Out of Home Care Program
  • Involvement in program development and special projects

Required qualifications are:

  • Relevant qualifications in an appropriate area or discipline and/or a minimum of two years’ experience preferably in Out of Home Care
  • Understanding of child and adolescent development
  • Knowledge of  current NSW Care and Protection legislation, statutory child protection processes
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, including report writing and computer literacy
  • A current and valid Australian drivers licence and your own fully insured vehicle
  • Client service focus, integrity and a commitment to teamwork
  • Must hold valid Working with Children Check Clearance

To apply please download the position description from our website www.catholiccaredbb.org.au and follow the instructions to apply. Send your CV and letter outlining your suitability for the role to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 0409 655 352 for a confidential discussion.

Closing Date: 2 June 2017

CatholicCare is a child-safe and child-friendly organisation – all staff must comply with our child-safe child-friendly

policies and Code of Conduct. All appointments are subject to a satisfactory Working with Children Check Clearance in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.    

pdfOOHC Caseworker Position Description

pdfLetter of Instruction

pdfPersonal Information Collection Notice

Support Worker Domestic Violence After Hours Response

  • Exciting Opportunity to deliver a new service response for women and children experiencing domestic/family violence
  • Exclusively after-hours and weekend shifts at Marsfield
  • SCHADS Level 4 - Casual Role

Join our Specialist Homelessness Service (SHS) to work in an innovative service which responds to women (with or without children) experiencing domestic/family violence after hours. This is a unique opportunity for a person who is driven by an objective to enhance and improve outcomes for women and children experiencing domestic/family violence; particularly those who require an urgent response after-hours.

This new role presents an excellent opportunity for individuals to work in this rewarding field and who need to balance their other life priorities with shifts operating between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm and some weekends.

This role will sit within a team which has been established to deliver an after-hours response to women experiencing domestic/family violence (the target client group). The key responsibilities of this role include:

  • Undertake risk assessments  and safety planning for women experiencing domestic and family violence seeking an after-hours response
  • Provide crisis counselling, practical support and case management to the target client group
  • Facilitate streamlined transitions for the target client group into other services to ensure they received ongoing support for their needs
  • Deliver responsive and best practice approaches for the target client group
  • Participate in an after-hours on call response
  • Work closely with other agencies that play a key role in responding to women experiencing domestic/family violence including Police, emergency departments, Link2home, other domestic/family violence specialist services and relevant NGO’s
  • Participate in regular quality assurance and service reviews in line with SHS quality assurance.

The key requirements for this role include:

  •  Tertiary qualifications in an appropriate area e.g. social work or related discipline or equivalent experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of domestic/family violence and working in the field of domestic/family violence including knowledge and familiarity with legal and other aspects of DV and child protection
  • Demonstrated experience in stakeholder engagement and community networking
  • Detailed knowledge understanding and experience with housing issues, effective individual case management, undertaking assessments, developing & reviewing case plans and strength based support
  • Counselling experience and skills
  • Knowledge of current Child Protection and other relevant legislation
  • Availability for out of business hours shifts
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with a variety of government and non-government organisations
  • Demonstrated assessment and advocacy skills
  • Current NSW Driver’s Licence
  • Competent computer skills.

To apply please download the position description and follow the instructions to apply. For further information phone Kirsty Doull on 02 9488 2400 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Closing Date: 2 June 2017

pdfInstructions

pdfPosition Description

pdfPersonal Information Collection Notice for Employment Purposes

 

 

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