Various shifts evenings 4.30-8.30pm and weekends.
Innovative role and environment.
The Mackillop House Support Workers provide day to day assistance to female residents who are homeless with complex needs and their children in collaboration with CatholicCare managers, case managers and other services within the community. This is a residential position which requires effective time management and administration skills. The position requires working with minimal supervision, as well as working effectively within a small team. The goal is to reduce homelessness through early intervention, collaborative engagement, service coordination, information/education, referral and advocacy.
POSITION PURPOSE AND DESCRIPTION
The key responsibilities of the MacKillop House Support Workers are;
CatholicCare is a large welfare agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn. Our mission is to provide quality services to people by promoting healthy, inclusive communities through relationships, partnerships and collaboration. WHAT WE OFFER
Rewarding opportunities exist for enthusiastic people seeking meaningful careers; helping people in the wider community in a diverse range of program areas. CatholicCare's employment benefits include a generous salary packaging option, free parking, and professional development in a family friendly environment.
Due to genuine occupational requirements, under Division 4.2, 34(j) of the Discrimination Act 1991, only female applicants will be considered. The ideal person we are looking for has:
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply and be considered you must provide:
Applications that do not meet the above requirements will not be considered.
Please send your applications to:
Tatiana Beljic- Manager Tatiana.Beljic@catholiccare.cg.org.au
Closing Date: COB Friday the 30th May 2020
*Please note shortlisting and interviews will be undertaken within two weeks of the closing date. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
CatholicCare is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. Applications are strongly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; people with a disability; people who identify as LGBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.