Family Services Worker

  • Full-time or part-time
  • Narre Warren and / or Pakenham location
  • Fixed term until June 2021

    Applications close: 26 November 2020

Want to know why it’s an exciting time to join Windermere? Firstly, there is no other organisation quite like us. Why do you ask? We are an independent community service organisation working across the South East of Victoria to help those who need it most. Our unique range of services include; Family Health & Wellbeing, Childhood Development, Education & Support, Early Intervention Therapy Services, NDIS Support Coordination and Plan Management, Homelessness Support, Counselling Services, assistance to support victims of trauma, assault and violent crimes and Bushfire Recovery Support Services.

About the role

Supporting parents and families is a fundamental part of what we do at Windermere. Our Family Health & Wellbeing services aim to assist families experiencing a range of concerns affecting the safety, growth and development of their children and the family as a whole. As an Integrated Family Services Worker you will utilise the capability building Practitioner Coaching Framework to deliver personalised and strength based services, including outreach parenting and behaviour management support. You will join a friendly team of professionals who are tremendously dedicated and passionate about what they do.

This position is usually a hybrid model of working remotely (outreach) and within one of our offices based in the South East (Narre Warren or Pakenham). However, due to COVID-19, you will initially commence working remotely from home. Once restrictions are further relaxed, we will look to return to delivering services in our consumers’ natural settings (e.g. their home). This is a fixed term contract until June 2021 and may be negotiated as part-time or full-time.

About You

You will hold Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology or a similar level qualification. Furthermore you will have specialist knowledge and relevant experience in parenting support services and strengths based intervention support.

Applicants who are highly motivated and ready to join a trusted, reputable and values driven organization are encouraged to apply.

Why Windermere?

We are committed to outcome-focused care for children, families and individuals and to making a positive difference in the community. Our Integrated Family Services Workers support families in becoming empowered to deal with complex and challenging issues, whilst building positive connections within the community.

Windermere fosters a culture of flexibility, support and wellbeing. We have a wide range of workplace benefits including flexible work hours, gifted days off, rostered days off, Flexible Leave Scheme (50/52), 17% annual leave loading, study leave, generous salary packaging and the opportunity for professional development.

How to apply

Please provide your CV and a maximum two page covering letter (quoting Job Reference 019) briefly addressing the Key Selection Criteria outlining your interest in the position.

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