Overview

Anglicare NSW South, NSW West & ACT

  • Rewarding work & family-friendly working environment
  • NFP salary packaging
  • Ongoing training and support
  • Additional personal leave and paid parental leave
  • Inclusive and trauma-informed place culture under the Sanctuary Model

Are you passionate about creating meaningful change for children and young people?

Do you have an inclusive practice that is trauma-informed?

You are exactly who we’re looking for!

As a Case Manager, you are responsible for all aspects of the safety, well-being, and positive, permanent outcomes for young people. You will bring empathy, organisational skills, and attuned relationship skills to work to ensure children and young people survive, heal, and thrive. You will draw on your experience, training, and knowledge of the child and family sector and your cultural competence to work alongside Aboriginal families, agencies, and communities. High-level communication and reflective practice are a must.

What’s needed?

  • Tertiary qualifications (Diploma or Degree) in community services, social work, psychology, education, or other qualifications and experience relevant to the role
  • Theoretical understanding and practice skills related to the needs of vulnerable children, young people, and their families, including working in a trauma-informed way
  • An understanding of case management principles and procedures, including Aboriginal placement principles, to work in collaboration with children, young people, their families, and their Care Team to continually assess, develop, implement, monitor, and review the planning for the child or young person
  • Great self-initiative, organisational, and time management skills

To find out more, please contact Melanie Reid at (02) 60759300 (during business hours).

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are welcome to apply.

Applicants may be required to undertake the psychometric profiling instrument. They must obtain a Working With Children clearance through the Office of the Children’s Guardian (NSW) and undergo a National Criminal History Check before an offer of employment.