Overview

 14/01/2022
 04/02/2022
 Contract
 Tamworth
 Community Services and Development

You will provide support to the headspace management and staff at Centacare NENW’s headspace sites in the region across: policies and processes; administration; finance and reporting; staff travel and training; compliance and quality assurance; work, health and safety; and marketing and stakeholder engagement.

 Job Description

Who We Are

Centacare NENW is a leading provider of social and community services across the New England North West area and the Social Services Agency of the Catholic Diocese of Armidale .

The benefits of working for Centacare NENW

As an employee of Centacare NENW you will have the opportunity to work alongside a committed and professional team within a dynamic and supportive culture, other benefits offered include:

  • A vibrant, energetic and supportive team environment that strives to be professional, fun and family friendly
  • Extensive range of worksheets, educational tools and other internally developed resources
  • Individual and peer supervision to support your professional practice
  • Flexible working arrangements including an ADO [Allocated Day Off]
  • Opportunities to develop group programs and resources based on areas of personal interest
  • Diverse client load with support to increase areas of professional expertise
  • We have a burnout prevention caseload model, which emphasises staff’s health and wellbeing
  • Generous Professional Development opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Program

Tax-free Salary Packaging Benefits

In addition to your remuneration, you have the option to enjoy generous tax- free salary packaging benefits which includes;

  • General Living Expenses up to $15,900
  • Entertainment Benefits up to $2,650
  • Car Leasing through Novated Leasing

About The Role 

Working as part of our team some key responsibilities include but is not limited to:

  • Provide support to the headspace management and staff at Centacare NENW’s headspace sites in the region across: policies and processes; administration; finance and reporting; staff travel and training; compliance and quality assurance; work, health and safety; and marketing and stakeholder engagement.
  • Production of marketing collateral, and engagement with internal and external stakeholders, including Hunter New England Health, youth-focused services, schools, community groups and event organisers, including maintaining a contracts database for the project.
  • Coordinating staff and related logistics, such as assessing training and professional development needs against available budget, arranging travel and bookings, monitoring and reporting on staff availability and client capacity, aiding allocations/ caseload management where required.
  • Assisting in the preparation of the project reports both financial and KPIs, such as gathering and collating data.
  • Helping design and draft workshops and supporting materials, including through the use of PowerPoint and other software.
  • Maintaining security and confidentiality of client files.
  • Working in a clinical, therapy based setting alongside a multidisciplinary team managing your work priorities in a fast-paced environment where strict professional ethics apply.

 Desired Skills and Experience

About Our Perfect Candidate

We want to work with people who like to make a difference in a community, are happy to introduce their new skills and ways of thinking as well as have fun in a friendly and professional environment.

Essential Criteria

  • A range of project management / coordination experience, such as arranging travel bookings and itinerary planning, and exceptional time management skills, including the ability to manage conflicting priorities and stay highly motivated with minimal supervision.
  • Experience working with a range of stakeholder relationships, both internal and external, including working within governance frameworks, managing expectations, and committing project partners to participating in cooperative projects.
  • Experience working with and/ or established networks and relationships with youth focused community groups within the Tamworth and New England North West region is an advantage.
  • Exceptional Microsoft Office skills and other computer software, including evidenced experience with Excel, Outlook, Teams and Word.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proactive towards, and displays strong commitment, to quality improvement, high professional standards and attention to detail.
  • Current NSW drivers licence and the ability to drive and travel as part of the job (fleet cars provided).
  • Experience in mental health support setting and/ or clinical experience, such as providing group or one-on-one interventions, is an advantage

Centacare NENW is an equal employment opportunity employer.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Would you like to find out more or apply

To apply for this position please click on the below apply link.

Only applicants that submit the following will be considered:

  • A covering letter
  • A statement of claim addressing how you meet the above Essential Criteria and
  • Your resume

For more information or role related queries please contact Cooper Faint on hr@centacarenenw.com.au

Closing date for applications:  4pm, Friday, 4th February 2022

Centacare NENW is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and demonstrates a zero tolerance to abuse.