Our Client, one of Australia's largest Social Purpose Organizations, is currently recruiting Social Workers/Case Coordinators for contract opportunities in the South East and Western Regions of Melbourne. Our client  aims to partner with people (including those with disability, in out of home care, the homeless, mental illness or refugees) to change their lives for the better. We value relationships, imagination, courage, responsiveness and we are respectful and caring in all our dealings.About the RoleIn this role you be providing a  case coordination support services to clients across National Immigration Support Services, so that they are provided with the choice and flexibility in their care planning and transition program to achieve independent community living. This is a 3 month contract with the possibility to extend..Key ResponsibilitiesApply culturally appropriate client engagement principles and processes to ensure the voice of the client is heard and reflected in case coordination practice and activities.Conduct needs assessment, develop, implement and review individual Care Plans for clients.Deliver skills building modules to clients through face to face group education sessions.Maintain up to date client files, databases and registers.Ensure that all documentation is completed within designated timeframes, is of a high professional standard and meets legislative and organizational requirements.Develop and maintain relationships with family members and significant others to promote positive outcomes for clients.Work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to meet the needs of the clients.The flexibility to deliver education programs to clients outside of core business hours and on weekends as required.Support and promote the work of Life Without Barriers, maintaining a positive image of the organization in accordance with level of position.Comply with policies, codes of conduct, procedures and practices, external funding body requirements and legislation.Apply and uphold principles of equity and anti-discrimination in the workplace and adhere to organizational and legislative Health, Safety and Environment requirements.Skills & ExperienceDegree qualification in Social Work, Psychology or other related Human Services discipline.Strong case coordination experience in the Human Services sector including conducting needs assessments, developing and implementing Care Plans to assist clients with their independent living capacity.Demonstrated ability to support individuals, families and / or groups from a strengths-based and culturally appropriate perspective.Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to delivery engaging education sessions to client groups.Well developed written and verbal communication skills.High level organizational and time management skills and the flexibility to meet changing demands.The ability to work autonomously and as a part of a multi-disciplinary team.Current drivers licence.Prior experience in providing professional support to Refugee and Asylum Seeker people.An understanding of adult learning principle would be desirableCultureOur client is looking to bring on board people who want to work with people, who are passionate about making a difference; who are open to new ways of thinking; who value genuine, long-lasting relationships; and who are flexible, courageous, and believe in opportunity for all.Our client can provide opportunities to learn and evolve as part of a growing and vital organization. They will also give you the chance to do work that makes a genuine difference.To apply for this role you will need to hold a current National Police Clearance Certificate and a Working with Children Check. If you are interested applying for these roles please forward your resume and cover letter to Sentio Recruit - alliedhealth@sentiorecruit.com.au  - quote reference Sen 301. 40 AUD Australia - VIC Melbourne - All locations Melbourne

Social Workers/Case Coordinators | Melbourne East Region and West Region

  • Immediate Start - Fixed Term contracts ( possible extension)
  • Attractive Remuneration package
  • Excellent Career Progression opportunities

 

Our Client, one of Australia's largest Social Purpose Organizations, is currently recruiting Social Workers/Case Coordinators for contract opportunities in the South East and Western Regions of Melbourne. Our client  aims to partner with people (including those with disability, in out of home care, the homeless, mental illness or refugees) to change their lives for the better. We value relationships, imagination, courage, responsiveness and we are respectful and caring in all our dealings.

About the Role

In this role you be providing a  case coordination support services to clients across National Immigration Support Services, so that they are provided with the choice and flexibility in their care planning and transition program to achieve independent community living. This is a 3 month contract with the possibility to extend..

Key Responsibilities

  • Apply culturally appropriate client engagement principles and processes to ensure the voice of the client is heard and reflected in case coordination practice and activities.
  • Conduct needs assessment, develop, implement and review individual Care Plans for clients.
  • Deliver skills building modules to clients through face to face group education sessions.
  • Maintain up to date client files, databases and registers.
  • Ensure that all documentation is completed within designated timeframes, is of a high professional standard and meets legislative and organizational requirements.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with family members and significant others to promote positive outcomes for clients.
  • Work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to meet the needs of the clients.
  • The flexibility to deliver education programs to clients outside of core business hours and on weekends as required.
  • Support and promote the work of Life Without Barriers, maintaining a positive image of the organization in accordance with level of position.
  • Comply with policies, codes of conduct, procedures and practices, external funding body requirements and legislation.
  • Apply and uphold principles of equity and anti-discrimination in the workplace and adhere to organizational and legislative Health, Safety and Environment requirements.

Skills & Experience

  • Degree qualification in Social Work, Psychology or other related Human Services discipline.
  • Strong case coordination experience in the Human Services sector including conducting needs assessments, developing and implementing Care Plans to assist clients with their independent living capacity.
  • Demonstrated ability to support individuals, families and / or groups from a strengths-based and culturally appropriate perspective.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to delivery engaging education sessions to client groups.
  • Well developed written and verbal communication skills.
  • High level organizational and time management skills and the flexibility to meet changing demands.
  • The ability to work autonomously and as a part of a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Current drivers licence.
  • Prior experience in providing professional support to Refugee and Asylum Seeker people.
  • An understanding of adult learning principle would be desirable

Culture

Our client is looking to bring on board people who want to work with people, who are passionate about making a difference; who are open to new ways of thinking; who value genuine, long-lasting relationships; and who are flexible, courageous, and believe in opportunity for all.

Our client can provide opportunities to learn and evolve as part of a growing and vital organization. They will also give you the chance to do work that makes a genuine difference.

To apply for this role you will need to hold a current National Police Clearance Certificate and a Working with Children Check. 

If you are interested applying for these roles please forward your resume and cover letter to Sentio Recruit - alliedhealth@sentiorecruit.com.au  - quote reference Sen 301.

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Paul Argile on 03 9454 9926, quoting Ref No. Sen 301.