Our client is recruiting for the Team Leader role within the  Youth services and Youth Justice sector in a regional town in outback Australia. This is a key role with the successful candidate being required to conduct comprehensive  needs assessments and supervise the delivery of  programs, individual interventions and other psychological services for young people within the youth justice system across a large geographical area. The position provides specialist input and support to a range of agencies as well as working with  various teams in community, custodial and home-based settings.Key Duties and Responsibilities:Undertake specialist clinical assessments and write reports in the youth justice sector. Provide input into the preparation of individual sentence and case management plans for young people when required.Supervise and  support  coordinators.Facilitate individual and/or group programs for young offenders as required.Demonstrate a sound knowledge and understanding of theoretical and practical aspects of developing, delivering and evaluating  programs, assessments and services.Be an active member of a multi-disciplinary team; participate in clinical supervision and ongoing professional development and training.Develop effective relationships and consult with both internal and external stakeholders.Selection CriteriaEssential:Degree in Social Work, Psychology or related discipline, with front line management experience, and eligible for registration and/or accreditation with an appropriate registration board or professional body.Ability to undertake assessments and to establish and maintain appropriate relationships with young people in complex and challenging situationsDemonstrated track record of supervising and motivate staff in a challenging team environment.Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with and supporting other professionals, and participating effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment.Excellent written and verbal communication skills  in a professional setting.Experience working with and communicating with indigenous people and others from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds.Current working with children clearance notice.If you are interested in applying for this or similar roles please forward your resume and covering letter to Paul Argile at Sentio Recruit - paul@sentiorecruit.com.au.You will need the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role. 100000 AUD Australia - WA Kalgoorlie, Goldfields & Esperance Warburton 6431

Youth Services Outback Australia | Leadership role

  • Front line management role
  • Excellent Salary and package
  • Training and development opportunities

   Our client is recruiting for the Team Leader role within the  Youth services and Youth Justice sector in a regional town in outback Australia. 

This is a key role with the successful candidate being required to conduct comprehensive  needs assessments and supervise the delivery of  programs, individual interventions and other psychological services for young people within the youth justice system across a large geographical area. 

The position provides specialist input and support to a range of agencies as well as working with  various teams in community, custodial and home-based settings.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Undertake specialist clinical assessments and write reports in the youth justice sector. 
  2. Provide input into the preparation of individual sentence and case management plans for young people when required.
  3. Supervise and  support  coordinators.
  4. Facilitate individual and/or group programs for young offenders as required.
  5. Demonstrate a sound knowledge and understanding of theoretical and practical aspects of developing, delivering and evaluating  programs, assessments and services.
  6. Be an active member of a multi-disciplinary team; participate in clinical supervision and ongoing professional development and training.
  7. Develop effective relationships and consult with both internal and external stakeholders.

Selection Criteria

Essential:

  1. Degree in Social Work, Psychology or related discipline, with front line management experience, and eligible for registration and/or accreditation with an appropriate registration board or professional body.
  2. Ability to undertake assessments and to establish and maintain appropriate relationships with young people in complex and challenging situations
  3. Demonstrated track record of supervising and motivate staff in a challenging team environment.
  4. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with and supporting other professionals, and participating effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment.
  5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills  in a professional setting.
  6. Experience working with and communicating with indigenous people and others from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds.
  7. Current working with children clearance notice.

If you are interested in applying for this or similar roles please forward your resume and covering letter to Paul Argile at Sentio Recruit - paul@sentiorecruit.com.au.

You will need the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role.

 

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively email your resume and covering letter to paul@sentiorecruit.com.au , quoting Ref No. Sen 256