Community Development Officer

Posted 6 days ago

Location: Parramatta
Salary: $90-92k + super + NFP benefits 
Type: 8 month FTC with possibility of being made permanent

The Client:
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have been approached by an industry leading Community Housing Provider to assist in the recruitment of a Community Development Officer on an initial 8 month basis with the possibility of the role being extended/made permanent. 

The Role:
In this position, you will be responsible for developing community partnerships for tenants. Through consultation with tenant s you will identify community needs, develop, revise and support programs and services, assist with grant applications and maintain the appropriate record keeping functions and reporting.

The Successful Candidate:
In order to be successful in this role, you will have the following:

  • Tertiary qualifications in social science, community services, humanities or similar discipline
  • Significant community engagement experience including grant application
  • Demonstrated ability to engage stakeholders and develop and maintain productive partnerships that are outcome focused
  • Sound understanding of Community Housing and challenges faced by Community Housing tenants
  • Current drivers licence with the right to drive in Australia


Further Info:

In return you will be offered a salary around $90-92k + Super + NFP salary packaging benefits. 
The organisation is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse staff team. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and people from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people.

If you would like more information please send me an email: Edward@welfarers.com.au or give me a call on 0406 664 779.

House Manager – OOHC

Posted 2 weeks ago

Type: Permanent, Full Time position. Monday-Friday position working normal business hours, however, due to the nature of the role, some flexibility is required. 
Location: Liverpool area.
Salary: $88 – 98K + Super + Salary Packaging

This role is available immediately – so if you are an experienced people manager, with residential OOHC experience – don’t hesitate to get in touch with me today!

The Role

You will oversee a team of Youth Workers and work closely with the caseworker and other therapeutic staff to provide high quality care and assist young people to heal from trauma and achieve their full potential. Other duties include:

  • To manage the daily operations of the home;
  • To coordinate the daily care and support of resident young people;
  • To create and support a therapeutic social environment within the home;
  • To provide leadership, support and supervision to staff in the care and management of each young person

Requirements
  • Relevant degree level qualifications*
  • Experience working with young people in residential OOHC.
  • Previous experience in leadership and providing supervision of staff (preferably residential OOHC).
  • Drivers licence.

*currently studying a relevant degree, or extensive experience with a relevant diploma and a willingness to study a degree, may be accepted.

Further Info

In return, you will be offered a salary in the region of $88 – 98K + Super + the benefits of salary packaging associated for working with a NFP organisation. You will also receive training, ongoing support and career growth opportunities.

We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, the criteria regarding qualifications can be relaxed for such applicants if you have the necessary experience.

Don’t wait, to find out more click Apply, or contact me directly.

Josh
M: 0413 293 383
E: Josh@welfarers.com.au

House Manager – OOHC

Posted 2 weeks ago

Type: Permanent, Full Time position. Monday-Friday position working normal business hours, however, due to the nature of the role, some flexibility is required. 
Location: Wagga Wagga region
Salary: $90 – 98K + Super + Salary Packaging

This role is available immediately – so if you are an experienced people manager, with residential OOHC experience – don’t hesitate to get in touch with me today!

The Role

You will oversee a team of Youth Workers and work closely with the caseworker and other therapeutic staff to provide high quality care and assist young people to heal from trauma and achieve their full potential. Other duties include:

  • To manage the daily operations of the home;
  • To coordinate the daily care and support of resident young people;
  • To create and support a therapeutic social environment within the home;
  • To provide leadership, support and supervision to staff in the care and management of each young person

Requirements
  • Relevant tertiary level qualifications.
  • Experience working with young people in residential OOHC.
  • Previous experience in leadership and providing supervision of staff (preferably residential OOHC).
  • Drivers licence.

Further Info

In return, you will be offered a salary in the region of $90 – 98K + Super + the benefits of salary packaging associated for working with a NFP organisation. You will also receive training, ongoing support and career growth opportunities.

We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, the criteria regarding qualifications can be relaxed for such applicants if you have the necessary experience.

Don’t wait, to find out more click Apply, or contact me directly.

Josh
M: 0413 293 383
E: Josh@welfarers.com.au

Case Manager – Young People (OOHC)

Posted 2 weeks ago

Type: Permanent, Full Time position. (part time considered for the right person) Monday-Friday working normal business hours, however, due to the nature of the role, some flexibility is required. 
Location: Wagga Wagga
Salary: $82 – 88K (FTE) + Super + Salary Packaging

 

Are you an experienced OOHC case manager with a passion for supporting young people? This role may be for you!
 
Role 
Working as part of a holistic team your role will be to provide comprehensive case management support to children in OOHC. Where possible you will also help keep children connected to culture and help maintain a relationship with birth families.
 
Candidate

  • Tertiary qualifications in social work, psychology or relevant community welfare fields.
  • Previous case management experience in a child protection related service.
  • Demonstrated experience working with young people with complex needs (ideally OOHC).
  • Full Australian driver’s license.
We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, the criteria regarding qualifications can be relaxed for such applicants.

Further Info

In return, you will be offered a salary in the region of $82 – 88K (FTE) + Super + the benefits of salary packaging associated for working with a NFP organisation. 

Don’t wait, to find out more click Apply, or contact me directly.

Josh
M: 0413 293 383
E: Josh@welfarers.com.au

Manager – Women’s AOD Support Services

Posted 2 weeks ago

Location: Canberra
Salary: $120-130k + Super + NFP Salary Packaging Benefits
Type: Full time, permanent

Welfare Recruitment Solutions have partnered wit a leading not for profit organisation that provide a range of support services to women in the the ACT to assist in the recruitment of an AOD Operations Manger to over see a range of women support services in the ACT on a full time permanent basis.
 
The Role:

As a successful candidate you will responsible for managing a range of AOD services. You will provide strong leadership and work to achieve the maximum potential of the teams you manage, ensure services are delivered in a safe and compliant way, build relationships with stakeholders and assist with reporting the service outcomes to relevant funding bodies.
 
Candidate: 

  • Qualifications in social sciences or related field
  • Experience managing services that support women who have experienced domestic violence and/or homelessness
  • Ability to lead and develop a multidisciplinary team
  • Experience in leading service delivery in a trauma informed way 

Further Info:
 
In return you will be offered a salary in the region of $120-130k + Super + the salary packaging benefits of working for a NFP organisation. 
 
 
Only women may apply. Under Section 34(J) Discrimination Act 1991, it is a genuine occupational qualification to be female for this position.   

Don’t wait, to find out more click Apply, or contact me directly today.

Ed Cockburn
0406 664 779
Edward@welfarers.com.au

Recruitment Consultant – Welfare Sector

Posted 3 weeks ago

Over the last seven years Welfare Recruitment Solutions have grown to become the go to name in Psycho-Social welfare recruitment. To keep up with the demand for our recruitment services we are looking to add another recruitment consultant to our team.

If you have worked in recruitment in our sector before, great, but also if you have experience recruiting in another area and are looking for a change to a very rewarding sector then we’d be open to having a chat. Full training is offered and you’ll be working with people that have been doing recruitment in this sector for decades.

The welfare sector is booming at the moment and due to the nature of the roles we recruit for, it is a sector that won’t retract in the event of economic downturn or uncertainty.

Rather than branding ourselves with generic corporate values we ask what your values are and try to incorporate them into the way we work. We also offer the following perks:

  • Uncapped, monthly commission structure
  • Flexible working conditions, 100% WFH for the right person or Sydney or Wollongong locations
  • Flexible start/finish times
  • Monthly work events and quarterly incentive events
  • Tailored training/development program (grow the way that best suits you)

We’re a boutique business with a high performance, yet relaxed environment. We’re definitely not a hard-sell, KPI driven agency. You won’t be expected to make 100’s of cold calls, we have enough vacancies we just need help in filling them!
  
This is a great opportunity to join a fast growing, well-regarded recruitment agency and really see your career and earning potential accelerate much faster than they would at most other agencies.
  
Position
You will be working directly with a team of seasoned recruitment professionals, there will be plenty of opportunities to learn whilst also put your individual spin on things. The role will be varied including:

  • Working with established clients to help find suitable candidates for roles including Consultants, Social Workers, Registered Nurses, Service Managers, Care Coordinators and more
  • Conducting interviews with applicants both over the phone, video conferencing and face to face to assess their suitability
  • Headhunting – approaching suitable candidates who may already be in work
  • Building long term relationships with our clients to understand their needs
  • Developing new business opportunities

Requirements
The key things you’ll need are; communication skills, ability to build rapport with people easily, resilience and an ability to think outside the box.
 
We’d be looking at offering a base salary in the region of $70-90k + Super + Uncapped commission.

To find out more information about the role and our organisation please call Ed on 0406 664 779, I’m very happy to have an informal chat with anyone interested in finding out more.

AOD – Case Coordinator

Posted 3 weeks ago

Type: Full Time
Salary: $93-107 + Super + NFP Salary Packaging benefits
Location: Canberra

 

Client
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have been approached by a leading women’s support service provider in ACT to assist in the recruitment of a Case Manager to women with AOD presentations on a full time, permanent basis in the ACT.
Role
As the successful candidate, your role will be to provide wrap around, trauma informed support to women with complex comorbid AOD presentations. You will:
  • Undertake comprehensive client assessments, including safety and risk.
  • Undertake AOD interventions
  • Support colleagues with clients that can at times be unpredictable, distressed or uncooperative
  • Provide accurate records of all aspects of support provided to clients including: case management plans, identified needs, priorities, goals, action, notes, or other relevant information or documentation to meet legal requirements.
Criteria
As the successful candidate, you will: 
  • Ideally degree level qualifications in social work, psychology, nursing or related field (Diploma level qualifications with extensive experience would also be considered)
  • Experience working with women with complex needs
  • Well-developed communication and teamwork skills
  • A driver license is essential, pool cars are available 
Further Info
In return, you will be offered a base salary of $93-107k + Super + the benefits of salary packaging. 

To find out more about the role please call Ed 0406 664 779 or send your CV to Edward@welfarers.com.au or click apply now to send through your CV.

Women only applicants please as per section s 34(1) of the Discrimination Act 1991. Aboriginal and CALD women encouraged to apply.

OOHC Caseworker – Queanbeyan

Posted 3 weeks ago

Type: Permanent, Full Time position. Monday-Friday working normal business hours, however, due to the nature of the role, some flexibility is required. 
Location: Canberra/Queanbeyan area
Salary: $82 – 88K + Super + Salary Packaging

 

Are you an experienced OOHC case manager with a passion for supporting young people? This role may be for you!
 
Role 
Working as part of a holistic team your role will be to provide comprehensive case management support to children in OOHC. Where possible you will also help keep children connected to culture and help maintain a relationship with birth families.
 
Candidate

  • Tertiary qualifications in social work, psychology or relevant community welfare fields.
  • Previous case management experience in a child protection related service.
  • Demonstrated experience working with young people with complex needs (ideally OOHC).
  • Full Australian driver’s license.
We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, the criteria regarding qualifications can be relaxed for such applicants.

Further Info

In return, you will be offered a salary in the region of $82-88K + Super + the benefits of salary packaging associated for working with a NFP organisation. 

Don’t wait, to find out more click Apply, or contact me directly.

Josh
M: 0413 293 383
E: Josh@welfarers.com.au

Case Manager – Young People (OOHC)

Posted 3 weeks ago

Type: Permanent, Full Time position. Monday-Friday working normal business hours, however, due to the nature of the role, some flexibility is required. 
Location: South Western Sydney region
Salary: $82 – 88K + Super + Salary Packaging

 

Are you an experienced OOHC case manager with a passion for supporting young people? This role may be for you!
 
Role 
Working as part of a holistic team your role will be to provide comprehensive case management support to children in OOHC. Where possible you will also help keep children connected to culture and help maintain a relationship with birth families.
 
Candidate

  • Tertiary qualifications in social work, psychology or relevant community welfare fields.
  • Previous case management experience in a child protection related service.
  • Demonstrated experience working with young people with complex needs (ideally OOHC).
  • Full Australian driver’s license.
We encourage applications from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, the criteria regarding qualifications can be relaxed for such applicants.

Further Info

In return, you will be offered a salary in the region of $82 – 88K + Super + the benefits of salary packaging associated for working with a NFP organisation. 

Don’t wait, to find out more click Apply, or contact me directly.

Josh
M: 0413 293 383
E: Josh@welfarers.com.au

Dementia Specialist – Melbourne

Posted 1 month ago

The Opportunity             

Welfare Recruitment Solutions has partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the further recruitment of a number of Dementia Specialists who are living North and Eastern Melbourne.

The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)


The Role

Taking a person centred care approach you will provide a face to face assessment service for persons living with dementia that are showing a responsive behaviour ensuring that their care services and needs are met.  You will have a warm, engaging and collaborative approach where you will look to understand their dementia journey so far and context of the change in behaviour whether it related to a psychosocial need or other needs or triggers within their environment that might be contributing to the onset of a change.

This is a personally rewarding opportunity where you advocate on behalf of the person living with dementia ensuring an improved quality of living and that further care and support is responsive to their individual and diverse needs through your recommendations, behavioural management strategies and practical interventions. This is also a wonderful opportunity to provide further knowledge insight in educating family members, upskilling carers and others involved in their care in how to successfully identify and manage behavioural psychosocial symptoms of dementia when you are not there.  

The opportunity looks to align assessments to where you live and we are looking for further Dementia Specialists who are up for a new challenge for 2024 to join the growing Victoria team. The position additionally offers autonomy and flexibility on assessment days where you travel to and from assessments from home where you are able to provide further support and a greater reach to persons living with dementia.

  
The Candidate

  • Strong aged care experience working closely with persons living with dementia in residential care, community or acute/sub-acute settings.
  • Experience working in a Senior Nurse/Lead, Clinical Care Manager, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Diversional Therapist or other dementia specialised roles like a Dementia CNC. 
  • Alternatively, you may currently work in an ACAT/AN-ACC Assessor, Aged Care Management or as an Educator and would really enjoy making a more meaningful difference assessing and advocating for persons living with dementia at different stages of their journey.   
  • Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of different types of dementia, experience in successfully managing BPSD and astute in identifying triggers and unmet needs.
  • Further qualifications currently studying or completed in Dementia Care, Gerontology or Health & Ageing will be very highly regarded. Alternatively, you may be an avid self-learner in all things dementia care or in addition to your experience have a lot of learned dementia knowledge through courses, training and professional development.

This is a wonderful opportunity to work with talented dementia experts and educators, within a highly supportive environment and learn from the best! 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au