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Child and Family Worker NSW

Locations: Dareton
Tenure: Full Time
Salary: $61,115 - $76,605
Applications Close: This position will remain open until filled
Position Description: Child and Family Worker NSW

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The key outcomes to be achieved by the Child and Family Worker are:
  • To deliver a range of Family Services programs and initiatives within the NSW government legislative, policy and practice context, outlined in the Permanency Support Program the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998.
  • To encourage children, families and carers to enhance their social networks and connectedness with their community and culture.
  • To provide quality client services and liaise with staff at all levels whilst maintaining professionalism, integrity and confidentiality.
Qualifications and Experience:
  • A person employed as a Child and Family Worker will be required to hold an accredited qualification relevant to the position at Degree Level or above, have a passion and commitment for supporting children and families across the child and family support/child protection continuum and ideally have transferrable practice experience in the sector or similar fields.
  • Diploma level qualification in relevant field may be considered, on the proviso that the applicant will commit to undertake further Tertiary studies with the support of the Organisation.
  • Experience in dealing with children who have experienced trauma and interrupted attachment would be an advantage.
  • A current drivers licence, a willingness to travel and preparedness to be accommodated overnight when required.
 For more information regarding the position description please contact Maree Fullgrabe on 5023 5966 or email on mfullgrabe@malleefamilycare.com.au


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