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Manager Casework (Aboriginal Identified)

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Compliance Officer (Aboriginal Identified)

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Front Office Administrative Support Officer (Aboriginal Identified)

Manager Casework (Aboriginal Identified)
NGUNYA JARJUM ABORIGINAL CHILD AND FAMILY NETWORK
Lismore Office (service delivery area Tweed Heads to Grafton)
 

We value building meaningful relationships and work to build trust with families, communities and our partners.
Our Vision is for a connected, culturally rich and thriving community where Ngunya Jarjum support our local families to nurture their children, raise them on country, and preserve our culture and strength into the future.
The Office of the Children’s Guardian has recently awarded Ngunya Jarjum five years accreditation giving great stability and further growth opportunities.

Due to growth of the agency we are now seeking a Manager Casework. In this role you will report directly to the Permanency Support Program (PSP) Out of Home Care (OOHC) Manager. Your focus will be managing, guiding and supporting the case management team to providing support and supervision to children in Ngunya Jarjum’s PSP and to achieve quality outcomes for the children placed with the service.
The key objectives of the role include to:

  • ensure case practice is delivered to a high professional standard and in a manner that promotes the safety, welfare and wellbeing, family and community connections of children placed in Ngunya Jarjum’s care;
  • ensure services are delivered in line with established Ngunya Jarjum policies and procedures, Office of Children’s Guardian (OCG) standards and in compliance with relevant legislation;
  • work in a manner that ensures sound community networks and fosters and maintains positive interagency relationships.

 

To succeed in this role you will need tertiary qualification in Community Services or related discipline or be willing to obtain this within 12 months of commencement.
Submit your Resume and application letter outlining the following selection criteria –

  • You identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Tertiary qualifications in community services or related field
  • Extensive experience in managing PSP in an Aboriginal community environment
  • Demonstrated ability to engage & work effectively with Aboriginal people and communities.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop a team
  • Excellent understanding of OOHC standards, legislation and OCG accreditation requirements.
  • High level of written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage and prioritise tasks in a high-volume work environment to meet a number of competing deadlines.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing budgetary requirements
  • High level of computer literacy; sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
  • NSW driver’s licence (open licence only not provisional)

 

We would love to hear from you.
Appointment to this position will be subject to a National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check clearance. Two reference checks will be required including one recent supervisor.
The closing date for this role is 9.00am Monday, 26 July 2021. This is a 12-month contract.
A generous remuneration package will be negotiated plus superannuation, leave loading and salary sacrifice. We offer an excellent range of benefits including:

  • Full non-profit status with salary sacrifice available to reduce tax and increase your take home pay
  • An opportunity to make a difference to Aboriginal Jarjums and families across our community
  • A beautiful location on the flourishing NSW North coast.


To find out more please contact Michelle Hicks on (02) 6626 3700 Human Resources Manager.
All applications will be received via SEEK or email recruitment@ngunyajarjum.com

This position is identified for Aboriginal people and exemption is claimed under 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

 

PSP Out of Home Care (OoHC) Manager (Aboriginal Identified)
NGUNYA JARJUM ABORIGINAL CHILD AND FAMILY NETWORK
Lismore Office (service delivery area Tweed Heads to Grafton)
 

We value building meaningful relationships and work to build trust with families, communities and our partners.
Our Vision is for a connected, culturally rich and thriving community where Ngunya Jarjum support our local families to nurture their children, raise them on country, and preserve our culture and strength into the future.
The Office of the Children’s Guardian has recently awarded Ngunya Jarjum five years accreditation giving great stability and further growth opportunities.
We are now seeking an experienced PSP OOHC Manager to lead and develop our team. In this role you will report directly to the Business Operations Manager. Your focus will development and management of all PSP OoHC program services ensuring that operations are managed effectively and achieve agreed program performance indicators. The key objectives of the role include:

  • Deliver high quality, culturally appropriate PSP OOHC programs that meet the needs of children, carers and the community.
  • Achieve and maintain all appropriate Office Children’s Guardian (OCG) accreditation requirements.
  • Manage all funding contracts and agreements to ensure that all agreed OOHC requirements are delivered.
  • Provide leadership to ensure that staff capability is developed to each team member’s full potential to assist in achieving the organisation’s strategic objectives.; and
  • Participate in the development and implementation of the organisation strategic and business plan.

To succeed in this role you will need tertiary qualification in Community Services or related discipline or be willing to obtain this within 12 months of commencement.
Submit your Resume and application letter outlining the following selection criteria –

  • You identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Tertiary qualifications in community services or related field
  • Significant experience in the OOHC and child protection sector with excellent understanding of OOHC standards, legislation and OCG accreditation requirements.
  • Commitment to working with Aboriginal communities, children and young people.
  • Experience working with peak bodies, funding agencies, service regulators, strategic partners and community.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and develop a team
  • High level of written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage and prioritise tasks in a high-volume work environment to meet a number of competing deadlines.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing budgetary requirements
  • High level of computer literacy; sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
  • NSW driver’s licence (open licence only not provisional)
  • First Aid preferred, or willingness to obtain within 12 months of commencement.

We would love to hear from you.
Appointment to this position will be subject to a National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check clearance. Two reference checks will be required including one recent supervisor.
The closing date for this role is 9.00am Monday, 26 July 2021. This is a 12-month contract.
A generous remuneration package will be negotiated plus superannuation, leave loading and salary sacrifice. We offer an excellent range of benefits including:

  • Full non-profit status with salary sacrifice available to reduce tax and increase your take home pay
  • An opportunity to make a difference to Aboriginal Jarjums and families across our community
  • A beautiful location on the flourishing NSW North coast.

To find out more please contact Michelle Hicks on (02) 6626 3700 Human Resources Manager.
All applications will be received via SEEK or recruitment@ngunyajarjum.com

This position is identified for Aboriginal people and exemption is claimed under 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Compliance Officer (Aboriginal Identified)
Ngunya Jarjum Aboriginal Child and Family Network
Lismore office (Service delivery area Tweed Heads to Grafton)
 

We value building meaningful relationships and work to build trust with families, communities and our partners.
Our Vision is for a connected, culturally rich and thriving community where Ngunya Jarjum support our local families to nurture their children, raise them on country, and preserve our culture and strength into the future.
The Office of the Children’s Guardian has recently awarded Ngunya Jarjum five years accreditation giving great stability and further growth opportunities.
Based in Lismore and reporting to the Business Operations Manager, your focus will be providing quality compliance support to the organisation with a focus on compliance for our Permanency Support Programs. The key objectives of the role include to:

  • Oversee all compliance including monitoring and administration of the Child & Carer Tracker Tool;
  • Report all non-compliance issues to Business Operations Manager
  • Monitor all legal and reportable conduct and probity checks
  • Undertake daily and quarterly auditing, monitoring and reporting
  • Manage records and undertake file management
  • Participate in developing and delivering training to the wider casework teams

To succeed in this role you will need a qualification in Compliance or Office Administration and/or equivalent demonstration of such knowledge.
Please submit your Resume and application letter outlining the following selection criteria –

  • You identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Excellent understanding of carer compliance standards, legislation and OCG requirements.
  • Demonstrated strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated Ability to engage & work effectively with Aboriginal people and communities.
  • Ability to manage and prioritise tasks in a high-volume work environment to meet a number of competing deadlines.
  • qualification in Compliance or Office Administration and/or equivalent demonstration of such knowledge.
  • High level of computer literacy; sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 applications.

We would love to hear from you.
Appointment to this position will be subject to a National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check clearance. Two reference checks will be required including one recent supervisor.
The closing date for this role is 5pm Wednesday 4th August 2021.
70 hour Fortnight Full-time 12 month maximum term contract available
A generous remuneration package will be negotiated plus superannuation, leave loading and salary sacrifice. We offer an excellent range of benefits including:

  •  Full non-profit status with salary sacrifice available to reduce tax and increase your take home pay
  • An opportunity to make a difference to Aboriginal Jarjums and families across our community
  • Located on beautiful Bundjalung Country.

To find out more please contact Michelle Hicks on (02) 6626 3700 Human Resources Manager. All applications will be received via SEEK or email recruitment@ngunyajarjum.com
This position is identified for Aboriginal people and exemption is claimed under 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Caseworker (Aboriginal Identified)
Ngunya Jarjum Aboriginal Child and Family Network
Lismore office (Service delivery area Tweed Heads to Grafton)
 

We value building meaningful relationships and work to build trust with families, communities and our partners.
Our Vision is for a connected, culturally rich and thriving community where Ngunya Jarjum support our local families to nurture their children, raise them on country, and preserve our culture and strength into the future.
The Office of the Children’s Guardian has recently awarded Ngunya Jarjum five years accreditation giving great stability and further growth opportunities.
To support this growth Ngunya Jarjum is looking to further expand our team.
Reporting to Manager Casework, your focus will be providing support and supervision to children in Ngunya Jarjum’s permanency support program (PSP) and to achieve quality outcomes for the children placed with the service. The key objectives of the role include to:
• ensure case practice is delivered to a high professional standard and in a manner that promotes the safety, welfare and wellbeing, family and community connections of children placed in Ngunya Jarjum’s care;
• ensure services are delivered in line with established Ngunya Jarjum policies and procedures, Office of Children’s Guardian (OCG) standards and in compliance with relevant legislation;
• work in a manner that ensures sound community networks and fosters and maintains positive interagency relationships.
To succeed in this role you will need a minimum of 3 Years’ Experience in child protection, early childhood development, Youth and/or Family Work or related sectors. Also, Cert IV or Diploma in Community Services or related field or be willing to obtain this within 12 months of commencement.
Please submit your Resume and application letter outlining the following selection criteria –

  • You identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
  • Experience working in a permanency support program environment with strong casework skills/ case management experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to engage & work effectively with Aboriginal families, children and young people.
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of child and adolescent behaviour and development.
  • Ability to manage and prioritise tasks in a high-volume work environment to meet a number of competing deadlines.
  • High Level of computer literacy; sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 applications.
  • Cert IV or Diploma in Community Services or related field or be willing to obtain this within 12 months of commencement.
  • First Aid Certificate, or Willingness to obtain within 3 months of commencement.
  • Current NSW driver’s licence (open licence only, not provisional)
  • Appointment to this position will be subject to a National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check clearance. Two reference checks will be required including one recent supervisor.

A generous remuneration package will be negotiated plus superannuation, leave loading and salary sacrifice. We offer an excellent range of benefits including:

  •  Full non-profit status with salary sacrifice available to reduce tax and increase your take home pay
  • An opportunity to make a difference to Aboriginal Jarjums and families across our community
  • Located on beautiful Bundjalung Country.

To find out more please contact Michelle Hicks on (02) 6626 3700 Human Resources Manager. All applications will be received via SEEK or email recruitment@ngunyajarjum.com
This position is identified for Aboriginal people and exemption is claimed under 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Front Office Administrative Support Officer (Aboriginal Identified)
Ngunya Jarjum Aboriginal Child and Family Network
Lismore & Far North Coast
Administration & Office SupportAdministrative Assistants
Full Time
 

We value building meaningful relationships and work to build trust with families, communities and our partners.

Our Vision is for a connected, culturally rich and thriving community where Ngunya Jarjum support our local families to nurture their children, raise them on country, and preserve our culture and strength into the future.

We are currently looking for a Front Office Administration Support Officer. Based in Lismore and reporting to the Finance Manager, your focus will be providing reception and administration support to all internal and external clients.

Excellent work ethic, energetic, eager to learn new skills !!! If this is you please send us your application letter which includes how you meet the following selection criteria:

  • You identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Computer literacy; understanding of and ability to navigate Microsoft Office 365 or Google Docs applications.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with attention to detail.
  • Trust worthy, honest and ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Excellent work ethic, energetic and eager to learn new skills
  • Willing to undertake formal training in Business Administration
  • Current NSW Driver’s Licence

If successful at interview you will also need to complete a National Criminal Record Check and obtain a Working with Children Check clearance. Two reference checks will be required including one recent supervisor.

Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 Classification B.1 Social and community services employee level 1 is applicable to this position.

We offer an excellent range of benefits including:

  •  Full non-profit status with salary sacrifice available to reduce tax and increase your take home pay
  • An opportunity to make a difference to Aboriginal Jarjums and families across our community
  • Located on beautiful Bundjalung Country.

To find out more please contact Michelle Hicks on (02) 6626 3700 Human Resources Manager. All applications will be received via SEEK or email recruitment@ngunyajarjum.com

The closing date for this role is 9am Wednesday 4th August 2021.

This position is identified for Aboriginal people and exemption is claimed under 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

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