Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) is a leading provider of relationship and family support services. We believe healthy relationships are essential for the well-being of children, families and communities. We are committed to offering the best possible counselling, mediation, education and support services, and are committed to social justice and inclusion. We provide services from more than 30 centres and employ over 400 employees across Queensland.
RAQ is dedicated to promoting work-life balance, and provides flexible working hours, a supportive team environment, paid parental leave and additional benefits such as medical insurance discounts and salary packaging arrangements.
We are currently seeking applications for the part-time (15 hours per week) role of Parenting Orders Program (POP) Case Coordinator located at our Ipswich venue.
The purpose of this role is to provide education and support to individuals to support children to have positive and healthy relationships with both parents during and post separation. This position plays a coordination role specific to clients within the POP, including intake and assessment, information, advice and referral, and child focused education and skill development.
The key responsibilities of this position include:
- Undertaking client assessment through intake
- Develop and implement case management plans for clients, whilst maintaining client focused practice
- Deliver education to groups and individuals, including separated parents or other person’s impacted by separation (such as grandparents)
Work hours are spread over Mondays and Tuesdays. The Tuesday will involve some evening shifts (12pm-8pm approx.) as the POP group is delivered on a rotating scheduled between Tuesday daytime and Tuesday evening groups to accommodate the needs of the community.
To be successful in this position, you will possess a relevant undergraduate qualification in the social or behavioural sciences, paired with experience working with families in high conflict situations. You will have theoretical and demonstrated knowledge of the impact of trauma and conflictual situations on the care, behaviour and development of children and their needs, and you will have knowledge, understanding and application of current and relevant legislations and regulations relating to family law and domestic violence.
The salary being offered is circa $53,882 to $75,888 per annum (pro rata for part-time), to be negotiated depending upon qualifications and experience, plus superannuation and generous salary packaging options where eligible which will significantly increase the value of take-home pay. Other attractive benefits are available including additional annual leave over the Christmas period, annual leave loading and study leave.
To apply, send us your resume and a cover letter responding to each of the selection criteria in the position description, outlining your demonstrated experience in each area. Applications can be submitted by clicking the Apply Now button in our SEEK advert or by emailing email@example.com quoting reference [pop0318ips].
Applications close at 4pm 20 March 2018.
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