About the Role
Supporting refugees to resettle in Australia and providing case management services.
Contribute to the development and implementation of the Bridge model; an integrative approach to empowering clients to social and economic mobility. This role will supervise students and volunteers.
Key Selection Criteria
- Three to five years professional experience in a similar role.
- Excellent organisational and time management skills.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with a diverse range of people and professionals.
- Strong commitment to engage in significant capability development in line with SECL’s Capability Framework, strategic objectives and the Bridge Model.
- Demonstrated professional experience, training and skills in the provision of supportive and empowering front line client services.
- Strong commitment to working systemically with individual clients, families and communities to achieve social and economic inclusion.
- Commitment to supporting students and volunteers in their front line service delivery work, and developing their skills.
- Demonstrated experience, skills and knowledge working with culturally diverse communities and individuals.
- Contemporary knowledge of government policy in respect to support services for families, social and financial inclusion, multicultural services and family violence.
- Satisfactory completion of a National Police check, a Working with Children check, and a current Victorian Drivers License.
A relevant tertiary qualification, and 3 – 5 years experience, is required for this role preferably in the field of social sciences, youth work, community services or community development.
Other relevant Information
- Attractive Salary Packaging options available
- A probationary period of six months may apply to this position.
- This position is supported by the SCHADS Award.
- The incumbent will be required to support SECL policies and procedures.
- A current drivers license is essential
About the Organisation
Our organisation was formed on 1 October 2015 as a result of a merge between Springvale Community Aid and Advice Bureau, Dandenong Community Advisory Bureau, and the Southern Ethnic and Advisory Council. SECL currently operates out of three sites, Dandenong, Springvale and Noble Park.
South East Community Links operates in one of Melbourne’s highest multicultural areas. A core aim of our organisation is to promote cultural diversity and inclusion. This includes working to reduce narrow stereotypes and discrimination as well as working to promote and advocate for equality and opportunities for all.
SECL delivers a wide range of services to meet the needs of people in our community including emergency relief, case work, housing support, youth and family services, financial counselling and resettlement services for refugees and asylum seekers.
Our service model will ensure people in our community are provided integrated services, linking services to client needs. As disadvantage has many root causes, only an integrated understanding of these causes can support people to achieve their social and economic goals. In turn these achievements contribute to economic and social development in our community.
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Please quote in application: Resettlement Case Manager and Pilot Coach via Pro Bono Australia.