About the role
- SCHADS Grade 3 – $36.53 per hour
- 2 x Casual positions
- Alice Springs Location
We have an exciting opportunity for two Children’s Contact Services Supervisors to join our Alice Springs team within CatholicCare NT. This position plays a key role in providing children with the opportunity to re-establish or maintain a meaningful relationship with both parents and other significant people in their lives. The position reports directly to the Coordinator Children’s Contact Centre Services. We are looking for candidates that can be a team player with ability to work with others in a spirit of trust, respect, reflection and accountability. In addition the successful applicants will be required to maintain professional relationships with all clients, stakeholders and CatholicCare NT staff.
The primary purpose of this role will be to assist with the facilitation of changeovers and supervised visits in order for the program to meet its objectives. You will be required to use a child-centred model of service to provide children with the opportunity of re-establishing or maintaining meaningful relationships with parents/caregivers.
We are looking for a person with:
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant social science.
- Understanding of child development and the possible impact of parental separation
- Demonstrated cultural competency and understanding of life on a remote Aboriginal community.
At CatholicCare NT our employees have access to a range of benefits that help balance life at work and at home. These include flexible working arrangements, professional development
opportunities and health and wellbeing programs. To find out more about the benefits available to you when you join CatholicCare NT please visit our career website.
If you exemplify personal drive, integrity and like a challenge we would love to hear from you.
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How to apply for this role
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Please quote in application: 2 x Children's Contact Centre Supervisor via Pro Bono Australia.