Our client empowers children, young people and families to learn and thrive. They support people experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction, mental illness, domestic violence and a myriad of other challenges.
About the Role
Do you love working with children, young people and families? Can you promote a positive and collaborative workplace? Are you a great team player? Then this role is for YOU!
Our client empowers children, young people and families to learn and thrive. They support people experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction, mental illness, domestic violence and a myriad of other challenges. They are currently seeking an Orange Door Practitioner who will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of practitioners to deliver high quality, safe and effective responses to children, young people and families.
Skills and Abilities:
- A degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related tertiary qualification relevant to child and family welfare
- Demonstrated ability as a practitioner in the child, youth and family welfare field
- A commitment to the family-centered approach and the family strengthening and empowerment models of practice
- An understanding of the ‘Best Interests’ framework, CYFA 2005 and Family Violence Protection Act 2008 is desirable
- An understanding of the gendered nature of family violence
- Experience in conducting risk and needs assessments, and developing and implementing action plans
- Skills in case management, including developing community linkages
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Deliver screening and triage, assessment, crisis responses, service planning, targeted interventions, allocation and coordinated referrals consistent with the Integrated Practice Framework, Operational Guidelines, Service Specifications and relevant risk assessment tools and frameworks.
- Deliver services and support via phone, within the Orange Door site and outreach at client’s home or other sites.
- Identify, assess and prioritise risk and needs of women and children, families and perpetrators, drawing on the expertise of different practitioners in a multi-disciplinary team
- Actively participate in initiatives to maintain, build upon and promote a positive and collaborative workplace.
- Attend mandatory training sessions (i.e., equal employment opportunity, health, and safety) and mandatory training specific to position
- Facilitating referrals for families to use other specialist services, acting as a coordinator of services in complex situations, and coordinating case conferences where appropriate
Why work with KLC?
KLC Recruitment is one of the staffing providers in a wide sector of industries providing an honest and transparent experience from start to finish. We push the limits and challenge the norms of standard recruitment to consistently recruit in an innovative manner.
- Our Recruitment Consultant will work hard and assist you to secure the right roles for your skillset
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