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Coordinator - Early Intervention Programs

  • 500913
  • Youth and Families - Coordinator
  • Youth and Families - Management
  • Full time permanent

About the role:

This is a permanent, full time position (70 hours per fortnight). Based in Cabramatta.

In this management role you will coordinate the day-to-day running of the Multicultural Family Centre team and form part of the South West Sydney Leadership team. The early intervention programs you will oversee include Fathers’ Support Service, Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY), Supported Playgroups, and Family Casework.

About the Role

  • Lead and manage the operations of a range of early intervention programs so that they meet funding requirements, ethical and professional standards, community and stakeholders’ expectations within a multicultural vision
  • Engage new, expand and further develop existent partnerships to enhance service delivery to Aboriginal, CALD and refugee communities in this region
  • Encourage innovation and the development and use of appropriate evidence based models
  • Working with your colleagues to translate Regional and Business Stream strategies into local plans and tactics, thereby ensuring a consistency in co-ordination and continuum of care.

For more information about the Cabramatta Multicultural Family Centre Click Here

 

About You

  • Tertiary qualifications in Social Work or a related discipline
  • Demonstrated leadership experience in managing, supervising, and supporting staff and team development, using a strengths based approach and cultural awareness
  • Capacity to develop, implement and evaluate programs/partnership projects addressing needs of vulnerable families and children
  • Strong knowledge of issues affecting families and their children experiencing difficulties in their life’s transitions, in particular those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and refugees
  • Demonstrated experience in negotiating and developing strategic partnerships and delivering services catering for disadvantaged communities and target groups.
  • Demonstrated skills in delivering strengths based services that address the needs of families and children along the continuum of care
  • Demonstrated understanding of current child protection guidelines and mandatory reporting requirements

 

In Return we Offer

  • Salary from $90,898 plus super and access to generous salary packaging options of up to $16,000 per annum and entertainment allowance of up to $2,600 per annum.
  • Access to a range of employee benefits (U-Rewards program, flex time and additional week of annual leave over Christmas, Benestar Employee Assistance Program and the Uniting With Hearts Reward and Recognition Program)
  • Access to a suite of training and coaching programs

 

Closing Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2022

For further information, please contact Soraya Kauhiva on 0466 867 721/skauhiva@uniting.org

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks, which include National Police Checks, Working with Children Checks and Reference Checks and Covid Vaccinations.  

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