The Case Worker will work as part of our KEIHS Team: Keys to Early Intervention Homelessness Service, (based in Deception Bay) and will ensure that the most appropriate and effective early intervention services are provided to people who are at risk of homelessness within the communities where KEIHS is co-located with host agencies. This can be facilitated by providing case-work support to a range of individuals, families to support aspirations, growth and change within a strengths based approach.
This may include support and advocacy through the systems which significantly impacts on individual and family lives, such as; domestic violence; child protection; income support; housing; mental health and healthcare; disability; education and legal, parenting and early years.
Salary and conditions are in accordance with Kyabra’s Enterprise Agreement 2012, Level 4 ($67,500-$73,000 per annum). We offer a family friendly work environment and a range of practice and professional development opportunities.
All applicants with an interest in working from client centred, strength-based frameworks, who can demonstrate a commitment to the principles of social justice are strongly encouraged to apply. This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic team and a progressive organisation that pursues best practice within a social justice framework.
A Bachelor Degree in Social Work/Human Services or similar is an essential requirement for this role.
For more information, please see the position description here.
Applications close at 9:00am, Friday 4th October.
Applications are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must include a covering letter, your CV and no more than two pages addressing the selection criteria.
• Only applications that address the selection criteria within the position description will be considered for short-listing.
• Only applicants that are short-listed will be contacted.
Kyabra is an inclusive workplace and an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people to apply regardless of age, class, gender, sexual orientation, cultural heritage, ability or disability, or past behaviour.
It is organisational policy that all employees are required to carry a positive notice blue card and consent to any personal or criminal history checks.