Location:Inner West,Parramatta and Western Suburbs,South West and M5 Corridor
Closing:April 25, 2022
About the role:
In this management role you will coordinate the day-to-day running of the Multicultural Family Centre team and is responsible for undertaking a range of supervisory and coordination duties to ensure the effective on-going operations of the centre early intervention programs including Fathers’ Support Service, Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY), Supported Playgroups, and Family Casework.
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Duties and responsibilities include:
- 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.
- Tertiary qualifications in Social Work or a related discipline with demonstrated experience in staff management and supervision.
- 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
Further to this we offer:
- Varied workload including BAU, internal projects and wider organisation initiatives.
- Ongoing professional and personal development opportunities.
- Work within an organisation that has a positive impact on our clients and the communities in which they live
- Competitive salary package including salary packaging options.
For further information, please contact Soraya Kauhiva on 0466 867 firstname.lastname@example.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.