Senior Case Manager HSP (Noble Park)
Fulltime maternity Leave replacement at Noble Park to 01 February 2019, providing complex case management in HSP.
Summary about this job
Government - State
Company: AMES Australia
Work type: Full Time
Salary: $71,769 + 9.5% super prorated
Detail information about job Senior Case Manager HSP (Noble Park). Terms and conditions vacancy
"Full participation for all in a cohesive and diverse society"
AMES Australia is a statutory authority which specialises in the delivery of education, training, employment, settlement and community services to a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) client base.
We currently have a maternity leave replacement position at Noble Park for a Senior Case Manager HSP with the Humanitarian Settlement Program. If successful in your application, you will work collaboratively as part of the Humanitarian Settlement Program Team to provide high level case management, information and referral services to HSP clients.
Working closely with the Team Leader HSP, you will also provide informal supervision and leadership with the care team to other case managers, client support workers and community guides in the team, and will identify opportunities for service innovation.
We are looking for applications from candidates who can demonstrate the following:
Degree in Social Work, Psychological Services or related field (mandatory)
2+ years' relevant experience in providing effective advanced or complex case management
A current Working with Children Check (for employment purposes), is mandatory
Current Driver's Licence and access to own vehicle with comprehensive insurance for work purposes is mandatory
Effective interpersonal, cross cultural communication and client advocacy skills and the ability to liaise effectively with contractual partners, mainstream and settlement service providers as well as clients and their communities, and volunteers
Demonstrated ability to undertake case management with clients with complex needs
Demonstrated ability to support and mentor staff
Sound understanding of current Commonwealth and State policies related to immigration, community detention, income support and other relevant social policies and demonstrated ability to respond flexibly to changing policy and program needs
Demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as collaboratively within multi-disciplinary teams to achieve/exceed key performance goals
Demonstrated high level written communication, report writing, word processing, organisational and time management skills
Demonstrated positive values of integrity, reliability, teamwork and professionalism consistent with the AMES Australia Vision and demonstrated commitment to performance management, quality and continuous improvement principles
- Proficiency with IT standard software such as MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and ability to use Internet and e-mail and other online products
This fulltime opportunity is being offered on a maternity leave replacement basis to 01 February 2019. The annual salary of $71,769 + 9.5% super will be prorated.
Applications for this position will be accepted up to 5pm on Sunday, 22nd July 2018
To apply for these positions please submit:
Your current resume
Cover letter outlining your skills and experience addressing the knowledge and skills detailed in the Position Description
AMES Australia is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
AMES Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and abides by the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. All offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory police check and provision of a current Working with Children Check (where required for position)
AMES Australia's Values include: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership, Human Rights