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CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a significant and reputable organisation with more than 150 employees providing services and support to families, couples, individuals and children in the local community.

We provide excellent working conditions including family-friendly workplaces; tax free salary packaging; paid maternity leave for eligible employees and an employee assistance program.

Working for CatholicCare Social Services

  • Great career path opportunities
  • 9 weeks paid maternity leave for eligible employees
  • Tax free salary packaging of up to $16,050
  • Meal Entertainment card
  • Discounted gym memberships
  • Ongoing training and development opportunities
  • Family-friendly workplace, including flexible working conditions
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Locations in Newcastle (Mayfield), Lake Macquarie (Cardiff), Maitland, Taree and Gloucester.

Do I have to be Catholic to work at CatholicCare Social Services?

No, you do not have to be Catholic to work at CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning.

Like any organisation, we ask that all our employees respect the religious choices of other employees. We ask that all employees display an active commitment to our Mission, Vision and Values.

Work/Life balance at CatholicCare Social Services

 

 


JOB VACANCIES

Youth and Family Counsellor EIPP (Early Intervention Placement Prevention)

Location: Maitland and Hunter

CatholicCare Social Services is seeking a self-motivated and passionate individual to join our Youth Adult Services Team in a rewarding role, Youth and Family Counsellor EIPP (Early Intervention Placement Prevention). This position will be based in the Maitland Area and be offered on a part-time maximum term contract.

The Youth and Family Counsellor EIPP provides short term counselling, parenting skill development programs and referral services to young people, young parents and families with young children in the Maitland Cessnock and Dungog LGA region.  There will also be a focus on working alongside Aboriginal communities (in particular) and supporting cultural journeys for vulnerable Aboriginal families through community activities.

If you are looking for a unique and rewarding role that supports the local community, apply now!


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Carer Recruitment & Placements Coordinators (Multiple Roles)

Location: Cardiff

  • Are you passionate about best outcomes for children in foster care?
  • Looking for a rewarding role working with foster care applicants?
  • Work towards coordinating permanent and loving homes for children and young people

CatholicCare Social Services is seeking Carer Recruitment & Placements Coordinators to join our Permanency Support team in this rewarding role. These positions will be based in our Cardiff Office and be offered on a part-time and full-time maximum term contracts (6 months and 18 months).

The Permanency Support Program (PSP) aims to give every child and young person the chance to have a loving, permanent home for life, whether that be with his or her parents, extended family or kin, or through open adoption or guardianship.

As Carer Recruitment & Placements Coordinator you will undertake recruitment, assessment and training of foster and relative carer applications to a high standard. This is to ensure a permanent, loving and caring home life is available to children and young people in the CatholicCare Permanency Support Program PSP (formerly OOHC).

If you are passionate about best outcomes for children in foster care, if you align with our agreed values and are keen to help “build a stronger, fairer and kinder society”, then we invite you to come join our Permanency team circle. 

 


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Parenting Partner Caseworker - Family Preservation (1)

Location: Singleton

CatholicCare Social Services is seeking a self-motivated individual to join our team in a newly created role, Parenting Partner Caseworker - Family Preservation on a maximum term 18 Month contract, till 30th June 2020 based in Singleton.

As part of the Preservation Team the Parenting Partner will work alongside a small number of families to assess and coach parents to recognise strengths, overcome problems and develop parenting knowledge and build on parent craft skills, to provide safe and secure home environment.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience and qualifications in social welfare. The Parenting Partner Casework needs to have a sound understanding of Trauma Informed Practice along with a strong affinity and understanding of Aboriginal Culture.

CatholicCare offers competitive salaries and benefits, including tax free salary packaging, laptop, discounted gym memberships, and rewarding career paths.

If you are interested in joining our team, please be sure to address the following selection criteria in your application:


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