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CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a reputable not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle.

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a reputable not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. Employing more than 150 dedicated and passionate employees, we are committed to making a difference to the lives of families, couples, young people and children within our local community. Our holistic and extensive range of services are designed to achieve meaningful outcomes for those we support. We empower individuals regardless of religion, age, gender, physical and intellectual capacity or ethnicity, and take pride in our commitment to building a stronger, fairer and kinder society.

Our culture is built on mutual respect, collaboration, teamwork, passion, courage and innovation, which not only represents our core values but our strong reputation in the community.

CatholicCare has offices throughout the Hunter and Manning regions including in Mayfield, Cardiff, Maitland, Taree, Singleton, Muswellbrook, Forster and Gloucester.

Benefits of working with us

  • Rewarding career path with ongoing training and development opportunities
  • Joining a team of innovative, collaborative and dedicated colleagues
  • Attractive remuneration with salary packaging (up to $15,899 per annum)
  • Meal entertainment card
  • Up to three additional days leave annually (Bishop’s leave) between Christmas and New Year
  • Family-friendly workplace including flexible conditions
  • Nine weeks paid maternity leave for eligible employees
  • Fitness passport’s discounted gym membership
  • Employee Assistance Program

 

 

 


JOB VACANCIES

AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) Connected Recovery Worker - Full-Time

Location: Taree, NSW (2hrs north of Newcastle)

  • Support & help change the lives of people experiencing drug & alcohol addiction.
  • Work in one of the Hunter-Manning’s predominant social services organisations.
  • Competitive salary & packaging benefits, fantastic support & mentoring.

Join Us and Make a Difference to the Community

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. We offer whole-of-community support and empowerment options to those in need regardless of religion, age, gender, physical and intellectual capacity, or ethnicity. 

About the Role

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning has been granted funding for a new pilot program in the Manning Region to support people with alcohol and other drug addiction. The program is designed to support individuals affected by drug and substance addiction to gain access to services and support in the effort to change behaviours and work towards healthier lifestyles, free from alcohol and/or other drug use.

We are seeking a passionate case worker who has the skills and experience required to support participants by conducting assessments via telephone or Zoom, providing telephone support, facilitating educational and support groups that improve the social & living skills and/or health recovery of participants, linking participants with other services as required to achieve best outcomes.

Having experience working alongside people using methamphetamines as their drug of choice is an advantage in this position.

The position provides you with a real opportunity to create a positive impact in the lives of people who are affected by alcohol and other drug use.

Based in our office in Taree, this position is offered on a maximum term full-time basis for 12 months.

Benefits of Working With Us

  • receive an attractive salary with salary packaging (up to $15,899 per annum);
  • receive 3 additional days leave, Bishop’s Leave, between the Christmas and the New Year period annually;
  • fantastic ongoing training & development, coaching & mentoring and career progression opportunities;
  • a great friendly environment of dedicated and passionate co-workers;
  • discounted gym membership;
  • and more. 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

Please ensure you individually address each of the criteria below.


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AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) Connected Recovery Worker - Gloucester

Location: Gloucester, NSW

  • Support & help change the lives of people experiencing drug & alcohol addiction.
  • Work in one of the Hunter-Manning’s predominant social services organisations.
  • Competitive salary & packaging benefits, fantastic support & mentoring.

Join Us and Make a Difference to the Community

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. We offer whole-of-community support and empowerment options to those in need regardless of religion, age, gender, physical and intellectual capacity, or ethnicity. 

About the Role

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning has been granted funding for a new pilot program in the Manning Region to support people with alcohol and other drug addiction. The program is designed to support individuals affected by drug and substance addiction to gain access to services and support in the effort to change behaviours and work towards healthier lifestyles, free from alcohol and/or other drug use.

We are seeking a passionate case worker who has the skills and experience required to support participants by conducting assessments via telephone or Zoom, providing telephone support, facilitating educational and support groups that improve the social & living skills and/or health recovery of participants, linking participants with other services as required to achieve best outcomes.

Having experience working alongside people using methamphetamines as their drug of choice is an advantage in this position.

The position provides you with a real opportunity to create a positive impact in the lives of people who are affected by alcohol and other drug use.

Based in our office in Gloucester this position is offered on a maximum term part-time basis working 48hrs per fortnight, for 12 months.

Benefits of Working With Us

  • receive an attractive salary with salary packaging (up to $15,899 per annum);
  • receive 3 additional days leave, Bishop’s Leave, between the Christmas and the New Year period annually;
  • fantastic ongoing training & development, coaching & mentoring and career progression opportunities;
  • a great friendly environment of dedicated and passionate co-workers;
  • discounted gym membership;
  • and more. 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

Please ensure you individually address each of the criteria below.


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AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) Connected Recovery Worker - Forster

Location: Forster, NSW

  • Support & help change the lives of people experiencing drug & alcohol addiction.
  • Work in one of the Hunter-Manning’s predominant social services organisations.
  • Competitive salary & packaging benefits, fantastic support & mentoring.

Join Us and Make a Difference to the Community

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. We offer whole-of-community support and empowerment options to those in need regardless of religion, age, gender, physical and intellectual capacity, or ethnicity. 

About the Role

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning has been granted funding for a new pilot program in the Manning Region to support people with alcohol and other drug addiction. The program is designed to support individuals affected by drug and substance addiction to gain access to services and support in the effort to change behaviours and work towards healthier lifestyles, free from alcohol and/or other drug use.

We are seeking a passionate case worker who has the skills and experience required to support participants by conducting assessments via telephone or Zoom, providing telephone support, facilitating educational and support groups that improve the social & living skills and/or health recovery of participants, linking participants with other services as required to achieve best outcomes.

Having experience working alongside people using methamphetamines as their drug of choice is an advantage in this position.

The position provides you with a real opportunity to create a positive impact in the lives of people who are affected by alcohol and other drug use.

Based in our office in Forster this position is offered on a maximum term part-time basis working 48hrs per fortnight, for 12 months.

Benefits of Working With Us

  • receive an attractive salary with salary packaging (up to $15,899 per annum);
  • receive 3 additional days leave, Bishop’s Leave, between the Christmas and the New Year period annually;
  • fantastic ongoing training & development, coaching & mentoring and career progression opportunities;
  • a great friendly environment of dedicated and passionate co-workers;
  • discounted gym membership;
  • and more. 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

Please ensure you individually address each of the criteria below.


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Brighter Future Case Manager

Location: Taree, NSW (2hrs north of Newcastle)

  • Support vulnerable families to ensure children can have the best start in life.
  • Work in one of the Hunter-Manning’s predominant social services organisations.
  • Receive an attractive salary plus Salary Packaging (up to $15,899 per annum).

Join Us and Make a Difference to the Community

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. We offer whole-of-community support and empowerment options to those in need regardless of religion, age, gender, physical and intellectual capacity, or ethnicity. 

The Opportunity

The Brighter Futures program provides support and specialised services to vulnerable families to ensure children can have the best possible start in life. This is a voluntary, targeted earlier intervention program families choose to participate in, designed to help prevent an escalation of the problems faced by vulnerable families.

CatholicCare is seeking an experienced and passionate Case Manager to support families in the Brighter Futures program. The ideal candidate will have case management experience working with parents and families to build resilience and strengthen their parenting capabilities that maximise outcomes for children.

In this position you will:

  • conduct strengths based assessments;
  • in conjunction with the families develop a family support plan;
  • conduct home visits to assist families embed their plan;
  • initiate parenting programs;
  • coordinate case reviews and case conferences;
  • and more.

For further information about the position and it’s responsibilities please visit our website at www.catholiccare.org.au/join-us  to view a copy of the position description.

This is a permanent part time position working 24 hours per week across 3 days. The position is based in our Taree office.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

About You

  • you have relevant qualifications in Early Childhood Education, Psychology, Social Work, Social Welfare or a related discipline, or relevant high level experience or capability.
  • you are an experienced Case Manager who has demonstrated experience working with parents and families to maximise outcomes for children;
  • you have a sound understanding of Aboriginal culture and traditions with an awareness of CALD and other diversities that may define parental roles, family and community relationships;
  • you possess a positive ‘can do’, resilient attitude and can easily adapt to a changing environment.

Benefits of Working With Us

  • receive an attractive salary with salary packaging (up to $15,899 per annum);
  • receive up to 3 additional days leave annually, Bishop’s Leave, between the Christmas and New Year period;
  • ongoing training and development opportunities;
  • a great friendly environment of dedicated and passionate co-workers;
  • employee assistance program;
  • discounted gym membership. 

Selection Criteria 

Please individually address both the Essential and Desirable criterion below.


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Registered Psychologist

Location: Maitland, NSW

About Us

CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit organisation and an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. We offer whole-of-community support and empowerment options to those in need regardless of religion, age, gender, physical and intellectual capacity, or ethnicity.

Our clinical services are in an exciting period of growth. We offer diverse clinical opportunities through our multiple referral sources, providing general therapeutic services and clinical assessments to a demographic of clients ranging from the most vulnerable people in the community to corporate coaching and training in our EAP business.

We offer permanent employment, competitive remuneration, individual and group supervision, external professional development, admin support and flexible hours; all aimed at creating a culture of excellence alongside work-life balance.

About The Role

We are seeking a Registered Psychologist to join our Counselling and Clinical Services Team. We want a team member who can help develop our reputation for clinical quality and professionalism in Maitland.

You will provide clinical services within your areas of interest and skill set, primarily counselling and therapy, and ideally some clinical assessments (experience in Autism and/or Cognitive assessments is desirable). It is similar clinical work to what you might encounter in a private practice setting, but with a more sustainable face time expectation. You will also have the opportunity to give back to our community with some fully subsidised counselling programs.

The opportunity to work either full-time or part-time with a flexible work pattern is available to the right applicant.

About You

· Committed to high-quality clinical service delivery;

· Full or provisional registration with AHPRA;

· Experience working across the lifespan;

· Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.


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Behaviour Support Practitioner (1)

Location: Maitland, NSW

  • Provide professional behaviour support to build skills & enhance peoples' lives.
  • Develop or enhance your skills in the behaviour support field.
  • Flexible permanent full time or part-time work pattern available.

About Us

CatholicCare’s Clinical Services are in an exciting period of growth with the newly created Behaviour Support Team needing to add a new member to its team. We want a team member who can help develop our reputation for clinical quality and professionalism in the Hunter and Newcastle Region.  We offer diverse clinical opportunities through our multiple referral sources to provide specialised services to a wide demographic of clients.

We offer permanent employment, competitive remuneration, individual and group supervision, external professional development and flexible hours; all aimed at creating a culture of excellence alongside work life balance.

Additional Benefits include:

  • attractive salary with salary packaging (up to $15,899 per annum);
  • receive up to 3 additional days leave annually between the Christmas and New Year Period;
  • ongoing training and development opportunities;
  • a great friendly environment of dedicated and passionate co-workers;
  • discounted gym membership.

The Role

This is a permanent position with full time or part-time work pattern available.

You will primarily conduct functional assessments of challenging behaviours and develop and support the implementation of evidenced based behaviour support plans to enhance quality of life, build skills and reduce any behaviours of concern.

As a member of a multidisciplinary team within a person centred, strength and evidenced based framework, you will deliver flexible and individualised supports to meet the behavioural support needs for people with issues relating to their behaviour across diverse community contexts and service platforms. Your responsibilities will include working closely with the individual and their support network to increase the individual’s skills and build quality of life. You will be responsible for providing a practical approach to the implementation of behaviour support plans and interventions as well as support any legislative and clinical based requirements relating to the use of Restrictive Practice.

The Behaviour Support Practitioner is required to have a high level of energy, enthusiasm and a genuine commitment to achieving sustainable behavioural support outcomes for people with disabilities, mental health issues and neurodevelopmental disorders to enable them to lead an inclusive life in their community. You will need to be creative, innovative and have a strong commitment to quality and continuous improvement.

If you have extensive experience in disabilities or behaviour support OR tertiary qualifications in Social/Behavioural Science, Mental Health, Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy or a related discipline, we would love to hear from you.

Please note, this position may be offered to someone who has not currently attained an undergraduate degree, however in this context, they must have strong experience and has keen interest in developing a career as a Behaviour Support Practitioner. Such employees will also need to be able to attain accreditation Provisional Accreditation with NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. For these prospective employees, support, development and supervision will be provided to undertake the duties of the position.

Selection Criteria

Please individually address each of the Essential Criteria below.


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