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Hope Street currently has the following career opportunities for people to join one of our teams:

Youth Case Manager

Permanent part time (0.8 EFT, 60.8 hours per fortnight)

We are looking for a positive and dedicated person for our Youth Support Service program in Brunswick West. In this role you will provide case management support to young people and their families, within a holistic client focused approach that includes housing, health, employment, education and community participation. You will proactively engage, motivate and support the young person to identify and work towards achieving their goals. Your relationships with key support services will enhance young people's connections to those services. You will feel comfortable with maintaining accurate client records compliant with DHHS requirements.

About You

  • You are an experienced case manager with 2-3 years of experience.
  • You have great relationship building skills which enables you to motivate clients in crisis settings to achieve meaningful goals.
  • Your friendly and cooperative nature means that you can build relationships quickly with key stakeholders in the community.
  • You pride yourself on your strengths based, solutions focused approach and you value the opportunity to make a real difference in a young person's life.

This is an excellent opportunity to join an organisation that achieves quality outcomes for young people.

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Enquiries

Applications

Hope Street encourages applications from suitably qualified people from a diverse range of racial, social, cultural, gender and disability backgrounds that reflect our community.

All applicants must address the key selection criteria in their application.

Applications are to be emailed using the subject line Att: Sue Watt, Acting Programs Manager, Youth Case Manager application via Hope Street Website, at by Sunday 07 April 2019.

Youth Specialist Practitioner/Case Manager

Permanent part time (0.9 EFT, 68.4 hours per fortnight)

We are seeking a positive and dedicated individual for our BOOST program in Brunswick West. In this role you will support the young person to identify and work towards achieving their goals with a focus on gaining private rental access. Your relationships with key allied support services will enhance young people's connections to those services and their community. You will maintain accurate case notes and write reports as needed.

About You

  • You have 2-3 years of experience as a youth practitioner or case manager with great relationship building skills which enables you to empower clients in crisis to achieve meaningful goals.
  • Your friendly and cooperative nature means that you can build relationships quickly with key stakeholders in the community.
  • You pride yourself on your solution focused, strengths based approach which enables you to make a difference in a young person's life.

This is an excellent opportunity to join an organisation where you can have a real impact and be part of a passionate team.

Download

Enquiries

Applications

Hope Street encourages applications from suitably qualified people from a diverse range of racial, social, cultural, gender and disability backgrounds that reflect our community.

All applicants must address the key selection criteria in their application.

Applications are to be emailed using the subject line Att: Sue Watt, Acting Programs Manager, Youth Specialist Practitioner/Case Manager application via Hope Street Website, at by Sunday 07 April 2019.

For any other employment opportunities to join one of our teams at Hope Street, please refer to the following websites:

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