JOB OPPORTUNITY – ABORIGINAL YOUTH WORKER

Bungree offers a range of support services for children, young people and their families in our community.

We are currently seeking an experienced Aboriginal Youth Worker to join the Education Gaps Program Team on a full-time basis.

The role involves working as a member of a cooperative team to provide support to our youth clients in developing and implementing plans for achieving personal goals and to assist young people who are disengaged from education and/or employment.

This is an identified position under Section 9A of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Applicants MUST obtain an employment pack, complete all relevant paperwork and address the selection criteria.

Click here to download the Employment Package

For all enquiries, please contact Miley Nixon on 02 43500100 or email enquiries@bungree.org.au

Applications close at 5.00pm on Friday 28 June 2019.


Job Opportunity – Aboriginal Employment Support Worker

The Bungree Aboriginal Association Education Gaps Program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and individuals to identify and assist with targeted goals through educational, training and learning needs.

We are currently seeking an experienced Aboriginal Employment Support Worker to join the Education Gaps Program Team on a full-time basis.

The role of the Aboriginal Employment Support Worker is to support clients addressing and building on identified barriers to education, training, employment and to assist clients to achieve identified goals through case management.

This is an identified position under Section 9A of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.

Applicants MUST obtain an employment pack, complete all relevant paperwork and address the selection criteria.

Click here to download the Employment Package. 

For all enquiries, please contact Suzanne Naden on 02 43500100 or email enquiries@bungree.org.au.

Applications close at 5.00pm on Sunday 26 May 2019.


Job Opportunity – Intensive Family Based Services Caseworker

Full time, Aboriginal identified position

Bungree’s Intensive Family Based Service is a FACS funded program to assist eligible families that are at risk of having their child or children removed, or those needing intensive intervention to facilitate reunification and the safe return of children from out of home care to their families.

The primary focus of the service is safety, welfare and wellbeing of the child and/or young person in a culturally appropriate environment.

Skills & Qualifications

  • Certificate 4 Community Welfare, Social Work or Psychology or equivalent
  • Thorough understanding of child protection issues pertaining to Aboriginal children and their families
  • Certificates validating experience and training

NOTE: Applicants must obtain an employment pack, complete all relevant paperwork & address the selection criteria.

Click here to download the Employment Pack.

Enquiries: Rab Hammond – Ph: 02 4350 0100 or email: enquiries@bungree.org.au

Closing date:  19 April 2019 COB 4.30pm

This is an identified position under Section 9A of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977

 


Job Opportunity – Disability Support Worker

Bungree is seeking experienced and passionate Disability Support Workers to join our team on a casual basis to assist with individual Support, Transport and other duties due to an increase of NDIS clients.

We are currently experiencing a high demand for male Disability Support Workers. Male applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

Required:

    • Driver’s License
    • First Aid Certificate
    • National Police Check
    • Working With Children Check
    • Minimum Qualifications of Certificate III Disability & relevant work experience

If you fit the requirements, please send your resume and relevant qualifications to enquiries@bungree.org.au


Job Opportunity – Specialist Homelessness Services Caseworker

Full Time Aboriginal Identified Position

Bungree’s Specialist Homelessness Services program provide support to Aboriginal people with high and complex needs who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Support includes case management, advocacy, supported accommodation services and assisted referrals to other specialist support services to help the access and sustain stable housing.

The caseworker will work as part of a team to provide practical supportive and specialist intervention to those who seek assistance from Bungree.

This is an identified position under Section 9A of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. Male applicants are encouraged to apply.

NOTE: Applicants MUST obtain an employment pack, complete all relevant paperwork & address the selection criteria.

To download an application pack, please click here.

Enquiries: Miley Nixon on 02 4350 0130 or email: enquiries@bungree.org.au

Closing date: 4.30pm, 26 May 2019