Kinship Care Case Manager
Job no: 507016
Work type: Maximum Term Full Time
Categories: Child, Youth and Families
- Leading Community Services Organisation
- Salary packaging and competitive sector remuneration
- Full-time Maximum term position until 29 March 2024
- Maternity Leave replacement position
- Based in Horsham, Flexible working arrangements, Great team
About the opportunity
The Kinship Care Case Manager will work in partnership with kinship carers, birth parents, extended family and professionals to strengthen the carers’ capacity to provide a safe and stable environment which nurtures child development.
The position involves:
- Providing short- and longer-term support for children and young people in statutory kinship care placements who are unable to live with their own parents.
- Ensuring kinship care placements are established, supported, and monitored well to ensure they meet each child/young person’s ongoing safety, stability and developmental needs.
- Harnessing the capacity of extended family networks to provide the best possible kinship care arrangements for children and young people.
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To be successful in your application, you will have relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work, Welfare Work or Social Sciences, or less formal qualifications with significant industry experience, are preferred but not essential.
- Experience in providing case management within complex family circumstances where multiple service providers may be involved and/or there are complex family issues.
- Knowledge and experience of a range of relevant intervention strategies and frameworks including child and adolescent development, parent skill development, child abuse, alcohol and other drugs, family violence, crisis planning, ecological models, family systems.
- Experience supporting young people to grow and develop.
- Experience in working with traumatised young people.
How to apply
If this sounds like you, find out more about this role or apply today. Please upload the following as part of your application:
- Cover Letter (1 page outlining your suitability according to the position description).
- Current Resume (no more than 3 pages)
Get in touch
For more information or questions regarding the role, please contact Belinda Elliott Team Leader on 0466 934 401 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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