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Youth Job CoachWorkskil Australia
Do you have a genuine passion for recruitment and working with young people in need? If so, we would love to hear from About the Role The Youth Job Coach is responsible for providing intensive person centred case management and mentorship to approximately 80 Transition to Work (TtW) participants, aged 15-25. The role will also include undertaking ‘direct employer marketing’ and the running of facilitated group-based job search sessions to motivate and promote further job placements for customers. You will undertake detailed assessments, set goals, stabilise non-vocational issues, improve vocational skills, refer to a range of services and assist the young person find sustainable employment or re-enter education and provide post placement support.
This position is being offered on a full time, fixed term contract until 16 January 2022. You’ll also experience the work/life balance that comes with working a 9 day fortnight, with a dedicated and fixed day off every second week. You will still receive the remuneration of a full time employee in addition to the ability to salary sacrifice.
This challenging role will be a well sought after opportunity so we encourage you to submit your application at your earliest convenience. About You To be successful in the role you will be able to: Work effectively with culturally diverse range of people, employers and staff; Effectively prove your strong knowledge of industry and the labour market; Demonstrate your strong assessment and motivational skills; Demonstrate your communication skills to negotiate customised jobs for customers with barriers to employment; Prove your ability to motivate and develop positive relationships with all stakeholders including staff; Demonstrate strong task and time management with attention to detail and data integrity; Demonstrate strong computer literacy with Microsoft Office suite, Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business’ IT System (ESS Web), including the ability to type 30 words per minute; and Prove your ability to read, interpret and apply both corporate and operational policy and procedures. You will also be required to: Hold a current drivers’ licence; Current WWCC clearance (or ability to obtain); Have experience within the Employment Services or a related industry; Have a minimum Certificate IV in Youth Work, Youth Justice, Employment, Community Services; and Demonstrated experience supporting young people into work and education.
About Us Workskil Australia is a national not-for-profit and charitable organisation, with over 35 proud years of supporting Australians to achieve sustained economic and social self-reliance. We do this by providing a range of employment, work experience, disability, youth, Indigenous and community services across New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria. We promote a positive team culture where high performance can thrive.
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