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Child, Youth and Family Support Worker - Charters TowersCommunity Staffing Australia
We are looking for Queensland's most compassionate, resilient, committed and dedicated Child, Youth and Family Support Workers Position: Child, Youth, and Family Support Worker Employment: Ongoing Casual position with the potential to transition into a permanent role (conditions apply) Salary: $30-$55 At Community Staffing Australia, we want to nurture a culture of empowerment, empathy, and stability within our vulnerable communities by engaging highly compassionate leaders. We believe that to provide a solid foundation of support in the communities we serve, we must ensure that our valued employees support each other in the services we provide. To accomplish this, we must ensure that you, our valued employees, are acknowledged and recognised for you to perform at your best in any situation and achieve positive results.
At Community Staffing Australia, we apply an integrated Therapeutic Approach when engaging staffing support in the Out of Home Care sector across Queensland. As a highly reputable organisation, we are regarded as the preferred on-hire Staffing Agency of choice with our Community Service Organisation service partners. We are recruiting highly compassionate, reliable, empathetic, suitable, and dedicated support workers for an immediate start.
As a CSA Child, Youth, and Family Support Worker, you will be engaged across multiple OoHC settings, including: - Therapeutic (Youth) Residential Care - Home-Based Care - Disability (SIL) - Supervised Family Contact - Integrated Family Services - Youth Transport - Respite Support - Emergency Contingency Support Successful candidates will have: A minimum Cert IV (or currently studying) in a related relevant Community Services qualification, including the completion of the mandatory top-up training units (Community Staffing Australia offers limited paid top-up training for applicants who meet all other criteria) Availability on an on-call basis and to work for at least three days a week The ability to work regular business hours, afternoons, weekends, overnight stays, and public holidays Additionally, you will need: Proof of both COVID-19 vaccinations and a booster shot Current Police Check Current Queensland Drivers Licence Working With Children's Check NDIS Clearance Check What you can expect from us: A workplace that acknowledges and values their staff Support from management and ongoing development and education opportunities A supportive and positive team to work alongside.