Delegated Authority Practitioner Nambour

Job type: Member Organisation Job, Part Time | Location: Sunshine Coast

Delegation of Authority Practitioner

We are crafting a team of change-makers and we want you!

People who are crazy enough to want to change the world are the ones to do so. If you have just the right amount of crazy, lace up your boots and start wearing your undies on the outside (ok, maybe just lace up your boots) and join our revolutionary new approach to healthy communities.

What we offer:

  • Up to $5000 of reimbursement of relocation costs if moving from more than 200kms outside of Sunshine Coast
  • Balance home and work life, 4 day work weeks
  • Ongoing Training and Development, including a comprehensive onboarding program
  • Salary Sacrificing, up to $15,900 saving each year tax free, and more …
  • The opportunity to work for an organisation that is daringly disrupting the system and searching for like-minded renegades to join our ranks.
  • Transforming and empowering communities to enjoy longer, healthier lives is our mission.

Position Details

Role: Delegation of Authority Practitioner

Work Location: Nambour, QLD

Employment Type: Part-Time, 4 days/week, 30hr – 34.4hrs

Mandatory Qualification & Experience: Relevant Degree, AND/OR Minimum of 5 years relevant experience.

Position reports to: Chief Service Delivery Officer

Accountabilities (more details in the position description and selection criteria)

  • Meet referred family, clarify Delegated Authority functions and powers.
  • In collaboration with the family, develop best pathways to address concerns attached to the delegated power or functions.
  • Implement referrals to internal and/or external programs/services.
  • Participate in Family Led Decision Making Process (FPP program)
  • In conjunction with the family, develop a case plan which addresses unmet needs and child protection concerns
  • To lead on the compilation of initial assessments when required, and to ensure that plans are in place for the family and that these are progressed and regularly reviewed
  • To ensure that the families’ voice is heard and that their views and feelings inform such plans.
  • To contribute to assessments and the formulation of plans for families and, when required, to prepare and present reports about their work in stakeholder meetings

Selection Criteria

Please provide details of your knowledge and examples of your experience in:

  • 5 years minim Working in the Child Protection industry or similar
  • Diploma in Child and Family early interventions or similar or a Degree in Social Work or similar
  • Supporting & assisting the child and family wellbeing of Aboriginals & Torres Strait Islanders
  • Provide a good news story or outcome for a child that you were a part of the decision making process
  • We are recruiting subject to experience and qualifications

If you’ve got what it takes, submit your resume and a cover letter responding to the key selection criteria by 5pm on Tuesday 14th July.

IDENTIFIED POSITION: In this role Aboriginality is a genuine occupational qualification authorised by section 14(d) if the Anti-Discrimination Act 1997


Job Features

Job CategoryChild and family practice/domestic and family violence, Other

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