Centacare is a social welfare agency committed to providing support to people in need within the communities it serves. Centacare delivers a range of programs and services to families and individuals throughout Western Victoria.
To work for us you must have a passion for people and the environment, and a belief in social justice.
Coordinator, Family Relationship Services
Full Time – Permanent
The Coordinator, Family Relationship Services role comprises 0.4EFT leadership and program coordination functions and 0.6EFT in direct service delivery as a practitioner. This Coordinator position will lead and supervise the multi-disciplinary programs within the Family Relationship Services portfolio in the South West under the direction of the designated Program Manager. This includes the development of annual individual and program work plans, performance appraisals, and the identification of training and development requirements. The Coordinator has first line responsibility to ensure that programs deliver measurable, quality service, consistent with program service models and program guidelines.
The Coordinator will also hold a practitioner caseload in counselling and family dispute resolution. A key role of this position involves providing relationship counselling to individuals, couples and families as well as delivering family dispute resolution to support families to develop child focused Parenting Plans.
Please forward your cover letter, resume and response to the key selection criteria to: firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business Friday 27th of March.
Any further enquires can be made to Deanna Davis, General Manager Family and Community Services on (03) 5337 8988.
Centacare Housing Services Tenancy Officer
Part Time (0.8EFT) - 12 Month Maternity Leave Contract
Ballarat Central Office
We are seeking a Tenancy Officer to join the Centacare Housing Services for a 12 month Maternity Leave Contract in our Ballarat Central Office.
The Tenancy Officer is required to maintain property rentals by advertising and filling vacancies, negotiating and enforcing leases, maintaining and securing premises within the NRAS Centacare residential property management service.
To be successful in this role you will have:
• A comprehensive knowledge of the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS)
• Completion of an REIV endorsed Agents Representative course
• Demonstrated experience in property management
Please forward your cover letter, resume and response to the key skills and experience to: email@example.com by COB Tuesday 7th April 2015. Any further enquires can be made to Geoff Wallace, Housing Manager on (03) 5337 8999.
Frequently asked questions
Centacare’s superannuation default fund is Catholic Super.
Centacare requires all employees to successfully gain their Police clearance. This can be obtained during the first months of employment.
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Working With Children Check
Centacare requires all employees to successfully gain their Working with Children clearance. This can be obtained during the first months of employment with Centacare.
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Conditions of Employment
Flexible working arrangements
Generous personal leave allowance
Extra leave allowances
Employee Assistance Program
Paid Maternity leave
Paid Paternity leave
…..and much, much more
Helpful Hints for prospective Employees:
Assess your suitability for the role by considering the role description and selection criteria.
Preview Centacare’s website.
Consider the mission and values of Centacare and determine if these can be your mission and values.
Centacare may have a number of requirements around the initial application depending upon the role, these will be outlined in the advertisement for the role and may include:
Statement against each of the selection criteria