SEWB Service Jobs

After Care Services Worker- Culture, Care, Connect Program

This position is responsible for providing assertive and timely follow up care for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.

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Position Term: Ongoing, 37.5 Hours per week

Summary of the Position:

The Culture Care Connect Aftercare Worker is responsible for providing assertive and timely follow­up care for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people referred to this service following a suicide attempt or suicidal crisis, in line with the co-designed aftercare model of care. 
The person in this role will be resourced with strong training and ongoing support mechanisms including clinical and cultural supervision. 

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE 
ESSENTIAL: ►    Possess Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander primary health and or, Certificate IV in Mental Health, Certificate IV Community Services or equivalent training and or experience.
►    Experience working with Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander people, families and communities.
►    Excellent written and oral communication skills
►    Proficiency in using Microsoft Office suite.
►    Awareness of and sensitivity to Aboriginal culture and history, knowledge of current issues affecting the lives of Aboriginal people.
►    Demonstrated experience in office administration tasks.
►    Current police check and WWVP check.
►    The ability to work outside normal office hours.
►    The ability to travel and stay overnight/s.
►    Current Class C driver's licence.

DESIRABLE:

►    Trained Aboriginal Health Worker
►    Is of Aboriginal descent, identified and accepted by their local Aboriginal community.

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SEWB Outreach Worker Male 50(d) (SEWB Pilot Program)

The SEWB Outreach Worker will be responsible for providing support to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and communities to strengthen their Social and Emotional Well-Being by connecting them to health care services, specialist services and culturally appropriate programs and activities. This position will support and run activities which promote education, prevention and early intervention for Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander people with social and emotional wellbeing issues consistent with the SEWB Model of Service.

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Type: Permanent  Full Time

Position Term: Ongoing, 37.5 Hours Per Week

Summary of  the Position:
The SEWB Outreach Worker will be responsible for providing support to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and communities to strengthen their Social and Emotional Well-Being by connecting them to health care services, specialist services and culturally appropriate programs and activities. This position will support and run activities which promote education, prevention and early intervention for Aboriginal & Torres Straight Islander people with social and emotional wellbeing issues consistent with the SEWB Model of Service.

To be considered for this position, you must have:

  • A qualification and experience in Community Service, Aboriginal Health Work, Social Work or equivalent;
  • Aboriginality is an essential criterion and is provided for in accordance with section 50(d) of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA);
  • Proven ability to build rapport, communicate and develop respectful and professional
    relationships with ATSI people;
  • Experience working with Aboriginal people in the area of social and emotional wellbeing;
  • Ability to plan and present promotional events which support the SEWB of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people;
  • Ability to develop and deliver SEWB activities and programs for ATSI people;
  • Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team, as well as independently when required;
  • Ability to use initiative and creativity to achieve service outcomes;
  • Strong ability to build strategic partnerships;
  • Ability to undertake regular travel and overnight/s stay
  • Computer literacy, proficiency in Microsoft suit
  • Current ‘C’ class drivers licence
  • Current National Police Clearance (valid within 3 months)
  • Current Working with Children Check

To view a copy of the JDF – Male  Click Here

 

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