Residential Case Workers2019-05-27T14:13:08+10:00
Residential Case WorkersFull Time (Evenings)Part Time (Weekend)The role of the Residential Case Worker is to provide case management support to youth or adult clients in the TAIHS Youth Shelter or Adult Accommodation Services. Residential Case Workers will be assigned to either youth or adult work based on their specific qualifications and experience.All clients of TAIHS Supported Accommodation Services must have an individual case plan in place. It is the role of Residential Case Workers to support clients to achieve the goals in their individual case plans. The intent of all case planning is to support clients to transition to secure and sustainable housing. This can include independent housing or return to family.Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Provide case management support to support accommodation clientsNumber of clients supported (as recorded in client notes / SHIP or any other AIHW approved client management systemDevelop and maintain effective relationships with clients, nurturing and supporting while assisting in the development of their skills needed to transition to alternate accommodationLead the development, delivery and maintenance of Case Management PlansContribute to effective client household management practices through coordination, supervision and development of client independence with bed making, laundry, budgeting and an understanding of securing and maintaining a tenancyFacilitate groups (eg men's, women's, youth)Practical RequirementsQualification/s relevant to the field of case management, at a minimum Certificate IV level - or progress towards Cert IV within the negotiated timeframe. Approved areas for qualification include Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential Care); Alcohol and Other Drugs; Community Development; Community Services; Community Welfare; Disability; Mental Health; Youth Justice; Youth Work; or other agreed area. Previous experience in a relevant industry would be highly regardedResidential Case Workers working within the Support Accommodation Services are also required to undertake Hope and Healing online Framework Foundations TrainingAbility to demonstrate strong capabilities around building relationships with and motivating vulnerable people, assessing needs and advocating for the clientMandatory RequirementsHold a current Suitability 'Blue Card' for working with children and young peopleHold a current Queensland Driver's LicenceCurrent First AidSatisfactory Police Check - no Serious/Criminal/Court RecordWork out of normal hours of duty, including week-ends, may be requiredPlease email: recruitment@taihs.net.au for an Application PackageApplications Close: 5 pm Monday, 14 October 2019Phone: (07) 4431 1420 or (07) 4431 1415ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER APPLICANTS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLYApplications lodged without the required documentation will not be deemed complete. 0 AUD Townsville

Residential Case Workers

  • Residential Case Workers
  • Full Time (Evenings)
  • Part Time (Weekend)

The role of the Residential Case Worker is to provide case management support to youth or adult clients in the TAIHS Youth Shelter or Adult Accommodation Services. Residential Case Workers will be assigned to either youth or adult work based on their specific qualifications and experience.

All clients of TAIHS Supported Accommodation Services must have an individual case plan in place. It is the role of Residential Case Workers to support clients to achieve the goals in their individual case plans. The intent of all case planning is to support clients to transition to secure and sustainable housing. This can include independent housing or return to family.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provide case management support to support accommodation clients
  • Number of clients supported (as recorded in client notes / SHIP or any other AIHW approved client management system
  • Develop and maintain effective relationships with clients, nurturing and supporting while assisting in the development of their skills needed to transition to alternate accommodation
  • Lead the development, delivery and maintenance of Case Management Plans
  • Contribute to effective client household management practices through coordination, supervision and development of client independence with bed making, laundry, budgeting and an understanding of securing and maintaining a tenancy
  • Facilitate groups (eg men's, women's, youth)

Practical Requirements

  • Qualification/s relevant to the field of case management, at a minimum Certificate IV level - or progress towards Cert IV within the negotiated timeframe. Approved areas for qualification include Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential Care); Alcohol and Other Drugs; Community Development; Community Services; Community Welfare; Disability; Mental Health; Youth Justice; Youth Work; or other agreed area. Previous experience in a relevant industry would be highly regarded
  • Residential Case Workers working within the Support Accommodation Services are also required to undertake Hope and Healing online Framework Foundations Training
  • Ability to demonstrate strong capabilities around building relationships with and motivating vulnerable people, assessing needs and advocating for the client

Mandatory Requirements

  • Hold a current Suitability 'Blue Card' for working with children and young people
  • Hold a current Queensland Driver's Licence
  • Current First Aid
  • Satisfactory Police Check - no Serious/Criminal/Court Record
  • Work out of normal hours of duty, including week-ends, may be required

Please email: recruitment@taihs.net.au for an Application Package

Applications Close: 5 pm Monday, 14 October 2019

Phone: (07) 4431 1420 or (07) 4431 1415

ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER APPLICANTS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Applications lodged without the required documentation will not be deemed complete.