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  • Rewarding work & flexible working environment
  • $37.54 - $40.39 per hour and NFP salary packaging
  • Ongoing training and support
  • Be a key player within a passionate care team, delivering therapeutic care to some of our region's most vulnerable famili

The core mission of Anglicare (NSW South, West & ACT) is to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty for children, young people and families. We have a particular focus on serving vulnerable communities in the ACT and regional, rural NSW.

Case Management is a delicate balancing act - and you bring the skills and experience to excel in your chosen field, while still managing a healthy work life balance.

After all, you are empathetic; that's a given. As an experienced Case Manager- you know empowering young people to survive and thrive can be professionally and personally challenging, but you wouldn't have it any other way. You know there's nothing more rewarding.

We are looking for someone like you, who shares our vision and values, and wants to join our community as the newest Case Manager, Permanency Support Program - Foster Care & Kinship Care with our Out of Home Care Services.

About the role

The Case Manager is responsible for all aspects of case management responsibilities and ensures the safety, wellbeing, and positive permanent outcomes for young people within the Permanency Support Program (Out of Home Care) service.

You'll love this opportunity to draw upon your knowledge base and training in equal measure, as you:

  • Work in culturally competent ways with Aboriginal families and within Aboriginal communities
  • Develop relationships and network with Aboriginal service providers
  • Follow case management principles and procedures to work in collaboration with children, young people, their families, and their Care Team to continually assess, develop, implement, monitor, and review the planning for the child or young person.

You'll be drawing upon your experience and knowledge of the child and family sector on a daily basis in this role, as well as your experience in working alongside Aboriginal communities, so those top-level communications and culturally competent skills will be needed. Tertiary qualifications in Community Services or a related discipline are mandatory.

You will be someone who is able to work autonomously at times, respecting the trusting relationship you have with both our service and the families and children you will be supporting.

In exchange for your hard work, you'll be richly rewarded. In addition to competitive rates of pay, you'll enjoy generous salary packaging benefits which are available under Anglicare's PBI status. Anglicare also offers other benefits including additional personal leave and paid parental leave. You will be a part of a vibrant, social workplace that celebrates both the big and small achievements. You'll have our full organisational support, if and when you need it - and if you'd like to progress further, then there is a strong possibility of role extension!

But most of all, you'll be making a difference: a real, solid, tangible, positive change to the lives of Australian families. We think that's pretty special, don't you?

For all enquiries please contact: Michelle Plummer on 02 4422 0488 (during business hours)

Applicants will be required to undertake the psychometric profiling instrument and must obtain a Working With Children clearance through the Office of the Children's Guardian (NSW) or, a Working With Vulnerable People clearance through the Office of Regulatory Services (ACT) and undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to an offer of employment.


Reference No.5793686
Applications CloseJanuary 31, 2022
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Job CategorySocial Work
Job FieldCommunity
Employment BasisCasual
LocationSouth Coast

How to Apply

If you would like to join the Anglicare team, please send your written application addressing the key requirements to: & enter Job Ref: 5793686

Applications close 31 January 2022

Anglicare NSW South, NSW West and ACT