Relationships Australia NSW (Big Splash on behalf of RANSW)
- Leading Not-For-Profit Organisation
- A fantastic opportunity to join the existing team of Relationship Educator/Group Facilitators
- Part time work opportunity available in Sydney City
- Salary Packaging available
Relationships Australia NSW (RANSW) believes everyone is entitled to positive, supportive and healthy relationships. Our work is centred on building strong family relationships and community connections. As a leading independent non-profit organisation, we focus on those in greatest need, and we conduct our work with respect for difference and social inclusiveness.
Exciting opportunity currently exists for an experienced individual to join the Sydney City Centre as a Relationship Educator specifically to deliver the Family Relationship Education and Skills Training Programs.
The work is suitable for qualified professionals experienced in facilitating psycho-educational Group work programs and seminars for children/adolescents, men, women and families.
About the role
This is a part time role working 3 days per week. Some of the responsibilities of the successful candidates will include:
- To provide quality client service in Relationship Education Group work programs, including working with individuals (men, women and children), couples and in some instances whole families
- To work as part of a team to enhance Relationship Education program and courses
- To actively promote Relationship Education services within RANSW's integrated service provision model.
About the successful candidates
Successful candidates will have:
- Relevant qualifications in counselling, psychology, social work, health promotion, adult education, community welfare or similar field (minimum Diploma level) including group work training;
- Clinical expertise in working in a therapeutic learning environment with individuals, couples, families and groups;
- Demonstrated understanding of the complexities of family relationships and the impact of issues affecting couples, families and children including family safety;
- Capacity to use self-reflection, clinical supervision and professional development to improve practice and coleaderships;
- Ability to relate to a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds;
- Excellent interpersonal skills including verbal and written abilities;
- Effective IT skills, including use of data bases and a range of Microsoft office programs.