CLOSED -Community Support Worker

Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

To provide high quality care and support to meet the identified needs of BGF clients living in the community.
• To work in collaboration with case managers and other service providers to achieve improved health and wellbeing outcomes for clients.

Category: Care & Support Work
Field: Community
Employment basis: Casual
Job Location: East Sydney, Inner West Sydney, South East Sydney
About us

The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) is Australia’s longest serving HIV charity, providing practical, emotional and financial support, financial counselling, housing and employment support to the most vulnerable people living disadvantaged by HIV in New South Wales and South Australia using a casework/case management/community support work model of care.

Position details

BGF is seeking graduates with a minimum of Certificate IV in Community Service or those willing to undertake this study to join our team of dedicated professionals working in the community to support people living with HIV to build their resilience and maintain their independence. Community Support Program (CSP) is an integral part of BGF’s model of care.

• Full and unrestricted NSW driver's licence
• Current First Aid Certificate
• Provide or undergo a ‘Working with Children’ clearance for paid employment
• Undergo a Police Check (arranged through BGF)

Other Information:

The position being advertised is a casual position only. BGF is an equal opportunity and diversity employer. Persons with a lived experience of HIV are encouraged to apply as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and those from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Position Description: Download position description
Contact details
Contact Name: Angelo Laios
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 0433 027 775
How to apply

Please apply by emailing your cover letter and resume to The cover letter needs to address the following topic:
Tell us what motivates you to apply for this role and work with BGF’s clients?

Date posted: 06 February 2019

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