Foster Care Assessors & Trainers

Caring with Carers

Applications Closing: Tuesday, August 13, 2019 - 17:00

Caring with Carers is seeking casual assessors to undertake Carer reviews, General Foster Care, Relative/Kinship Care and Guardianship assessments and training with potential foster carers throughout Sydney, wider NSW and ACT.

This role brings working flexibility and the ability to base yourself from home

Category: Social Work
Field: Family, Children and Youth
Employment basis: Contract
Job Location: NSW, Canberra/ACT
About us

Caring with Carers is an Australian business based in Sydney NSW. We operate in NSW and ACT and serve Organisations as well as contracting independently to undertake certified professional assessments. We also deliver professional training programmes to support Out of Home Care (OOHC) agencies with their demanding workloads.

Our aim is to alleviate some of the burden on agencies in assessing potential carers, allowing those agencies to spend more time supporting the children and young people in their care.

Position details
  • Step by Step 2016 Registration is required.

We will consider applicants who are in the process of obtaining their SBS16 Registration.

Essential Selection Criteria:
  • Excellent face to face interviewing ability
  • Accurate report writing skills
  • A clear understanding of the Out of Home Care sector
  • Previous report writing and interviewing experience in this industry
Desirable Selection Criteria:
  • Experience delivering the Shared Lives Training packages in group and/or 1-on-1 environment.
Contact details
Contact Name: Bonnie
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 0452 282 698
How to apply

Please apply for this position either via our website or directing via email at

The recruitment process commences with receipt of your resume, cover letter explaining your current suitation and suitability for this role.

You will be required to provide DE-IDENTIFIED sample of your written work as this is a essential component of the role.

Date posted: 09 July 2019

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