Social and Emotional Wellbeing Worker
Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation
KBHAC is funded to offer Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) support to KBH survivors, their families and descendants. We are looking for a passionate individual to join our team as the SEWB Worker in the KBHAC Kin-Connect Program. In this role you will provide counselling and support to KBH survivors and KBHAC members who have been affected by forced removal or its intergenerational impacts. Some travel across Sydney, NSW and interstate will be a requirement of this position.
The SEWB Worker is part of the Kin Connect Program and is responsible for:
- Providing direct support, counselling and case management to KBH survivors, their descendants and families who have been affected by forced removal or the intergenerational effects of forced removal.
- Assist with the planning, research and organisation of the KBHAC Kin-Connect Program, under the direction of both the KBHAC Kin Connect Program Manager and KBHAC Coordinator.
- Establish and maintain effective communications with KBHAC members around KBHAC Kin Connect gatherings and activities; and
- Undertake required day to day operational administrative duties
KBHAC offers a flexible, supportive and friendly work environment and an attractive remuneration package including salary packaging options.
The position is a full-time role (38 hours per week).
The salary is calculated under the SCHAD Award rate Level 5 (Approx $79,800 - 82,500 + 9.5% super)
This is an Aboriginal identified position. Aboriginality is a genuine qualification for this position and is authorised by section 14a of the Anti-Discrimination Act, 1977.