Current vacancies – The Orange Door

The Orange Door, Goulburn is opening soon, and we are looking for skilled leaders and practitioners to do this very important work and be part of the exciting reform.

The Goulburn Orange Door Team will include a mix of staff employed by local Community Service Organisations together with Family Safety Victoria and DHHS. These organisations include Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative, FamilyCare, Primary Care Connect and Nexus Primary Health working collaboratively to provide and deliver services for The Orange Door.

For more information about The Orange Door click here

FamilyCare

Nexus

Primary Care Connect

Child Wellbeing Practitioners

Full time ongoing (multiple positions)

Shepparton and Wallan

The Child Wellbeing Team will provide a specialist focus within the Goulburn Support and Safety Hub (The Orange Door) on the wellbeing and development of children, young people and their families through:

  • Actively focusing on the best interests of children and young people at all times;
  • Assessments that include parents/carers and the whole family;
  • Working with men as fathers/partners;
  • Interventions that consider children and young people as individuals in their own right, and take into consideration their opinions and wishes;
  • Early help for children, parents and families to support wellbeing, stability, development and safety;
  • Providing a point of contact for secondary consultation, advice and information.

The position will rotate between the Assessment and Planning team and the Screening, Identification and Triage team.  

For more information about this position please contact Amy Jones – Manager Child Wellbeing and Family Violence on 03 5823 7022.

This is an ongoing recruitment campaign with an initial closing date of 6th December 2020.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as practicable as the first round of shortlisting and interviews will be held from 8th December 2020. Successful applicants will commence on 15th February 2021.

Applications must address the Key Selection Criteria and include a current CV. Email applications to Human Resources at hr@familycare.net.au

Child Wellbeing Team Leaders

Full time ongoing (multiple positions)

Shepparton

The Child Wellbeing Team Leader will provide day to day coordination, supervision, practice oversight and support to a team of skilled Child Wellbeing Practitioners within the Goulburn Orange Door. They will provide oversight of the screening, assessment, triage and response to referrals in relation to concerns for a child’s wellbeing and development.

The Team Leader is responsible for exercising managerial responsibility in line with FamilyCare’s organisational goals, legislative requirements and funding requirements for The Orange Door, in collaboration with The Orange Door leadership team.

The Team Leader will lead the development of strategies to develop and expand quality services and identify current and future opportunities for quality outcomes for children, young people and families at The Orange Door.

For more information about this position please contact Amy Jones – Manager Child Wellbeing and Family Violence on 03 5823 7022.

This is an ongoing recruitment campaign with an initial closing date of 6th December 2020.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as practicable as the first round of shortlisting and interviews will be held from 8th December 2020. Successful applicants will commence on 15th February 2021.

Applications must address the Key Selection Criteria and include a current CV. Email applications to Human Resources at hr@familycare.net.au

FamilyCare is one of regional Victoria’s largest and most progressive community service organisations. We are strength-based and provide a range of Child and Family, Carer and Disability services as well as a number of innovative Men’s and Community Development Programs.

FamilyCare has a Code of Conduct which includes a commitment to the safety of children.

  • Salary packaging is available.
  • Training and development opportunities are provided to help our employees gain qualifications and skills that support their work.
  • Regular supervision to promote competent, accountable and empowered practice.
  • A professional work environment, with appropriate equivalent support and a commitment to safety.
  • Respect is one of our core values and FamilyCare actively supports building a diverse workforce.
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