Case Manager - Woodridge
About the role
This is a full time position.
This position will involve travel within the Logan and South Brisbane area.
As Case Manager you will be responsible for:
- Assessing the needs of and providing support to young people and their families / carers who are referred to the program;
- Undertaking one-on-one counselling as well as therapy and mediation for clients and their families / carers;
- Providing sustainable and relevant interventions for clients and their families;
- Assisting in the development and facilitation of individual and group programs;
- Providing flexible service provision that is client-centred and using an outreach model;
- Participating in networks and forums to promote, enhance and develop linkages within the community;
- Contributing to service planning including the development of work plans, evaluation of services provided and subsequent reporting;
- Participating in supervision, both internal and external, on a regular basis.
Critical to your success in this role will be the proven ability to demonstrate
- your ability to relate and provide leadership to young people
- effective and professional interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to work effectively within a small team environment
- demonstrated case management experience
- basic computer skills, specifically the use of Microsoft Word and Outlook
In addition you will
- hold a tertiary qualification in human service delivery and preferably have previous experience within a similar position
- maintain a current Australian drivers licence, a positive Working with Children (Blue Card) check as well as a Disability Services prescribed notice (Yellow Card).
You will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment medical prior to any of offer of employment.
Bridges Reconnect works with young people aged 12-18, who are recently homeless or at risk of homelessness, and their families within an early intervention framework.
Lutheran Community Care (LCC) is a well-established and respected organisation whose employees provide services for seniors, young people, families, people with disabilities and mental health concerns.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest all operating surpluses into continually improving our services and expanding our reach to more people in our communities.
We operate 18 services across urban and regional Queensland, employing more than 1,350 staff and drawing on the support of several hundred volunteers.
LCC sees its role as being to help our clients experience joy and hope in their lives to the greatest possible extent – irrespective of the challenges they face.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please complete answers to all below questions and attach your resume.
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