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Aboriginal Permanency Support Caseworker

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Job Information

Job Listing Date
19 Nov 2019
Location
Sydney, South West & M5 Corridor
Salary
$70,000 - $82,162
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Community Services & Development, Child Welfare, Youth & Family Services

Aboriginal Permanency Support Caseworker

Salary Package up to $82,162

(Inclusive of $70,000 base salary, leave loading, superannuation and salary sacrifice opportunities)

KARI is one of the largest accredited Aboriginal Out of Home Care (OOHC) services in NSW.

We currently have positions vacant within our Restoration Program. The main role of the Permanency Support Caseworker is to provide quality case management for children and young people and their birth families to achieve best permanency outcomes.

Would you like to work in a supportive team that enjoys many ongoing learning opportunities and works in an environment where every day is different?

Do you want a job that will give you the opportunity to make a real difference in the day to day lives of Aboriginal children and their families.

Working at KARI as a Permanency Support Caseworker gives you the abovementioned opportunities.

If you have experience working with Aboriginal children, young people, families or communities, we want to hear from you. We are looking for dedicated and motivated people to join our team and help us make a difference to the lives of children and families in their time of need.

For more information on the Caseworker position, or to apply, please contact Nicole Alexander on (02) 8782 0300 or via email Nicole.alexander@kari.org.au

Please Note: Roles which involve directly providing programs and services to Aboriginal people for the purposes of promoting their welfare are considered to be ‘Aboriginal identified roles’ and are as such restricted to Aboriginal people only. This is permitted under Section 14(d) of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
  • Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?

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