- Job posted on: 7th Dec 2021
- Applications close:
As the Lead Practitioner it is your role to liaise with DFFH, monitor risk and safety plans and identify performance trends and areas for improvement.
Future Pathways is part of AV’s approach to the Department of Families, Fairness & Housing’s (DFFH) state-wide initiative to support Family Preservation & Reunification (FPR). The Future Pathways team compliment a suite of family supports provided within the FPR model.
The Future Pathways program is an innovative approach built on practice elements such as motivational interviewing, communication skills building and goal setting to respond to identified needs and achieve real and demonstrable outcomes.
For more specific information about the program, position and key responsibilities, please view the position description attached here: Position Description - Lead Practitioner (AVAW LP FPR FP 2021V1).pdf
We will review applications as they come in and may interview before the closing date if we can, so please do not delay your application.
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You will also be requested to attach your resume and cover letter that describes your motivation to apply for this role and any skills and experience relevant to the role.
To discuss the details of the role or to ask any questions please reach out to Deb Ireland, Program Manager of Family and Community services. Mb: 0499 071 653 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Lead Practitioner - Future Pathways enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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Please note that on Friday, 7 October 2021, the Victorian Government’s Chief Health Officer issued COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions. As an employer, AV is required to comply with the terms of these directions. Workers covered in these directions are required to have their first COVID-19 vaccine dose by Friday 15 October 2021 in order to perform work outside of their ordinary place of residence. Further, such workers will also be required to have their second dose by 26 November 2021.