- Job posted on: 6th Sep 2021
- Applications close:
Just when life should be full of possibilities, cancer can crash into a young person’s world and shatter everything. Canteen provides young people impacted by cancer, and their parents, with access to a team of Allied Health Professionals who deliver programs, counselling and a range of other group and individual support activities.
The team at Canteen assist these young people to access the support they need to develop and maintain the skills and confidence to live healthy and happy lives.
Canteen’s unique culture offers an inspiring, rewarding and purposeful experience enabling you to be at your best, together with a range of benefits including tax-effective salary packaging, generous leave entitlements and professional development opportunities.
As Programs Officer you will be responsible for designing, delivering and evaluating a portfolio of peer support, psychosocial and recreational initiatives for Canteen’s service users in Tasmania.
In this hands-on role you will play a key role in Canteen’s psychosocial practices by facilitating peer support opportunities through program delivery and community outreach, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of young people through their Canteen experience.
As Programs Officer you will be a confident communicator, able to engage young people, volunteers and the general public about our work, including those from diverse backgrounds. You will coordinate community outreach and education and build strong relationships with stakeholders, to harness the community to support the delivery of programs. You will develop and maintain relationships with a broad cross section of Canteen referral sources including hospitals, schools, universities and other not-for-profit organisations.
Along with tertiary qualification in education, human services, health promotion, community development, or related fields
you’re able to demonstrate:
Please note a current open driver's license, ability to obtain a first aid certificate and the flexibility to travel, work weekends and evenings (with notice) are a requirement for this role.
For more information on the role please Click here to view the Position Description.
As Canteen’s work involves employees being in direct contact with children and young people, employees are required to complete police and working with children checks, relevant to the State in which they will be employed. As an Allied Health Professional organisation we are encouraging our staff to be vaccinated.