- Regional VIC > Horsham
- Job posted on: 28th Jun 2022
- Applications close:
The Better Futures Community Connector will identify pathways, resources and relationships within the community that can support young people to realise their aspirations, develop their strengths and achieve their goals. This role will be key in creating links between young people leaving care and their communities.
The Community Connector will support Development Coaches from all Better Futures providers (Uniting Wimmera, Ballarat Group Training and Goolum Goolum) as a secondary consult to create and foster community connections. This role will involve networking, building relationships, collaborating, and educating Wimmera South-West service providers and the greater community.
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For more information or questions regarding the role, please contact Belinda Elliott Team Leader on 0466 934 401 or firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Community Connector - Horsham enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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