- Job posted on: 20th Apr 2021
- Applications close:
We have multiple opportunities available for Residential Care Worker to join our team. The role will provide high quality care and support within a 24-hour residential setting to children and young people who can no longer live with their families.
This model is to designed to stabilize young people in a long-term therapeutic setting, with the support of our Therputic Specialists.
Be apart of a supporting team that will be providing the much needed support to our young people while obtaining training to match our new Therapeutic model of care.
We are seeking cares that have the ability to make positive connections with young people and enjoy working within a positive team dynamic.
To be successful for this position you will need to have a minimum of Certificate IV in Youth Work or Community Services and Mandatory Top Up Training ( Trauma Informed Practice Units).
Additionally you will also have:
If this sounds like you, find out more or apply today. Please upload the following as part of your application:
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Pauline Byne 0466 921 547
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