- Regional VIC > Horsham
- Job posted on: 27th May 2022
- Applications close:
The Wellbeing Practitioner (IFS) will be part of the Family Services team and responsible for the coordination and contribution to a range of activities in support of projects. Assist in monitoring and tracking the project deliverables and outcomes including preparation of highlight and checkpoint reports in relation to budget, schedule, and resources.
Provide project support that respects the dignity and privacy of the child, young person or adult/family and be the key worker/central contact to assist the clients in all areas they require support.
The position will be outposted in community settings including schools, M&CHN and Early Childhood settings in Horsham.
To be successful in this role, you will have:
If this sounds like you, find out more or apply today by submitting the following as a part of your application:
For more information or questions regarding the role, please contact Louise Netherway, Senior Manager on Louise.Netherway@vt.uniting.org using the subject line: Wellbeing Project Support Worker - IFS - Horsham enquiry via EthicalJobs or 0419 610 371.
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