Jesuit Social Services is seeking 2 experienced Targeted Case Managers to provide targeted responses for disengaged or at risk learners 12 to 17 years old and facilitate pathway options into education or training.
Jesuit Social Services is a social change organisation working to build a just society where all people can live to their full potential.
Since 1977, we’ve provided services in some of the most disadvantaged in our community.
We place a high priority on advocacy and are a leader in policy development and research.
Navigator is a program funded by state government that aims to support disengaged learners aged 12 to 17 years of age and work with them around a return to education or alternative pathway. The program works closely with families and schools and uses assertive outreach, case management and restorative practice to re-engage children back into learning pathways.
Jesuit Social Services is the provider in the Brimbank Melton, Hume Moreland, North Eastern Melbourne and Inner Eastern Melbourne areas, working alongside local schools, services and the regional Department of Education and Training office.
The Jesuit Social Services Navigator Program model consists of Active Hold Support, Targeted Case Management, long term Case Management and Mental Health specialist support through our Connexions Program.
On offer are 2 full time roles based in Brunswick, with travel across the region required:
The Targeted Case Manager (TCM) role will enhance the current model to engage young people and their families in time-limited interventions with pathways onto case management, Active Hold or community based options as required. TCM role will be a core component of the Navigator program. It will manage the program’s workflow, and provide an opportunity for early intervention and diversion.
An additional role serving the Brimbank/ Melton region is also available, based in Sunshine. Please refer to our careers page for further information.
A base salary of $72361 per annum, plus superannuation and salary packaging is offered, together with ongoing professional and career development.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Applicants are required to respond to each of the Key Selection Criteria, with names and contact numbers of two referees. Your responses to the selection criteria should be incorporated into your covering letter.
Please apply in confidence.
Applications close at 5pm, Monday 25 January 2021.
Applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date and may be subject to change without notice.
Jesuit Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We celebrate and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, cultural background, age, gender, sexuality, disability or religious affiliation.
Jesuit Social Services takes child protection seriously. We undertake multiple screening processes including appropriate reference and background checks, Working with Children Check and police checks to ensure the protection of children and young people in our care.
You are required to meet the behaviour standards outlined in our Code of Conduct.