Social Futures has the following vacancies –
Project Coordinator, Social Strategy
- Part-Time Position of 45 to 56 per Fortnight
- Fixed-Term until 17 November 2022
- Based in Northern Rivers – various office locations will be considered
Are you passionate about helping people start a new journey in life? The Social Strategy team leads community sector development programs across the Northern Rivers. We deliver sector outcomes in transport disadvantage, children, young people and families, housing and homelessness, and the community aged care sector.
Program Worker – Families, Connect and Support
- Full-Time Fixed Term Contract until 30 June 2022
- SCHCADS Level 5 plus Generous Salary Packaging Options
- Based in the Lovely Tweed Heads
Are you passionate about supporting families, carers, children and young people to make positive changes in their lives? Then this could be the job you have been waiting for. Due to an internal secondment, the Family Connect and Support team has an opportunity for a Program Worker based out of our Tweed Heads office.
Family Connect and Support (FCS) provides timely information and advice to families, carer’s and community partners and supports appropriate referrals and provides practical assistance to families, children and young people.
Mental Health Clinician
- Â Full-Time 38 Hour Week Opportunity
- SCHCADS Level 6 plus Generous Salary Packaging Options
- Location: Kempsey
The Mental Health Clinician works as part of a small team within the Suicide Aftercare Program across Kempsey and Bellingen LGA. This key role provides short term psychological intervention and support to people at risk of suicide or self-harm with therapeutic support provided in a range of settings including outreach. The role also contributes to a weekend referral intake and assessment roster.
Program Worker – Part-time
- Multiple Part-Time Fixed-Term Positions Available
- SCHCADS Level 4 plus generous salary packaging options
- Locations: Central Coast, Moree, Upper New England
StandBy support after suicide service is a community-based postvention program developed in response to an identified need for a coordinated community response to assist families, friends and associates who have been bereaved or impacted through suicide, regardless of when or where the suicide occurred.
It is an integrated response service utilising existing emergency and community support networks, resulting in bereaved people accessing the right support at the right time and place. Participation and cooperation with a wide range of agencies, essential.