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“The only source of knowledge - is experience!”

Albert Einstein

As an Employment Coach you will manage Do What You Can participants and develop plans that assists them to gain successful, meaningful career longevity. The aim in this role is to place people into suitable long term employment or to choose suitable education pathways. We want you in our team if you are passionate about helping unemployed and committed to supporting job-seekers through each step of their journey, whilst working hard to achieve key performance indicators.

 

Ensuring all activity is appropriately recorded, documented and adheres to compliance and/or contractual requirements.

 

Your care and dedication to the job-seeker will be evident by the hard work you put in.

The successful applicant will have:

2+ years of Employment Services experience will be highly regarded
Highly developed interpersonal skills
Flexibility to meet and manage challenges
Excellent administration and computer skills

Excellent communication skills both written and verbal;
Superior organisational and time management skills;
Demonstrated drive to meet targets
Resilience and adaptability

The rewards:

Contract opportunity for successful candidates  after trial 
Opportunities for future career progression
A rewarding opportunity to assist people in gaining independence through employment or further study.


If this sounds like you, please please email us your resume together with a cover letter that addresses the criteria above, outlining how your qualifications, skills and experience would see you successfully fulfilling this role.

All Applicants must be willing to undergo a National Police Check.

Employment Coach

We are seeking an experienced Counsellor to run our Community Support Group.

In this role you will:

Undertake assessments, counselling, referrals and case reviews
Provide support to job-seekers 
Facilitate the Community Support Group

What do you need to be successful in this role?

Minimum two years (full time equivalent) counselling experience. This may include face-to-face, and/or telephone, and/or online counselling.   

Possession of a Degree in Psychology, Social Work or Behavioural Science from a recognised tertiary institution
Willingness to undergo a criminal history check

 

The rewards:

Contract opportunity for successful candidates  after trial

Opportunities for future career progression

A rewarding opportunity to empower unemployed people in gaining independence through employment or further study.


If this sounds like you, please please email us your resume together with a cover letter that addresses the criteria above, outlining how your qualifications, skills and experience would see you successfully fulfilling this role.

All Applicants must be willing to undergo a National Police Check.

Counsellor

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