Project Support Worker - Communities 4 Children
Job no: 504751
Work type: Part Time
Categories: Community Development
- innovative community development project
- flexible working arrangements
- part time
At Anglicare Victoria our focus is on transforming the futures of children and young people, families and adults. Our work is based on three guiding pillars, Prevent, Protect, Empower. We offer a comprehensive network of services and seek to ensure the provision of high quality services that will bring about significant improvements in the life experience of the young people, children and families/caregivers with whom we work.
Communities for Children (C4C) is a Federal Government initiative funded through the Department of Social Services (DSS). Communities for Children initiatives seek to reach vulnerable families within the Greater City of Bendigo.
C4C is committed to identifying and supporting child centered, adult focused services and activities that build capacity and resilience within families and communities. While the program works to effect outcomes for those most vulnerable, service provision predominately occurs from universal and early years platforms.
Anglicare Victoria as Facilitating Partner for C4C Bendigo brings together community-based family, parenting and children’s services to develop responses to the needs of children and families experiencing vulnerability and disadvantage. The Facilitating Partner subcontracts to a range of Community Partners to implement projects directed at achieving four key outcomes:
- Addressing family violence through the early years sector
- Addressing children’s literacy and language development
- Building parenting confidence and skills
- Supporting educational and vocational pathways for parents
To Be Successful in this Position You Will Need:
- Relevant tertiary qualification in social work, community development, early childhood or related discipline.
- Demonstrated experience and knowledge in community development principles and practices and their application when working within communities to build capacity, and understanding of placed based and outcome focused approaches.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the service system as it relates to this project, with the ability and commitment for working collaboratively with diverse stakeholders.
- Demonstrated experience/skills in project management and ability to manage projects effectively with sound written, verbal and analytical skills.
- Demonstrated experience and skills in developing and maintaining strategic partnerships.
- Demonstrated ability to provide support to the broader C4C team members and to work within a team environment.
Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to commencement.
Detailed Position Description Communities For Children Project Support Worker - Sept 2020.pdf
To apply for this position you will need to complete the online application. You will be requested to attach your resume and your responses to the Key Selection Criteria as separate documents.
We would encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible as applications will be assessed on an ongoing basis. If we identify suitable applicants prior to the posted closing date of the advert we may close the position early.
For further enquiries contact Melissa Rockes on  54 401100
Anglicare Victoria acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country.
Diversity and inclusivity are important to Anglicare Victoria and we are committed to ensuring our workplace and services reflect this. Everyone is welcome at Anglicare Victoria, regardless of age, ethnicity, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation and physical ability.
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