Competitive remuneration package with salary packaging benefits available
Full time opportunity with flexible work arrangements
12 month Maximum term contract, with the possibility of extension
Hybrid opportunity, working from home and MCM sites
Better Futures supports young people who are making the transition from the out-of-home care system to adulthood until they reach the age of 21. The program enables young people to have an active voice in their transition planning and provides individualised supports both in-care and post-care across a range of life areas including housing, health and wellbeing, education, employment, and community and cultural connections.
The Better Futures team is looking for an energetic individuals who are committed to walking alongside and providing high quality services to young people leaving care.
The Case Manager, Better Futures sits within the Homeless, Justice and Family Services Portfolio and is responsible to provide flexible and holistic support to young people who are or have been in out of home care.
The role will be responsible to engage and support young people to achieve outcomes by providing a level of support offered as part of the Better Futures and Advantaged Thinking Frameworks. The level of support is dependent upon the circumstances of the young person and the capacity as established through intake. Support available through Better Futures is provided in the context of the young person’s current care status or when the young person has left care. The Better Futures Case Manager will be required to work with young people in all levels of support.
We are looking for someone:
Applications for this role close: 30 June 2023, so please apply early. Please include your current resume and cover letter.
Please review the position description to understand more about the role and responsibilities. For assistance with your application please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a leading not for profit, purpose-driven organisation that offers a broad range of services in Early Years, Disability, Homelessness and Family Services, Palliative Care and Education.
At MCM, we embrace differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability, religion and sexual orientation. We know that diversity in our workforce enables us to deliver empowering services that are informed by lived experience.
MCM is committed to the safety of its clients and employees, taking a zero-tolerance approach to violence within the workplace and abuse, including child abuse and abuse of people with disability. All employees are required to comply with the Child Safe Standards.