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Are you looking for a job you can be truly passionate about? 

Brophy boast an amazing team of just over 170 employees, delivering 40 plus programs and services to the south west community in the Divisions of Child and Family Services, Youth Services, Health Services (incorporating headspace), Corporate Services and our Realise Enterprises Division which is home to our social enterprise – Tasty Plate Catering.

At Brophy our Vision is not just focussed externally on our community – we feel just as passionate about our employees being meaningfully connected through their roles with us to create the life they want, and that as a workforce we achieve this together through innovation and relationships, creating new horizons towards an advantaged community.

Youth Justice Community Support Worker

Warrnambool – 0.5 EFT  

(12 month fixed term contract)

The Youth Justice Community Support Services (YJCSS) is an integrated approach to the provision of intensive support and services to young people involved in the Youth Justice system and to complement the statutory case management undertaken by Youth Justice units.

Through a model of co-ordinated, intensive support the YJCSS aims to:

  • Contribute to reduce the rate, severity, and frequency of offending behaviour.
  • Enable the effective transition of young people from intensive tertiary services to their community,
    (particularly post Youth Justice involvement).
  • Facilitate the development of independent living skills, increased capacity for social inclusion and
    resilience for adulthood.
  • Develop a young person’s capacity for economic participation and engagement in education,
    training and employment opportunities.
  • Develop a young person’s ability to make informed decisions around participating in risk taking
    behaviours, with a particular focus on Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) by providing harm
    minimization information, psycho-education and behaviour change support.

For further information please contact Peter Hill, Manager – Youth Support Team on 5561 8888 or via phill@brophy.org.au

TO APPLY:  Please respond to the Key Selection Criteria on the Position Description and send along with your resume to hr@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE JUNE 27  2021 

Youth Support Worker

Portland  – 1.0 EFT  

Our Youth Support Workers provide quality support and case management to young people between the ages of 10-25 years of age who are homeless or at risk of being homeless, transitioning from state care or involved with the youth justice system.

A commitment to provide intensive individual support to a diverse range of clients with complex needs, the ability to negotiate, consult and liaise with industry professionals is key to this role.

The position is required to promote these programs within appropriate youth and community networks.

They will develop strong networks and working relationships with other agencies, including government and non-government organisations, community and education sectors.

As a result, this role will act as an advocate for the programs when developing innovative and flexible activities that deliver outcomes for clients.

For further information please contact Peter Hill, Manager – Youth Support Team on 5561 8888 or via phill@brophy.org.au

TO APPLY:  Please respond to the Key Selection Criteria on the Position Description and send along with your resume to hr@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE JUNE 27  2021 

Team Leader – Foster Care

Warrnambool – 1.0 EFT

A key member of the Foster Care Leadership Team, responsible for the overall management, coordination and delivery of a Foster Care Placement Team who support for around 30 children and their foster carers.

They will lead and supervise the team and providing advice and guidance on a range of responsibilities including case management of foster care placements.
The role requires the understanding of relevant risk and needs assessments and application of a number of service frameworks mainly the Best Interest and Looking After Children Frameworks.

The position is required to develop trusting and supportive relationships with children, young people, families and their care givers, and have an understanding of the issues being faced.

A sound knowledge of the principles and processes of relevant legislation pertaining to children, young people and their families is required.

For further information please contact Marion Noye on 5561 8888 or via mnoye@brophy.org.au

TO APPLY:  Please respond to the Key Selection Criteria on the Position Description and send along with your resume to hr@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE JUNE 27  2021 

Program Workers – Foyer Warrnambool

Warrnambool – Part Time & Casual 

Our Program Workers are responsible for supporting Foyer residents to engage in Foyer programs or individual activities which develop independent and sustainable living skills and life options in order for them to access or maintain employment or education/training opportunities.

This position primarily focuses on providing support on weekends and after hours, and is required to be available to work across the 24 hour day, 7 day roster including sleep overs at Foyer Warrnambool.

On overnight shifts requiring sleepovers, the worker will be the sole worker on shift with access to an Agency On Call service.

For further information please contact Jenny Hand – Manager Foyer Warrnambool  on 5561 8888 or via jhand@brophy.org.au

TO APPLY:  Please respond to the Key Selection Criteria on the relevant Position Description and send along with your resume to hr@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE JUNE 27  2021 

ORANGE DOOR POSITIONS

The Orange Door provides a new way for women, children and young people experiencing family violence, and families who need assistance with the care and wellbeing of children to access the services they need to be safe and supported.

New social work graduates are encouraged to apply as you may be eligible to participate in the Rural & Regional Family Violence Social Work Graduate Program. This program will provide you with additional support and professional development opportunities within the first 12 months of your employment.

The Rural and Regional Family Violence Social Work Graduate Program is a 12 month intensive support program that will support graduates as they transition into the family violence sector through:

  • Monthly half-day Communities of Practice sessions, focusing on contemporary family violence issues and practice
  • Additional support including training and professional development opportunities and health, safety and wellbeing supports
  • A reduced caseload to allow time to attend training, professional development, supervision, and mentoring.

Integrated Practice Leader – ORANGE DOOR

Warrnambool – Full Time & Part Time Positions Available

 

The Integrated Practice Leader will be responsible for driving integrated practice across The Orange Door and providing practice leadership and expert advice to The Orange Door workforce on complex cases requiring an integrated or multi-disciplinary approach.

The role will build the capability of The Orange Door workforce to deliver integrated functions and services responding to family violence, child and family vulnerability and functioning, and perpetrator interventions, in line with The Orange Door Service Model and Integrated Practice Framework.

The Practice Leader roles within the Orange Door (Support and Safety Hubs) play a pivotal role in contributing to The Orange Door leadership and providing expert practice advice utilising relevant theoretical frameworks.

The Orange Door operates within an Integrated Practice Framework reinforced by Practice Leaders working collaboratively across the various specialist roles within the practice stream.

All Practice Leaders are expected to consult and collaborate with the broader leadership team within The Orange Door, and to work to build capability across all staff to work effectively with all clients.

Advanced Family Violence (Men’s) Practice Leader – Orange Door

Warrnambool – 1.0 EFT

 

The Advanced Family Violence (Men’s) Practice Leader  is responsible for providing practice leadership on risk assessment, risk management and planning for family violence and providing expert advice to the Orange Door workforce in relation to complex family violence cases and perpetrator interventions.

They will proactively build specialist evidence-based family violence knowledge and capability across the Orange Door workforce.

The Practice Leader roles within the Orange Door (Support and Safety hubs) play a pivotal role in contributing to The Orange Door leadership and providing expert practice advice utilising relevant theoretical frameworks.

The Orange Door operates within an Integrated Practice Framework reinforced by Practice Leaders working collaboratively across the various specialist roles within the practice stream.

All Practice Leaders are expected to consult and collaborate with the broader leadership team within The Orange Door, and to work to build capability across all staff to work effectively with all clients.

Team Leader Child Wellbeing – Orange Door

Warrnambool Based – 1.0 EFT

 

The Team Leader will provide the day to day coordination, supervision, practice oversight and support to an integrated team.

This will include working with Women’s Family Violence Practitioners, Men’s Family Violence workers and Child Wellbeing Practitioners.

The Team Leader’s work will range from providing oversight of the screening, identification, triage team and/or assessment and planning teams in relation to referrals where there are concerns for a child’s wellbeing and development or family violence is present within a family.

The roles require strong leadership and management skills, along with the ability to make sound strategic decisions, along with having expert knowledge and experience working in a clinical setting, as well as the capability to lead and embed integrated practice and quality clinical practice.

Team Leader Family Violence (Men’s) – Orange Door

Warrnambool Based – 1.0 EFT

 

The Team Leader will provide the day to day coordination, supervision, practice oversight and support to an integrated team.

This will include working with Women’s Family Violence Practitioners, Men’s Family Violence workers and Child Wellbeing Practitioners.

The Team Leader’s work will range from providing oversight of the screening, identification, triage team and/or assessment and planning teams in relation to referrals where there are concerns for a child’s wellbeing and development or family violence is present within a family.

The roles require strong leadership and management skills, along with the ability to make sound strategic decisions, along with having expert knowledge and experience working in a clinical setting, as well as the capability to lead and embed integrated practice and quality clinical practice.

For further information on ORANGE DOOR positions please contact Donna Wynters – Executive Manager Family & Individual Support Services  on 5561 8888 or via dwynters@brophy.org.au

TO APPLY:  Please respond to the Key Selection Criteria on the relevant Position Description and send along with your resume to hr@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE JUNE 27  2021