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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.

To apply for Brophy positions please address the Key Selection Criteria outlined in each Position Description and send along with a copy of your resume to hr@brophy.org.au by the relevant closing date.

Hillary Lafferty - Youth Support Worker

‘Working for Brophy is such a great experience – its a really positive and inclusive environment to be in, plus the opportunities I have to support young people to achieve their goals and grow in con dence is so rewarding.’

CASE SUPPORT WORKERS – OUT OF HOME CARE

Warrnambool, Portland, Hamilton (Casual) 

Supporting our Foster Care and Kinship Care Teams with practical, social and recreational activities for children and young people in out of home care.

Primarily providing support on weekends and after hours, these workers are required to be available to work across a 24 hour day, 7 day roster including sleep overs at Contingency Houses in Warrnambool.

On overnight shifts requiring sleepovers, the worker will be the sole worker on shift.

For more information on this position please contact Susan Powell – Team Leader, Foster Care on (03) 5561 8888 or spowell@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE FRIDAY 14 AUGUST 2020

Jessica Moloney - Team Leader Youth AoD Specialist Programs

‘I enjoy working creatively in engaging young people to access the support they need – where they feel empowered, and have the opportunity to make informed decisions around their lives’

YOUTH SPECIALIST AoD EARLY INTERVENTION PRACTITIONER

Warrnambool (1.0 EFT) 

  • Salary Range: $61,396 to $75,884
  • 11 Well Being Days
  • Attractive Salary Packaging Options
  • Excellent Professional Development Opportunities

Our Youth AoD Specialist Programs Team is a multi-disciplinary team offering an integrated early intervention service response to young people at risk and or harm from alcohol and drug concerns. This role’s objective is to build the capacity of key youth services, through a range of evidence based interventions, to effectively identify and refer young people with emerging substance use.

Key strategies to be employed will include:

  • Undertaking screening, assessments and case management engagement strategies to support young people through their journey
  • Improving the referral pathways for young people so that they can access AOD and other psychosocial support services seamlessly.
  • Develop and deliver an integrated approach to meet young people’s multiple needs through a range of multi-faceted interventions including outreach, 1:1 counselling and group work sessions, care coordination and family work, brief interventions, adventure based learning and life skilling activities (WILD).
  • Delivery of evidence based and relevant harm reduction and psychoeducation to promote health and safety for young people engaged in the DARE program.
  • Utilising a trauma informed framework through which to deliver the service.
  • Offering brief information and advice to services, young people and their families
  • Provision of evidence based secondary consults and workforce development training to schools, organisations and professionals supporting young people within the region.

For more information on this position please contact Jess Moloney – Team Leader – Youth AoD Specialist Programs on (03) 5561 8888 or jmoloney@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE FRIDAY 7 AUGUST 2020

Dana Porter – Foyer Warrnambool

‘Every day I get to work alongside a group of fun, inspiring and energetic young people – connecting and supporting them to find their place in our community.’

Expressions of Interest

Program Workers – Foyer Warrnambool 

Warrnambool – Casual

Expressions of Interest are now being taken for Casual Program Workers to join our Foyer Warrnambool Team.

Applying an Advantaged Thinking Framework where they focus on the assets, talents, resources and abilities of young people, our Foyer Team are responsible for the supervision and support of Foyer residents to engage in Foyer programs 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 to residents on weekends and after hours, and is required to be available to work across the 24 hour day, 7 day roster including sleep overs.

On overnight shifts requiring sleepovers, the worker will be the sole worker on shift.

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

To Express an Interest in these casual roles, please send a cover letter outlining your qualifications, skills and experiences relevant to the position as per the Position Description along with a copy of your resume to hr@brophy.org.au

EOI CLOSE FRIDAY 31 JULY 2020

Komal Josan – Family Violence Programs

‘Working in the family violence space is as meaningful as it is challenging. Supporting people on their journey of change and working towards making a difference are just some aspects of this work that give it purpose’.

Family Violence Practitioner 

Warrnambool – 0.5EFT

  • Salary Range: $80,436 to $84,078*
  • 11 Well Being Days**
  • Attractive Salary Packaging Options
  • Excellent Professional Development Opportunities
 

Working across specific areas of Family Violence Counselling & Support for Women & Children and the South West Family Violence Partnership Program, this role works within a dedicated team, utilising primary theories & frameworks that are recognised as appropriate and effective working primarily with women & children.

Family Violence Counselling and Support for Women and Children

The Family Violence Practitioner role is to provide information, counselling and support to women and children who have experienced and/or are experiencing family violence.  This role involves undertaking risk assessment and safety planning, crisis intervention, referral and trauma informed counselling while working with clients in a supportive, inclusive and respectful way.

South West Family Violence Partnership Program

The primary purpose of this program is to offer support to adults, youth and children who are experiencing the ongoing effects of being a victim survivor of family violence.  The program does not respond to family violence crisis situations.  Under this program, clients are offered either an individual or group approach.  This includes a suite of interventions such as Circle of Security, Shark Cage, Bringing up Great Kids and trauma informed counselling.  The program is strongly underpinned by the Safe and Together Model.

For more information please contact Donna Wynters – Executive Manager Child and Family Services on 5561 8888 or dwynters@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE Friday 7 August 2020

*Dependant on level of qualifications and experience and prorata per EFT.

**Prorata as per EFT

Family Violence Practitioner (Men’s Family Relationships)

Warrnambool – 0.8EFT

  • Salary Range: $80,436 to $84,078*
  • 11 Well Being Days**
  • Attractive Salary Packaging Options
  • Excellent Professional Development Opportunities

 

Delivering counselling and support services to men and their families to help them improve their relationships.

This role also includes the co-facilitation of the Men’s Behaviour Change (MBC) program for both DHHS and Corrections Victoria clients, as well as responding to L17 reports and assisting with MBC assessments.

The Family Violence Practitioner (Men’s Family Relationships) will operate within the Family Violence Program, establishing appropriate community contacts, developing and maintain working relationships with a broad range of stakeholders and funding partners in the provision of the program to achieve improved outcomes for men and their families.

For more information please contact Donna Wynters – Executive Manager Child and Family Services on 5561 8888 or dwynters@brophy.org.au

APPLICATIONS CLOSE Friday 7 August 2020

*Dependant on level of qualifications and experience and prorata per EFT.

**Prorata as per EFT