Our Out of Home Care programme provides a holistic, multi-disciplinary and therapeutic care service for vulnerable children. Our aim, as a team of committed staff, is to bring healing and growth to children’s lives.
We need you to help us care for these children and young people and seek applications for the role of:
Professional Therapeutic Carer
Fixed Term Contract
We are seeking an experienced Professional Therapeutic Carer to provide therapeutic care to children who have experienced trauma from abuse. The position would ideally suit couples who do not have children who live at home, but appropriately qualified single people should also apply. Applications are particularly encouraged from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.
This is a live-in role, working on an 11 days on and 3 days off roster. You will work in a residential setting and play a pivotal role in the day to day lives of the children in your care by providing support and care to guarantee a positive, homely environment. This will involve everyday tasks such as preparing meals, arranging clothing/laundry, driving to/from school and out of school activities, watching the children play sport and ensuring their home is clean and tidy.
To be considered, you must have experience either in or directly relevant to this type of role and be able to genuinely demonstrate empathy, guidance, respect and patience at all times. It is imperative you are able to work with minimum supervision and be highly self-motivated in this demanding yet rewarding role.
- Competitive salary in the range of $74,187 – $78,723 depending on experience
- Accommodation benefits and access to a fully maintained vehicle
- Salary packaging options and access to discounted health insurance plans
- Work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team
- Receive specialist training and support by programme staff so that you can be confident and effective in your role
For further information please contact Sean Hendry on 08 9290 1205.
Applications must be submitted by COB Friday, 6 July 2018.
Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc. has met the Safeguarding Children Standards set out by the Australian Childhood Foundation and received full Safeguarding Children accreditation in November 2016.
Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share our commitment.
Our recruitment and selection processes reflect this commitment and will include criminal records and reference checks for successful applicants.
It is essential that all applicants meet the above criteria and are permitted to work and remain in Australia with no limitations.
Sean Hendry on 08 9290 1205