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Title Respite Support Worker Positions – Recreational Respite Casual
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week Casual – Flat hourly rate for weekends and public holidays
Location Wellington/ East Gippsland Shires
Job Information

Please click here for a copy of the position description

RESPITE SUPPORT WORKERS – CASUAL POSITIONS

 

Interested in Working With People With DisAbilities?

 

Uniting Gippsland is a quality accredited community service agency. Our DisAbility Program provides an exciting and extensive range of recreational activities and community respite for young people and adults with additional needs.

 

The Disability Team are seeking to increase their pool of casual staff and are keen to hear from suitably qualified (minimum Cert.IV in Disability or related service) and experienced people who are committed to enabling individuals with a disability to take part in our activities, have fun and be included in their community.

 

If you would like to find out more about these positions, please contact Rae Ellis on 514 47777 or email rae.ellis@ucgipps.org.au

 

 Employment is subject to a satisfactory Police Record Check and Working with Children Check

Uniting Gippsland interviews in the interests of safety and wellbeing of children and young people

 

If you are interested in these positions please submit your resume along with a letter addressing the full key selection criteria by clicking the apply now button below. Alternatively you can post to Human Resources C/- Uniting Gippsland PO Box 454 Bairnsdale 3875.

 

Closing date is Monday 14th August 2017 at 9:00am

 

 

UnitingCare Gippsland is one of 21 agencies who form the broader UntingCare network in Victoria and Tasmania. This network has merged to become a single entity, and has appointed one board and one Chief Executive Officer. The combined agency is known as Uniting (Victoria-Tasmania) and this role will be employed under the Uniting ABN. As we expect to see gradual changes occurring; our focus remains on continuing to provide high quality services to our clients and the local community and empower/provide opportunities for new and existing employees to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.”

 

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Title Relief EY Workers
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week As required
Location Across Gippsland
Job Information

 

Uniting Gippsland are seeking to increase their pool of Early Years relief workers across all locations, Gippsland, Wellington and East Gippsland.

Uniting are seeking Bachelor, Diploma and Cert III qualified staff to relieve in their Kindergartens.

If you have any of these qualifications and would like to join our casual relief pool of Early Years Workers please send through your resume along with your responses to the key selection criteria.  In order to work for UnitingCare Gippsland you are required to hold a current Working With Children Check and a current Victorian Police Check or a Fit2Work (organised through UCG) other Checks will not be accepted.

Click on the relevant position description below;

Position Description for Kindergarten Activity Group Leader

Position Description for Kindergarten Assistant and Additional Assistant

Position Description for Kindergarten Teacher Duties

Please note

Whilst we will accept applications for these positions we will only conduct interviews between February and October each year. If applications are received outside these dates suitable applicants will not be invited to an interview until February the following year (eg 2017). We will hold your application on file and if successful we will interview you in February

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Title Kinship Care Case Manager
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week 38
Location Sale
Job Information

 

Kinship Care Case Manager

Fulltime Position – Maximum Term until June 30 2019

Based at Sale with travel required

POSITION PURPOSE

This position will be responsible for working within a new model of Kinship Care (First Supports).  This model of care will be available to new statutory kinship care placements expected to last longer than three months. First Supports includes timely comprehensive assessment, identification of needs, access to family services, and flexible brokerage up to $1,000 to help establish placements

The main objectives of the new kinship care model are to:

  • Identify kinship networks early
  • Strengthen reunification, where appropriate
  • Promote placement quality and support children and young people living with kinship families to thrive
  • Promote placement stability, including reducing the likelihood of entry into residential care.

Click here for Position Description

Applications for this position close on Friday 27 April 2018 at 9.00am

Get in touch

E: megan.stanbridge@vt.unitin.org

T: 03 5144 7777

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Title Kinship Care Senior Worker
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week 38
Location Sale
Job Information

Kinship Care Senior Worker

Fulltime Position – Maximum Term until June 30 2019

Based at Sale with travel required

 

This position will be responsible for working within a new model of Kinship Care (First Supports).  This model of care will be available to new statutory kinship care placements expected to last longer than three months. First Supports includes timely comprehensive assessment, identification of needs, access to family services, and flexible brokerage up to $1,000 to help establish placements

The main objectives of the new kinship care model are to:

  • Identify kinship networks early
  • Strengthen reunification, where appropriate
  • Promote placement quality and support children and young people living with kinship families to thrive
  • Promote placement stability, including reducing the likelihood of entry into residential care.

 

This position will be responsible for the supervision and support for the Kinship Case Managers.

 Click here for the Position Description

Applications close on Friday 27 April 2018 at 9.00am

Get in touch

E: megan.stanbridge@vt.unitin.org

T: 03 5144 7777

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Title Cleaner Glassford Kindergarten
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week 13
Location Maffra
Job Information

 

Cleaner – Glassford Kindergarten

Part Time Position – 26 hours per fortnight

Based at Glassford Kindergarten Maffra

 

This position is responsible for the cleaning of the Kindergarten in accordance with the specific cleaning schedule for the Kindergarten that the position is located.

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Applications for this position close on Friday 27 April 2018 at 9.00am

Get in touch

E: sue.grogan-williams@vt.uniting.org

T: 03 5152 9600

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Title Early Childhood Additional Educator Morwell
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week 18.75
Location Dala Lidj Woolum Bellum Kindergarten Morwell
Job Information

Our Early Childhood Educators are responsible for the holistic safety, well being and education of children within the service program. This includes building and fostering relationships that honour children’s rights. Recognising that families are children’s first teachers, educators engage and develop partnerships with parents, to support their child’s learning.

In collaboration with the Teacher, educators assist with the planning, preparation and delivery of the educational program and contribute toward the documentation of children’s learning and development. The program, based upon the children’s individual and group abilities, interests and learning needs, encourages children to be curious and enthusiastic participants in their own learning.

Working as part of a team, educators actively contribute to a positive workplace culture, support continuous improvement and maintain professional work standards

Applications close at 9.00am on Friday 11 May 2018

For further information please contact Rebecca Ford on 5662 5150

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Title Early Childhood Educator Bruthen
Categories Paid Employment
Hours Per Week 18.75
Location Bruthen
Job Information

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Our Early Childhood Educators are responsible for the holistic safety, wellbeing and education of children within the service program. This includes building and fostering relationships that honour children’s rights. Recognising that families are children’s first teachers, educators engage and develop partnerships with parents, to support their child’s learning.

 

In collaboration with the Teacher, educators assist with the planning, preparation and delivery of the educational program and contribute toward the documentation of children’s learning and development. The program, based upon the children’s individual and group abilities, interests and learning needs, encourages children to be curious and enthusiastic participants in their own learning.

Applications Working as part of a team, educators actively contribute to a positive workplace culture, support continuous improvement and maintain professional work standards

Applications for this position close at 9.00am on Friday 11 May 2018

For further information please contact Jane Neate on 5152 9600

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