Available at Waminda

Due to an increase in service growth and delivery we have the following exciting opportunities available within our service. These positions will be based at Waminda South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation in Nowra. Waminda is a family friendly, progressive organisation with employee wellbeing at the core of our business. Waminda considers being a woman as a genuine occupational qualification for these positions under section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). All positions are subject to ongoing government funding available to the organisation.

JUSTICE HEALTH WORKER:

Synopsis: Full Time - 35 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the new modern SCHCADS Award 2010 Level 6. Waminda considers that being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational qualification under section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

About the Role: This position will provide high quality holistic support and case management to women and their families to assist in reducing the rate of re-offending criminal behavior leading to incarceration. This role will also support women, their children and their families re-engage with their chosen community after times of incarceration. In reach visits to support clients occur fortnightly in Sydney to nominated correctional centers.

INTAKE OFFICER:

Synopsis: Full Time - 35 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the new modern SCHCADS Award 2010 Level 5. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants encouraged to apply.

About the Role: This position involves providing intake across the whole organisation and it is often the first point of contact to the service. This role will be required to identify the immediate needs of clients providing support, advocacy and referral pathways to Waminda programs and external agencies as required.

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL WELLBEING CASE WORKER:

Synopsis: Full Time - 35 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the new modern SCHCADS Award 2010 Level 4. Waminda considers that being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational qualification under section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).

About the Role: To provide high quality holistic support, advocacy and case management to women, their children and family members working alongside clients to assist and support in their journey that are living with social and emotional wellbeing issues.

UDVIS CASE WORKER:

Synopsis: Part Time - 21 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the new modern SCHCADS Award 2010 Level 4. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants encouraged to apply

About the Role: This role is based in Ulladulla and will work with Aboriginal, Non-Aboriginal and Cultural and Linguistic Diverse women and their children. Providing practical support to women and their children affected by violence to increase their wellbeing and access to appropriate services.

MENTAL HEALTH NURSE:

Synopsis: Full Time - 35 Hours per week, Salary is in accordance with the Nurses Award 2010 Level 2, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants encouraged to apply.

About the Role: This position will provide coordinated services to clients/patients with a range of mental health needs including early identification, assessment and treatment of people at risk of developing serious mental health illnesses, and ongoing care in accordance with best practice and clinical guidelines for treatment.

To Apply:

Email humanresources@waminda.org.au for an application package which can be picked up, emailed or posted. Applications must be received no later than and be date marked 5pm Friday 26th April 2019 and will be accepted via email, hand delivery or post, no late applications will be accepted.

Attention to:
Human Resources Manager
South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation
PO Box 978, Nowra NSW 2541

Applicants must request an employment package and must then address all essential selection criteria.

If you are interested in:

  • Volunteer Work

  • Working Development orders (WDO)

Please contact reception on 4421 7400 and speak to the HR Manager.