Your Potential EmployerSMYL Community Services, a registered charity and leading education and training provider, is inviting applications from experienced community workers for delivery of the ParentsNext programme.ParentsNext is a pre-employment programme funded by the Commonwealth Government.ParentsNext assists parents of young children to identify their education and employment goals, develop a pathway to achieve their goals and links them to activities and services in the local community. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.YouThe successful candidate will need to demonstrate:High level of skill in or knowledge of education and/or vocational skills training.Knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues facing young families.High level of knowledge of child care services.High level of knowledge of work-readiness and job search practices.Experience in coaching, training and supervising persons.Qualifications or relevant experience in delivering social work or a related field.Demonstrated awareness of contemporary issues facing Aboriginal people.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Working With Children and National Police Checks (or able to obtain) essential.Current drivers licence essentialThe successful candidate will ideally have knowledge of or skills in:Proven ability to meet set performance targets and Key Performance Indicators.Experience working in government funded programme environment.Knowledge and application of contemporary EEO, OS&H, anti-discrimination and privacy issues.Experience in the delivery of nationally accredited training.Experience working in the not-for-profit sector.Applications including a cover letter addressing the above criteria with an up to date resume to:Human ResourcesSMYL Community Servicesvia email to humanresources@smyl.com.au     Australia - WA Northam & Wheatbelt

Participation Plan Officer (ParentsNext)

  • Applications are invited from experienced community workers
  • Northam and surrounds
  • Full Time position available

Your Potential Employer
SMYL Community Services, a registered charity and leading education and training provider, is inviting applications from experienced community workers for delivery of the ParentsNext programme.

ParentsNext is a pre-employment programme funded by the Commonwealth Government.

ParentsNext assists parents of young children to identify their education and employment goals, develop a pathway to achieve their goals and links them to activities and services in the local community. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

You
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:

  • High level of skill in or knowledge of education and/or vocational skills training.
  • Knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues facing young families.
  • High level of knowledge of child care services.
  • High level of knowledge of work-readiness and job search practices.
  • Experience in coaching, training and supervising persons.
  • Qualifications or relevant experience in delivering social work or a related field.
  • Demonstrated awareness of contemporary issues facing Aboriginal people.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Working With Children and National Police Checks (or able to obtain) essential.
  • Current drivers licence essential

The successful candidate will ideally have knowledge of or skills in:

  • Proven ability to meet set performance targets and Key Performance Indicators.
  • Experience working in government funded programme environment.
  • Knowledge and application of contemporary EEO, OS&H, anti-discrimination and privacy issues.
  • Experience in the delivery of nationally accredited training.
  • Experience working in the not-for-profit sector.

Applications including a cover letter addressing the above criteria with an up to date resume to:

Human Resources
SMYL Community Services
via email to humanresources@smyl.com.au    

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