Job Vacancies

Coordinator -

Keys to Early Intervention Homelessness Service (KEIHS)

Level 5, Full-time, permanent role

Kyabra Community Association Inc. provides strengths based integrated responses to people in our community. Service work involves partnership with individuals and families to identify goals, develop strategies and evaluate outcomes. 

This may include support and advocacy through the systems which significantly impacts on individual and family lives, such as; domestic violence; child protection; income support; housing; mental health and healthcare; disability; education and legal, parenting and early years. 

Due to recent structural changes to better support staff and our community, Kyabra now has some new exciting positions that have a focus across housing, homelessness and DFV and are a part of our improved integration strategies across the organisation.

The Coordinator - Keys to Early Intervention Homelessness Service (KEIHS) will work with the Manager based at our Nambour office to coordinate and support case-workers in six sites across the region, to deliver services to ensure people who are at risk of homelessness are supported to maintain their accommodation.  This position will provide support to the KEIHS Workers to collaborate with key stakeholders in each location such as Centrelink, real estate agents, QSTARS and other relevant agencies.  The Coordinator will be involved with local networks to support at-risk individuals and families in each location. This role also involves participating in an on-call roster.

Salary and conditions are in accordance with the Social Community Home Care and Disability Services Award, Level 5 $41.89 per hour.  We also offer salary packaging to permanent employees, a family friendly work environment and a range of practice and professional development opportunities.

All applicants with an interest in working from client-centred, strength-based frameworks, who can demonstrate a commitment to the principles of social justice are strongly encouraged to apply.  This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic team and a progressive organisation that pursues best practice within a social justice framework.

A Bachelor Degree in Social Work/Human Services or similar is an essential requirement for this role.

Applications close at 9:00am, Monday 31st May. To apply for this position, please click this link  You will be redirected to our online application site. Please attach your CV and covering letter to your application.

Only applications that address the selection criteria questions within the application process will be considered.

Kyabra is an inclusive workplace and an equal opportunity employer.  We encourage people to apply regardless of age, class, gender, sexual orientation, cultural heritage, ability or disability, or past behaviour.

It is organisational policy that all employees are required to carry a positive notice blue card and consent to any personal or criminal history checks.


Coordinator -

Domestic & Family Violence and Supported Accommodation

Level 5, Full-time, permanent role

Kyabra Community Association Inc. is a community-based organisation that is committed to strengthening individual, family and community life.  We provide strengths-based, integrated responses to people in our community.

Due to recent structural changes to better support staff and our community, Kyabra now has some new exciting positions that have a focus across housing, homelessness and DFV and are a part of our improved integration strategies across the organisation.

Based at our Nambour office, the Coordinator - Domestic & Family Violence and Supported Accommodation will be responsible for the supervision of a team of case-workers in addition to supporting the Manager with the development of domestic and family violence and supported accommodation responses in the region.

This position will interact with other roles within the organisation in relation to areas such as; professional supervision and training, data collection and reporting, research and evaluation, quality assurance and standards. This role requires being available for an after-hours on-call roster.

A Bachelor degree in Social Work or similar is an essential requirement for this position.

Salary and conditions are in accordance with the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award, Level 5 $41.89 per hour. We also offer salary packaging to permanent employees, a family friendly work environment and a range of practice and professional development opportunities.

All applicants with an interest in working from client-centred, trauma informed and strength-based frameworks, who can demonstrate a commitment to the principles of social justice, inclusion and equity are strongly encouraged to apply.  If you would like to be a part of a dynamic team and a progressive organisation that pursues best practice within a social justice framework this may be the role for you.

Applications close 9:00am Monday 31st May 2021. 

To apply for this position, please click this link  You will be redirected to our online application site. Please attach your CV and covering letter to your application.

Only applications that address the selection criteria questions within the application process will be considered.

  • Only applications that address the selection criteria within the application process will be considered for shortlisting.
  • Only those selected for short-listing will be contacted.

Kyabra is an inclusive workplace and an equal opportunity employer.  We encourage people to apply regardless of age, class, gender, sexual orientation, cultural heritage, ability or disability, or past behaviour.

It is organisational policy that all employees are required to carry a positive notice blue card and consent to any personal or criminal history checks.


 

Volunteer Opportunities

From time to time, Kyabra offers opportunities for volunteers to become involved in a number of our services. At the present time we have no volunteer opportunities within our offices in Runcorn.

Kyabra Early Years Place

At present we are accepting applications from people interested in volunteering at our Kyabra Early Years Place.

For more information, please email recruitment@kyabra.org or download an application form here.