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Case Manager, The Wingspan Project – applications close Sunday 20 September

Case Manager – The Wingspan Project

About the Position:

The Case Manager is responsible for delivering the holistic case management to the group of young people in the Wingspan Project.  The Case Manager and Training Facilitator work closely together, along with staff from Wayside’s social enterprises, in order to support the progression of each young person along their individual employment journey.  The Case Manager engages with other agencies and organisations in order to deliver the holistic support for the young people.

Responsibilities:

  • Delivering holistic case management to a group of young people
  • Working within trauma informed principles and with an understanding of culturally appropriate support for aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • Tracking and reporting on the progress and development of the young people against individualised goals
  • Collaborating with managers in the social enterprises to support and advise them on strategies for effectively managing the young people, incorporating trauma informed principles
  • Collaborating with Wayside staff in the ongoing development of The Wingspan Project
  • Assisting the Training Facilitator in the effective delivery of the training program, and contributing the creation of a fun learning environment for the young people in the program

To learn more about the role, view the job information pack here. 

Application and Recruitment Process

Applicants should email a copy of their resume and a covering letter that outlines how your skills and experience meet the job requirements to [email protected] by Sunday 20 September 2020.

View the Job Information Pack

Case Manager, The Wingspan Project – applications close Sunday 20 September

Training Facilitator – The Wingspan Project

About the Position:

The Training Facilitator is responsible for the successful delivery of the training and activity program during this first phase of the Wingspan Project.  The objective of the training is to build communication skills, confidence, responsibility, and employment skills. Flexibility and adaptability is essential as the program aims to respond to the needs of the group. The Training Facilitator and Case Manager work closely together, along with staff from Wayside’s social enterprises, in order to support the progression of each young person along their individual employment journey.

Responsibilities : 

  • Effective delivery of the training program in Step 1 of Wingspan in a way that is student centred, engaging and meaningful
  • Understanding and adapting learning materials and effectively delivering training, in tune with the needs of the young people in each group
  • Tracking and reporting on the progress and development of the young people
  • Working collaboratively with the Case Manager and the managers of the social enterprises to identify effective ways to work with the young people
  • Engaging and monitoring the progress of the young people towards agreed learning and employment objectives, and providing additional support as required
  • Work with Case Manager to identify and resolve barriers to learning that are impacting upon learner engagement and participation

To learn more about the role, view the full Position Description and job information pack here. 

Application and Recruitment Process

Applicants should email a copy of their resume and a covering letter that outlines how your skills and experience meet the job requirements to [email protected] by Sunday 20 September 2020. 

View the Job Information Pack

Contact

Email: [email protected] 

Phone: (02) 9581 9115

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