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Our Purpose

To help end homelessness for every person who walks through our doors, with care and without judgement.

The team at Hutt St Centre deliver a wide variety of professional and support services to assist people facing homelessness and disadvantage. The team comprises people with experience and qualifications including Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Aged Care, Finance, Marketing, Communications and Administration. There are currently 40 people employed at Hutt St Centre, predominantly within Client Services.

Current vacancies

Vacancies are advertised here, and generally on Seek.

Case Manager - Aged City Living Program

Are you the person we are seeking to enhance our vital work with people facing homelessness?

If you are, then you will be offered:

  • A passionate and caring team environment
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Salary packaging

We have a full-time position based in our Aged City Living Program available. This is a fixed-term contract position until 30, June 2020, located on Hutt St in the city.

Our Aged City Living Program responds to the needs of vulnerable and isolated persons 50 years and above, who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing homelessness. This position provides case management to older clients, using a strength based approach to building individual’s resilience and skills to assist them to improve their living conditions and prevent future homelessness.

As a Case Manager for Aged City Living, you will work in partnership with clients to effectively assess and respond to their need. Your key responsibilities include:

  • Access health care needs and coordinate services required for target group
  • Visit clients in their homes and the community
  • Brokerage of services
  • Monitor and respond to health and counselling needs
  • Arrange domestic assistance and social support as required
  • From time to time assist clients to make and attend appointments
  • Assist clients with issues regarding individual case plans
  • Accurately maintain records and statistical client data

About you:

You will have demonstrated experience in a client-centred setting and must be highly competent with the use of computer packages, as this role requires a degree of data collection and input into numerous software packages. Your tertiary qualifications in a Bachelor of Social Work or a related field is essential. Previous experience working with older clients desirable, but not essential.

Other requirements:

You will require a valid DCSI/DHS employment screen and a full driver’s licence (both essential).

A knowledge of, or experience in the homelessness sector and an understanding of its causes is highly desirable but not essential.

About Hutt St Centre:

Hutt St Centre is a highly respected and innovative frontline service for homeless and vulnerable adults in Adelaide.  We provide a place of opportunity, choice and change to support people to end their homelessness with care and without judgement.

Application details:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.

Enquiries: Melanie Denford, HR Advisor, 8418 2500

Click here for the position description.

To apply, please attach a covering letter and your resume and email work@huttstcentre.org.au.

Applications close: Monday 17 June 2019.

 

Case Manager - Day Centre

Are you the person we are seeking to enhance our vital work with people facing homelessness?

If you are, then you will be offered:

  • A passionate and caring team environment
  • Learning and development opportunities
  • Salary packaging

We have a full-time position available in our Day Centre. This is a fixed-term contract until 30, June 2020 located on Hutt St in the city.

As a Case Manager in The Centre, your role has two key focus areas, and you will engage with ‘The Centre’ clients, assisting with intake and assessments as required, and provide ongoing case management for a case load of clients.  Your key responsibilities include:

  • Engage with clients in the Centre area and complete VI-SPADT surveys with new clients
  • Locate and identify rough sleepers through assertive outreach in the immediate locale
  • Identify and prioritise the most vulnerable and unwell for intensive support (VI-SPADT)
  • Provide advice, advocacy, assessment and referrals as appropriate, including the discussion of/securing of crisis accommodation options and other housing options
  • Liaise with other Hutt St Centre client service teams and other relevant agencies to ensure the appropriate support of vulnerable clients
  • Assisting to access health care as required
  • Provide an Intake and Assessment Service
  • Provide education and information for clients on the range of services available to them
  • Undertake initial and ongoing assessment of clients
  • Identify risks and address any Duty of Care issues

About you:

You will have demonstrated experience in a client-centred setting and must be highly competent with the use of computer packages, as this role requires a degree of data collection and input into numerous software packages. Your tertiary qualifications in a Bachelor of Social Work or a related field is essential. Previous case management experience gained in the social services sector is essential.

Other requirements:

You will require a valid DCSI/DHS employment screen and a full driver’s licence (both essential).

A knowledge of, or experience in the homelessness sector and an understanding of its causes is highly desirable but not essential.

About Hutt St Centre:

Hutt St Centre is a highly respected and innovative frontline service for homeless and vulnerable adults in Adelaide.  We provide a place of opportunity, choice and change to support people to end their homelessness with care and without judgement.

Application details:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.

Enquiries: Melanie Denford, HR Advisor, 8418 2500

Click here for the position description.

To apply, please attach a covering letter and your resume and apply now or email work@huttstcentre.org.au.

Applications close: Monday 17 June 2019.