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Our purpose is to end homelessness for every person who walks through our doors, with care and without judgement.

We share a passion to provide a voice for the most vulnerable and to give them the tools to rebuild their lives. We create respectful environments and provide services that are easily accessible.

Like many not-for-profit organisations, we value warm-heartedness and kindness in our employees. What sets our team members apart? Tenacity.

Read more about our Mission and Values here.

Our team is made up of full-time and part-time professionals, working across social work, health and business services. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

What we can offer

The health and wellbeing of our employees is really important to us. That’s why we offer an employee assistance program (EAP), flu vaccinations, access to bicycles, self-care seminars and an extra day of leave - a ‘Ferris Bueller Day'.

As well as the option to salary-package (part-time and full-time employees only) we support our team with professional development, mentoring and training opportunities.

Current vacancies

Current vacancies are generally advertised here and on Seek 

 

Case Navigator (Case Manager)

  • Make your mark in this rewarding role
  • Friendly, fun and supportive team based in the CBD
  • Competitive remuneration plus salary packaging

How you will make a difference

As a Case Navigator (Case Manager), you will support clients on a longer-term basis, to address the life issues that have caused and perpetuated their homelessness. This will be achieved through housing, social engagement, education, employment, skill development and improved wellbeing.

This position will be offered on a full time, fixed term contract until 30 December 2022.

About you

We are seeking applications from experienced case managers who understand the importance of confidentiality and information sharing guidelines. Your ability to build rapport and work in a client-centred way is essential for this role. You must have previous experience in the development and maintenance of case plans and be willing to work in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team. Your high-quality client records and case notes will also capture appropriate statistical data for contribution to research, needs assessment and data analysis. 

Tertiary qualifications in the social services field are highly desirable. Knowledge of, or experience in the issues facing people at risk of or experiencing homelessness, along with an understanding of homelessness services will set you in good stead to succeed in this role.

You must have, or be willing to obtain a satisfactory National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check and hold a valid driver’s license. 

Full verifiable vaccination against COVID-19 (including booster) or an approved medical exemption is a requirement for all Hutt St Centre employees and volunteers.

What we can offer

  • Passionate caring team who are united in our purpose to end homelessness
  • An additional leave day
  • A focus on wellbeing
  • Increase your take-home pay by salary packaging

How to apply

If you would like further information about this rewarding opportunity, please contact Tameka Thompson, Aspire Program Manager or Alicia Hassan, People and Culture Advisor on 8418 2500

Click here for a copy of the position description

For further information and to apply visit the job advertisement on Seek.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.