CatholicCare Victoria is a leading and influential provider of charitable and social services in Victoria. The Mission of CatholicCare Victoria is to build communities that recognise and nurture the dignity of each person. Our employees share our Mission for a stronger, more inclusive society through supporting individuals, families and communities in times of need, especially those who are most disadvantaged, vulnerable and/or marginalised.
We deliver excellence in a broad range of child, family and youth services, family relationship services, school counselling and pastoral care services, social housing, employment and advocacy services across various office locations and delivery sites in Victoria.
We draw on the principles of Catholic Social Teaching to inspire and direct our endeavours. We value and respect human dignity, and embrace diversity in an inclusive work environment.
- Job Description:
Looking for an opportunity where you play an integral role in disrupting disadvantage? Then the role of the Team Leader, Youth Justice offers just that! The role is instrumental for ensuring the effective and efficient coordination of the Youth Justice Community Support Service and the Youth Justice Group Conferencing program, across the Grampians and Loddon catchments. The position also has responsibility for the Empower Youth program in Geelong.
The Team Leader, Youth Justice will be responsible for the leadership and supervision of all youth teams. The incumbent will ensure that: CatholicCare Victoria’s quality assurance processes are fully implemented; services are provided promptly; program performance monitoring and reporting requirements are undertaken accurately and on time; and budget expenditure is monitored accurately.
Specifically, the position is responsible for:
Contributing to the development of funding proposals and tenders, service models, research and innovation.
Participating in the formation of programs and work practices.
Supervising and coaching direct reports to support them in achieving their goals.
Ensuring the program and services are able to operate effectively within budgets.
Relevant tertiary qualification, preferably in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services or Community Development or similar related discipline
Demonstrated experience in the delivery of health, social or community services
Demonstrated experience in providing professional supervision to client-facing staff in the delivery of human services programs
Demonstrated capacity to build and maintain effective relationships with a broad range of stakeholders
Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as a key member of operational teams
Demonstrated awareness of the role of a faith-based organisation committed to diversity and inclusion of all clients, communities, staff and volunteers
- Contact: Louise Quigley, Senior Manager, Family Services on 0428 096 560