Definition of a Harold: Harolds come in all shapes and sizes, sometimes they are men, sometimes women. Often Harolds are simply people who leave things to the last minute (and sometimes wait until it’s too late!) Sometimes Harolds are people who think that their opinions aren’t very important and shy away from sharing them with others (which is a shame because PeakCare thinks that the views and experiences of all our Members are extremely important). Sometimes Harolds are just very busy people who find it difficult to find the time to meet and collaborate with others (even though we think that it’s very important that they do). Sometimes Harolds prefer to leave systems advocacy to others (even though we think that this is a responsibility shared by all).
Don’t be a Harold! Make sure that your organisation is well-represented at each of PeakCare’s Roundtables closest to where your organisation delivers services. Don’t leave it to others – have your say too!
Register now to attend one of the five Roundtable meetings being held at:
- Townsville (Act for Kids, Endeavour Drive, James Cook University) on Monday 23rd July – registration at 9.15am for 9.30am start, concluding at 1pm
- Brisbane (PeakCare Qld Office at 17 Ross Street, Paddington) on Wednesday 25th July – registration at 8.45am for a 9am start, concluding at 12.30pm
- Hervey Bay (Hervey Bay Community Centre, 22 Charles St, Pialba) on Friday 27th July – registration at 9.15am for 9.30am start, concluding at 1pm
- Kedron (Act for Kids, 100 Sixth Avenue, Kedron) on Wednesday 1st August – registration at 9.15am for 9.30am start, concluding at 1pm
- Beaudesert (Community Room, 44 Tina Street, Beaudesert) on Thursday 2nd August - registration at 9.15am for 9.30am start, concluding at 1pm.
To register your attendance at one of the Roundtable meetings, click here.
Registrations close on Wednesday 18th July.
Introduction of Minimum Qualification Standards for Residential Care Workers
By now all providers of residential care services will have received a copy of the Strengthening the Queensland Residential Care Workforce – Minimum Qualification Standards Information Sheet. As flagged in our 27th April edition of eNews, residential care providers will also soon be receiving an invitation to attend a workshop jointly hosted by PeakCare and the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women to further discuss details of the implementation plan. This will include advice about the anticipated time frame for accepting enrolments to complete the Hope and Healing e-learning modules that are currently under development. In the meantime, Member organisations are advised to complete and submit their Member Agency Contact List if they have not already done so. The information contained within these lists is of great assistance to PeakCare in targeting our dissemination of information and our issuing of invitations to events of this type.
National Framework Third Action Plan updates
Updates on the Third Action Plan of the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009–2020 include a number of projects and new publications. Under Strategy #1, Early intervention with a focus on the early years particularly in the first 1000 days for a child, the Building Capacity in Australian Parents (BCAP) 'Parent Link' trial will launch in mid-2018, and aims to improve parenting skills by providing information in text messages sent to expectant parents, parents and carers on child development, and parenting and support services relating to the first 1,000 days of a child’s life. In Queensland, it will launch in Rockhampton, Toowoomba and Ipswich. The National Community Awareness Raising (NCAR) Strategy approach is in development, with key messages, materials and a national communications plan as priorities. The Connected Beginnings program, funding integration of early childhood, maternal and child health, and family support services with schools in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities experiencing disadvantage, continues. In Queensland, it has commenced in Doomadgee.
Under Strategy #2, Helping young people in out-of-home care to thrive in adulthood, the discussion paper Transition from out of home care to adulthood: mapping legislation and policy across Australian jurisdictions is currently being finalised to examine the impacts of jurisdictional approaches to extend statutory responsibility and support for young people exiting out-of-home care after they turn 18. The Towards Independent Adulthood (TIA) trial in Western Australia is trialling ways of improving support to young people by delivering intensive support including wrap-around services linking to education, health and housing. The trial comprises an intensive case management service, priority access to government funded services, and online resources and is currently at full capacity.
Under National Strategy #3, Organisations responding better to children and young people to keep them safe, the Inter-jurisdictional Child Protection Information Sharing Project is being conducted in New South Wales. The project explores gaps and barriers to inter‑jurisdictional exchange of child protection information, and has been included as a possible action in the draft Fourth Action Plan. To support the project, grants were provided to two enterprises - Itree and Factil - to develop a digital solution that supports state and territory child protection agencies to share information across borders in order to better identify and understand potential risks to children.
New publications include the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children Annual Report 2014-15 and 2015-16, and the National Framework for protecting Australia's children indicators.
Supporting Young People with Complex Support Needs in Transition Forum
Lost in Transition is a three-year ARC funded research project exploring the issues of young with complex support needs in transition that aims to map existing frameworks for transition support planning, describe the needs of young people with complex support needs in relation to key life transitions, develop an understanding of the various meanings of transition to young people with complex support needs and for those who provide transition support, and explore how these transitions can be tracked and quantified. Save the date for the Lost in Translation Forum on 6th September that will discuss what it would take at a policy, practice and organisational level to achieve appropriate supports to young people with complex support needs in Queensland. View the flyer for more details.
Insights into volunteer management needed
Volunteering Queensland as a part of an Australian Research Council Linkage Project is conducting an online survey to better understand the management of episodic (once-off) volunteers within the non-profit sector. The survey seeks volunteer managers or coordinators who manage episodic volunteers currently or who have done so at some point during their career, within a non-profit organisation, who are invited to complete a short online survey. Enquiries can be directed to project manager Laurel English by email or phone on 3634 5221.
Youth Health Conference 2018 - abstracts closing soon
The 2018 Youth Health Conference is the platform that will explore how to best support the lives and health of young Australians, and where the latest research findings will be presented with policy and practice recommendations, showcasing innovative models of care. Abstract submissions relating to the conference theme 'Owning Future Change' are being received until Friday, 20th July. Submit an abstract to present research, programs, models of care and best practice in youth health, for oral papers, posters and 90 minute symposia.
Government consultations now open
The Senate Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters is inviting submissions on the Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Lowering Voting Age and Increasing Voter Participation) Bill 2018 that seeks to introduce voluntary voting for 16 and 17 year olds; lower the voter registration age to 14; and allow enrolment on polling day. Submissions close Friday, 10th August and can be submitted online.
The federal government has opened consultation on Australia’s second national action plan on women, peace and security: discussion paper, to inform ongoing implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) and related resolutions under the Women, Peace and Security agenda (WPS). The discussion paper poses four key questions about the WPS agenda and how it could be best realised in the Australian context.
Nominations are now open for the Queensland Community Achievement Awards that encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities and businesses are making throughout Queensland. Nominate an individual who deserves to be recognised - the process is now streamlined and takes only two minutes! Each category winner will receive the Award Prize of $2,500. Nominations close Tuesday, 28th August.
NAIDOC Week 2018 - celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
The theme of this year's NAIDOC Week is Because of Her We Can, highlighting the crucial role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women play in their communities and nationally. Too often their voices and contributions are ignored, stolen or marginalised. This NAIDOC Week provides the opportunity to offer the recognition and respect these women deserve.
Remarkable women such as Fanny Cochrane, Evelyn Scott and Faith Thomas shaped Australian history. To hear from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women today, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner June Oscar AO, the first woman appointed to that position, launched the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women's Voices) project, which represents the first time in over three decades the federal government has funded a national engagement project with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. As Commissioner Oscar asserts, "We must nurture and teach our young Indigenous women to be strong in their sense of identity and individual and collective worth." The project is travelling nationally to hear from women in their own words about their lived experiences, priorities, challenges and aspirations for themselves, their families and their futures - beyond, as the Commissioner notes, the existing "narrow frame of victimhood and dysfunction." No woman need miss out - the project is also accepting online submissions until November.
Collectively, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women significantly contribute to the nation. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are increasingly engaging in formal education and achieving higher academic levels, with a 45% increase in 2014-15 from 2008. Over one-third of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women surveyed reported providing care and support for someone in need, showing the vital and often overlooked role they play in strengthening social and family networks. See more of the ABS facts celebrating the achievements of these women.
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention / Mandatory Reporting
Gladstone - Tuesday, 10th July
Presented by NAPCAN
This 3-hour interactive workshop covers essential knowledge for anyone working with children and young people, particularly those covered by mandatory reporting requirements. Topics covered include: roles and responsibilities in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, legislative requirements including mandatory reporting, organisational/individual responsibility in responding to early indicators of harm and family support needs, how to respond, and prevention strategies. This workshop will also be held in other locations around Queensland. Find out more and register.
Masterclass in Working Effectively with Groups
Brisbane - Saturday, 14th to Sunday, 15th July
Presented by Australian Association of Social Workers
This is a weekend workshop is for those working or training as social and community service providers, counselling or anyone wanting to explore, develop confidence, and further group facilitation skills. The workshop offers an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of group process and the managing of group energy and leadership skills. The contents are crucial for Social Workers in general and mental health practitioners in particular due to the fact that social workers are fully engaged in work a variety of group therapy and community group work. Find out more and register.
Expert evidence in the Childrens Court
Brisbane - Wednesday, 18th July
Presented by Child Protection Practitioners Association Queensland
This CPPAQ Practice Paper will address the purpose of expert evidence in the Childrens Court, what expert reports should contain, and issues to consider when commissioning a social assessment report. It will further consider how courts can appraise social assessment reports about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families, and how cultural competence can be assured. Magistrate Andrew Moloney will chair the discussion with panellists Rayleigh Joy from LifeCare Consultancy, Candice Butler from QATSICPP, and Maree Crawford from Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. Attendance is FREE for CPPAQ Members. Find out more and register.
Best Practice in Case Note Writing
Brisbane - Tuesday, 7th August
Presented by Amovita Consulting
This half-day training explores the importance of case note writing and recording, best practice principles, and takes participants through a range of scenarios and case studies in which to develop best practice writing skills. Participants will also learn Amovita’s exclusive R.E.A.S.O.N. Case Note Writing Framework. Find out more and register.
123 Magic & Emotion Coaching
Brisbane - Wednesday, 22nd August
Presented by Parentshop
A comprehensive one-day training course that provides skills to teach parents and carers of 2-12 year-olds the skills to manage children's difficult behaviour. The professional training includes role play, group discussion, worksheets and videos. This one-day course equips professionals with the knowledge to teach parents the program over three sessions and/or how to teach the tenets of the program in a few one-to-one clinical sessions. Each participant receives professional practitioner training resources including a manual, slideshow and session-by-session guidelines to facilitate parent meetings. Find out more and register.
Tuning In to Acting Out: responding to the behaviours and needs of young people
Brisbane - Thursday, 23rd August
Presented by Encompass Family and Community
We all acknowledge the principle that children and young people who need care are best placed with kin, if there are family members who can provide safety and help meet their emotional needs. However there are some challenges to be overcome! Achieving positive family contact with parents can be tricky, and research tells us that reunification planning can be more difficult than with non-relative carers. Family of origin patterns of interaction, and longstanding issues around relationships and the meanings attributed to past events, can be complicated. Cultural and customary kinship roles add a further dimension. This workshop puts the spotlight on the particular issues which workers must address for kinship care to work well, and considers strategies to assist all parties to focus on the child’s needs irrespective of ‘family’ issues. Find out more and register.
Brisbane - Tuesday, 4th September
Presented by Compass Seminars
Research is clearly showing that well designed primary schools and classroom environments boost children’s learning ability. By modifying and fine tuning the environment, we are basically changing the sensory environment for students. Factors such as visual glare, the effect of florescent lights, impact of posters on classroom walls, noise level, seating organisation, seating options, tactile options, transitions and playground equipment are just some of the sensory and environmental players in schools.Understanding the core concepts of sensory processing, how to identify sensory reactions or sensory driven behaviours in classrooms and schools is critical in supporting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder who also struggle significantly with sensory processing difficulties daily. Find out more and register.
Lost in Translation - Supporting Young People with Complex Support Needs in Transition Forum
Brisbane - Thursday, 6th September
Presented by Community Living Association
Lost in Transition is a three-year ARC funded research project exploring the issues of young with complex support needs in transition that aims to map existing frameworks for transition support planning, describe the needs of young people with complex support needs in relation to key life transitions, develop an understanding of the various meanings of transition to young people with complex support needs and for those who provide transition support, and explore how these transitions can be tracked and quantified. Save the date for the Lost in Translation Forum that will discuss what it would take at a policy, practice and organisational level to achieve appropriate supports to young people with complex support needs in Queensland. View the flyer for more details.
2018 Queensland Youth Justice Forum
Brisbane - Wednesday, 18th July
The 2018 Queensland Youth Justice Forum will be held at The Ship Inn Function Centre, Level 2, South Brisbane. The Forum will bring together key legal, justice, academic and policy professionals in a constructive dialogue around the future of youth justice in Queensland. Professor Elena Marchetti, Griffith Law School, and Magistrate Jacquie Payne, Brisbane Magistrates Court, will deliver keynotes on the day. RSVP online to register.
Our Healing, Our Future: shaping strategies with our young people - Intergenerational trauma youth forum
Brisbane - Tuesday, 24th July
The Healing Foundation will host a public forum and webinar discussing best practice in shaping strategies with young people in healing from Intergenerational Trauma. The forum brings together young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, policy makers, community leaders, and professionals. Speakers will include Professor Helen Milroy, a leader in Indigenous mental health and trauma; young advocates Tonii Skeen and Karlie Stewart; and Joel Wenitong, a respected community mentor and member of The Last Kinection. The Healing Foundation is inviting young people aged from 17 - 25 years in particular to attend in person, and if they can't, to attend online. Save the date and stay tuned for updates!
2018 AIFS Conference: What matters most to families in the 21st Century?
Melbourne - Wednesday, 25th July to Friday, 27th July
The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) is the Australian government’s key research body in the area of family wellbeing. Every two years, the AIFS Conference offers unrivalled opportunities to mix with leading thinkers, decision-makers and researchers across a range of sectors and disciplines who are dedicated to improving the lives of families. Join leading thinkers and change-makers at the 2018 AIFS Conference – What matters most to families in the 21st Century? which will look ahead and ask: what does the future for families look like? What are the challenges and opportunities and how prepared are we? Exploring these questions requires boldness, curiosity and imagination, and the AIFS 2018 Conference will provide rich debate and inquiry, and encourage participants to engage with the emerging issues for families. The Conference MCs will be Virginia Trioli, ABC journalist, and Madonna King, writer and journalist and the Conference boasts a range of renowned speakers.
3rd Biennial Childhood Trauma Conference 2018
Melbourne - Sunday, 29th July to Friday, 3rd August
The Australian Childhood Foundation presents this conference with 18 internationally renowned practitioners and major authors in the field of trauma and neuroscience offering the opportunity to hear about innovative, practical and translatable ways of working with creative arts, sand tray, play, attachment based dynamics, movement and sensorimotor intervention. The conference themes of Trust, Love and Betrayal are at the core of the experience of childhood trauma and ultimately the relationships which can offer safety, hope and resolution. Find out more and register.
Managing employees - how do we do that?
Webinar - Tuesday, 31st July
Have you recently volunteered or joined a Management Committee? Do you have loads of questions and not sure of the answers? Would you like some help in understanding your role and responsibilities as an employer? This QCOSS webinar is specifically designed to help new and existing Management Committee members to understand their responsibilities as an employer and also the responsibilities to their employees. The webinar will cover communication, effective management, successful induction, ensuring safety and workplace procedures are adequately in place, and effective teamwork. The webinar will be presented by Susan Cislowski from Community Management Solutions. Find out more and register.
UQ Deaths in Custody project launch
Brisbane - Wednesday, 1st August
The University of Queensland's Deaths in Custody Project is a partnership between the TC Beirne School of Law and Sisters Inside Inc. aimed at shining a light on the deaths of criminalised people that happen in prisons, in police cells and in other custodial environments around Australia each year. Since 2016, teams of law students have donated many hours of their time pro bono, for no academic credit or reward, to finding, reading and analysing over 500 deaths in custody inquest findings. The results of their research have now been compiled on a new website, to give researchers and members of the public better access to the stories of those who have lost their lives in custody. Speakers at the project launch will include: Debbie Kilroy OAM, Sisters Inside Inc., Stephen Keim SC, Higgins Chambers, and Tamara Walsh, Professor, UQ. Find out more and register.
Changing Lives, Changing Communities
Capricornia - Tuesday, 7th August
Building on the momentum of QCOSS’ Movement For Change Conference and Pulse conversations, a series of regional events will be held with the aim of creating real social change in 13 Queensland communities. Changing Lives, Changing Communities will kick off in Capricornia, Fraser Coast and Townsville during August. Community members are invited to attend this free, two-day event to explore what it takes to create communities where everyone contributes, matters and belongs. Bring a friend or colleague and work together to develop a shared vision and equip yourself with knowledge and actions to make real social change.
ACWA Conference and National Kinship Care Forum
Sydney - Monday, 20th to Thursday, 23rd August
The Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) Conference 2018 will highlight the continuing endeavour of working with community organisations in providing positive outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families. ACWA is the NSW non-government peak body representing the voice of community organisations working with vulnerable children, young people and their families. Find out more and register. Following the Conference, the National Kinship Care Forum will be held at the Australian Human Rights Commission, 175 Pitt Street, Sydney. The Forum will discuss the importance of kinship care, which now provides more statutory out-of home care than foster care across Australia. Attendance is free - find out more.
Protective Behaviours Australia Conference 2018
Brisbane - Thursday, 30th to Friday, 31st August
Act for Kids, NAPCAN and the Daniel Morcombe Foundation are partnering with Protective Behaviours Australia, to present the Protective Behaviours Australia Conference at the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre. The two-day event features keynote speakers from all across Australia sharing their research, insights and knowledge of protective behaviours. Combined with informative and interactive workshops, attendees will walk away empowered with the knowledge to collectively reduce the incidence and impact of abuse and violence in the community and keep our kids safe. Discounted accommodation rates are available at Oaks Casino Towers, Oaks Festival Towers and ISTAY River City.
15th Annual Micah Moonlight Magic Dinner Dance
Brisbane - Friday, 31st August
The annual Micah Moonlight Magic Dinner Dance will be be held at the Plaza Ballroom, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. In true Micah Projects fashion, it is a night where socially created barriers are toppled and all members of the Brisbane community can come together as equals, to enjoy each other’s company. Purchase your tickets now.
Queensland Child Protection Week Dinner
Brisbane - Friday, 7th September
The Queensland Child Protection Week Dinner celebrates the dedication and commitment of those working within the child protection industry in Queensland. This year's dinner will be hosted by Kay McGrath, with Hon. Dianne Farmer, Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence speaking. Find out more and purchase tickets.
The Sanctuary Model in Context
Brisbane - Monday, 15th to Tuesday, 16th October
The Sanctuary Institute Australia and MacKillop Family Services are inviting community services organisations and schools to attend a two-day seminar to support cultures of safety, wellbeing and learning in organisations. Participants will learn about The Sanctuary Model, a trauma-informed, whole of organisation change model that responds to the impact of chronic stress and adversity. Educators should note this program meets the requirements for provisional or full teacher registration for 14 hours of Professional Learning in every Australian state. Teachers will be able to demonstrate increased knowledge and proficiency on Standard 1 and 4 of Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (AITSL). View the flyer for more details or register here.
10th Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium
Hobart - Tuesday, 16th to Wednesday, 17th October
The 10th Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium is an opportunity for policy makers, clinical practitioners, academics, service providers and mental health professionals to join together and provide a collaborative platform for the challenges, solutions, innovations, support systems and networks for rural mental health. Find out more and register.
2018 ACOSS National Conference
Sydney - Monday, 29th and Tuesday, 30th October
The ACOSS National Conference has been a key event for civil society in Australia for over six decades. Each year hundreds of thought leaders, policy makers, political leaders, social innovators, practitioners, academics, campaigners, community leaders and social justice advocates come together to engage in collective public policy analysis, discussion and debate; identifying challenges and strategising solutions with the view to address poverty and inequality and enhance social cohesion in Australia.At this year's conference dinner ACOSS and HESTA will be co-presenting the Community Sector Awards. Early bird tickets are now available - don't miss out!
2018 Youth Health Conference
Gold Coast - Wednesday, 7th to Friday, 9th November
The Australian Association for Adolescent Health and the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association have partnered to host the 2018 Youth Health Conference. This year’s conference theme, “Owning Future Change”, invites young people, clinicians, researchers, educators and policy makers to act now to identify challenges and implement solutions to create real change in the lives and health of young Australians. The 2018 Youth Health Conference is the platform where the latest research findings will be presented with policy and practice recommendations, and where innovative models of care will be showcased. Key speakers include Peter Azzopardi, Co-Head of Adolescent Health, Burnet Institute. Research Fellow, Wardliparingga Aboriginal Research Unit, SAHMRI, journalist and writer Benjamin Law, Prof Susan Sawyer, President, International Association for Adolescent Health and Prof Ngiare Brown, Founding Director, NGAOARA. The opportunity to present alongside these key speakers ends soon, with abstract submissions closing Friday, 20th July. Find out more and register.
FRSA 2018 National Conference
Cairns - Tuesday, 20th to Friday, 23rd November
The Family and Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) National Conference is one of the largest annual gatherings of practitioners, academics and policy makers working to support children, families and communities. The Conference will be held at the Pullman Cairns International Hotel with the theme Be the change: Leaving no one behind.
Healing Our Spirit Worldwide: The Eighth Gathering
Sydney - Monday, 26th to Thursday, 29th November
The International Indigenous Council for Healing Our Spirit Worldwide has invited The Healing Foundation and The University of Sydney to join together to celebrate the strengths of Indigenous peoples across the world. Healing Our Spirit Worldwide – The Eighth Gathering will share the experiences, resilience and challenges confronting Indigenous peoples across the world.
Visit the Events page on our website for other opportunities in the sector. You can also email your professional development opportunities so that we may promote them through future editions of eNews.
Caseworkers x 2 - YAC
YAC is seeking two full time case workers for its new support program for young people in the youth justice system from the Sunshine Coast to the Gold Coast. One position is a full time family support caseworker (identified Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander position), and one position is a full time youth support caseworker. Find out more and apply. Applications close Monday, 16th July.
DV Specialist Worker (rostered), BDVS - Micah Projects
Micah is seeking a locum DV Specialist Worker (rostered) to work with the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS). This position is an after-hours crisis response to domestic violence. The role is responsible for providing a crisis response to individuals who have been referred to Safer Lives as victims of domestic violence primarily by DV Connect and Queensland Police. Find out more and apply. Applications close Thursday, 19th July.
Support and Advocacy Manager, BDVS - Micah Projects
Micah is seeking a locum Support and Advocacy Manager to work with the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS) for eight (8) months. The objective of this position is to lead the planning, delivery and monitoring of the SLMS model and specialist domestic violence workers that support people affected by domestic and family violence across the Brisbane region. Find out more and apply. Applications close Thursday, 19th July.
Clinician - Bravehearts
Bravehearts is seeking a Registered Psychologist or Mental Health Accredited Clinician to join the team at Springwood. Reporting to the National Therapeutic Services Manager, this role provides counselling with adults, children, young people and their families who have experienced, or may be at risk of child sexual assault. Find out more and apply. Applications close Friday, 20th July.
Clinician (part time) - Bravehearts
Bravehearts is seeking a Registered Psychologist or Mental Health Accredited Clinician to join the team at Strathpine. Reporting to the National Therapeutic Services Manager, this role provides counselling with adults, children, young people and their families who have experienced, or may be at risk of child sexual assault. This part-time role is for three days per week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. Find out more and apply. Applications close Friday, 20th July.
Practice Supervisor - Bravehearts
Bravehearts is seeking a full time Practice Supervisor to join the team. Reporting to the National Therapeutic Services Manager, this role provides supervision, debriefing, self-care and professional development of the team across the three locations, Arundel, Springwood and Strathpine. Find out more and apply. Applications close Friday, 20th July.
Team Leader, Lotus Place - Micah Projects
Micah is seeking a full time Team Leader to join the Lotus Place program. This position is classified under SCHADS Award at a Level 7. Find out more and apply. Applications close Monday, 30th July.
Office Manager - Amovita International
Amovita is seeking a full time Office Manager to support the effective and efficient operations across Amovita's business and service areas. The role provides a diverse and interesting range of day to day operations of the organisation and focuses on training, client support services, accounts and finance processes and other associated administration processes. Find out more and apply. Applications close Friday, 3rd August.
Psychologist, Social Worker, Counsellor (nationwide) - Amovita International
Amovita is seeking qualified and experienced contract EAP professionals for the Workplace Employee Support Service (WESS), including Psychologists, Social Workers and Counsellors for a number of Australia-wide EAP contracts (including metro, regional, rural and remote). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals are encouraged to apply. Find out more and apply. Applications close Friday, 3rd August.