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- Friday, 26th July 2019 -

These are the words and sentiments heavily featured in the flood of responses received to the headline article published in last week’s edition of eNews – the word SHOCKED being the most commonly used. Click here to read the comments posted by the Child Safety Department’s Director-General, Mr Michael Hogan, and several other executive and senior officers of his department; executive and senior representatives of some (but not yet enough!) non-government organisations and other peak bodies; and by many other individuals, some named and some anonymously. Their comments are powerfully stated and eloquent.

As you read through the comments, your attention is drawn to a posted message that, I think, is the most poignant of those received. It came from an Aboriginal man who, unlike most others, wrote after reading the mixed bag of conference feedback, “It doesn’t come as any big shock.” To contemplate the significance of that statement is what should lead us all towards even greater levels of shock and despair.

Despite this man’s reaction, he graciously concludes his comment by saying, “But thank you for providing truths and some strong initiatives from mainstream and our mob.”  For this man to be able to display this level of generosity in thanking us after having read many of the offensive comments posing as conference feedback is remarkable. There is an understated dignity and beauty in his words that serve as an incredible contrast to the ugly bigotry that pervades the words contained within some of the conference feedback.

Click here to read all the comments received so far and then add your own.

Calls mount for federal government to support Newstart raise

The federal Labor Opposition this week formally endorsed an increase to Newstart alongside an immediate Parliamentary Inquiry to consider the new rate. This means Labor will vote against a Greens bill to increase the payment by $150 a fortnight on the grounds that the review should come first to decide the appropriate rate. PeakCare supports the media release issued by Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) following this announcement, reiterating its call for the federal government to reconsider its position on not raising the payment rate. ACOSS Acting CEO Jacqueline Phillips noted that "it has been 25 years since an increase to Newstart in real terms", and that both the Coalition and the Opposition must agree to a raise of at least $75 per week to make the payment liveable. Read the ACOSS media release, or consider writing to your government MP and voicing your support for the payment raise.

Queensland government launches new five-year plan

This week the Queensland government released Supporting Families Changing Futures 2019-23 - The Queensland Government’s plan for helping Queensland children, young people, parents and families experiencing vulnerability – a five year strategy for the final stage of the decade-long child and family reform program. The strategy is centred around wellbeing outcomes – Safe, Secure and Stable; Healthy; Learning, Earning and Developing and Participating, Belonging and Identity. Key focus areas include: promoting a whole-of-government approach to helping families; increasing the reach and effectiveness of family support services; enhancing cross-agency responses; reducing the disproportionate representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in the child protection system; increasing types of care; and strengthening support for carers and kin. Read more about the plan on the government's website.

Queensland Kinship Care Forum - you are invited

You are invited to the Queensland Kinship Care Forum being hosted by PeakCare along with the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP), CREATE Foundation and Queensland Foster and Kinship Care (QFKC) on Monday, 2nd September. Keynote speakers at the Forum include Dr Lucy Peak, Chief Executive of Grandparents Plus, a national charity in England and Wales supporting both formal and informal kinship carers; and Meredith Kiraly, psychologist and Research Fellow in the Social Work Department at the University of Melbourne, whose specialty research area is kinship care. This forum is for kinship (relatives or extended family) carers both where legal orders providing authority to care for a child exist or other informal family arrangements are in place, and government and non-government practitioners, policy makers and academics. Kinship carers attend free of charge. Find out more and register.

Updates on Queensland Child Protection Week

Queensland Child Protection Week (QCPW) is fast approaching - the resource page for QCPW has information about this year’s campaign, QCPW events and resources to download as well as registration to attend the Annual Awards Ceremony at Parliament House on Thursday, 29th August - view the invitation or RSVP to the Awards Ceremony by 23rd August.

North Queensland Moonsoon Trough funding now available

Grants of up to $150,000 each are now available to help Far North Queensland and North Queensland communities recover from the 2019 Monsoon Trough. Queensland-based community groups, local councils, non-government organisations, peak and industry groups, and research bodies delivering in or to monsoon-impacted local government areas from Aurukun to Yarrabah can apply for the grants to support events, activities and programs that drive community recovery activities, increase awareness and build local resilience. Find out more about which communities are eligible and how to apply.

New project for parents funded by Department of Education and delivered by CRU

Community Resource Unit Ltd (CRU) has recently launched a new project, Families for Inclusive Education, which has received funding from Queensland’s Department of Education (DoE) to build the knowledge and capacity of parents of students with disability. The project aims to support families to be clear, informed, confident and connected so that they can work as respected and valued partners with their child’s school. As part of the project, CRU will: deliver two complementary workshops in each of 15 locations across Queensland; develop and disseminate resources; host webinars; foster peer support networks and offer training to peer leaders; and provide information and individual consultations to families and others who support the education of students with disability. DoE has also offered financial support for families who live regionally to attend a workshop at a close or convenient location. To apply for the financial support, contact CRU.

Nominations now open for 2019 QATSICPP Awards

The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP) is hosting the 2019 Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Awards Night and nominations are now open for a Community Controlled organisation or person that has excelled in one of four award categories: Practice Excellence - demonstrating best practice in their direct service delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and/or families; Cultural Leadership - demonstrating outstanding cultural leadership and mentoring within the workplace and/or community; Youth Advocacy - best outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people through strong advocacy skills; Innovation within the Sector - innovation within the sector to achieve best outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people. The winners will be announced at the Awards Night Dinner on Friday, 13th September at the Queensland Cricketers Club, 411 Vulture Street, Woolloongabba QLD 4102 for a 6pm arrival. Find out more and reserve a ticket.


Consultation draft on AIATSIS guidelines for ethical research

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Code for Ethical Conduct in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research (Code) is being revised - a consultation draft was launched earlier this month for public submissions ending Wednesday, 31st July. The purpose of the Code is to promote ethical and responsible practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research in Australia, to increase the contribution of Indigenous knowledge to Australian research, to ensure research has a positive impact for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and to improve the quality and standards of research in this area. Find out more and lodge a submission.

NDIS service providers - have your say

Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA) is working with a team of researchers on a research project that needs to engage with NDIS service providers for interviews and focus groups. You can read an overview of the project here. The research will involve face-to-face interviews throughout Queensland. To participate, email with your name, contact number, region where your services are provided and whether you identify as an employee, employer, or sole trader.

Working parents - have your say

Parents@Work have launched the first national working families survey encouraging parents and carers across Australia to provide feedback on how workplaces could be made more family-friendly and gender equal. The survey covers a wide range of important issues directly relevant for working families including parental leave support, flexible work needs, child care and overal challenges experiencing when managing employment and caring demands. The survey can be completed online.

Grants now available

A range of Brisbane City Council community grants are now available. From 1st July, Brisbane City Council will be contacting community organisations through the new Community Grants Register. You will need to sign up to the register to receive information for future community grants openings. Open grants include Community Development and Capacity Building Grants, Building Stronger Communities Grants, Community Support Funding, Health and Physical Activity Grants, and more. Applications close by early September. The Queensland government's Looking After Country grants, previously known as the Land and Sea Grants, are now open. These grants support First Nations peoples in their work to protect Country. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Councils, Indigenous Corporations, Traditional Owner groups, and organisations applying on behalf of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants, are eligible to apply for activities that promote and preserve cultural heritage. Applications close 5pm Friday, 9th August. Find out more and apply.

Innovation and collaboration for a sustainable future - Workforce Summit

Community Services Industry Alliance's (CSIA) Workforce Summit on Wednesday, 7th August at QUT Gardens Point will explore how the community services industry, government and leaders can work together to develop strategies and deliver better workforce solutions. The themes and topics of the event are designed to help build a sustainable community services organisations, and to meet the changes and challenges facing the industry. Find out more and register to attend.

Women and homelessness annual forum

Meet and interact with peers and colleagues to share and discuss your challenges and experiences, forge new connections and grow your support nework in the community and homelessness sector at the 11th Annual Lady Musgrave Trust Women and Homelessness forum. Held at Queensland Multicultural Centre at Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, on Wednesday, 7th August, the forum will bring together experts to provide relevant advice and updates on issues, provide a platform for improved collaboration on issues, and share new ideas that can be leveraged to improve the lives of the women that have become or are about to become homeless. Keynote speakers include Madonna King - accomplished journalist and author; Dr Paula Barrett - internationally recognised, groundbreaking researcher in the field of psychology and resilience; Dr Ruth Knight - Post Doctoral Research Fellow, The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, QUT Business School; and Kim Richards MP - Member for Redlands, Queensland Parliament. Find out more and register to attend.

Reminder - Free online training for practitioners

The Institute of Child Protection Studies (ICPS) has recently developed the Keeping Kids Central program - a free online training resource designed for practitioners who come into contact with children and young people affected by domestic violence. The training is especially suitable for those working in targeted, specialist and mainstream services who encounter families affected by the complex factors that are associated with family violence. Find out more about the training and how to register.

Reminder - Port Douglas holiday prize up for grabs

Your next fundraiser could include the prize of a Port Douglas holiday for up to 6 people. The donated prize could be won by any charity that engages Ezybidz Fundraising Solutions premium services by Wednesday, 31st July for any events in 2019. The lucky charity will be able to use this prize for their upcoming fundraising efforts. The holiday package features 3 full bedroom suites, private plunge pool, and private golf buggy provided for the entire day, plus a fully equipped kitchen, wide screen TV, internet, BBQ facilities, sauna, private concierge, and access to resort pool. Enquire now by emailing and mention the Australian Charity Guide e-Newsletter, to be in the running for this amazing donated prize.

Leanne’s Gift is a triumph over adversity to offer a personal gift to parents and a contribution to the child protection system

Leanne Claussen describes herself as a mother of 6 children with 10 years of lived experience in the Queensland child protection system. From her experiences, she has developed Leanne’s Gift, a self-help book, an information pack and so much more, for parents who are going through the complexities she experienced. Through these substantial offerings, painstakingly written and devised, Leanne talks about many pertinent issues including: what happens when the Department of Child Safety staff remove children from their parent/s and home; what is needed when writing an affidavit; and coping with the reality of very limited time spent with your children. Read more.

If you know of a program, group or organisation that should be In the Spotlight, contact Lorraine Dupree.

"An exercise in careful diplomacy" - unpacking discussions around substance use and domestic and family violence

Unpacking the relationship between substance use (alcohol and other drugs - AOD) and domestic and family (DFV) violence requires attention to differences not only in language use and research traditions in research, but also practical notions of accountability across different sectors. In this free-access journal article, Dr Sophie Yates, UNSW, contends that substance abuse affects DFV in gendered ways, and that more attention should be paid to this intersection to understand how AOD affects the perpetration and experience of DFV. 

This article will be useful to practitioners seeking to understand the sensitivities and contested notions of accountability surrounding AOD discussions in situations of DFV, and will assist in navigating these sensitivities to deliver better outcomes for those affected by DFV. Access the article.

Each week, PeakCare publishes a ‘Thumbs Up’ and/or a ‘Thumbs Down’ about matters that have come to our attention and draw either our commendation or condemnation. If there are matters that you think are worthy of one or other of these acknowledgements, email and we will consider publishing them.

Thumbs up to everyone who stands up to racism in whatever ugly form it takes, who don’t let the chance pass them by when opportunities present themselves to confront and challenge this destructive and evil force. Thumbs up to all non-Indigenous people who stand by and with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander colleagues and friends and who refuse to tolerate them being discriminated against and disparaged. Thumbs up to all who have posted a response to this blog. Thumbs up to you for taking the time to display the courage of your convictions and helping to make these messages ring out loud and clear.

Working with dissociation to facilitate recovery in clients who have suffered complex trauma
Brisbane - Friday, 9th August

Presented by Australian Association of Social Workers

Social workers work in a wide range of setting and roles from community work to counselling and therapeutic roles. In social work setting social workers come across some of the most marginalised people of our society. Many of these people have experienced trauma in their lives, particularly complex ongoing trauma which has seriously affected their ability to find their way in life and leaves them at time with very distressing symptoms. To have an understanding of dissociation and how it presents and can be supported to be integrated is key to social work whatever the role. Even when we are not in counselling positions having an understanding of this will help in being client centred and inform the responses we make to clients. Find out more and register.


A Therapeutic Treasure Box 
Brisbane - Thursday, 15th to Friday, 16th August

Presented by Compass Seminars

This is a two-day workshop exploring creative and expressive tools for working with relational and developmental trauma. This creative and multi-faceted workshop will explore some of the therapeutic qualities required to support children, adolescents, and adults who have and are experiencing relational and developmental trauma. Following this, a range of expressive, multi-sensory, and practical tools for working more effectively with this client group will be presented. Including focusing on areas such as multi-layered safety, emotional regulation, and resilience. Practical case studies will be discussed; as well as links to how some of these tools can be applied to oneself to prioritise self-care. Find out more and register.

Child Safe Organisations
Jimboomba - Saturday, 17th August
Presented by NAPCAN

The National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN) is again delivering two free child protection workshops around Queensland. The first of these workshops is Child Safe Organisations is a workshop that is critical to assist organisations to develop child friendly and safe practice embedded within organisational culture, moving beyond safety to demonstrate a commitment to children and young people's wellbeing. A following session will be held in Rockhampton on Friday, 30th August. The second workshop, Mandatory Reporting & Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, is for everyone who works or volunteers with children and young people and their families and is subject to mandatory reporting requirements. Upcoming sessions will be held in Rockhampton on Friday, 30th and Saturday, 31st August. Find out more and register for either workshop throughout Queensland.

No Scaredy Cats
Brisbane - Monday, 19th August
Presented by Parentshop

This workshop is based on three underlying perspectives: first, by having an understanding of how anxiety develops parents can counter its progress, second, parents can take a preventative role in the development of anxiety problems, third, there are practical steps parents can take to build resilience. The lesson framework includes an overall theory of parenting that can assist parents to manage children’s worries; coverage of how some misguided policies are making parents and children more anxious; and biological information about the brain, including how the pre-frontal middle cortex and the amygdala operate, and where fear and anxiety originates. Find out more and register.

Tuning In to Acting Out: Responding to the behaviours and needs of young people
Brisbane - Thursday, 22nd August
Presented by Encompass Family and Community

This advanced workshop assumes that participants have a working knowledge of the impacts of disrupted attachment, trauma and loss upon young people in care or disengaged from family. We know that these issues underpin the often challenging behaviour of these young people. But how best to respond? This workshop takes a very practical approach to applying this theoretical knowledge in everyday work with troubled young people. It considers effective behaviour guidance, staying safe when behaviour is extreme, and responding to behavioural crises in ways which apply the evidence about ‘what works’ in addressing the underlying causes of the behaviour. Find out more and register

Queensland Kinship Care Forum
Brisbane - Monday, 2nd September
Presented by PeakCareQueensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP), CREATE Foundation and Queensland Foster and Kinship Care (QFKC)

You are invited to the Queensland Kinship Care Forum. Keynote speakers at the Forum include Dr Lucy Peak, Chief Executive of Grandparents Plus, a national charity in England and Wales supporting both formal and informal kinship carers; and Meredith Kiraly, psychologist and Research Fellow in the Social Work Department at the University of Melbourne, whose specialty research area is kinship care. This forum is for kinship (relatives or extended family) carers, both where legal orders providing authority to care for a child exist or other informal family arrangements are in place, and government and non-government practitioners, policy makers and academics. Kinship carers attend free of charge. Find out more and register.


Queensland Child Protection Week Dinner
 Brisbane - Friday, 6th September
Presented by Queensland Child Protection Week Committee

The annual Queensland Child Protection Week Dinner will be held at the Grand Ballroom of The Greek Club, 29 Edmonstone St, South Brisbane. The Annual Child Protection Week Dinner celebrates the dedication and commitment of those working within the child protection industry. The Hon. Dianne Farmer, Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence will feature as a guest speaker, as well as a CREATE Young Consultant. Kay McGrath will MC, with live entertainment from sisterMISTER. Purchase your ticket now.


Voices in Action Conference 2019
Melbourne - Thursday, 14th to Saturday, 16th November
Presented by CREATE Foundation

95% of previous attendees either agreed or strongly agreed that the ideas shared at the event would help improve the out-of-home care system. The 2019 Voices in Action Conference will provide an in-depth exploration of three key issues identified by children and young people with a care experience as fundamental to improving the out-of-home care system, with the wisdom of lived experience. The discussion will focus on: how to include young voices in decision making processes; how to support and improve outcomes for young people transitioning from care; and the need to improve complaints processes for children and young people. The conference format will feature a daily keynote address from inspirational thought leaders in the care system, followed by a series of interactive, workshop style sessions focused on applying the insights of young people, carers and professionals to some of the key issues facing our sector. Carers, professionals and sector leaders must attend for a fresh grassroots approach to garnering insight into what works in out-of-home care. New speakers have been added to the program and discounted early-bird registration rates are available before 1st August, so be quick to secure your place at this game-changing conference and elevate the voices of children and young people in care. Find out more and register.

Working effectively with parents of young children at risk
Webinar - Wednesday, 31st July

This webinar by ARACY will explore findings from a three-year, multi-state study of effective practices. Data were collected through services including home visiting, specialist clinics, play groups and integrated community-based centres addressing a range of early childhood concerns (feeding, sleep and settling, aggressive behaviour, etc.). Findings reveal essential ingredients of impactful partnership, pathways through which professional expertise is put to effective use, and features of innovation and agile practice that take everyday work into frontier territory. These have important implications for interactions with families, reflective practice, and management. Find out more and register.

Tenancy Skills Institute Official Launch Gold Coast
Brisbane - Wednesday, 31st July

The Tenancy Skills Institute offers free tools to improve access to accommodation for prospective tenants, increase property management efficiencies and boost the bottom line by producing the best rental tenants. The Institute's approach is to work with community members, individuals and the real estate industry to create better housing options and outcomes for people in Queensland. The Tenancy Skills Institute will be launched at the Gold Coast with a free information session. Find out more and register.

Young Pregnant & Parenting Network Symposium - Engaging pregnant and parenting young people
Maroochydore - Thursday, 8th to Friday, 9th August

Di Farmer, Queensland State Minister for Child Safety, Youth & Women will open the Australian Young Pregnant & Parenting Network Symposium, with headline speaker, Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner. Keynote speakers include Professor Ian Hay, Macquarie University; Dr Angelique Howell and Dr Deb Lynch, University of Queensland; and Tiara Ruua and Joanne Furminger, Institute of Urban Indigenous Health. Breakout panels will include young parents - graduates from STEMM like Emily and Amanda - will tell us what worked for them, and school principals and policymakers will tell us what can be done. Child minding will be available onsite. Find out more and register.

Micah Moonlight Dinner Dance
Brisbane - Friday, 23rd August

The 16th annual Micah Moonlight Dinner Dance will be held at the Plaza Ballroom, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. It is a night of glamour and excitement, delicious food and elegant attire, and in true Micah Projects fashion, it is also a night where socially created barriers are toppled and all members of the Brisbane community can come together to enjoy each other’s company. Purchase your ticket now to avoid disappointment - the Dinner Dance has sold out every year for the past six years!

Working with refugees
Brisbane - Wednesday, 11th September

Multicultural Development Australia will deliver this one-day workshop full of practical skills to enhance the services you provide to people from refugee backgrounds within the welfare and services sector. This program addresses service delivery challenges including: understanding and communicating with clients from diverse refugee backgrounds; responding appropriately to needs specific to people from refugee backgrounds; helping people from refugee backgrounds regain their independence, and more. Find out more and register.

QCOSS State Conference 2019
Caloundra - Thursday, 12th to Friday, 13th September 

The QCOSS State Conference 2019 will have the theme Leading change together, building on conversations had in the time since the Movement for change conference last year. Register to ensure you are part of the conversation about: rebooting the system (structural change); being in service (sector change), and starting a revolution (community change). An exciting list of speakers has already been announced, including keynote speaker Stan Grant, Indigenous Affairs Editor for the ABC and multi-award winning journalist; Caterina Giorgi, Founder and Managing Director of For Purpose; David Moody, Acting Chief Executive Officer of National Disability Services; Scott McDougall, Commissioner of the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland; David Ritter, Chief Executive Officer of Greenpeace Australia, and many more. Find out more details about the program or secure your ticket now to avoid missing out.

Home Stretch Symposium
Sydney - Tuesday, 27th to  Wednesday, 28th August

Join friends and colleagues for this monumental event - the first ever Australian symposium on extending care to 21 years. The Home Stretch Symposium will bring together policy developers, stakeholders and implementers to explore and discuss the challenges and complexities associated with introducing the policy of extending care to 21 years. These discussions will be informed by international and national experts in this policy area. The packed two-day program will cover topics including: what extending care to 21 means for young people and carers, different models being used nationally and internationally, the challenges, enablers and experience of implementation, and policy progress in extending care by governments in Australia. Find out more and register.


2019 Foster and Kinship Care Conference
Perth - Thursday, 5th to Saturday, 7th September

The 2019 National Foster and Kinship Care Conference is open to all foster and kinship carers nationally and is being held at the Rendezvous Hotel, Perth. The conference aims to provide an exciting and nurturing learning environment, acknowledging, inspiring and promoting personal and professional connections in the fostering sector and will present a unique opportunity to learn from, and alongside, family and general foster carers. The conference will have a strong focus on elevating the voice of the carer, both as an individual and a collective group. Find out more and register.

Policy and Advocacy 2-Day Intensive
Townsville - Wednesday, 16th to Thursday, 17th October

This 2-Day Intensive workshop by For Purpose will provide for purpose professionals with the opportunity to work alongside like-minded individuals to develop the critical skills required to navigate the policy development process and make change happen. Participants will learn how to to develop tailored advocacy strategies for their organisations with innovative tactics to achieve your desired policy outcomes. The workshop has been developed for people working in the not-for-profit of for purpose sector. It is for anyone seeking to influence government, particularly people working in policy, advocacy, government relations and communication roles. Find out more and register.

Introduction to the Anti-Discrimination Act
Brisbane - Wednesday, 23rd October

The Anti Discrimination Commission is now known as the Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC). The QHRC will be offering training sessions around Queensland's new Human Rights Act, including in Brisbane. The Introduction to Anti-Discrimination Act training course provides a basic introduction to the key elements of anti-discrimination law in Queensland. No previous knowledge is needed. Find out more about the training. Sessions are available in other cities throughout the state.

ACOSS National Conference 2019
Canberra - Tuesday, 26th to Wednesday, 27th November

Early bird tickets are now available for the ACOSS National Conference 2019: Harnessing Community through Effective Action. The Conference will focus on a number of cross-cutting themes, including: how can we harness the power of local community action to influence national policy debates? How should we speak about poverty and inequality to galvanise action, while empowering those who are excluded? How do we bridge the divide between urban and rural communities to deliver better policy outcomes for all? Register before Wednesday, 31st July to secure your place at a discounted rate! Find out more and register.

AIFS 2020 Conference
Melbourne - Tuesday, 9th to Friday, 12th June 2020

The AIFS 2020 Conference will ask the important question: What makes for a ‘good life’? This seemingly simple question has dogged philosophers, economists, legislators and leaders through the ages. The Conference will explore the idea of a good life for families in the face of rapid social and technological change, at different stages of our lives, and in the context of service delivery and institutional organisation. The Conference is currently accepting presentations, roundtable sessions or symposia on a diverse range of issues affecting family wellbeing across six subcategories. Submissions can be made online until Monday, 21st October. Sponsorship opportunities are also available from $1,000 to suit all budgets. Find out more in the Sponsorship Prospectus.

Visit our Events page for further opportunities in the sector.

Coordinator, Practice Governance - Centacare

Centacare Family & Relationship Services is seeking a full time (37.5 hrs per week) Coordinator, Practice Governance for a 12-month contract with possibility of extension. The role reporting to the Manager of Practice Governance and Research, will provide and resource operations and regions regarding practice governance, service delivery and client risk management priorities within the framework of Centacare’s mission, values and vision. The role is classified at SCHDSIA Award Level 7. Applications close noon Tuesday, 30th July. Find out more and apply.

Child Safety Program Coordinator, Mackay - Wellways

Wellways is seeking a full time Child Safety Program Coordinator for the Mackay office. This role is responsible for the day to day performance and development of Wellways' Child Safety business within their part of the region. This includes, managing the quality of Child Safety service delivery, managing the reputation and profile of Wellways service delivery within the Child Safety program; managing the Child Safety budget and managing the Child Safety workforce. Find out more and apply.

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