Case Support Worker - Intensive Family Services About BDAC BDAC is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, and provides a range of specialist services for clients based primarily in the Dja Dja Wurrung including Health and Wellbeing services, Family and Community Services and Corporate services. The Position The Case Support Worker will provide support and assistance the practitioners with their delivery of case management within the Integrated Family Services team. The worker will assist the practitioners in conducting, visits, transports and administrative tasks within the program whilst supporting vulnerable children, young people and families within the Loddon Campaspe and Dja Dja Wurrung region. What We Are Offering Competitive Salary (based on skills and experience) 12 month contact (possibility to extend) Full Time, 38 Hours per week Access to Salary Packaging 10% Superannuation Key Responsibilities Respond to requests for support as appropriate in collaboration with practitioners Support practitioners to provide supports to families in a timely and efficient manner, Provide administrative support to the Integrated Family Services team Participate in case conferences as a support mechanism for planning and decision making, Keep accurate and complete records of your work activities in accordance with legislative requirements and relevant policies, Establish and maintain healthy working relationships with service providers, case managers, families and children. About You •Understanding of the Children’s, Youth and Families Act 2005.•Experience within the Children Youth and Families sector•Knowledge of child and adolescent development and strategies for working with vulnerable children, young people and their families.•Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal Culture and the ACCHO environment.•Understanding of self-care and resilience when working with children and families in crisis and who have experienced trauma.•Demonstrated skill in building strong professional relationships with children and families.•Ability to prepare plans, letters, emails and reports using clear, concise and grammatically correct language. Ensure written communications contain necessary information to achieve their purpose.•Computer skills, Ability to use a range of software and IT based reporting systems Mandatory Education • Minimum Cert III in Community Services discipline or equivalent (or currently studying in the sector) and must be willing to obtain further study in Diploma of Community Services How to Apply If this role sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, then please apply by providing your CV, and a cover letter entailing how you suit the role to [email protected] by the application closing date, by 5pm on July 1st. Mandatory Requirements Should an applicant be the preferred candidate, background checks (Police check, reference check and Working with Children's Check) will be completed prior to the candidate’s employment being confirmed. You must also be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to work at BDAC. For more information about this position please contact our human resources team on (03) 5442 4947, or email [email protected].