Beaumont People are currently recruiting for Case Manager for a program providing shared transitional accommodation for people with living with complex mental health, previous trauma and who may also be living with a disability.
The focus of the program is to work with participants assisting with psychosocial support needs, carrying out assessments around individual support plans, risk assessments and safety plans. You will also work in a holistic approach to proving case management services empowering participants to shrive towards goals, connect to community services and assistance to obtain permanent accommodation.
- Fixed term contract to start ASAP, until July 2021 (possible extention)
- Full time, based in Surry Hills
- Attractive hourly rate
- Supportive and collaborative workplace culture
- Ensure participants have Individual Support Plans, Risk Assessments, Safety Plans and One Page Profiles that meet quality standards and are inline with participants goals and life plans.
- Work closely as part of a multidisciplinary team to conduct regular reviews with key stakeholders and participants to monitor progress against the plan and ensure plans are responsive to and ever changing environment.
- Respond to incident notifications and develop plans to appropriately respond to emerging trends or behaviours of concern
- Complete SIL profiles and compile supporting information for submission to NDIS
- Liaise with external providers to share information, facilitate holistic care planning and support the integration of support services
To have success in this role you will be willing to hit the ground running and work
- Relevant qualification in community or human services with advanced Case Management and assessment skills
- Experience working within trauma informed, strength based practice frameworks with a understanding of the complex issues faced by people living with a mental health conditions and /or have experienced homelessness
- Build and maintain strong and respectful relationships with participants, internal and external community stakeholders.
- Have strong and effective communication skills, both written and verbal along with good computer literacy skills.
- Hold a unrestricted NSW driver's licence, Current police check, first aid certificate and NSW Driver’s license.
- Competitive hourly rate and central location
- Supportive and collaborative workplace culture.
- Opportunity to work in a challenging and rewarding role making a difference to people's lives.
If so apply today by submitting your resume along with a short cover letter expressing your interest in the role. For more information, please get in touch with Chloe Barton on 04 2616 1985 or email email@example.com
This role is advertised without a closing date, all applications will be reviewed as they are received so please send your application through A.S.A.P.