Njernda’s purpose is to deliver community controlled, holistic services and programs which improve the physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual wellbeing of the Aboriginal Community of Echuca and surrounding areas.
Ø information and Referral to other services;
Ø financial assistance;
· Work as a team member in conjunction with Family Services, health and administrative staff.
· Support other team members in their work.
· Attend and participate in Family Services Unit staff meetings, general staff meetings and health planning team meetings.
· Represent the organization and/or community in forums outside the agency (e.g. at court, on panels, on committees etc.).
· Participate in ongoing training and development.
· Ensure the confidentiality of client information at all times.
· Maintain appropriate data and program and client records.
· In consultation with the programs and services manager, monitor and evaluate program delivery.
· Partake in regular supervision and professional development as required and directed.
· Act, at all times, in a professional manner in accordance with the policies and practices of the Corporation.
· Other duties as directed.
To be eligible for an interview, all applications must address the key selection criteria and include a current resume
The successful applicant will be required to undergo satisfactory pre-employment checks, including providing at least two professional referees, completion of a medical declaration, Police Records Check, Working With Children Check, Victorian Driver’s License, and proof of identify and qualifications