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Work With Us

At Hobart City Mission we pride ourselves on being a welcoming, diverse and encouraging organisation, which is only possible through our great team. We have paid roles in a range of areas, including administration, community care, program coordination, retail, counselling and disability services.

Vacant Employee Positions

26TEN Community Coordinator

  • Fixed Term, Full Time position: 18-month contract (with possible extension)
  • Excellent employee benefits – 5 weeks’ annual leave
  • Supportive and professional development culture

Hobart City Mission’s vision is to create compassionate, resilient and connected local communities.  We bring together people who want to give to and support those most in need in our local community, through the provision of client focused, holistic and innovative programs and services.

We have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and professional ‘people person’ to join our HCM team on a fixed term basis as a 26TEN Community Coordinator. You will be responsible for delivering a community designed and led project that supports adults in the Clarence Plains area to lift their literacy and numeracy skills. You will have an understanding of adult literacy and numeracy and the associated issues, with the ability to understand and apply the Australian Core Skills Framework. Reporting to a supportive manager you will take responsibility for the following:

  • Support community members to participate in the program by building strong relationships and trust
  • Build, develop and maintain connections with credibility within the Clarence Plains area with community members and other key stakeholders
  • Provide encouragement, assistance and supervision to community members in their recreation and leisure activities to promote physical and social participation in community life
  • Promote the value of Language, Literacy and Numeracy and lifelong learning
  • Promote the 26TEN grants and program amongst local businesses, clubs and organisations to increase network membership
  • Establish effective project governance, processes and systems

The successful candidates will demonstrate the following:

  • Tertiary qualification in a related field with 2 years relevant experience
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Excellent time management and organisation skills
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office products (Word/Excel/Outlook)
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, building positive relationships with community members, other services and across the organisation
  • High level planning, project management, report writing and evaluation skills
  • Full driving licence and own transport (preferred)

Your dedication and hard work will be rewarded with:

  • Pride that your work will positively impact the lives of our clients
  • Generous salary packaging benefits
  • A friendly/supportive/professional development work environment

HCM actively promotes diversity and inclusion in recruitment and employment. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQI and people with a disability.

Applications MUST include a cover letter (1 Page), resume and completed selection criteria, (no more than 200 words per criteria), which can be found in the Position Description available on Hobart City Mission’s website.  Applications should be emailed to careers@hobartcitymission.org.au and clearly marked 26TEN Community Coordinator

The successful applicant must have a National Police Certificate (no older than 6 months), a current Working with Vulnerable People Registration (employment category).

Applications close Monday 26th July 2021 at 10am.

Disability Support Worker

Hobart City Mission’s vision is to create compassionate, resilient and connected local communities.  We bring together people who want to give to and support those most in need in our local community, through the provision of client focused, holistic and innovative programs and services.

We have opportunities for enthusiastic and motivated disability support workers to work in our SIL houses and in the community with our participants. You will be responsible for the provision of high-quality support and care, enhancing individual needs and participant’s independence, community participation and quality of life. You must be flexible in your availability as we need to cover early morning, late afternoon and overnight sleep over shifts. In order for us to provide consistent support to our participants, we are looking for individuals who can commit to working multiple shifts per week. 

To be successful, you will demonstrate the following: 

  • Current Medication Endorsement (Essential)
  • Current Level 2 Senior First Aid (Essential)
  • Certificate III in Disability/Individual Support (Essential)
  • Availability to work overnight sleep over shifts (Essential)
  • Completed NDIS Worker Orientation Module (or ability to attain)
  • Personal resilience along with passion and purpose
  • Demonstrated care and compassion to work with our clients
  • Excellent communication skills to work with our clients to achieve their goals/outcomes
  • Competent IT skills, with ability to use APPS, Databases, write reports and attend online ZOOM meetings as required
  • Current Driver’s License and own transport (preferred) 

Your dedication and hard work will be rewarded with:

  • Generous salary packaging benefits (casual with a view to permanent part time opportunities)
  • A friendly and supportive work environment, focused on your career/personal development
  • Knowledge that your work will have a positive impact on the lives of those who need your compassionate support.

More information about the position can be found by going to https://hobartcitymission.org.au/work-with-us/ and downloading the Position Description.

HCM actively promotes diversity and inclusion in recruitment and employment. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQI and people with a disability.

Applications MUST include a cover letter (1 Page), resume and completed selection criteria (no more than 200 words per criteria), which can be found in the Position Description available on Hobart City Mission’s website. Applications should be emailed to careers@hobartcitymission.org.au and clearly marked DSW Application.

The successful applicant must have a National Police Certificate (no older than 6 months) and a current Working with Vulnerable People Registration (employment category).

Applications close Thursday 5th August at 10am

Housing Connect Case Manager

  • Full Time – New Town based with travel to other HCM sites & client locations
  • Excellent employee benefits – 5 weeks’ annual leave
  • Supportive and professional development culture

Hobart City Mission’s vision is to create compassionate, resilient and connected local communities.  We bring together people who want to give to and support those most in need in our local community, through the provision of client focused, holistic and innovative programs and services.

We have an exciting opportunity for a professional person to join our HCM team as a Housing Connect Support worker. You will be responsible for providing housing support, case coordination and case management support. Reporting to the program manager you are responsible for a case load of Housing Connect clients. You will give support to those experiencing or at risk of homelessness through advocating, assisting with housing options and referrals to other services. You will be persistent, resilient, assertive, approachable and passionate about achieving positive client outcomes.

Reporting to a supportive manager, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Provide case planning, case management and solutions focused counselling for people experiencing barriers to accessing and maintaining accommodation
  • Build and maintain positive supportive professional relationships with clients.
  • Provide relevant information, referrals and advocacy to, and on behalf of, your clients and their families to assist them to move through the program into housing
  • Connect clients/families to other general and specialist support services (explaining what those services will offer them.)
  • Work closely with clients to develop strength-based case plans that meet their individual needs
  • Maintain effective/clear and concise case notes on the database (SHIP)
  • Comply with all relevant legislation, privacy/confidentiality policies, codes of practice/conduct and mandatory reporting requirements
  • Establish productive and supportive relationships with colleagues and management, working closely to achieve a consistent service to clients

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • Relevant degree/diploma in community services
  • Relevant experience in the homeless/community services area
  • Excellent understanding of key issues affecting the homeless community
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, building positive relationships with staff, managers and key community and government stakeholders
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent time management and organization skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Advanced computer literacy/online technology experience
  • Full driving licence and own transport (preferred)

Your dedication and hard work will be rewarded with:

  • Pride that your work will positively impact the lives of our clients
  • Generous salary packaging benefits
  • A friendly/supportive/professional development work environment

Additional information about the role can be found in the Position Description on the Hobart City Mission website. If you have any further questions, please call Bob Walker on 03 6215 4200.

HCM actively promotes diversity and inclusion in recruitment and employment. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQI and people with a disability.

 

Applications MUST include a cover letter (1 Page), resume and completed selection criteria, (no more than 200 words per criteria), which can be found in the Position Description available on Hobart City Mission’s website.  Applications should be emailed to careers@hobartcitymission.org.au and clearly marked Housing Connect Case Manager.

The successful applicant must have a National Police Certificate (no older than 6 months) and a current Working with Vulnerable People Registration (employment category).

Applications close Friday 6th August, 2021 at 10am.

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