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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

Disability Program Leader – coordinate and lead our Disability Services Team

  • Part Time –  30.4 hours per week (4 days)
  • Based in North Hobart with travel to HCM sites in the Hobart region
  • Excellent employee benefits – 5 weeks’ annual leave (pro rata)
  • Supportive and professional development culture

Hobart City Mission’s (HCM) 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 a permanent part-time opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated people leader to lead, guide and develop a group of Supported Living Team Leaders (SIL & Community). By leading and coaching staff, encouraging a positive team environment with a focus on positive participant outcomes you help to ensure our NDIS participants can live as independently as possible.

This role will be responsible for the following:

  • Ensure Supported Living Team Leaders and Disability Support Workers provide direct care and support using a trauma-informed approach
  • Mentor, coach and lead Team Leaders
  • Participate in recruitment, onboarding and site inductions for new staff
  • Communicate professionally with families, guardians and service providers to achieve goals
  • Monitor and review reports and case notes to ensure compliance obligations are met

To be successful, you will demonstrate the following: 

  • Certificate IV / Diploma in Disability/Individual Support (Essential) or other relevant qualification and experience
  • Relevant experience, passion and positive attitude towards working with people with a disability.
  • Excellent understanding of the NDIS environment including compliance regulations
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and coach a team under pressure
  • Personal resilience along with passion and purpose
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Current Driver’s Licence and own transport (preferred)

Your dedication and hard work will be rewarded with:

  • Generous salary packaging benefits (increase your net salary by legally reducing the tax you pay!)
  • 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.

Additional information about the role can be found in the Position Description on the Hobart City Mission website or by calling Sophie or Matt on 03 6215 4200.

If you are a great people leader but don’t quite meet all the criteria above, we welcome you to submit an application anyway!

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 submitted via Seek or emailed to careers@hobartcitymission.org.au and clearly marked Disability Program Leader

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 Monday 3rd October at 10am.

School Chaplain

  • Fixed Term Position for Term 4 (until December 2022)
  • 22 hours per week 
  • Potential contract renewal in 2023 of 5 hours per week subject to funding
  • 5 Weeks Annual Leave (pro-rata)

Hobart City Mission brings 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. 

Our School Chaplains provide pastoral care services and strategies that support the emotional wellbeing of the broader school community. The School Chaplain is coordinated by Hobart City Mission but works closely under the guidance of the senior school staff at Moonah Primary School.

You will be responsible for the following:

  • Assist school counsellors and wellbeing staff in the delivery of student welfare services
  • Build positive relationships and support members of the School Community at risk or facing hardship or trauma through the provision of friendship, counselling and pastoral care
  • Promote an understanding of diversity and a range of cultures and their related traditions
  • Provide students, their families and staff with support and/or appropriate referrals, in difficult situations such as during times of grief or when students are facing personal or emotional challenges

To be successful, you will demonstrate the following: 

  • Certificate 4 in Youth Work, Pastoral Care, or equivalent qualification as determined by the Department of Education
  • An understanding of the theory and practice of pastoral care in a school context
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build positive relationships with school community (teachers, children, parents, government department), HCM managers, and other key stakeholders 

Your dedication and commitment are rewarded in:

  • Pride that your work will positively impact the lives of our families
  • Generous salary packaging benefits & annual leave entitlements
  • A friendly/supportive/professional development work environment

More information about the role can be found in the Position Description available on Hobart City Mission’s website. 

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) highlighting your suitability for the role and a resume.  Applications should be made via Seek or emailed to careers@hobartcitymission.org.au and clearly marked School Chaplain.

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

If you’d like more information about the role or the application process, take a look at the Position Description on our website or call Bob Walker on 03 6215 4200.

Applications close 10am, Tuesday 20th September 2022.

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