Parenting and Child Case Coordinator
Full Time Position (76 fortnightly hours). Fixed Term Contract Ending 30 June 2026.
$83,275 + Super + Salary Packaging* (to increase your take home pay).
Located in Elizabeth.
You’re welcome at RASA
Our belief in the transformative power of relationships lies at the heart of everything we do.
You will be joining an inclusive, supportive and welcoming culture. Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) Values are Diversity, Respect, Belonging and Learning and this is reflected in the way we work and treat each other. Our teams embrace people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, sexual and gender identities. We understand that your relationships are important, so we believe in being flexible, where possible, to support you to balance your work and personal commitments.
Who we are looking for
The role of the Parenting and Child Case Coordinator is to provide direct services to parents and children after separation and support sustainable outcomes.
To be successful in this role you will need:
- An AQF level 7 tertiary qualification, in Psychology, Social Work, Family Therapy or Counselling
- Demonstrated experience in working with children.
- Experience in working with families in crisis or experiencing domestic violence.
- Understanding of the effects of trauma on children and adults.
It would be a bonus if you have:
- Experience in Family Law and Post Separation.
- Demonstrated experience working in Children’s Contact Services.
What you will be doing
The role of the Parenting and Child Case Coordinator is to provide direct services to parents and children after separation and whilst using Children’s Contact Services to support sustainable outcomes that best support children’s emotional, social and developmental needs. The PACCC will work collaboratively with RASA’s other post-separation, children’s counselling, relationship education and counselling services, to establish effective referral and shared case management strategies, and, as appropriate, to adopt a whole of family approach.
Conduct whole of family child-centred needs assessments, develop case plans, and deliver a range of direct client interventions including provision of information, casework, counselling and referral under general direction from senior employees.
Work within the CCS team to provide child consultation and feedback to families.
Provide skilled risk assessment based on DOORS screening and develop family risk mitigation strategies.
Provide case coordination and support to families experiencing FDV.
For more information you can read the full Position Description.
If this role is what you are looking for, we’d love to hear from you.
Enquiries: Any enquiries can be addressed to Christian Gava on 8255 3323.
Closing Date: 8am, Thursday 28 September 2023.
Relationships Australia South Australia is a Child Safe and Equal Opportunity Employer
Please note that the services provided at RASA sites mean that our employees need to follow some specific requirements:
A satisfactory DHS Working with Children Check
A satisfactory National Criminal History Check
Have had the three TGA approved and recognised COVID vaccine doses and provide the certificate. If you can’t comply, you are encouraged to have a confidential conversation with the hiring manager about your individual circumstances.
*How Salary Packaging can increase your take home pay
Salary packing is an entitlement granted by the Federal Government to workers in approved non-government and health organisations. Salary Packaging can increase your take home salary by creating tax free earnings. In effect, $15,899 of your wage can be paid tax free in each fringe benefit tax year. This 'tax free' amount is in addition to the tax-free threshold of $18,200 for income.
Follow the link to the Salary Packaging information provided by AccessPay, our chosen provider, to find out more.
Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) is a not-for-profit, secular, community organisation, helping people to overcome difficulties and bring about positive change in their lives. We offer services for families, couples and individuals of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. To find out more about RASA go to rasa.org.au.