SOCIAL WORKER – GRADE 2
Opportunity to work in a multi disciplinary team, providing a range of direct practice services to adult clients.
- Part-time 0.6 EFT
- Attractive salary packaging
- Culture that supports work-life balance
SCHS is a dynamic organisation promoting health, wellbeing and independence in a social model of health to support the prevention and management of illness, disease and injury. Influencing the agenda for health policy, providing access and equity to health services for our community and encouraging innovation and flexibility to ensure services match community need is a priority.
We are seeking applications from an experienced Social Worker who enjoys working as part of a team where directly impacting the lives of clients in a positive manner is a daily occurrence. You will join our Adaptive Health team, providing direct practice to a diverse range of adult clients.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Julie Munro, Program Manager Allied Health on 0455 603 396.
SCHS offers attractive salary packaging, full orientation, professional development and a highly supportive culture and friendly work environment.
This vacancy will remain open until filled.
PLEASE NOTE: SCHS is committed to the application of the Child Safe Standards. All positions are subject to thorough credentialing and safety screening prior to commencing employment. This includes reference checks and National Police Check for all SCHS employees. Any prospective employee who has resided and worked overseas in the past 10 years for a continuous period of 12 months or more will be required to undergo an International Criminal History Check. Where applicable, employees may also be required to hold a current Working With Children check issued in the state of Victoria and have a current NDIS Clearance (NDIS Worker Screening Check).
For more information on the NDIS Worker Screening Check, please click here.
Department of Health Guidelines for Immunisation of Health Care Workers require all staff to demonstrate immunity to specific preventable diseases. As part of the recruitment process, the preferred applicant is required to provide evidence of immunisation (and/or serology) to confirm they are protected from risk.