Working at Caroline Chisholm Society

Caroline Chisholm Society provides a warm and welcoming environment for expectant and new mothers and families, and does it’s best to offer that to its staff too.

Caroline Chisholm Society offers its team a great place to learn and engage with a wide range of skills. As a small agency, we offer a professional and responsive environment that allows you to grow as a professional.

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2 x Clinical Practitioner – Children and Mothers In Mind, Goulburn Valley

Caroline Chisholm Society (CCS), in partnership with VincentCare, requires two full-time clinical practitioners (SACS Level 6) in Goulburn Valley for the exciting new project, Children and Mothers In Mind.

In this position, you will be responsible for clinical interventions that include undertaking comprehensive assessments, facilitating groups and providing mother-child counselling. This position also includes some social support in the form of case work to women and children attending the groups.

The successful candidate will have a strong knowledge of the family violence service system, proven experience working in the family violence sector, and, knowledge of the relevant family violence legislation and standards.

You will be tertiary qualified in Social Work, Psychology or a related discipline.

You will have demonstrated knowledge of and experience in the use of current theoretical approaches and best practice for working with women and children who have experienced family violence.

The Children and Mother’s in Mind Program (CMiM) is jointly provided by the Children’s Protection Society, Anglicare Victoria, Caroline Chisolm Society, Barwon CASA/Minerva, Merri Outreach Support Services, McAuley Community Support for Women, Vincent Care, and, Quantum Support Services.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new program that will support mothers and young children recover from the impacts of family violence through a 22-week program consisting of therapeutic interventions that include group work, counselling and case work.

The successful applicant will have a current Working with Children Card, undergo National and International Police Checks and a driver’s licence is also required.

You will be rewarded with a collaborative and outcomes focussed culture, career and professional development, work flexibility, staff wellbeing program, and an attractive salary in commensurate with experience.

To be considered for the role, please email your CV and responses to the key selection criteria (available on the Position Description) to the contact listed below.

CCS is a non-denominational and non-political charity that supports pregnant women and a family with young children, aged 0-5 years, and is located in Essendon, Caroline Springs and Shepparton.

Inquiries: Helen Cooney, CEO
Email: secretary@caroline.org.au

Volunteer and Welfare Programs Coordinator

Caroline Chisholm Society (CCS) requires an energetic pregnancy and family support worker to work 4 days per week and undertake our support appointments , support our volunteering and supervise the processing of new and pre-loved baby and maternity goods.

The Volunteer and Welfare Programs Coordinator (SACS Level 5) will work as part of the Pregnancy and Family Services team and is located at Essendon with some servicing to the Caroline Springs office.

The successful candidate will:

  • manage our Melbourne-based volunteer programs
  • deliver single session support for families with young children helping them to navigate the service system, and
  • report against targets and undertake program development.

To be considered for the role, please email your CV and responses to the key selection criteria (available on the Position Description) including tertiary qualifications to the contact listed below.

CCS is a non-denominational and non-political charity that supports pregnant women and a family with young children, aged 0-5 years, and is located in Essendon, Caroline Springs and Shepparton.

Inquiries: Helen Cooney, CEO
Email: secretary@caroline.org.au

Material Aid Processor

Caroline Chisholm Society (CCS) requires an energetic process worker 1-day per week to sort and clean new and pre-loved baby and maternity goods  under the guidance of our Volunteer and Welfare Program Coordinator.

The Material Aid Processor (SACS Level 2) will work as part of the Pregnancy and Family Services team and is located at Caroline Springs with some servicing to the Essendon office.

The role encompasses sorting, cleaning and repairing donated baby and maternity goods. The new and pre-loved goods include maternity wear, prams, change tables, clothes for early childhood, toys, toiletries and food. Further details are outlined in the Position Description.

To be considered for the role, please email your CV to the contact listed below.

CCS is a non-denominational and non-political charity that supports pregnant women and a family with young children, aged 0-5 years, and is located in Essendon, Caroline Springs and Shepparton.

Inquiries: Helen Cooney, CEO
Email: secretary@caroline.org.au

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