Associate Clinical Coordinator

Formed in 1917, the Queen Elizabeth Centre (QEC) is Victoria's largest provider of residential, community and home-based parenting services, for families with children aged from birth until 4 years of age. QEC’s vision is for children to get the best start in life.

QEC employs a skilled, multidisciplinary workforce who work in a child-centered, strengths-based partnership approach, by building genuine and respectful partnerships with parents/carers, in order to work towards achieving improved outcomes for children and their families.

QEC provides a range of programs, varying in duration, intensity and location (residential, home and community) Programs at QEC are research informed, evidence based and individually tailored to meet the unique needs of each family.

We have an exciting opportunity for an Associate Clinical Coordinator to join our team in Wodonga on a part time basis (0.8 FTE).  

The Associate Clinical Coordinator will provide support with home visits to families, contributing to a multidisciplinary team, ensuring a holistic approach to assessment, intervention and support of children and families.

The Associate Clinical Coordinator will also liaise with case workers to gather information to triage referrals with a view to commencement of the program.

This role is a great opportunity for an experienced person in the field of early parenting to join QEC in this unique and rewarding role.

To be considered for this role you will have:

Minimum Diploma level tertiary qualification in community services, welfare/social work, nursing or early childhood education required

Experience working with vulnerable families with young children

Up to date knowledge of family and child health, development, parenting, attachment and understanding of issues that impact upon Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

Ability to work in partnership with parents/carers to enhance parenting capacity.

Ability to make decisions regarding case direction and risk management in consultation with the team

Understanding of Government policy, legislation and guidelines (including Best Interest Framework)

Demonstrated experience in preparing reports and analysing data

A current drivers license

Up to date Immunisation status, satisfactory Police Check and Working with Children Check. 

In return you will be offered an attractive salary, use of company vehicle, salary packaging options, excellent training from an experienced and supportive team.

For a detailed position description including selection criteria, please see below.

Apply via Seek providing a cover letter and resume outlining educational and employment background

For further information please contact Annie Milner, People and Culture on 03 9549 2773 or Helen Millar NMR Area Manager on 0409 014 855.

Appointment is subject to up-to-date Immunisation status, satisfactory Police Check and Working with Children Check. 

QEC employees are required to comply with the Victorian Public Sector Code of Conduct and the Victorian Child Safe Standards.

QEC promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce.