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Senior Case Manager Children's Contact Services

Albury, Australia

Reference: 6540305

Permanent Full Time or Part Time by negotiation

Based in Albury

  • Flexibility! We understand the importance of work-life balance. UMFC offers flexible work options, allowing you to shape your career in a way that suits your life.
  • Values that matter! We live and breathe our values, Participation, Respect, Excellence, Justice and Honesty
  • Salary sacrificing opportunities to maximise your take-home pay and relocation assistance available by negotiation

Your path to impact starts here with UMFC as our newest Children's Contact Service (CCS) Senior Case Manager.

The Role

As our next CCS Senior Case Manager, you will bring your skills to life by working collaboratively with the Team Leader with the day to day operations of the CCS and providing coordination and support to facilitate contact service delivery. Your journey extends beyond as you take charge of comprehensive intake, screening and assessment processes, manage a waiting list as well as being a contact point for new and existing clients.

Join us on a remarkable career move, immersing yourself in a thriving organisation guided by a profound mission—to strengthen families and individuals, ultimately building vibrant and resilient communities.

To find out more about the day-to-day operations click here to view the PD.

Your Experience

To be eligible for this role a tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Law, Social Sciences, or related fields, including Community Services is required.

You will be a person who brings a genuine heart; your adept communication skills, both written and verbal, will be paramount, coupled with experience in case management, particularly working with families and children with complex needs.

Your hands-on experience, sound knowledge of child development and their needs, particularly about issues associated with family conflict and contact issues, and your ability to maintain positive relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders will be invaluable in this role.

If you're ready to infuse your expertise and empathy into our team, we'd love to hear from you!

For a confidential chat, contact Angela Pesavento apesavento@umfc.com.au

Ready to take the leap?

Embark on a fulfilling career journey with UMFC! Click on "Apply Now" to be directed to our careers page, where you can upload your CV/resume and address the Key Selection Criteria.

Applications will be assessed upon receipt.

All employment with UMFC is subject to and conditional upon a satisfactory Police Check and relevant 'Employee' Working with Children's Check.UMFC is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.