Youth Worker – Student Wellbeing

Job Description

The role of Youth Worker – Student Wellbeing (YWSW) is responsible for individual casework utilising the Outcomes Star™ Framework. In this role, you will work under the supervision of a Senior Youth Worker – Student Wellbeing to provide support to youth in their academic endeavours contributing to a rich education experience in a caring environment.  Also, the YWSW plays an important role encouraging the spiritual and cultural development of young people and ensuring that the social and emotional environments within the school are positive, respectful and calm.

What do I need for the role?

  • Certificate IV in Teacher Aide, Youth Work or similar relevant discipline
  • Experience in providing Youth Work, education and support services to marginalised young people.
  • Ability to manage problematic behaviour of youth at risk, including physical intervention and de-escalation techniques.
  • Possession of a valid LR Driver’s Licence or willing to obtain (Drive the School mini bus).
  • Current senior First aid certificate and CPR Certificate

The benefits of joining the Carinity team

  • Access to extensive not-for-profit salary packaging options.
  • Be part of a value driven organisation, with a culture of caring for others.
  • Ongoing training and development to reach your full potential.

Location: Carinity Education – Rockhampton
Carinity Education - Rockhampton is an independent special assistance school providing expert, coordinated support and educational opportunity to secondary school aged young people disenfranchised from mainstream schools for Grades 7 through to year 12 students.

The school is made up of two campuses. The senior school (Grade 9-12) is located at 46 Dawson Road Glenlee, and the junior school (Grade 7 and 8) is located at 16 School Street Mt Chalmers. 
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How do I apply?
Carinity is after motivated and enthusiastic candidates who are committed to working with Carinity to make a real difference! If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you!

To submit your application, click “Apply”, applications should include a brief cover letter and resume that addresses the Essential Competencies and Experiences. When clicking apply, you will be redirected to Carinity’s website, which will contain more information on Carinity and this position, including the Position Description.

For further information please contact Carinity Education - Rockhampton on (07) 4936 3741 only during business hours.

Carinity actively encourages and invites applications from people with disabilities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.