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Current opportunities to work with MFS​

Moree Family Support (MFS) is currently seeking applications for the following positions vacant within our teams:

A part-time Playgroup Worker, 22 hours per week. To provide activities to support early childhood development for children in a welcoming environment for families to network.

Applications close when the position is filled.

A Child Care Educator – Out of School Hours Care. To provide After School Care and Vacation Care activities to school-aged children from 5-12 years.

Applications close when the position is filled. 

Promote the values of Moree Family Support to provide clients with independence, participation, care, self-fulfilment and dignity. The role primarily focuses on delivering responsive and flexible prevention and early help and support services that meet the needs of children, young people, families and communities experiencing or at risk of vulnerability. The position will liaise with and coordinate support from agencies that offer relevant services to the client’s group and their families/ carer givers. The position requires a commitment to organisational values and the achievement of strategic and business objectives. Formal & informal training is available for the successful applicant.

  • Case management skills and previous experience in a similar role.
  • Demonstrated experience in Case management from a strengths-based, trauma-informed and family-focused framework.
  • Awareness of child protection issues, with the capacity to identify levels of risk requiring statutory child protection intervention.
  • Knowledge of the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998
  • Demonstrated understanding of the issues faced by young people and an ability to advocate for social justice outcomes for the communities that you represent.
  • Strong communication, customer service, negotiation and influencing skills. Including resilience, with the ability to work under competing demands.
  • Demonstrated dedication to work within professional boundaries, integrity and ethical standards.
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) individuals and communities.
  • Demonstrated experience in facilitating group work activities.
  • Successful completion of a pre-employment Medical, Working with Children Check, National Police Check and hold a valid current Driver’s Licence.
  • Flexible working options available for the right applicant.

Desirable: Community Services, Social Work, Case Management Qualification or minimum 3 years’ experience

You must have the right to live and work in Australia.

Job Type: Full-time 
Salary: $23.00–$36.00 per hour
Schedule: Monday to Friday
Work Authorisation: Australia (preferred)

For an application package or for further information about any of the positions please contact Belinda 1800 874 992.

A Working with Children Check is considered essential for all positions.

Tips for applying​

See the tips below on applying for this and any other future MFS positions.​

Preparing your application

Take the time to prepare to give yourself the best chance of success.

  1. Read the position description
    The position description describes the tasks and responsibilities of the role. It includes selection criteria which are the qualifications, skills and experience required to successfully carry out the role.
    Before you apply, read the position description to determine whether the job is right for you and if you have the right skills and experience for the role.
  2. Address the selection criteria
    A covering letter, or statement addressing the selection criteria, is your opportunity to demonstrate you meet the essential requirements of the position. Your letter should clearly state which position you are applying for and succinctly address the selection criteria listed on the last page of the position description. Your letter should be no more than three pages.
    To assist the reader, you may wish to use each of the selection criteria as a separate heading. Under each heading explain how your qualifications, skills and experience enable you to meet the specific requirements of the role. Use examples and emphasise relevant achievements.
  3. Include an up-to-date resume
    Your resume should be up-to-date and provide an overview of your work experience, educational qualifications and professional development. It is also beneficial to include skills and experience gained outside of paid employment that may be relevant to the position. Your resume must include three referees which we may contact. 
  4. Contact us if you have any questions on 1800 874 992

Working With Us

Benefits our staff enjoy

  1. Work/life balance
    We are committed to supporting our people to strike the right balance between work and personal life, and respect that family life is vital to most people’s health and happiness. We support and promote a healthy work/life balance, with many roles offering flexible hours, part-time work, job sharing, family/carer’s leave and other flexible working arrangements.
  2. Tax savings
    As a not-for-profit organisation, our employees are able to take advantage of salary sacrificing.
  3. Staff development
    We recognise professional development is important to job satisfaction and staff are presented with genuine opportunities to develop to their potential. We encourage employees to access a broad range of learning and development activities.
  4. Work Placements MFS is committed to offering work placement opportunities for those undertaking qualifications within a Community Services Field. Through the work placement program, MFS endeavours to provide meaningful placements for students undertaking a relevant course through university or TAFE to assist with the required work placement component of their qualification. MFS regularly has positions available for those who wish to undertake a work placement with MFS. All placements are arranged directly between the student, tertiary institution and MFS Operations Manager. If you are interested in applying to complete your placement with MFS, email Be******@mo****.au with the date for placement to be undertaken, the course being undertaken and your specific requirements whilst undertaking the placement. It is important that we receive your requirements as this ensures MFS is able to assist in meeting the needs of your qualification, develop the skills and knowledge in your desired career choice and to assist in easing the transition for students into the workplace.

If you have any questions pertaining to any of the above information please contact Belinda, on 1800 874 992

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