Permanency Support Administration Officer
Applications close Friday, 2nd September 2022
Permanency Support Program Administration Officer
Location: Illawarra and Shoalhaven
Working at William Campbell Foundation is more than a job. Everyday you have the opportunity to make a positive difference for children and young people.
Program and Position Overview
William Campbell Foundation (WCF) is a not for profit Christian organisation that provides a range of services, including permanency support programs for children and young people. Additionally, WCF delivers therapeutic services to children, young people, individuals and families.
WCF is committed to child safe practices and permanency outcomes for children and young people in care to provide a positive, safe and healing experience that addresses trauma, attachment, self-regulation, culture and community needs.
We are seeking reliable and dedicated individuals to join our well established, reputable agency providing supports to children and young people in out of home care.
The primary purpose of this entry level position is to provide specific and direct administrative supports to our Permanency Support Program casework teams. Additional administrative duties will also apply and WCF have positions available in our Shoalhaven and Illawarra offices.
Key Position Responsibilities
Desirable: Qualifications in Business Administration or relevant and experience in administration and the use of relevant technology.
Communication skills and attention to detail, supported by high level organisational skills and self-motivation.
Understanding of confidentiality regarding information and documentation.
Skills in utilising a variety of IT applications and computer programs.
Current Working with Children Check, National Police Check and NDIS Worker Check.
Current Unrestricted Drivers Licence.
Access to two referees from current or previous Managers (within the last 2 - 5 years)
William Campbell Foundation is proud to be a dynamic and supportive agency, offering:
Generous remuneration with salary sacrifice options, reducing taxable income
Collaborative and committed Management and Staff
Free confidential counselling services through an Employee Assistance Program
Resources and Supports to help you achieve great outcomes for the people we work with.
An opportunity to be the difference for children, young people, families and individuals
Regular and ongoing training and upskilling to assist you in personal development
How to Apply
If this sounds like the position for you, we require;
A Cover Letter
Up to date Resume, including details of current position (if applicable)
Applications close 2nd September 2022
Applicants who meet the requirements of the position will be contacted by our HR Team to advise of the next steps.
At William Campbell Foundation, we take pride in our respectful and diverse workplace culture, which supports and creates opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for the benefit of children, young people, individuals and families and our workforce. We value the unique skills, experience and knowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people contribute to the workplace, and encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for roles within our organisation.
We are committed to being an equal opportunity employer. All applicants who meet the criteria will receive equal consideration for employment, without regard to race, age, gender, marital status, sexuality, religion, disability, age, or political opinions.
Applications are to be submitted through the link below.
Please ensure you reference the role you are applying for in the application form.
Need more information?
If you would like any further information, please contact email@example.com or phone Alicia Morris
on 1300 000 WCF
or 0448 900 932.
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