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If you would like to join Holdsworth, please check the list of available positions below. In instances where listings do not appear this means we do not have staff vacancies at present but please check back regularly.

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Jobs

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About the Opportunity

Holdsworth believes in a community where all people have the support and services that they need to maintain an independent, healthy and fulfilling life.

Holdsworth is looking for a dynamic and positive person to develop and expand our range of services to young families in Eastern Sydney. Key responsibilities include:

  • Supervising the day-to-day operation of our well established Playgroup;
  • Identifying and responding to the needs of families with young children through new and existing programs, and in collaboration with partner agencies where appropriate;
  • Providing advice and referral on parenting issues;
  • Supervising staff and volunteers; and
  • Participating in service planning, monitoring and evaluation.

About You

  • Experience working with children and families including those with special needs;
  • A commitment to promoting positive parenting, excellent oral and written communication skills;
  • Demonstrated project management skills and experience;
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a team; and
  • Tertiary qualifications in Child Care, Child Health, Social Work or other relevant discipline.

Application

If you want a rewarding role, then apply now to join us and make a real difference to people from all walks of life. Holdsworth celebrates diversity and welcomes applications from everybody.

The Job Description can be found here.

For further information and to apply, contact Simon Wise, HR Development Officer, simon.wise@holdsworth.org.au or 02 9302 3600.

About the Opportunity

Holdsworth is delivering more personalised supports to our community members through our Local Team structure. By working closely with participants in and around their home, staff can connect them with activities and people in their own neighbourhood. Our Local Teams support people as people, whether they are older, or living with a disability. The structure also offers a fulfilling work opportunity through closer relationships with participants, autonomy in decision making and better work / life balance.

We are looking for a passionate and motivated Local Team Project Officer to support our growing Local Team in Randwick.

We are currently recruiting for a full-time, fixed contract position until 30 June 2021. Join us now, as we establish this exciting new initiative!

About You

  • Strong desire to work in partnership with people to generate meaningful outcomes with a strong commitment to a person-centred approach;
  • Sound knowledge of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS);
  • Demonstrated strong time management skills including prioritisation of competing tasks;
  • Excellent communication skills and demonstrated ability to work effectively with community members, staff and other agencies;
  • Computer literacy, word processing and database competencies;
  • A current, Class C Driver’s Licence and own comprehensively insured vehicle; and
  • Tertiary qualifications in social work, disabilities, nursing, community services or similar will be advantageous.

Application

If you want a rewarding role, then apply now to join us and make a real difference to people from all walks of life. Holdsworth celebrates diversity and welcomes applications from everybody.

The Job Description can be found here.

For further information and to apply, contact Simon Wise, HR Development Officer, simon.wise@holdsworth.org.au or 02 9302 3600.

About the Opportunity

We currently have a rewarding opportunity for multiple Casual Support Workers to work in our Local Teams across South-East Sydney. This position is focused on delivering personalised and individual supports for people in the community who are older, live with a disability or carers. Shift times can vary in length from between 2-7 hours (Monday – Saturday).

About You

To be successful for this position, we are looking for individuals who are able to demonstrate the below:

  • Ability to interact positively with participants, their carers, families and the wider local community.
  • Ability to work as part of a dynamic team;
  • Confident to work individually with participants;
  • Passionate about supporting people in their local community;
  • Ideally 6 months’ experience within a similar role.

Application

If you are seeking an exciting challenge that will further develop your expertise and career, we want to hear from you.

The Job Description can be found here.

For further information please contact Simon Wise, HR Development Officer on 02 9302 3600 or email simon.wise@holdsworth.org.au

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