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March

Case Manager | Nsw Government

RANDSTAD - Parramatta, NSW

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Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

A handful of urgent roles have become available for our NSW GOVERNMENT clients out West- Assessment officers/Case managers. These roles are a combination of working from the Parramatta site and working from home.

Your role:

This position undertakes assessments and provides advice, support and education concerning contacts made to the Child Wellbeing Unit and identifying potential responses to the department and/or other organisations to children or young people at risk of harm.

You will be required to:

Contribute to the development and delivery of training concerning child protection, in particular child
protection practice, policy, systems and procedures within the Department, when required.
● Gathering information, undertaking assessments and providing consistent and high quality advice, guidance
and information to mandatory reporters with regard to students at risk of harm ensuring that the Department
of Education complies with legislative and policy obligations in the area of child protection.
● Identifying and providing advice to mandatory reporters concerning response options for students and/or
their families who are at risk of harm or in need of assistance.
● Providing advice to mandatory reporters and CWU staff regarding cultural and child protection issues and
also appropriate referral pathways for Aboriginal students and their families.
Providing timely and accurate advice to CWU management on emergent issues including systemic, complex or critical issues.
● Receiving reports of students at risk of harm from mandatory reporters, maintaining accurate records by entering appropriate and relevant information into the Child Wellbeing Unit’s (CWU) electronic client system in a timely manner.
● Working collaboratively with CWU management and customers, senior Departmental officers , community partners and other Government organisations to drive better service delivery including integrated and coordinated service systems.

To be succesful in this role- 

- over 2 years tenure in a similar role

- Relevant qualification will be highly advantages as this will support your advice and approach. 

- Available immediately and able to clear x2 ref + police check + WWCC

To apply forward your resume in word format today to rawan.shakhtour@randstad.com.au with subject: Assessment officer| Randstad.

Due to the anticipated number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contact.