SHS Team leader- Kempsey  CLOSING DATE: 9:00am Friday 10th February The Opportunity:We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, driven, and passionate Team Leader who is experienced in leading, supervising and developing a passionate team of Case Workers. The team Provide support to women and children across Kempsey. This is a Full-Time role until 30th June 2024 (Maximum-Term Contract)Why Work for us?Our teams are the heart of what we do here at Newcastle Anglican. As a part of the team, you have access to the following great benefits:Parental leave (14 weeks)Salary packaging options (up to $611/fortnight)Career and development opportunitiesAccess to over 300+ gyms with Fitness PassportFree access to our corporate Employee Assistance ProgramYou work for us, but we also want to work for you! Is there something important to you we have missed? Let’s talk about it!The primary focus being:Women with or without children at imminent risk of homelessness are identified and supported to remain safely in their existing housing, or to secure stable housingWomen with or without children who are homeless are rapidly and safely re-housedWomen with or without children who are in crisis are provided with safe and secure accommodation and supported to access stable housingWomen with or without children who are re-housed after becoming homeless are supported to stay housed.Women with or without children are supported to navigate and access domestic and family violence supports services. About you?Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology, or a related welfare discipline and/or extensive background in homelessness service delivery.Effective leadership skills, including a proven ability in team building and providing supervision to staff.Thorough and contemporary understanding of early interventions for women with or without children facing homelessness, including complex risk factors (drug and alcohol interventions, mental health special care, domestic violence).Experience working with a wide range of mainstream and specialist services including disability, domestic violence, drug and alcohol, mental health and corrections.Demonstrated capacity to utilise person centred and strengths based approaches in overseeing case management, models of assessment and early intervention.Working knowledge of rapid re-housing strategies and an understanding of property risk management.Experience working in a refuge and with clients at risk of homelessness.Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with people from a wide range of socio-economic, professional and cultural backgrounds.Valid NSW Working With Children Check (WWCC) and NDIS Worker Screening Check, Drivers Licence & First Aid Certificate Who we are? The Anglican Diocese of Newcastle (Newcastle Anglican) is the overarching body for some well-known Hunter and Central Coast organisations – Anglican Care, Samaritans, Newcastle Anglican Schools Corporation and Anglican parishes working primarily in the Hunter and Central Coast regions of New South Wales.For more information visit or email Meg  Remuneration: Social, Community, Home Case and Disability Service Award 2010- Level 6So, what are you waiting for? Apply now! AUD Kempsey 2440