Categories: Clinical Supervisor/Co-ordinator
Every day you will feel pride in having made a difference to someone.
About the role
BaptistCare Counselling and Family is currently seeking a part time Clinical Supervisor/Co-ordinator to join our team based in Campbelltown. This role is in collaboration with the Group Manager, Clinical Development Unit, to provide clinical supervision in accordance with policies as outlined by BaptistCare; and, to co-ordinate case work related activities, policies, and forms.
At BaptistCare, we empower our staff by offering flexible working hours, a supportive team, training opportunities and financial benefits including salary packaging and stability working for an industry-leading provider.
You can have working hours that fit your schedule.
You can receive financial benefits like salary packaging (fringe benefits).
You can help some of Australia’s most marginalised communities.
The successful applicant will possess Tertiary qualifications and extensive experience in the field of counselling and/or case work. You will have experience in providing clinical supervision, and you’ll have excellent interpersonal, written and communication skills. You have a demonstrated commitment to social justice outcomes. You will be willing to undergo a police check and have a valid WWCC. You hold a current driver’s license and must be willing to travel.
We love what we do and the communities we help. With us you can deliver life transforming care, create a career you’ll love, and join a team who make a difference.
We’re a not-for-profit organisation that connects with families, communities and thousands of individuals. You may know us for our aged care services -- we also give back to the community through domestic violence prevention initiatives, affordable housing, and offering no-interest loans to the disadvantaged.
If you would like to be considered for this role please attach a cover letter with a copy of your resume to Kathryn Key on KKey@baptistcare.org.au
27 February 2020
Successful applications will be subject to a police background check.