Vacancy ID# 2290268224
Winun Ngari Employment Services are seeking a Field Officer to supervise "Work for the Dole" Activity. Assist and support Clients to increase their long-term employment goals. Must be organised, meet deadlines, committed to working safely and encouraged and motivate "Work for the Dole" participants. Start: ASAP.
Eligibility: obtain or hold a current Working with Children's Check, National Police Clearance, Drivers Licence and must be able to pass a drug and alcohol test.
To Apply: submit a cover letter outlining your skills and experience, along with current resume. Job description available upon request.
CLOSING DATE: TBA
Any queries regarding this position, please contact
Mellissa Kitching, (08) 9191 2569 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply please contact Winun Ngari Employment Service: I Phone: 91912569
I Email: email@example.com
POSITION TITLE: (Senior) Field Officer
AWARD: Labour Market Assistance Industry Award 2010
JOB TYPE: (Full-time) Part-time; Permanent
JOB LEVEL: Training & Placement Officer Grade 1
REPORTS TO: Project Officer
To engage Clients in meaningful CDP activities to build capacity and skills for future employment opportunities, recording attendance and investigating non-attendance collaboratively with dedicated Clients Officer.
Participate in conducting CDP activities in assigned communities, including Work for the Dole projects acting as a role model;
Supervise, guide and mentor Clientss engaged in CDP activities including Work for the Dole projects;
Support and motivate Clientss to attend identified CDP activities including Work for the Dole projects, training and appointments;
Engage with the local community to deliver Clients services that are culturally, socially, and environmentally appropriate;
Deliver feedback to Area Manager on CDP activities including Work for the Dole projects;
Identify training opportunities to address Clients competency gaps and employment needs;
Ensure WHS policies and guidelines are being met and raise WHS incident reports;
Process daily time sheets and ensure daily Clients attendance is accurately accounted for in CDP activities in assigned communities, including Work for the Dole projects;
Assist in conducting non-attendance investigation in collaboration with Clients Officer and
Investigate and perform follow up actions to determine reason(s) for non-attendance;
Ensure Clientss are issued with protective equipment (where required), uniforms, and equipment which is fit for purpose;
Ensure service tools and equipment are locked and secured daily.
Proactively raise WHS issues, collate incident reports and ensure WHS matters are considered at regular meetings.
Executing and supervising projects
+1 year work on community
Demonstrates a basic knowledge of the CDP contract, contractual requirements, policies and programme guidelines in relation to CDP activities;
Understands and respects the cultural, social and economic factors that affect Aboriginal communities;
Project Management intermediate.
Basic literacy and numeracy skills (CERT II level)
Works with transparency, honesty, openness and respect towards Clients and colleagues; Displays professionalism when working for Winun Ngari with Clientss and external stakeholders; Shows a positive attitude & language towards Clientss, colleagues and external stakeholders
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
PPR KP/ 2 WfD Attendance (and valid non-attendance)
Timesheets for respective Activities timely submitted
PPR KP/ 4 High-quality activities
Evidence which demonstrates the quality of activities activity descriptions, reports, media articles, receipts, photographs
Working With Children Check National Police Check
Pre-employment Drug & Alcohol Test