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Senior Case Manager


Southern Region; Community Corrections; Community Corrections & Specialist Operations; Roma

Community Corrections staff aim to protect the community and reduce re-offending by supervising offenders in the community in which they live and encourage offenders to adopt more pro-social attitudes and behaviours.

The Senior Case Manager ensures a high level of community safety through the case management of offenders within the community in accordance with their assessed risk and need and maintains high standards of offender assessment practices that facilitate effective supervision and improve reintegration and rehabilitation of high-risk sexual and violent offenders.

This position is based in a regional location, accommodation and entitlements provided through Remote Area Incentive Scheme (RAIS) could apply for eligible applicants.

Information about the position, duties and responsibilities of the role is available in the attached job description.

Job details

Position status Fixed Term Temporary
Position type Flexible full-time
Occupational group Community Care
Classification PO3
Workplace Location Darling Downs - Maranoa
Job ad reference QLD/564599/24
Closing date 28-May-2024
Job duration 6 months with possible extension
Contact person Jessica Towns
Contact details Phone: 45921602
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The essential requirements for this role are:

- Able to demonstrate experience working within a legislative framework that underpins a core service delivery area.
- Able to work self-sufficiently and be confident in your own professional discretion, reasoning, judgement and decision making skills prior to seeking management validation.
- Able to demonstrate previous experiences of fostering a new relationship and receiving positive reinforcement in return to demonstrate the relationship was well developed.
- Communicate professionally and engages with respect with colleagues, offenders, management and stakeholders. Experience in working collaboratively with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
- Ability to embrace diversity and maximise the whole range of skills and differences available within the workforce.

Qualifications, professional registration, conditions and other requirements:

- Possession of a degree relevant for the human services or criminology fields such as Law, Justice, Humanities, Psychology, Social Sciences, Social Welfare, Health, Education, Business and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
- Individuals employed on a permanent or temporary basis will be required to complete Certificate IV in Correctional Practice (Community). All activities and assessments associated with the Certificate IV are to be completed within 12 months of commencing their employment, and certification achieved within 18 months.
- The incumbent may be required to travel on official business and the possession of a C class licence is required and will be mandatory in specific locations where it is identified as essential by the hiring panel.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

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Last updated
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