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Team Leader - Long Term Care

NT Government Department of Territory Families, Housing and Communities - Darwin, NT

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin


Professional 3 - Remuneration Package Range $122,773 - $137,307 (including salary $106,568 – $119,351)
Plus $10,657 Market Allowance
Greater Darwin Region, Long Term Care
Fixed to 9/09/2021

  • Lead and supervise a team of professional child protection practitioners.
  • Deliver statutory and non-statutory welfare services.
  • Make an impact on the lives of children and families in Greater Darwin.

Are you an experienced Child Protection Practitioner looking for an opportunity to step up into a team leader’s role? If so we would love to hear from you.

Territory Families, Housing and Communities works with families, individuals and stakeholders to create stronger communities where children experience safe, healthy and happy childhoods, women and men from all cultural and linguistic backgrounds have equal opportunities, and senior Territorians are appreciated and respected. 

As a Team Leader, you will lead and supervise a team of professional staff in the delivery of statutory and non-statutory welfare services to vulnerable children, families and groups residing in Greater Darwin. This involves undertaking statutory responsibilities and exercising delegations under the Care and Protection of Children Act, and ensuring the accurate and timely recording of information on the client information and case management systems.

To be successful, you require an Australian tertiary qualification, eligibility for membership of a relevant professional body; sound understanding of the principles and functions of supervising staff in the delivery of statutory and non-statutory welfare services, and extensive experience in conducting strength bases assessments, developing and delivering effective interventions and applying best practice principles. A strong understanding of Aboriginal culture, family and community structures and the ability to work in a culturally safe manner is essential.

In return, you will be offered support to grow and develop your career, excellent progression opportunities, competitive salary, a generous market allowance and the opportunity to make a positive difference to the lives of children and their families.

For a confidential discussion please contact: Wayne Pearson on 
08 8999 4893 or [email protected]

Quote vacancy number: 12039
Closing date: 16/06/2021

Applications should address the Selection Criteria. For a copy of the Job Description and to apply online please visit www.jobs.nt.gov.au

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