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Community Development and Support Worker - Marymead (Applications Close: 1 September 2021)
24th August 2021

Job Type
Part Time
22.8 hrs per week

Marymead are excited to soon be commencing our Revival Program which will deliver services in the Eurobodalla Local Government Area to strengthen community and build social cohesion and wellbeing. Revival will be delivered in consultation with the Eurobodalla community and we are now searching for a Community Development and Support Worker to support the establishment and ongoing delivery of the Revival program across Eurobodalla.

This newly created position will deliver a range of services to strengthen the wellbeing of the community including the delivery of groups including social, cultural, physical health and well-being activities, reflecting the diversity of the community and its needs. The position will also work with families and individuals in an integrated model of child and family services to build parenting self-care and relationship skills. This position is a part time (3 days / week) contract until June 2022 . Please apply via the Marymead employment page on our website (copy and paste the link below into your browser). Please submit your current CV and a one-page expression of interest outlining your suitability for the position in a single document by COB 1 September 2021.

Application Link:

Skill Required

The ideal candidate for this position will possess:
• Experience working with and engaging with local communities or designing and leading groups. Experience working within a community development framework would be advantageous.
• Tertiary qualifications in community development, community services, youth, mental health, education or related fields are desirable however are not essential
• Demonstrated stakeholder management skills with strong communication skills
• NSW Working with Children Check (or ability to obtain)

To apply for this job, please contact us by sending us an email to [email protected] or calling us an on 0437 482 193