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February

Wellbeing Officer

William Angliss Institute - Melbourne, VIC

Education, Childcare & Training
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JOB DESCRIPTION

William Angliss Institute is the Government endorsed specialist training provider for the foods, tourism, hospitality and events industries and is recognised as Australia's leading provider of training for these key industry sectors. The Institute aims to provide excellent education and training services for industry, students and government in Victoria, Australia and internationally.

We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate and experienced individual to join the Wellbeing and Counselling Services team to support students in a welfare setting. The position is a full-time (38 hours per week) Monday to Friday on a Fixed Term Contract until 31 December 2021. As the successful applicant, you will enjoy a range of staff benefits including Rostered Day Off, discount Myki and student products, etc.

Your responsibilities but not limited to:
Being the first point of contact for welfare issues such as financial hardship and crisis support.
Promote wellbeing and a ‘strengths approach’ across the William Angliss Institute (WAI) community to fit into the services strategic direction.
Provide early identification and intervention of potentially disruptive lifestyle and mental health issues.
Provide initial triage assessment that would assist ongoing case management, advocacy, orientation and transition support,
Provide referral to community agencies, and other WAI services including collaboration with Counsellors if required.

You will need to have:
Minimum Bachelor degree in Social or Youth Work, or Psychology, Counselling and relevant professional registration.
Minimum 2 years demonstrated experience in delivery of direct client services in a welfare setting.
Highly developed interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills with the ability to establish rapport and work collaboratively with a range of students, staff and the wider community.
Understanding of best-practice approaches for crisis response, prevention and early intervention strategies.
Understanding of diversity and equity issues relating to the tertiary students in an educational community

Please note: A current National Police Check and Working with Children Check is required for this role prior to commencement.

Applications close 19 February 2021

How to Apply

Click on the "Apply for this job" link and submit the following documentation as part of your application:

cover letter;
resume; and
a separate document addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria (KSC)

Please note that only applications that address the KSC located on page 4 and 5 of the position description, will be eligible for consideration.

For assistance applying online phone (03) 9606 2310.

For enquires regarding this role, please contact Paul Kloppenborg, Manager, Learning and Information Services, on (03) 9606 2235 or paul.kloppenborg@angliss.edu.au

William Angliss Institute is a Child Safe organisation and the successful candidate will be required to submit an appropriate Working with Children Check card and National Police Check prior to commencement of employment. The Institute is fully supportive of the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. Applications from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

A full list of other employment opportunities with William Angliss Institute can be found at http://www.angliss.edu.au/about/employment-at-angliss

Melbourne, VIC

Education, Childcare & Training




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