Hepatitis SA

Educator

Initial contract to 31 December 2024 at 0.6FTE.

About Hepatitis SA

Hepatitis SA is a non-profit, community-based organisation that provides information, education and support services to South Australians affected by hepatitis B and hepatitis C. This includes people with hepatitis B or C, their family and friends, and professionals who support them. We also provide hepatitis C and needle and syringe program (NSP) peer education and support services, and operate a NSP secondary site.

The Educator position at Hepatitis SA Inc, in collaboration with other members of the education team, is responsible for the provision of a viral hepatitis (hepatitis B and hepatitis C) education program to various target groups across South Australia.

Please read this information about the application carefully

Please provide a Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria (below) by giving an example about how your skills, knowledge and/or experience meet each essential criterion (and desirable criterion, as applicable).

Applications must also include a CV or resume, including two work related referees.

Applications must reach Hepatitis SA Inc by 5pm Friday 1 March 2024

Applications to be sent to:

education@hepsa.asn.au

All enquiries including obtaining a copy of the full Position Description and Application Guidelines are welcome, and should be directed to:

Jenny Grant

Education Coordinator

8362 8443

jenny@hepsa.asn.au

Kornar Winmil Yunti Aboriginal Corporation

Men’s Practitioner

About the position… 

Kumangka is a new post crisis program being delivered in collaboration with Nunga Mi:Minar to support Aboriginal families who are experiencing or have experienced family, domestic, and sexual violence (FDSV). The program will create a culturally safe service for Aboriginal families including women, men, children and young people to heal, recover and thrive.

About you…

The successful applicant will possess skills, experience, and knowledge in working with Aboriginal people to address child protection and domestic and family violence concerns. The Practitioners will operate within a therapeutic, trauma-informed and culturally responsive framework. The applicant would have demonstrated knowledge of complex case management and working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.

About applying… 

For the position descriptions, please email admin@kwy.org.au with the position description you are applying for listed as the title.  Your cover letter must address the criteria outlined in the position description.

Apply by emailing admin@kwy.org.au with you CV and cover letter. The email title must specify which position you are applying for.

Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Closing date Monday 26th of February 

Kornar Winmil Yunti Aboriginal Corporation

Administration Team Coordinator 

About the position… 

KWY is seeking a highly skilled and experienced Administration Team Coordinator. As the Administration Team Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in the smooth and efficient operation of administration across KWY, by overseeing the day-to-day operations of the administration team of 4 staff.

Responsibilities include:

  • Leading the Administration Team: Forecasting workloads and ensure necessary resources to meet company and project deliverables and assist with all facets of administration. Supporting and leading the team to achieve core business goals. Fostering a positive and collaborative work environment that encourages teamwork and professional growth. Monitor progress and performance of projects to ensure success and identify areas for improvement.
  • Oversight and understanding of core administrative duties such as maintaining HR management system, fleet management, facilities management, file management, staff travel arrangement, procedure development, meeting minutes, and records.
  • WHS: Ensure compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, and policies.
  • Finance: Assist the financial team as required, manage purchasing within the administration team.
  • Engage with internal and external stakeholders to ensure effective communication and collaboration.
  • Foster positive relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities

About applying… 

For the position descriptions, please email admin@kwy.org.au. Your cover letter must address the criteria outlined in the position description.

Click ‘Apply for this job’ to submit an application via Seek OR by emailing admin@kwy.org.au with your CV and cover letter. The email subject line must specify which position you are applying for.

Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Closing Date: Close of Business 3rd March 2024.

Sonder

Comorbidity Clinician (Alcohol & Other Drugs)

You will provide support for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities as well as older persons, families and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the Adelaide Metropolitan Region.  You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of AOD Workers, Comorbidity Clinicians, and AOD Peer Support Workers through the Partners Toward Wellbeing Consortium to deliver evidence-based interventions to assist with the management of co-occurring, or comorbid, AOD and mental health conditions.

Sonder

Peer Practitioner

As the AOD & Mental Health Peer Practitioner, you will draw from a Harm Minimisation and strengths based recovery orientated service of care and act as a role model towards wellbeing for people experiencing AOD & Mental Health challenges. In addition, you will work collaboratively with staff to deliver an integrated service to the client that supports access to coordinated care and appropriate services via supported referral pathways.

Sammy D Foundation

Mentor Roles

We are seeking Youth Mentors living in the Southern area who are passionate about making a positive impact to the lives of young people in their community.

THE ROLE OF THE YOUTH MENTOR

  • To provide three hour, weekly, 1:1 mentoring after school hours to a young person referred to the service for a 9 -12-month duration.
  • To plan and organise outcome-focused activities to engage young people during sessions, underpinned by methods of supporting young people to overcome individual social, educational and emotional barriers and to create personal development plans for the future.
  • To establish and develop a positive and engaging relationship with each young person.
  • To support young people to develop or begin to develop life skills and to accomplish goals as identified by them and their support network.
  • To provide awareness of community, educational and economic resources available to young people and their families, and how to access these resources.
  • To monitor the progress of each mentee and record a short report after each mentoring session.

MENTORS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE OR BE WILLING TO OBTAIN:

  • Current driver’s license
  • Access to a roadworthy vehicle
  • Child Safe Environment training
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • DHS working with children’s clearance
  • SMART training
  • An understanding of a broad range of current and social issues relevant to ‘at risk’, in care and marginalised young people
  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and the needs of young people

We aim provide young people referred for mentoring with matches based on a range of factors including culture, gender, interests, location and age.

We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply, or get in touch with sally@sammyd.org.au OR melissa@sammyd.org.au

For more information on Mentoring click here

Please check out this clip on YouTube to see what the program is all about.