Weave Justice project
Creating Futures Part Time Caseworker (4 days per week)

  • Work with a dynamic and well respected NGO with 40 years experience working with the community

  • Help reduce the over representation of Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system.

  • Work as part of a team of caseworkers, counsellors and project workers

  • Enjoy a culture where your ideas and ways of working are valued and given space to be implemented.

Developing relevant networks and providing comprehensive, holistic, intensive client-centred casework support to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders a genuine chance at creating a future that does not involve the criminal justice system.

Provision of pre and post release support, court support and advocacy for mainly Aboriginal offenders in the City of Sydney LGA.

Also responsible for leading the development and facilitation of skills development courses, mentoring projects etc. that give Creating Futures clients meaningful ways to engage in community and connect to culture.

You will feel highly supported through regular supervision, access to peer review, opportunities for training and development and a friendly and experienced team around you.

Strong casework and project work experience with young people with complex issues is required and experience working with Aboriginal young people and communities will be highly valued (more than 65% of clients of the program are Aboriginal).

Classification for this position is SCHADS Award Level 4 Paypoint 1-4 depending on qualifications and experience. Hourly rate range: $34.12 - $36.81 plus significant salary packaging benefits. 

How to Apply

**Applications including a current Resume and a document specifically responding to and outlining how you meet each of the Selection Criteria (List of criteria included in the Job Description Document), should be emailed to Patricia Vasquez at recruitment@weave.org.au. Please note applications with a completed selection criteria can be assessed.


Phone Melissa Merritt on 9318 0539 if you want further information or need to request the Job Description document.

Closing Date for applications is midnight on Thursday 14 September 2017.





Weave works with young people, children, women and families in the heart of Sydney.