We are often on the lookout for passionate individuals to join our team and help make a difference to the people and communities we walk alongside.

Why Join Weave?

Weave is a dynamic, well respected non-profit organisation with over 40 years experience working with the community and providing quality programs and services that really make a difference in people’s lives.

 

Employee benefits include:

  • Excellent pay and employment conditions including paid shut down period at Christmas time, paid study leave, access to clinical supervision and a strong commitment to staff professional development.
  • Opportunity to work alongside a dedicated, experienced, professional staff team who bring genuine passion and commitment to their work.

 

Some words Weave staff use to describe working at Weave:

Dynamic, creative, passionate, innovative, inclusive, accessible, respectful, authentic, flexible, reliable, consistent, genuine, engaging, transparent.

Current Opportunities

Speak Out Program Caseworker/Counsellor

Seeking a part-time Speak Out Caseworker/Counsellor provides intensive wrap-around casework, counselling, practical assistance, information and referral, education advice and support services to young people aged 12 to 28 years experiencing challenges with their mental health and AOD use.

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Intake and Referral Officer/Receptionist

Seeking a part-time Intake and Referral Officer/Receptionist, a key role in our organisation, who is responsible for managing the Referral and Intake process, managing the reception and general office environment, and for providing administrative and operational support as required.

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Operations Manager

Seeking a part-time Operations Manager responsible for ensuring the smooth day to day running of all aspects of the operations of Weave across all sites.

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Child, Youth and Family Caseworker

Seeking a part-time Child, Youth and Family Caseworker to provide individual and family casework support to families with children aged 0 - 12 years and young people aged 12 - 17 years residing in the Woolloomooloo, Kings Cross and Darlinghurst areas.

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