Join our Weave Woolloomooloo team and work within a dynamic, well-respected, place-based NGO with 48 years experience.

  • Are you passionate about social justice?
  • Do you want to make a difference? 
  • Join our diverse and passionate team in a dynamic and supportive organisation
  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply

About Weave Youth & Community Services

Weave Youth & Community Services is a place-based community organisation located on unceded Gadigal and Bidjigal Land in Sydney, that has been delivering a range of programs, supports and services developed with and for the community for 48 years. 

Weave’s purpose is to empower people to change their lives, and healing and connection is at the centre of our work. Weave supports children, young people, women and families who are impacted by systemic disadvantage and intergenerational trauma. Around 70% of those we support across Weave are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. As a non-Aboriginal controlled organisation, Weave is strongly committed to walking alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their ongoing fight for justice and self-determination. 

Our work at every level is guided by our Aboriginal Healing Framework.

About the role:

The Programs Leads manage, support, supervise and develop Weave’s Program Managers across programs and sites and provide oversight, support and guidance for program operations and service delivery across Weave.

About Weave Woolloomooloo

Located on Gadigal Land in the heart of Woolloomooloo, Weave Woolloomooloo (WW) is a vibrant, welcoming and safe space for young people and families with children under 12 years. Weave Woolloomooloo provides case management  and creative and innovative youth-led projects, events and groups that meet the needs of young people and build capacity and cohesion in the local community.

About the role

The TEI Caseworker provides intensive wrap-around case management for families with children aged 0-12 years and young people aged 12 – 25 years predominantly from the Woolloomooloo, Darlinghurst and Kings Cross area. Case Management includes but is not limited to, therapeutic and practical assistance, housing support, AOD and mental health support, information and referral, education assistance, access to support services, activities, groups, projects and events. 

The role is part time (3 or 4 days per week/21 or 28 hours per week) Tuesday to Friday each week. 

View the Position Description

Interested in joining us? We’d love to hear from you. 

  • Read the Position Description available here.
  • Send us your up to date resume and a document responding to each of the selection criteria (listed in the Position Description), and outlining how you meet them.
  • Please send these documents to Patricia Vasquez, HR Manager via email:

Closing Date: midnight Sunday 23 June 2024

*Please Note: In order for us to properly assess your application, we require both your resume and a document addressing each of the selection criteria. You can phone Kat on 0410 177 718 to discuss or for further information about the role.