WJN currently has one employment opportunity for an experienced Mentor Program Worker to join our team.
About the opportunity:
Mentoring Program Worker
6 Month full time contract
The Mentoring Program Worker will coordinate and deliver the WJN Mentoring Program to women who have or are involved in the criminal justice system. You will be required to maintain a current case load of 20 – 30 women.
These women will have children in the out-of-home care system and are seeking to re-establish and/or regain custody of their children. This will involve working closing with Family and Community Services, Out-of-Home Care agencies, community parenting programs and other community supports.
The responsibilities of the position include: ensuring that the Mentoring Program is able to provide women with holistic social support; including the management of the Mentoring program, collection, collation and recording of client data; supervision of mentoring relationships; on-going professional development and group supervision for mentors through monthly meetings.; and the recruitment/training of young women and volunteer’s mentors
Applications are to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 17 May 2018.