Update day: 28-09-2023
Job type: Full Time
The role of the Team Coordinator is to work in consultation with specialist staff to oversee the day-to-day operations of the outpost hub.
Dept Children Youth Justice & Multicultural Affairs / Bundaberg
Permanent full time
Salary in the range of $100,156 to $107,722 per annum excluding superannuation.
• Coordinate the development, delivery and review of individual and group programs to address the criminogenic and support needs of young people in accordance with relevant legislative provisions, strategic priorities, statutory delegations, departmental policies, procedures and contemporary best practice.
• Provide supervision to staff in the use of evidenced based skills and processes associated with reductions in re-offending (including use of the case management framework, use of risk assessment tool, and providing targeted interventions including collaborative problem solving, pro-social modelling, cognitive techniques, and restorative justice).
• Ensure consistent out posted youth justice operations through the development of information sharing within a multi-disciplinary environment.
• Allocate, prioritise and perform tasks in accordance with departmental procedures and statutory, financial and administrative delegations.
• Maintain knowledge of contemporary trends, practices, funding initiatives and service delivery options to ensure the delivery of best practice youth justice programs and services.
• Oversee the suicide risk management process in the youth justice service centre.
• Promote an accountable, fair and safe work environment.
• Ensure effective management of human, financial and physical resources, within a culture of client service, continuous improvement and innovation, ensuring performance outcomes are achieved to a high standard.
• Participate as a member of the youth justice service centre management team and contribute to strategic and operational planning, reviews and key decision-making.
• Provide ongoing recruitment, selection, professional development and culturally appropriate supervision and leadership to staff.
• Contribute to a departmental culture that ensures sensitive and effective communication with people from other cultures including people from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander backgrounds as well as an appreciation of cultural protocols and an awareness of the impacts of historical policies and practices.
For further information about this position and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au.
Job Ad Reference: QLD/391633/21
Closing Date: Friday, 12 November 2021
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