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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Youth Program Volunteer in Australia"

4 584 A$ Average monthly salary

Average salary in the last 12 months: "Youth Program Volunteer in Australia"

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The bar chart shows the change in the level of average salary of the profession Youth Program Volunteer in Australia.

Distribution of vacancy "Youth Program Volunteer" by regions Australia

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As you can see on the diagramm in Australia the most numerous number of vacancies of Youth Program Volunteer Job are opened in . In the second place is New South Wales, In the third is Queensland.

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Team Leader Community Chaplaincy Program
Mission Australia Employment Services, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
Team Leader Community Chaplaincy Program Job no: 987804 Work type: Permanent (Full Time) Location: Flexible State Location Categories: Chaplaincy Permanent full time | Travel approx. 6 weeks a year Location: Sydney NSW (other locations considered) Support Chaplains to make a meaningful difference About Us Mission Australia is a non-denominational Christian charity that has been helping vulnerable Australians move towards independence for more than 160 years. Every day we support people nationwide by combatting homelessness, assisting disadvantaged families and children, addressing mental health issues, fighting substance dependencies and much more. We are generously supported by our funders, partners and tens of thousands of everyday Australians, who make the work of our tireless volunteers and staff possible. Mission Australia is committed to keeping children and young people safe with zero tolerance of harm or abuse, and expect all our employees and volunteers to reflect this commitment. Your Opportunity In this role, you will lead the Community Chaplaincy Program (CCP) through implementing the program and developing a team of chaplains to support the spiritual health and well-being of clients through connecting them to Mission Australia (MA) services and local Christian Churches in communities we are working. Coming from a variety of Christian backgrounds, our Chaplains are here to talk and provide guidance around religious, spiritual, personal and ethical matters, individually or in groups. Your key responsibilities will be to: Support a team of 6 chaplains in Cairns, Ivanhoe, Perth, Coffs Harbour, NT and Hobart Focus on program development, including a Community Chaplaincy strategy Identify, oversee and manage the Community Chaplaincy program nationally Fulfil all reporting requirements to funding bodies, MA Executive and MA Board Consider and recommend opportunities for the provision of pastoral care Support chaplains in understanding the boundaries of appropriate support Ensure we foster a child and youth safe service environment Undertake proactive internal consultancy and networking Build effective relationships with Churches in communities Requirements for Success Experience in leading teams remotely in a national role and in Community Development Chaplaincy and delivery of pastoral care Ordained Minister, Pastor or equivalent in good standing with their denomination Relevant theological qualifications, Clinical Pastoral Education, a Certificate IV in Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy or equivalent qualifications from a recognised tertiary institution Ability to support a variety of people from different backgrounds and levels of disadvantage Skills in developing partnerships with Christian Churches that strengthen relationships Demonstrated professional approach to the role including maintaining professional boundaries and confidentiality The ability to maintain resilience and manage personal development, self-awareness and own wellness Before starting work with us, you will need to undertake a national police history check, qualifications and referee checks, and have a clearance to work with children/vulnerable people. Culture & Benefits A career with Mission Australia will offer you rewarding experiences to make a difference to the lives of Australians in need. We have an innovative and supportive culture guided by our values of compassion, integrity, respect, perseverance and celebration. To ensure our employees feel valued, empowered and celebrated we provide a range of employee benefits including: NFP salary packaging benefits reducing taxable income (details via AccessPay) Generous discounts with hotels, travel insurance and major retailers Free, confidential counselling services via our EAP Discounted health care with Medibank Private Diversity & Inclusion Mission Australia is an inclusive employer. We celebrate our diversity and strive to reflect contemporary Australian society and all the communities in which we work, in order to better serve our clients. We welcome and encourage applications from Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people, People with Disability, Sexually and Gender Diverse people, people with lived experience of adversity and from people of all ages. As such, if you require any adjustments to submit your application, we invite you to get in touch via email talentattractionmissionaustralia.com.au. Next Steps To be considered for this opportunity, please click Apply. As a committed Circle Back Initiative employer, we will respond to your application. For further information about working with us visit Working for Mission Australia. Applications for this role will close on Friday 30 July 2021. Advertised: 09 Jul 2021 AUS Eastern Standard Time Application close: 30 Jul 2021 AUS Eastern Standard Time
Youth Mental Health Worker - Central Coast
Coast Shelter, Regional NSW
Job descriptionPart Time - 4 days per weekLife at Coast ShelterCoast Shelter is a leading Central Coast not for profit charity assisting families, adults and young people with complex issues arising from their experience of homelessness, abuse and neglect. Our organisation is driven by our mission to deliver innovative solutions to address homelessness, violence and poverty, to achieve immediate and lasting changes.At Coast Shelter, you'll be joining a team of committed staff and volunteers who work to end Homelessness and Domestic and Family Violence. Our people are innovative professionals, who are driven to help make positive change in the community that we live. We are bold with ideas and operate with pace and passion.The RoleWe are seeking a passionate, highly motivated Youth Mental Health Worker to join our Youth Services team which will operate across our 5 youth shelters on the NSW Central Coast. Our youth specialist homelessness services provide supported accommodation for young women and men between the ages of 15 and 24. This includes support and accommodation as well as targeted services aimed at intervening early to prevent young people from entering homelessness.It is widely known that mental health problems are not always easily recognisable, and can remain undiagnosed and therefore untreated. The stigma attached to mental illness and discrimination faced by young people with mental illness often from low socio-economic backgrounds can act as a significant deterrent to accepting there is a problem and seeking treatment.This newly created role has been designed to assist and improve the mental health and wellbeing of our young people who may have diagnosed and undiagnosed mental health conditions, in particular those whose access to psychological support may be limited by homelessness, financial hardship or other barriers. The position works in an integrated and collaborative manner with existing on site case work support staff.All about YouYou hold a relevant tertiary qualification such as psychology and are driven to make a difference in the lives of young people whose access to psychological support may be limited by financial hardship or other barriers.The successful applicant will have a minimum 3 years’ experience providing psychological therapies and services to young people under 25 years of age and be able to address the essential criteria below:Advanced understanding of child protection issues and client vulnerabilities such as drug and alcohol use, domestic violence, mental health issues, and the impact of trauma and the effect on child behaviour and developmentDemonstrated knowledge and skills in working with young people experiencing mental health issues and other issues impacting their lives such as homelessness, unemployment, domestic and family violence.Demonstrated skills in assessment, case planning, delivery of therapies or workshops and capacity to provide culturally appropriate responses to young peopleDemonstrated high level communication skills including written skills and the ability to prepare and contribute to reportsDemonstrated experience and commitment to evidence based services and therapies in line with a person’s needs as well as a strong understanding of the principles of strengths based, client-centred, trauma informed framework.Our ValuesRespectInnovationConnectionTrustWays we Reward You!Competitive Remuneration Package, including access to extensive salary packaging offeringsProfessional Development OpportunitiesValues Driven OrganisationEmployee Assistance Program, offering free and confidential counselling and supportIf you are successful in gaining employment with Coast Shelter, you must hold a NSW Driver Licence, National Criminal History Record Check, First Aid Certificate and a Working with Children Check.We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices and the principles of cultural diversity. Coast Shelter strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.Enquires: Jason Brown People & Culture Manager, jason@coastshelter.org.au, using the subject line: Youth Mental Health Worker - Central Coast enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Program Co-ordinator
100 Story Building, Melbourne
Job descriptionFull-time, 1 year contractSalary: $65,000 + superAnticipated start date: Mon 23 August 2021Footscray locationAbout the roleDid you know about the apex predator called a nharshark? What happened the last time you set out on a Perilous Quest? Who is making all the noise on Level 17? If you have ready answers to these questions and want to help us find out more, then join us in Melbourne’s most-storied Building and share your love of creativity and ideas with children and young people. Here, you can help children and young people from diverse backgrounds develop a passion for stories and find joy in their creations.Working within an existing program, you will help coordinate our busy schedule of workshops with school groups, children, young people and their families from our creative space in Footscray. You will also contribute to the development of the program by liaising with schools, teachers and volunteers, ensuring the program meets their specific needs and help find opportunities for growth.Reporting to the Program Manager you will be part of a small team with big ideas about delivering social impact in the community. You will also assist in the coordination of a team of dedicated volunteers to help young writers navigate the huge (and sometimes terrifying!) mythical creature that is the creative process. This role requires proven project coordination and administration skills.You will be responsible for Program Team coordination and administrationRelationship-building and liaison with schools, teachers and visitorsDatabase and systems maintenanceTo be successful in this role, you will have A passion for the arts in educationExperience in project coordination and administrationHigh-level verbal and written communication skillsKnowledge of evaluation methodology and data collection processesCreative approach to opportunities and issuesAbout 100 Story Building100 Story Building is a centre for young writers in Footscray. In our very tall (or very deep?) building, we deliver creative storytelling workshops for schools, families and young people to support them in a love of reading and writing. Our mission is to provide opportunities for the most marginalised children and young people in our community to build the literacy skills, confidence and sense of belonging that are fundamental to future success.Key Selection CriteriaQualifications & backgroundA background in administration and coordination with experience using a range of systems including booking systems. Previous experience in coordination of projects and project management is required, in educational settings would be advantageous.Skills & AttributesCommunication - high level verbal and written communication skills to be the contact point for the organisation and to manage teacher and volunteer communications.Data Management - ability to document and organise data and information in a cohesive and systematic manner.Administration and coordination - ability to coordinate complex bookings, manage and collate feedback and create meaningful reports, maintain a database of volunteers, schedule shifts and collect data.Personal QualitiesCreative - responds to opportunities and ideas with a creative approach.Flexibility - adapts to changes in the environment to effectively meet new challenges.Initiative and accountability - takes responsibility for actions and proactively addresses issues and implements effective plans.Self-motivated, team oriented - works independently as well as part of a team and has the flexibility to work outside normal hours. This may include some weekend or after hours work.Download a position description here. If you have any questions, please contact Simon Conlon, Program Manager on 03 9689 0420.Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
Program Coordinator - Asista
YWCA Australia, Melbourne
Job descriptionBe part of a national feminist organisationPositively impact the lives of women, young women and girls!Attractive salary packaging options - up to $15,900 tax freeABOUT YWCA AUSTRALIAYWCA Australia is a feminist not-for-profit organisation focused on improving gender equality for women, young women and girls. Together we challenge the systems, structures and policies that act as barriers to women, especially young women, achieving their full potential.For 140 years we have stood for gender equality in all communities, transforming the lives of individual women, young women and girls. Cheered on by a fiercely passionate and supportive team, we shout loud and proud and our voices echo around the world in a global feminist movement.ABOUT THIS ROLEYWCA Australia is currently seeking a passionate Program Coordinator to join our Asista Program. This role is offered on a full time basis and is based in our South Melbourne office.The Asista program is a mentoring program for girls aged 12-18 in the child protection system, linking them with a positive female role model to build self-esteem, resilience and confidence.This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced program coordinator to join a leading not-for-profit service provider. YWCA Australia has a passion for providing the best care to their clients and ensuring all employees are supported in achieving this goal. Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Program Coordinator will be responsible for the delivery of the Asista Mentoring Program and provide supervision and support to women’s leadership programs.ABOUT YOUThe ideal applicant we are seeking will have:Qualification in social work or a related discipline or extensive experience relevant to this position.Demonstrated level of knowledge, understanding, and requirements of the planning, development, promotion and delivery of community programs.Proven experience working with the target groups including culturally diverse people and high-risk young people.Proven experience in community work including understanding the role of a volunteer and volunteer engagement.Strong organisational and time management skills, including the ability to manage competing demands.Demonstrated experience in participation of certification audits and any related compliance requirements.A demonstrated passion for social change and contributing to an organisation that advocates for equality.Strong supporter of Women’s Rights and striving for equality through influencing, advocating and pushing boundaries.Demonstrated collaborative working style, with good interpersonal and excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.This position will require the applicant to satisfactorily complete a national criminal history record check and hold the relevant state-based working with vulnerable persons permit prior to employmentJoin our bold, inclusive and innovative team to make a real difference - lead the change. View Position Description Here
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth
Downunder People, Esperance Area, Albany Region, Esperance, WA
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth -Work, Live, Play, Alice Springs -Mental Health, Social & Emotional Well Being -Salary Packaging, NT Gov additional Financial Incentives -6 Month Contract poss extension Come Alone or Bring the Family. A Dynamic Position. Clinical, Community & Outreach Settings. Alice Springs, The heartbeat of Central Australia, a exciting cultural experience About This Employer - One of the largest health service providers in the state, servicing 1/3 of the top end. Indigenous programs and services include, health and well being, mental health, AOD, renal, disabilities and allied health. Our team is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary team who have come from across Australia, with a mix of experiences and specialties. Position Specifics - Reporting to the Mental Health Manager. This key autonomous role is part of our multidisciplinary mental health team, providing evidence-based mental health practises/sessions to our indigenous children and youth in Alice Springs and surrounding communities who have mild to moderate mental health including social and emotional wellbeing needs. Essential Skill Set: AHPRA registration Role is suited to a Registered/ Provisional Psychologist, Social Worker, Nurse/OT Therapist A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues in regards to children and youth Strong communication skills, with the ability to work with Indigenous communities Computer literacy with ability to use electronic patient databases Package -Generous Base Salary - Salary Packaging, Leave Loading, - Fast Tracking Career Opportunities - Study Development Opportunities - NT Gov additional Financial Incentives So much to see and do in Central Australia, Uluru, The Olgas, Kings Canyon, camping, 4 wheel driving, fishing. What are your career, travel and cultural goals for 2021? Something different for a while? no phone calls pls To apply send your resume in MS Word by going to the Apply Now button at the bottom of this ad, alternatively belindadupeople.com.au no phone calls pls
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth
Downunder People, South Coast NSW Region, New South Wales, Esperance ...
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth -Work, Live, Play, Alice Springs -Mental Health, Social & Emotional Well Being -Salary Packaging, NT Gov additional Financial Incentives -6 Month Contract poss extension Come Alone or Bring the Family. A Dynamic Position. Clinical, Community & Outreach Settings. Alice Springs, The heartbeat of Central Australia, a exciting cultural experience About This Employer - One of the largest health service providers in the state, servicing 1/3 of the top end. Indigenous programs and services include, health and well being, mental health, AOD, renal, disabilities and allied health. Our team is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary team who have come from across Australia, with a mix of experiences and specialties. Position Specifics - Reporting to the Mental Health Manager. This key autonomous role is part of our multidisciplinary mental health team, providing evidence-based mental health practises/sessions to our indigenous children and youth in Alice Springs and surrounding communities who have mild to moderate mental health including social and emotional wellbeing needs. Essential Skill Set: AHPRA registration Role is suited to a Registered/ Provisional Psychologist, Social Worker, Nurse/OT Therapist A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues in regards to children and youth Strong communication skills, with the ability to work with Indigenous communities Computer literacy with ability to use electronic patient databases Package -Generous Base Salary - Salary Packaging, Leave Loading, - Fast Tracking Career Opportunities - Study Development Opportunities - NT Gov additional Financial Incentives So much to see and do in Central Australia, Uluru, The Olgas, Kings Canyon, camping, 4 wheel driving, fishing. What are your career, travel and cultural goals for 2021? Something different for a while? no phone calls pls To apply send your resume in MS Word by going to the Apply Now button at the bottom of this ad, alternatively belindadupeople.com.au no phone calls pls
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth
Downunder People, Wollongong Area, Illawarra, Wollongong, NSW
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth -Work, Live, Play, Alice Springs -Mental Health, Social & Emotional Well Being -Salary Packaging, NT Gov additional Financial Incentives -6 Month Contract poss extension Come Alone or Bring the Family. A Dynamic Position. Clinical, Community & Outreach Settings. Alice Springs, The heartbeat of Central Australia, a exciting cultural experience About This Employer - One of the largest health service providers in the state, servicing 1/3 of the top end. Indigenous programs and services include, health and well being, mental health, AOD, renal, disabilities and allied health. Our team is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary team who have come from across Australia, with a mix of experiences and specialties. Position Specifics - Reporting to the Mental Health Manager. This key autonomous role is part of our multidisciplinary mental health team, providing evidence-based mental health practises/sessions to our indigenous children and youth in Alice Springs and surrounding communities who have mild to moderate mental health including social and emotional wellbeing needs. Essential Skill Set: AHPRA registration Role is suited to a Registered/ Provisional Psychologist, Social Worker, Nurse/OT Therapist A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues in regards to children and youth Strong communication skills, with the ability to work with Indigenous communities Computer literacy with ability to use electronic patient databases Package -Generous Base Salary - Salary Packaging, Leave Loading, - Fast Tracking Career Opportunities - Study Development Opportunities - NT Gov additional Financial Incentives So much to see and do in Central Australia, Uluru, The Olgas, Kings Canyon, camping, 4 wheel driving, fishing. What are your career, travel and cultural goals for 2021? Something different for a while? no phone calls pls To apply send your resume in MS Word by going to the Apply Now button at the bottom of this ad, alternatively belindadupeople.com.au no phone calls pls
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth
Downunder People, Don Valley, Yarra Ranges, Yarra Valley, VIC
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth -Work, Live, Play, Alice Springs -Mental Health, Social & Emotional Well Being -Salary Packaging, NT Gov additional Financial Incentives -6 Month Contract poss extension Come Alone or Bring the Family. A Dynamic Position. Clinical, Community & Outreach Settings. Alice Springs, The heartbeat of Central Australia, a exciting cultural experience About This Employer - One of the largest health service providers in the state, servicing 1/3 of the top end. Indigenous programs and services include, health and well being, mental health, AOD, renal, disabilities and allied health. Our team is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary team who have come from across Australia, with a mix of experiences and specialties. Position Specifics - Reporting to the Mental Health Manager. This key autonomous role is part of our multidisciplinary mental health team, providing evidence-based mental health practises/sessions to our indigenous children and youth in Alice Springs and surrounding communities who have mild to moderate mental health including social and emotional wellbeing needs. Essential Skill Set: AHPRA registration Role is suited to a Registered/ Provisional Psychologist, Social Worker, Nurse/OT Therapist A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues in regards to children and youth Strong communication skills, with the ability to work with Indigenous communities Computer literacy with ability to use electronic patient databases Package -Generous Base Salary - Salary Packaging, Leave Loading, - Fast Tracking Career Opportunities - Study Development Opportunities - NT Gov additional Financial Incentives So much to see and do in Central Australia, Uluru, The Olgas, Kings Canyon, camping, 4 wheel driving, fishing. What are your career, travel and cultural goals for 2021? Something different for a while? no phone calls pls To apply send your resume in MS Word by going to the Apply Now button at the bottom of this ad, alternatively belindadupeople.com.au no phone calls pls
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth
Downunder People, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, Yarra Val ...
Contract Senior Mental Health Worker- Indigenous Children & Youth -Work, Live, Play, Alice Springs -Mental Health, Social & Emotional Well Being -Salary Packaging, NT Gov additional Financial Incentives -6 Month Contract poss extension Come Alone or Bring the Family. A Dynamic Position. Clinical, Community & Outreach Settings. Alice Springs, The heartbeat of Central Australia, a exciting cultural experience About This Employer - One of the largest health service providers in the state, servicing 1/3 of the top end. Indigenous programs and services include, health and well being, mental health, AOD, renal, disabilities and allied health. Our team is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary team who have come from across Australia, with a mix of experiences and specialties. Position Specifics - Reporting to the Mental Health Manager. This key autonomous role is part of our multidisciplinary mental health team, providing evidence-based mental health practises/sessions to our indigenous children and youth in Alice Springs and surrounding communities who have mild to moderate mental health including social and emotional wellbeing needs. Essential Skill Set: AHPRA registration Role is suited to a Registered/ Provisional Psychologist, Social Worker, Nurse/OT Therapist A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues in regards to children and youth Strong communication skills, with the ability to work with Indigenous communities Computer literacy with ability to use electronic patient databases Package -Generous Base Salary - Salary Packaging, Leave Loading, - Fast Tracking Career Opportunities - Study Development Opportunities - NT Gov additional Financial Incentives So much to see and do in Central Australia, Uluru, The Olgas, Kings Canyon, camping, 4 wheel driving, fishing. What are your career, travel and cultural goals for 2021? Something different for a while? no phone calls pls To apply send your resume in MS Word by going to the Apply Now button at the bottom of this ad, alternatively belindadupeople.com.au no phone calls pls