If you wish to speak to us about any current opportunities contact Veronique Besnard (General Manager-Human Resources) at email@example.com or call on 02 9722 5200.
See our current vacancies below.
The main objective of this role is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable children, young people and their families by organising and supporting programs, improving parenting capacity and confidence, developing relationships with various stakeholders and providing some case management support.Introduction (PDF)
We work across the Fairfield and surrounding regions. The community is ethnically diverse, with low income levels and high levels of disadvantage.
We work towards seeing the local community achieving greater independence and choice.
Woodville has doubled its size in five years, expanded geographic coverage and moved into new program areas.
Our work is underpinned by a strong commitment to social justice. Staff engagement is high with a strong emphasis on quality assurance and adapting to need. We have a reputation for customer focused, high quality services.
The Board is seeking three Non-Executive Directors with knowledge, skills and experience in at least one of the following:
We are interested in both experienced not for profit or private sector board members as well as people building a board experience portfolio and particularly people from our local area.
If you wish to speak to us about this opportunity contact Chairperson, Ken Bone at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications (a covering letter and a resume) can be lodged using the “apply now” button below. Applications close Wednesday, 28th February 2018.
Woodville Alliance (WA) provides a wide-range of inclusive options for adults with disabilities, maximising people’s social capital and local citizenship. We provide a diversity of service offerings which are co-designed with WA clients and their circle of support to ensure that every individual meets their expected outcomes. WA Disability Services uses a positive and strength based approach within a well-developed culture of person-centred practices. GeekAbility is a new specialist vocational skills training program for school-leavers and older students with disabilities who want to improve their digital skills to be able to lead more independent lives, prepare for accredited training and find paid employment.Introduction (PDF)
The Strong Minds program within our Community Initiatives Team is funded by the Department of Social Services (DSS) under the Family Mental Health Support Service (FMHSS) program. It services three locations in Western and South Western Sydney; Fairfield East, Carramar and Auburn. This program offers early intervention supports to vulnerable families of children who are at risk of or affected by mental illness to reach their potential through practical assistance, non-clinical therapeutic support and education and information services. We are seeking experienced Case Workers to join this dynamic team.
Woodville Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We are seeking enthusiastic casual Disability Support Workers to join our Disability Services team. This is a fantastic opportunity for individuals who are committed to social justice, making a difference in the lives of local community members and are passionate in the achievement of positive outcomes. Apply Now!Introduction (PDF)