Child and Adolescent Psychology Services (CAPS) Children’s Transport is currently recruiting extraordinary staff for their casual pool to provide transport and childminding services to young people in Out of Home Care (OoHC). CAPS is sourcing applicants from all over Melbourne, with our work currently between the Eastern Suburbs and the Western Suburbs.
CAPS will provide training and ongoing support to facilitate OoHC children’s transports, school runs, supervised access and any other activity for which transport is required.
We work within guidelines that uphold child centred and trauma informed practice and which recognise the complexity and variability of a child’s individual experience and how that may influence their everyday interactions.
Some of our clients have a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan, the plan is developed to establish their goals. Your role may also include assisting our participants to reach their goals and be actively engaged in their own community as a CAPS NDIS Support Worker.
CAPS stringently adheres to the DHHS guidelines when employing staff, our people are employed under the SHADS agreement.
This role is perfect for an individual looking for extra work or university students. Successful applicants will be placed in a pool of casual workers which we regularly use on a weekly basis.
- A current Victorian Driver's Licence
- Working with Children Check
- Insured and Reliable Vehicle with Anchor points for car seats
- Current National Police Check
- Ability to complete a supervised contact and complete notes accordingly
- NDIS worker screening check (willing to complete)
- Experience with young people in Out of Home Care (OoHC)
- Able to have flexibility in schedule and willing to change if required
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview with CAPS management. Successful applicants will be required to complete an NDIS worker screening check and complete all CAPS in house and agency documentation before commencement.