Careers - Stepping Stone House

Available roles

Case Manager

At Stepping Stone House we truly believe in inspiring youth to build their future and be the very best they can be!

We are currently seeking a passionate and enthusiastic Case Manager to support young people in one of our Semi-Independent Residential Houses. This house has a key focus on supporting young people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

This is an exciting and challenging role where YOU can make a difference. The position is located in Dulwich Hill.

Ideal Candidate:
To be successful in this challenging role – you will need to be hard working, be flexible in your approach, enthusiastic and show empathy, patience and respect for the people you work with. You will need to be a self-starter, be honest in your approach and have passion for working with young adults. You will also need to be experienced and have knowledge of working with Aboriginal youth and staff.

Key Responsibilities:

Develop, implement and oversee the delivery of effective individualised case plans and manage a case load
Mentor and advise youth workers working in the program
Develop rapport and meaningful relationships with the young people
Assist young people to achieve responsible independence
Contribute to the planning, development and implementation of programs
Develop and implement new systems, forms and strategies with the House Coordinator
Manage the dynamics of the young people – group and individual
Assist in organising, planning, facilitating, engaging in and supervising culturally appropriate recreational activities.
And a great deal more – remember this is an exciting and challenging new role.

Independent Living Program Coordinator

This exciting new position involves directing the effective operations of the Independent living program. This program supports young people at risk of homelessness maintain their accommodation in the community. The coordinator will provide leadership, support and supervision to the case work team and will ensure that all services provided are consistent with SSH’s philosophies, values, policies and procedure, adhering to relevant legislations, funding bodies requirements and benchmarks set by internal and external stakeholders.

Join us for a rewarding career and make a difference to the lives of youth in need.

If you are interested in working for us, please complete and send the form with your details.

  • Please note applicants with the Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award or Queens Scout Award will be afforded an interview irrespective of qualifications.