Employer: Queensland Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP)
Region: Central Queensland
Closing Date: 11 May 2020
The Queensland Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP) is currently seeking an expression of interest for a Central Queensland Reform Implementation Officer to work closely with and support QATSICPP Member Services’ Family Well-being (FWB) programs, Family Participation Programs (FPP) and other reforms.
To submit an expression of interest, please provide a maximum 2-page CV and 1-page response outlining how you meet the requirements of the role to [email protected] by COB Monday 11th May 2020.
Queries about the role can also be directed to Alf Davis on 0427 037 774.
The role is full-time /permanent (subject to funding) and the wage is approximately $80 000 per annum. QATSICPP also has salary sacrifice options for its employees.
CQ Reform Implementation Officer (Full-time)
The Reform Implementation Officer for Central Queensland is a key member of the QATSICPP Reform Implementation Team. There are currently three (3) other Reform Implementation Officers – two (2) each for North Queensland and one (1) for the South-West Region.
The two NQ positions are based in the regions and it is envisaged that the Central Queensland position will also be based in the region and working closely with QATSCIPP member services.
This position will provide hands on practical support for QATSICPP member services to implement identified strategies and reforms in their Family Well-being Program (FWB) and Family Participation Program (FPP).
The Reform Implementation Officer will work closely with QATSICPP Members and DCSYW regional service centre staff to identify systemic issues and implement solutions to enhance program delivery – further key duties and accountabilities are outlined in the document attached below.
The Implementation support officer will:
- Develop and maintain good working knowledge and relationships with member services
- Develop and maintain good working knowledge and relationships with DCSYW key regional and service centre staff to enhance program delivery.
- Identify systemic issues in the child protection service system and coordinate solutions with QATSICPP
- Provide support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander FPP and FWB services in their region.
- Participate in and represent QATSICPP at identified local strategic meetings, forums and workshops.