2016 Graduate Seminar and Networking Event Wednesday 5 October 2016 Title Arial 28 Subtitle Arial Narrow 18
Speakers • Event Host - Glenn Mace • A/Executive Director, Metropolitan Services • Emma White • Director General • Peter Passalacqua • Senior Assessing Officer, Working with Children • Tendai Muchero • Child Protection Worker • JulieAnne Davis • Executive Director Country Services • Lauren Ivicevich • Senior Recruitment Officer
Welcome Emma White Director General
A day in the life of… Peter Passalacqua Senior Assessing Officer, Working with Children
Graduation & beyond… Tendai Muchero Child Protection Worker
Work and life in country WA JulieAnne Davis Executive Director Country Services
How to apply Lauren Ivicevich Senior Recruitment Officer
Child Protection Workers Education Officers Clinical and Counselling Psychologists Senior Child Protection Workers Team Leaders Senior Practice Development Officers Working with children and families “We are passionate about working with families and children in need. There’s something that keeps us here and it’s more than just the money” “We work here because of the people that we work with and the people we work for, and because we really believe in the work that we do!”
Specialistareas • Fostering and Adoptions • Residential Care and Secure Care • ChildFirst • Parent Support • Family and Domestic Violence • Crisis Care
What’s on offer? • Comprehensive induction • Flexible working arrangements • Mentoring and support • 9.5% superannuation • Supportive performance development • Access to a free and confidential Employee Assistance Program • District allowance and additional benefits for staff based in some regional locations. • Salary: Public Service and Government Officers General Agreement 2014 • Four weeks annual leave (pro rata for part time) • 17.5% annual leave loading • Paid parental leave • Purchased leave • Personal leave (including carer’s leave) • 13 weeks paid Long Service Leave** • Learning and professional development opportunities ** After 7 years
Live and work in country WA • Additional Benefits • Additional leave and allowances • Subsidies for housing and utilities • Zone tax offset allowance • Salary packaging • Career progression and advancement • Community relationships • Explore WA! “Country WA is a great place to work, with great opportunities to have a look at the countryside too. There is a great collegial support and professional development, as well as a good opportunity to contribute to the community.”
How do I apply? Vacancies are advertised on the WA Government Jobs Board - www.jobs.wa.gov.au or visit www.childprotectioncareers.wa.gov.au
How do I submit my application? Apply online through: www.jobs.wa.gov.au Post or Hand Deliver: Recruitment Officer Human Resources Department for Child Protection and Family Support 189 Royal Street EAST PERTH WA 6004
Further information To find out more about your career opportunities with the Department for Child Protection and Family Support, visit: Website: www.childprotectioncareers .wa.gov.au WA Government Jobs Board: www.jobs.wa.gov.au Other Jobs Board: www.seek.com Recruitment Queries: (08) 9222 2532
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Networking and afternoon tea Please join us now for a networking afternoon tea in the Cafeteria. Keep an eye out for our great staff floating through the crowd to answer all your questions!