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  • Join a growing NFP organisation empowering the lives of women, children & families
  • Be part of a new national telephone & online program
  • Work from home 
  • Full time, (12 month contract) 
  • $86,546 + super, salary packaging (up to $18,000 tax free) & gifted leave 


The Case Coordinator is an integral member of the Corporate Referral and Niche program which delivers high-quality, short-term support and service navigation to clients experiencing complex support needs, including people experiencing family violence, risk of homelessness, mental ill health and other vulnerabilities.

Clients are referred to this program by several corporate partners who have identified that their clients are experiencing financial hardship along with other support needs. The Case Coordinator’s role is to assist these clients to access supports that meet the full range of their needs including accessing financial hardship services when appropriate.

This position will complete initial needs and risk assessments with our clients, develop agreed care plans and provide short-term care coordination to support clients to engage with and navigate the support system.  We use a client-centred approach that is both trauma-informed and strengths-based, with a focus on promoting outcomes to improve client safety and wellbeing.

This is a national service providing telephone and online support.

For a confidential chat, please contact Audrey Hamilton, Program Lead – Corporate Hardship & Niche Programs on  t: 03 5970 7007.


Key responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  • Complete initial assessments with clients over the phone using trauma informed approach that includes exploring their individual circumstances, ensuring that the scope of the service is explained, safety is assessed, and that privacy and consent is discussed.
  • Develop support and referral plans using a strengths-based approach and provide support to clients over the phone to assist them with identifying and connecting with key support services.
  • Undertake research for clients, locating appropriate referrals for a variety of support needs.
  • Provide short term support, connecting with clients and referral partners regularly over the phone to ensure the client is supported.
  • Consult, refer and collaborate with other team members, including financial counselling and financial wellbeing peers, other GSANZ services and the broader service sector to support client goals.
  • Accurately collect and enter client information into the relevant systems, including detailing safety assessments and agreed follow up actions.


Qualifications and Experience

To be considered for this position, you will have:

  • A tertiary qualification (Degree) in Social Work, Psychology or a related tertiary discipline is essential
  • Demonstrated capacity to provide support coordination or service navigation, including the ability to carry out comprehensive risk and needs assessments and respond appropriately
  • Demonstrated understanding of a trauma-informed approach and ability to work with clients with multiple vulnerabilities and who are experiencing financial crisis, family violence, risk of homelessness, neglect, abuse, disability or mental ill health
  • Demonstrated understanding of financial hardship and ability to recognise financial risk factors
  • Demonstrated capacity to work flexibly and respectfully with a diverse range of people, including people with cultural, gendered, and socially and economically diverse backgrounds, people who experience health concerns or disabilities, carers and people who have not previously accessed a community services system
  • Previous experience providing phone-based support including intake and assessment experience
  • Willingness to undergo a National Police Check, (International Police Check if resided overseas for 12 months or longer in last 10 years) and obtain a State based Employee Working with Children Check prior to commencing


Depending on your location, you may need to provide evidence of Covid-19 vaccination, or medical exemption.

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Please apply as soon as possible, applications are considered as they are received.