Employment

MASP Career Opportunities

Mallee Accommodation and Support Program Ltd. (MASP) is a dynamic and fast growing not-for-profit organisation, providing services to those in our community most in need. We deliver a coordinated range of support and advocacy services under the key areas of Homelessness Support, Disability and Placement & Family Services to disadvantaged and vulnerable youth, adults, families and children across the Mallee.  We also operate various social enterprises that provide opportunities for employment and the development of workplace skills. 


Staff at MASP enjoy a range of benefits that enhance our status as an employer of choice including:


• Salary packaging
• Rostered Days Off
• Flexible arrangements
• Supportive and family friendly environment
• Ongoing training and development

Why not consider MASP as a potential employer and enjoy the benefits of rewarding and stimulating work?

 

 

CURRENT POSITIONS


Inclusive Communities NDIS Support coordinator


• Maximize the potential of NDIS plans
• Work directly with clients and their supports
• Suitable for those currently studying
• Full time, ongoing position


As we continue with our NDIS readiness strategy, MASP is seeking applications from experienced and qualified candidates, interested in our newly created NDIS Support Coordinator vacancy. 


The successful candidate will work with adults, young people and children living with a range of disabilities and their families and carers, assisting participants to engage with informal and mainstream services, supporting the achievement of individual goals and maximising the potential of their NDIS plan.


For a confidential discussion, please call Dean Lascelles, Manager Community & Social Inclusion on 50216500.


To submit an application, please email your covering letter, resume and responses to the key selection criteria to Nathan Jilbert, Manager People & Culture, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Please click on the below link for a position description.
PD_CSI_IC_09_NDIS_Support_Co-ordinator_-_Int_21_09_2018.pdf


Applications must be received by 5pm Friday 5 October, 2018.

 

Youth Justice Community Support Services Worker


• 2 X Part time positions available, both 20 hours per week, (0.5 FTE)
• Suitable for those currently studying
• After hours and weekend availability a MUST!


MASP delivers the Youth Justice Community Support Service throughout the Mallee.  We are looking to employ 2 part time Youth Justice Community Support Service workers so we can extend our current delivery to include out of hours and weekends.


Successful candidates will work with young people aged 10-21 who are engaged with the youth justice system and deliver intensive support with the aim of:


• reducing the rate, severity and frequency of re-offending
• enabling young people to make an effective transition to adulthood and
• developing young people’s capacity to participate fully in society


Due to the objective of extending current delivery to cover out of hours and weekends, the ability to work evenings and weekends is a must.
Rosters will be negotiated with the successful candidates but will include hours between 5pm and 10pm Monday to Saturday and between 2pm and 5pm on Sundays. 


For a confidential discussion, please call Kathleen Buchecker, Team Leader Support & Transition on 50216500.


To submit an application, please email your covering letter, resume and responses to the key selection criteria to Nathan Jilbert, Manager People & Culture, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Please click on below link for a position description.
PD_CYF_ST_13_-_Youth_Justice_Community_Support_Worker_-_Rev_07_12_2016.pdf


Applications must be received by 5pm Friday 5 October, 2018.

 

 


Foster Carers
(For more information contact MASP on 03 50216 500)