Financial Capability Worker
- Part-time (up to 38 hours per fortnight), fixed-term contract until June 2020
- Flexible work hours between Tuesday and Friday
- Based in Whyalla
- Support people in your community to improve their financial situation
Who are we looking for?
We are seeking an individual who is passionate about empowering others to improve their life skills and build resilience. Experience with financial literacy and budgeting support would be advantageous but not required, however, a client-focussed mindset and the ability to adapt interventions to suit individual circumstances is essential. With great interpersonal skills, you build rapport with your clients, coach others on financial literacy and advocate on behalf of clients.
If you are someone who is passionate about making a real difference in the community and supporting people to improve their financial situation, then we would love to hear from you!
What can you expect to be doing?
- Provide tailored support to suit individual circumstances and needs, advocating and negotiating on their behalf when required
- Develop and deliver basic financial literacy, budgeting and financial wellbeing training
- Support and empower your clients to improve their financial capacity and resilience
- Liaise with other service providers to ensure a holistic service approach
- Put your skills and knowledge into use whilst making a real difference in the lives of many
What do you need to bring?
- Certificate III in Community Services or equivalent will be highly regarded
- Ability to identify financial issues of clients and implement appropriate interventions, referral pathways and strategies to improve their situation
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to build rapport with people from diverse backgrounds
- A flexible client-focused mindset that can adjust interventions to suit customer needs
- Great organisation skills with the ability to prioritise tasks
Who is AnglicareSA?
As SA’s largest social services provider, AnglicareSA makes a positive difference to the lives of more than 65,000 people each year. Our 1,800 staff and 580 volunteers support individuals, families and communities, responding to their immediate need and working with them to build capacity to restore and maintain dignity and control in their lives. Our services are broad, supporting people at every stage of life.
We believe in social justice, the equal worth of each citizen, equality of opportunity and the importance of strong communities. Together we change lives.
What can AnglicareSA offer me?
- Access to our fantastic salary packaging options – increase your take-home pay by decreasing the amount of tax you pay
- Banking benefits, health care discounts, gym membership offers, paid parental leave, and much more
- A diverse and supportive team culture who have a focus on improving the lives of many
How to Apply:
Click here to view the Job Description
To apply please complete the questions below and attach your resume and cover letter
When applying, please ensure you address the demonstrable requirements/competencies in your covering letter
For further information please contact Astra Fleetwood on 0457 778 021
Applications close 9am, Monday 25 November 2019.
AnglicareSA is committed to the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Please contact our Aboriginal Services team on 8305 9237 to discuss joining AnglicareSA.
Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to provide a National Criminal History Check (unsupervised contact with vulnerable people) prior to commencement.
Some roles will also be required to undergo a Working with Children Check (WCCC) or a DHS Disability Services Employment Screening Check, and Psychological Suitability Assessments.