Work with us
When you work for us, you’re working as part of a team that is valued and respected by our partners in the criminal justice system, our supporters and the local communities in which we serve.
We provide the support required so that everyone in the team is appropriately skilled and engaged to be effective.
From the very first day, employees and volunteers experience that support through:
- our employee handbook
- training in Work Health and Safety, cultural competency and child safety
- induction and training about the workspace.
Everyone has access to clinical supervision through a network of local psychologists and access to support through the Employee Assistance Program for debriefing, trauma management and other workplace issues.
Enabling high performance
We are supportive by nature. We value innovation, continually improving the way we work and building organisational resilience. Our focus is on developing skills and knowledge to make sure we deliver on our vision and values.
We are an inclusive employer and believe a diverse workplace is a strength for our organisation and our people. We encourage people from all different backgrounds, no matter the culture, race or religion.
We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to work with us, with 20% of employees and 10% of volunteers Aboriginal.
Our transparent recruitment process ensures that applicants know what to expect when they apply. We promote each role widely with a detailed position description.
The hiring process includes:
- necessary qualification and skill checks
- interview and two reference checks
- verification of a working with children check (after offer)
- authority for checks submitted
- security clearance training.
The role of the Youth Frontiers Program Administration and Evaluation Officer is to provide project management, administration, data, reporting and evaluation support to Deadly Connections and the Youth Frontiers project located in the City of Sydney LGA.Read more