Coordinator - Employment Pathways Program

Do you have the experience and passion to assist people to build sustainable employment pathways out of the criminal justice system? Would you like a role that is challenging and rewarding? Do you want to work in a strong team that is valued and supported?

The Community Restorative Centre (CRC) is a community based agency that has been delivering services to people affected by the criminal justice system for 66 years. We work hard to create an environment that encourages professional development and respect for staff to provide effective services for our clients.

The role is based on:

  • Contract to 30th June 2019
  • 38 hours per week
  • Terms and Conditions of employment as per Level 5 Pay Point 3 of the SCHADS Award 2010
  • Rate of pay equivalent to SACS Award Grade 5 year 2 ($76,135 gross per annum plus super and salary packaging options)
  • Based in Chippendale

The Coordinator will develop CRC’s new Employment Pathways Program which aims to reduce crime and recidivism by providing alternative pathways for people who are in custody who have the goal of obtaining employment post-release.  The role will provide pre-release employment workshops and facilitate strong casework and community support that is centred around the building of employment pathways specifically for people on release from prison. The position is generally Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm; with occasional out-of-hours’ work to be performed as required.

Click HERE to read the Position Description for this role.

Applicants must address the Selection Criteria on a CRC Selection Criteria Form to be considered for this position and include a CV.

Applications close by COB Friday 23rd February 2018.

Please send your completed CRC Selection Criteria Form and CV by one of the following methods:

  • via email to recruitment@crcnsw.org.au
  • via fax to (02) 9211 6518
  • or post to Community Restorative Centre, PO Box 541, Broadway NSW 2007

We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from CALD backgrounds.