Employment Opportunities


Youth Justice Support Worker

Project Objective:

Youth Prevention and Diversion aims to meet the needs of the Aboriginal youth of the North West
Coast that are at risk of entering the judicial system and to assist in the co-ordination of youth
Prevention in an effective and professional manner.

About this project:

To develop and undertake projects that will help respond to the urgent challenge of the accelerating rate of indigenous offending and incarceration, to support the realisation of safer communities. The program endeavours to provide support, drug education and assessment via brief interventions to individuals along the North West Coast region.

The program aims to provide drug education, assessment and treatment via brief interventions to individuals diverted by the Tasmania Police under this initiative. Instead of going to court for minor offences the police can at their discretion divert through this program to avoid criminal records being received.

Services include:

Court support including transport, liaison with police and magistrates, liaising with Youth Justice, referrals, assistance with child protection, mentoring, mediation, employment opportunities, bush camps, self-esteem building ventures, Licences etc.

Expressions of Interest Should be in by COB 5/11/2020 See download for Details


Integrated Family Support Services

Project Objective:
The program will endeavour to provide support services to families where risk factors to the welfare and development of children are present. Service will address identified issues of concern and work to build on families’ capacity to self-manage risk factors associated with their intake to the service.

About this project:
The project aims to:

• Provide access to a network of community sector supports and services for vulnerable children, young people and their families.
• Increase the capacity of the community sector to provide secondary level support services.
• Provide an improved service capacity for families who may not come into contact with Child Safety Services.
• Reduce the number of families notified to Child Safety Services by improving access to and responsiveness of community-based services.


NDIS Support Workers

Are you interested in Joining Our Team? Please see below list of Available Job’s

-Expressions of interest for NDIS Support Workers
-Essential qualifications required:
--Working With Vulnerable Persons Registration
--National Police Check (not older than 90 days)
--Unrestricted Drivers License
-Preferred – Individual Support or Disability Support or equivelant.

Please send your resume and copies of essential documents to reception@www.chac.com.au