As KARI continues to grow, so do our job opportunities. Keep an eye out for this page to be updated with the latest opportunities available within KARI.
We’re Hiring: Out of Home Care Compliance Officer
There is currently the opportunity to join our ever-growing Compliance Unit located at Liverpool and servicing the Sydney Metropolitan area.
We’re Hiring: Accounting Officer
The main role of the Accounting Officer is to manage the KARI accounts and assist in all matters pertaining to the financial management of the organisation.
We’re Hiring: Leaving Care Coordinator
The role is responsible for supporting young people in OOHC, aged 15 to 25, successfully transitioning into adulthood. The position will manage a team of Leaving Care Officers, as well as overseeing a caseload of care-leavers aged 18 to 25.
We’re Hiring: Psychologist or Clinical Psychologist
As a Psychologist at KARI you will be part of a multidisciplinary Allied Health team working with Aboriginal children from vulnerable backgrounds with complex histories of trauma due to abuse, exposure to domestic violence, mental illness and substance misuse.
We’re Hiring: Family Preservation Caseworker- Aboriginal Identified
An exciting opportunity exists to join our Family Preservation Team as a Family Preservation Caseworker at our Penrith office. The program provides vulnerable families with targeted casework to prevent children and young people entering the child protection system.
We’re Hiring: Receptionist Corporate Services
The team here at KARI are looking to employ a dynamic person for our receptionist position located in Penrith. We see this role as being vital in regard to service delivery.
We’re Hiring: Caseworker – Aboriginal Identified
We currently have a position available for an Aboriginal Identified Caseworker. The main role of the Caseworker is to provide quality case management for children in young people in care and to provide ongoing support to the foster carers that care for them.
We’re Hiring: Family Preservation Caseworker (Aboriginal Identified Position)
KARI is looking for people who have demonstrated experience working with children and families experiencing significant trauma. Working at KARI provides staff the opportunity to work in supportive team environment and to enhance their professional development.
Our volunteers are the lifeblood of KARI – volunteer now to be a part of this crucial team.
Does your company offer you one paid volunteer day every year? These days, many organisations give employees the chance to give back to the community by volunteering at a charity of their choice. If yours is one such company, why not consider volunteering at KARI?
We offer a wide range of options for our Volunteer Day activities, ranging from helping out at our larger community events to running smaller events like a Resume Writing Seminar.
Our Corporate Volunteering team will help to organise the day and talk you through the activities on offer – whether you’re flying solo or visiting as a team, there will be one to suit you!
Contact our Corporate Volunteering Team and chat about how you can get involved.
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