We are in an exciting phase at Tweddle and are looking for experienced and passionate staff to join us.  View the following employment opportunities for more information:

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Early Parenting Practitioner
Casual, Part-time and Full time positions available 

Sometimes you get a chance to be part of something special.  That something special is Tweddle.​We are a daring organisation leading the way within the Early Parenting Sector, striving to strengthen the lives of babies, toddlers and their families. Our staff have passion, courage, resilience and diverse qualifications that nurture life-changing outcomes. Be part of the journey and become part of the Tweddle family, where flexible work-life balance combined with support, care and connection return benefits for both you and our clients.

Tweddle Child and Family Health Service is a specialist public hospital located in Footscray offering a range of early parenting programs to families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting their children up to school age. Programs include residential, day long and sessional groups delivered at Tweddle or in local communities, collaboratively with local government, community organisations or health services. Staff may be required to work across programs and in various locations.

We are seeking a competent, innovative and enthusiastic Early Parenting Practitioner to be part of the dynamic multidisciplinary service team.

Ideally, you will have qualifications in Early Childhood Development, Youth Work or a Degree in Psychology/Social Work. Your knowledge, skills and experience working with vulnerable families and/or attachment and infant mental health would make you a suitable candidate for this role.

What should be included in my application?

  • Comprehensive resume
  • Application letter that addresses the mandatory key selection criteria outlined in position description below

Position Description Tweddle Early Parenting Practitioner

How to apply?

Please submit application by email to recruitment@tweddle.org.au by 23 January 2022

 

Registered Nurse/Team Leader/ANUM

Casual, Part-time and Full time positions available

Sometimes you get a chance to be part of something special.  That something special is Tweddle.​

We are a daring organisation leading the way within the Early Parenting Sector, striving to strengthen the lives of babies, toddlers and their families. Our staff have passion, courage, resilience and diverse qualifications that nurture life-changing outcomes. Be part of the journey and become part of the Tweddle family, where flexible work-life balance combined with support, care and connection return benefits for both you and our clients.

Tweddle Child and Family Health Service is a specialist public hospital located in Footscray offering a range of early parenting programs to families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting their children up to school age.

Are you:

  • An experienced Registered Nurse (Division 1) with post-graduate qualifications in Child and Family Health Nursing, Paediatric nursing and/or adult/infant mental health knowledge and experience?
  • Interested in pursuing a career in an Early Parenting Centre
  • Keen to work with parents of children aged 0-4 years in a residential, day stay and/or home visiting program
  • Seeking a position where you provide education, support and supervision to a great team of Early Parenting Practitioners
  • Interested in infant mental health and early attachment theory

If you answered yes to all of the above, this role may be for you.

The Registered Nurse/Team Leader role, is part of a dynamic multidisciplinary direct service team, responsible for coordinating the delivery of parenting services to vulnerable families with complex needs in an efficient and effective manner and in accordance with regulatory requirements. They provide supervision and support to Early Childhood Practitioners in the delivery of parenting services to families.

As a minimum you will be a Division 1 Registered Nurse possessing current and appropriate endorsements to practice as a registered nurse.  Highly desirable is a qualification in maternal and child health or child and family health along with a sound knowledge of infant mental health, Best Interest Practice Framework, working in partnership with families, and experience in staff supervision.

Tweddle is a child-safe, family-friendly workplace and an equal opportunity employer, offering generous working conditions. We celebrate families from all walks of life and foster diversity, equity, inclusion and a sense of belonging in principle and practice.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this role.

What should be included in my application?

  • Comprehensive resume
  • Application letter that addresses the mandatory key selection criteria outlined in following position description

 

Position Description Registered Nurse Tweddle

 How to apply?

Please submit application by email to recruitment@tweddle.org.au by 23 January 2022

 

Early Parenting Centre (EPC) Expansion Project Manager
Part Time .6FTE (12mth Contract)

Are you eager to be part of the team setting up the workforce for a new Early Parenting Centre in the western suburbs? 

We are a daring organisation and leaders within the Early Parenting Sector, striving to strengthen the lives of babies, toddlers and their families. Our staff have passion, courage, resilience and diverse qualifications that nurture life-changing outcomes. Be part of the journey and become part of the Tweddle family, where flexible work-life balance combined with support, care and connection return benefits for both you and our clients.

Tweddle Child and Family Health Service is a specialist public hospital located in Footscray offering a range of early parenting programs to families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting their children up to school age.

We are looking for a Specialist Project Manager responsible for supporting Tweddle’s operational service planning with a focus on the establishment of the new EPC in Wyndham.  Additionally, this role is responsible for supporting our partnership role with Barwon Health and Bendigo Health.

If successful you will be pivotal to developing, implementing and enhancing strategies that will increase Tweddle’s service, workforce planning and fostering our partnerships as part of a key component of the Statewide EPC Expansion Project[1]. The Wyndham EPC, in line with the Tweddle strategic direction, is focused on building an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone, using or working with, our services including Aboriginal, diverse and/or marginalised communities.

If you are self-starter, experienced project manager with proven knowledge and skills in in operational service planning including workforce planning, quality assurance, strategic business processes and experience in working and partnering with government agencies this role may be for you.

Tweddle is a child-safe, family-friendly workplace and an equal opportunity employer, offering generous working conditions. We celebrate families from all walks of life and foster diversity, equity, inclusion and a sense of belonging in principle and practice.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this role.

What should be included in my application?

1.     Comprehensive resume
2.     Application letter that addresses the mandatory key selection criteria outlined in position description  and include the answers to the following questions:

  • Do you have the right to work in Australia?
  • Do you have experience in a health sector?

How to apply?
Please submit application via email to recruitment@tweddle.org.au by 21st Jan 2022
[1] https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/early-parenting-centres-expansion-and-upgrade

Early Parenting Centre (EPC) expansion Project Manager (Contract Position 12 mths)

Tweddle is a child-safe, family-friendly workplace and an equal opportunity employer, offering generous working conditions. We celebrate families from all walks of life and foster diversity, equity, inclusion and a sense of belonging in principle and practice.


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