• Working with young people to achieve positive social outcomes
  • Excellent salary package on offer including NFP salary sacrifice
  • Working in a progressive, high achieving organisation dedicated to its employees

Hunter Recruitment Group are proud to partner with Hume Housing as they expand their footprint in Maitland & Port Stephens with the management of over 2200 properties within the community housing space.

Hume Housing is a Tier 1 Community Housing provider who are Champions of change, Creators of connectivity, Builders of resilience and Determined to succeed.

The Role:
More than just a housing organisation, Hume Housing want to build strong, cohesive communities with positive social outcomes. The Youth Programs Coordinator is central to that vision. This is a full-time role with lots of customer and stakeholder contact. The elements of this role will include:

  • Customer engagement and consultation
  • Supporting the development and implementation of a Youth Strategy
  • Working within Hume’s Customer Support Co-Ordination Model
  • Utilising Strength Based approach working directly with customers to improve:
    • o Tenancy sustainability
    • o Customer independence
    • o Opportunities, goals and ambitions
  • Strategic internal and external stakeholder collaboration
  • Developing, delivering and connecting young people to capacity building activities
  • Contribution to Neighbourhood Planning and continuous service improvement

About You:
You will be representing Hume, assessing customer needs and supporting customers to thrive and prosper, so to be successful in this role you will have:

  • Experience and knowledge in youth work including delivery of capacity building programs
  • Experience working with and/or developing social inclusion programs targeting young people
  • Understanding of issues arising for young people experiencing homelessness
  • Building and utilising networks and partnerships to achieve youth goals
  • Commitment to work proactively with customers and have a solutions focus
  • A great social awareness and understanding of social and cultural differences is critical
  • Working knowledge of
    • o Residential Tenancy Act
    • o Future Direction NSW
    • o Social & Affordable Housing
  • Must hold valid NSW driver licence and a fully insured vehicle
  • Cert IV in Community Services or Social Housing or higher is desirable

Why work with Hume Housing?
Hume offers above Award salaries, 35 hour working week, flexible working arrangements, long service leave after 5 years, salary packaging and career development opportunities – plus you will be at the start of something truly special for the people of Maitland and Port Stephens.

Working for a not for profit such as this also allows you to increase your take home pay by salary sacrificing into your everyday expenses. Meaning you pay less tax and could equate to $5K + extra in take home pay per year.

To apply for this role please click APPLY NOW with your resume along with a cover letter detailing your availability and most importantly your motivation to apply for such a challenge.

Alternatively, send these documents to admin@hrgroup.com.au

As part of the recruitment process for this role, shortlisted candidates will be required to complete a short video interview.

Confidential enquiries are welcome and may be directed to Laney on 02 4936 6537.
 
Hume Community Housing is committed to a workplace where our team members prosper and diversity and inclusion are a valued part of our vibrant and connected working community. We encourage and welcome applications from women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

To apply for this role please click “Apply Now” button and attach your cover letter and resume.

Confidential enquiries are welcome and may be directed to Laney on 02 4936 6537.

 

Hume Community Housing is committed to a workplace where our team members prosper and diversity and inclusion are a valued part of our vibrant and connected working community. We encourage and welcome applications from women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.