Employment & Study Opportunities
BeyondHousing provides a range of employment options. As an organisation we encourage quality service delivery, team work and embrace a work/life balance philosophy.
Some of the benefits that BeyondHousing staff enjoy include:
- 12% Superannuation
- Rostered Days Off for full time staff
- Salary Packaging
- 7 weeks paid parental leave
- Work/life balance
- 17.5% leave loading on annual leave taken
- Access to a Health and Wellbeing Program which reimburses up to $350 per year
- Regular internal supervision
- Access to organisational vehicles for work related travel
- Access to Hep B shots and flu vaccinations
- A supportive and professional work environment
BeyondHousing seeks committed, passionate and dedicated individuals to apply for any advertised positions or to submit a resume for those interested in joining our team.
To find out more about working for or completing a student placement with us, please contact our HR Manager on 02 6055 9000 or contact us.
Tenancy Assistance and Advocacy Program (TAAP) Worker
Wangaratta (part time – 3 days)
BeyondHousing is committed to the vision of ending homelessness and are driven by values of Rights, Fairness, Creativity, Quality and Collaboration to achieve this vision. If you are passionate and have experience working with vulnerable and disadvantaged people, then we could be the employer for you.
We currently have a part time opportunity in our Tenancy Assistance and Advocacy (TAAP) Program based in Wangaratta. The TAAP worker will be responsible for providing a quality tenancy service to financially disadvantaged Victorians and victims of family violence through information and referral, negotiation and Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) assistance, including advocating for tenants at VCAT hearings.
We are seeking candidates with:
- Demonstrated effective advocacy and negotiation skills
- Exceptional communication skills (both verbal and written)
- A strong client focus and ability to problem solve, collaborate and find solutions
- Demonstrated knowledge and application of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997, and ability to effectively convey tenant’s rights and responsibilities to others
- Knowledge and experience of VCAT processes and procedures
- Strong Administration skills including accuracy and attention to detail
- Exceptional time management and organisational skills, including the capacity to effectively manage a varied caseload and work with minimal supervision
- Current driver’s licence.
What we offer
Remuneration is paid within the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 – Level 4. The successful applicant will receive 12% superannuation; option to salary package as well as opportunities for professional development.
How to Apply
Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 7th March 2019. Any queries should be directed to the Human Resources Manager, Alison Eaton on 02 6055 9000. To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com.
The successful candidate must participate in a National Police Check and Working with Children Check as this role operates within a Child Safe organisation.
Indigenous people and people of culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.