We’re hiring a Casework Manager, Caseworker and Project officer passionate about helping people seeking asylum

We’re searching for a highly professional and independent people, passionate about supporting people seeking asylum in NSW to join our amazing team!

The roles we’re looking to fill include:

Casework Manager

To support people seeking asylum, refugees and other forcibly displaced people in Western Sydney; through empowering, dignified, and welcoming services.

To oversee and supervise the JRS Casework Team; including the coordination of casework meetings, intake and referrals, the implementation of systems and policies, and the oversight of client file management and statistical reporting.

To maintain a caseload of low/medium/high needs clients and to assist with drop-in clients, as required.

To manage and report on the delivery of financial assistance and material aid.

To coordinate the Blaiket Shelter, including liaising with the volunteer Blaiket House Manager around issues relating to House meetings, maintenance and liaising with the Parish.

To work with the Volunteer Coordinators for the JRS Head Office and Arrupe Place; to coordinate the placement and supervision of accompaniment and home visiting volunteers.

To undertake other relevant activities as required by the Arrupe Project Manager.

If this job sounds like the perfect fit for you, please view the entire job description here

 Caseworker for the Arrupe Project

JRS Australia requires an experienced professional caseworker with a passion for and a commitment to ensuring the rights of people seeking asylum and other forcibly displaced people.

The JRS Arrupe Project Caseworker position is responsible for providing accompaniment, casework services, and advocacy support to people in the process of seeking asylum in Australia.

If this job sounds like the perfect fit for you, please view the entire job description here

Project Officer for our Finding Safety program

JRS Australia requires an experienced Project Officer for its Finding Safety program with a passion for and a commitment to ensuring the rights of people seeking asylum, particularly the rights of women who have experienced or who are at-risk of experiencing domestic and family violence and other forms of sexual and gender based violence.

The JRS Finding Safety project, aims to support asylum seeking and refugee women to increase their understanding of domestic and family violence, its drivers and their rights. The project will also provide information, advice and referrals to assist refugee women experiencing violence or at risk of violence to access appropriate support.

Finding Safety will also include capacity building for workers in the asylum and migration sector to build understanding of domestic and family violence, and for workers in the domestic and family violence and the women’s sector to build understanding of issues facing women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

If this job sounds like the perfect fit for you, please view the entire job description here

We’re looking forward to hearing from you 

We can’t wait to start working with our new team member so we can continue to advocate, accompany and serve refugees and people seeking asylum together.

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