AASW (WA) Meet the Employer
|Date:||29 November 2017|
|Time:||2.00pm to 5:00pm|
|Venue:||City West Lotteries House, WA|
|CPD hrs:||AASW Members can claim CPD Hours under Category 2|
Registrations (limit 40 places)
Or become a member at the pro rata rate (@14 Sept 2017) of >$40 Students and >$149 New Graduates to attend at the member rate.
|Organiser:||AASW WA Branch|
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Meet the Employer
Date and Time: Wednesday 29 November 2.00pm– 5.00pm
Venue: City West Lotteries House, 2 Delhi Street West Perth, 6005
Rural Members- Please email the WA Branch to register for your FREE webinar link.
The AASW-WA Branch is pleased to be hosting a ‘Meet the Employer’ event for social work students, new graduates and those who want to know about employment opportunities. At this event you will meet employers from the welfare, community and health services sector and learn first-hand about:
• Job opportunities for social workers and career pathways;
• What to expect when going through the job application process;
• Tips on how to get your application shortlisted and good interview techniques;
• Stories from past recruitment processes, the good, the bad and... mediocre.
Please come along and meet our distinguished guests:Ann Brown, Mary Joyce, Marie Slattery and Jason Ellis with more employers to be confirmed.
Marie Slattery, Senior Research Consultant, Parkerville Children and Youth Care
Marie Slattery has worked with Parkerville Children and Youth Care in March 2013, first as the outreach coordinator and now as Senior Research Consultant. She has been responsible for recruitment, professional supervision and development of her staff. Marie co-wrote the organisations policy on professional supervision and is one of the training facilitators for this.
Mark Kerns, Managing Director of Kern Allied Health, is a physiotherapist by training, graduating from Curtin University in 1997. Mark has worked in various senior roles at Fremantle Hospital, regionally in Broome and Carnarvon, and in the UK at the Royal London, Royal Manchester, Royal Liverpool, Royal Surrey and Whipps Cross Hospitals. Mark has always worked very closely with multi-disciplinary allied health departments and was the clinical lead in the development of an intermediate care facility as part of a pilot model for the NHS in East London.In 2006, Mark started Kern Allied Health to provide the allied health services to the Peel Health Campus, which is the Ramsay operated public hospital in Mandurah.
Jade Santa Maria, Senior Practice Development Officer/Senior Operational Policy Officer, Child Protection & Children in Care Policy, Department for Child Protection
I have postgraduate degrees in Social Work from UWA and Psychology and Health Sciences from Curtin University. Social Work has taken me across a pathway of career opportunities in child protection, foster care, adoptions, seniors interests and volunteering, children and youth, and premier & cabinet. It has been an amazing and learning experience in metro and regional from frontline child protection case investigations, case management; recruitment and tender panel; training facilitator, signs of safety court convenor, practice and policy, supervisor and mentor over 20 years. With these also come huge learning, dealing with conflict, accepting graciously, adapting, flexibility, mindfulness and “trying” to be emotionally intelligent with colleagues, staff, clients and others. Importantly: self-care! My best times are being with people who inspire like community elders, children and adults, and clients, listening to their stories; learning from them. It is about working alongside, learning from mistakes/judgement calls, and constantly learning and discovering. My message: turn adversities / brickwalls / challenges as stepping stones to reach desired dreams and goals.
To guarantee your place please register as soon as possible, as places are limited. Refreshments will be provided.
Maximum Registrations: 40
Registration Closing Date: 29 November 2017
Cancellation Policy: No refunds after 1 October 2017
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