Working as a Youth Support Worker at Edmen
Are you keen to give back to your community? Do you enjoy working with young people? Are you an excellent communicator who likes a challenge? If you answered ‘yes!’ to these questions a career in Residential Youth Work could be right up your alley.
What does a career in Youth Work offer?
Residential Youth Workers support vulnerable youth to develop practical skills to navigate all of the sticky things in life like housing, finding a job, school and study, working through family conflicts or sometimes abuse or addiction issues. It’s a rewarding role where you can see the impact your work has on someone’s life.
What can Edmen Offer?
Becoming an Edmen Youth Worker will see you working with young people in a group home, in-home and respite settings. We are always looking for new people to join our team, with ample roles and flexible hours, as well as opportunities to transition into permanent work.
Flexibility - Casual work means that you can choose your hours that suit your lifestyle. Our mobile app, Edge, gives you the freedom to accept shifts and set your availability for better work-life balance.
No one day is ever the same - Youth Support Work is varied and challenging. From working in group settings to residential facilities and community activities, at Edmen you can expect to work with young people in a range of settings.
Career pathways - We offer opportunities to go from temp-to-perm with our community service partners if you enjoy and thrive in the work you do.
What is it like to work as an Edmen Disability Support Worker?
Hear why Edmen Youth Worker, Ashleigh on what she loves most about the job and working with Edmen.