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Careers & Culture

 

Our Culture

Our internal culture revolves around providing caring, family-style support to our young people and to each other. Our people need to be resilient, reflective and passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of vulnerable young people, children and babies. For this reason, we take considerable care in selecting each person who comes to work with us.

 

Once through the initial interview process and formal Working with Children and Criminal History checks, each short-listed candidate undergoes psychosocial screening to determine their ability to embrace and thrive in our nurturing organizational culture. We apply the same psychosocial screening process before anyone enters the Lighthouse family, whether they are a senior executive, an administration officer, a young person, or a volunteer.

 

We train all our employees how to engage with and support traumatized young people and children. All staff members are required to do regular individual and group supervision and monthly internal training. This support reduces vicarious workplace trauma and helps us maintain comparatively high retention rates among our in-home carers. We also work hard to make sure our internal culture encourages thoughtfulness, reflection, and open communication at all levels. The aim is that everyone working with Lighthouse embodies and role models the ways of relating that we are encouraging our young people to learn.

 

Careers

Lighthouse Foundation is committed to employing passionate staff who bring a broad range of skills and experience to our cause. We really do live our values of being respectful, kind, courageous, thoughtful, and committed in our workplace, and look for new employees who demonstrate them.  

 

Current vacancies

All expressions of interest should be emailed to Lighthouse's HR Manager, Anne-Marie:

annemariek@lighthousefoundation.org.au

 

For more information please click on the position descriptions below: