The CDP Activity Supervisor is an important part of the CDP site team and will develop, lead job seeker activities and support training activities for job seekers ensuring quality outcomes on community for all stakeholders. Be able to work with limited direct and still achieve weekly and monthly performance targets.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES;
1. Lead job seeker activities and support training activities for job seekers.
2. Other reasonable duties as directed by the CDP Employment Coordinator or CDP Employment Supervisor.
3. Engage with the local community to deliver job seeker services that are culturally, socially and environmentally appropriate.
4. Build trusting relationships with colleagues and job seekers.
5. Support and motivate jobseekers to attend identified activities, trainings and appointments.
6. Work with all departments of the Victoria Daly Regional Council and other stakeholders to optimize outcomes for job seekers, employers and the local community.
7. Attend formal performance reviews and performance management meetings and participate in regular staff meetings.
8. Attend job related training as required in accordance with individual training plans.
9. Gain a working knowledge of Council policies and procedures.
10. Develop simple plans for job seeker activities.
11. Meet weekly and monthly performance targets.
12. Write simple documents and complete forms as required.
13. Attend staff meetings and report on the progress of CDP activities.
14. In accordance with the Community Action Plan, oversee CDP jobseeker activities which contribute to personal, professional and community development.
15. Acquire and keep up-to-date knowledge of WHS matters.
16. Proactively raise WHS issues and ensure WHS matters are considered at regular staff meetings.
17. Gain an understanding of the nature of the hazards and risks associated with operations relevant to the business unit.
18. Ensure that all workers and job seekers are made aware of and make use of hazard, incident and risk reporting systems.
19. Ensure that all job seekers participate in work, health and safety training relevant to their workplace activities.
20. Ensure job seekers are issued with protective equipment (where required), uniforms and equipment which is fit for purpose.