Organisational Redesign 2018

Our Executive team and the Board has spent many hours together developing and refining our vision for the next three-year strategic plan, taking into consideration the valuable feedback from our staff survey and key external stakeholders. Our ability to be an agile and forward thinking organisation is key to our success.

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Our Executive team and the Board has spent many hours together developing and refining our vision for the next three-year strategic plan, taking into consideration the valuable feedback from our staff survey and key external stakeholders. Our ability to be an agile and forward thinking organisation is key to our success.

Towards the end of last year, we implemented a redesign of our employment services directorate, introducing two new Senior Manager positions and refining different parts of our service delivery model, including; improvement to how we work with our employers and engagement with our job seekers through a newly designed job club model.  There will be no further changes required to our Employment Services directorate.

Further changes to our organisational structure are underway in our remaining three directorates, the key changes are outlined below:
  • Education Services - The introduction of our Training Services function, bringing together our personnel in our Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Communicare Training Institute (CTI) and Employability Skills Training (EST).  
  • Family Violence and Justice Services - This directorate will be renamed Community Safety and Wellbeing, in order for us to bring together relevant services beyond the scope of Family and Domestic Violence. Our Psychological Services will now form part of the Community Safety and Wellbeing directorate.
  • Community Services - This directorate with be renamed Children and Family Services and its' services will be divided into two key areas of delivery: Early Years and Youth and Family and Parenting Services.
  • Our Geraldton location will hub a number of services including Connect and Respect, Inclusion Support program and our new ParentsNexts program; moving our service delivery to a placed based model. 
The changes are a necessary part of ensuring we remain contemporary and relevant into the future.  This re-design of our organisational structure is a key enabler to ensure our continued success in providing services to the community.
 
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