Become a Support Worker
Why Choose LEAP?
LEAP Social Services provides a rewarding experience to mentor and support young people in need in the community.
Prior to commencing shift-work, all LEAP workers will have access to an intimate half-day induction, which provides a thorough insight into the company & services, your team, and the industry.
LEAP prides itself on putting a focus on relationships. When workers come on board, we want to get to know your interests and skills so that we can match up your personality with appropriate participants that you will enjoy supporting.
LEAP Support Workers have access to a dynamic team environment, which includes shadow shifts and mentoring for new workers, as well as co-ordinators who are on call 24 hours per day to answer questions during shifts.
Working with LEAP Social Services will allow you to help young people in crisis reach goals and engage pro-socially within their community. Learn closely from co-ordinators while providing the following supports:
One to One Mentoring: meet goals while participating in community activities.
Supervised Transport: assist taking young people to school or around the community.
Supervised Contact Visits: accompany young people during their visitations with family.
Overnight Residential Care Support: become part of a team that supports young people who are in 24 hour/7 day care with LEAP.
Applicants must possess:
A current employee Working With Children Check (WWCC)
A current National Police Check (NPC)
A current drivers license, (P1 & P2 accepted) and a fully comprehensively insured vehicle for transporting participants/young people
A relevant industry qualification (minimum Cert IV)