UTAS: The Tasmanian Housing Market Update 2020 – 2021

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The University of Tasmania’s Housing and Community Research Unit recently published an update on conditions in the Tasmanian housing market. The data covered the period between March 2020 and March 2021 and included analysis of changes in housing costs, the demand for affordable housing, the public and private supply response, short stay accommodation trends, housing insecurity and homelessness.   A link

Relationships Australia (TAS): Suicide Prevention and Mental Wellbeing for Organisations

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Contact Relationships Australia (Tas) team to chat about how you can promote positive mental health and prevent suicide in your organisation through this free initiative.  The Suicide Prevention Team at Relationships Australia (Tas) can help you develop plans and strategies to improve mental wellbeing and there is a small grants program of up to $1500 available to support this work. 

Metro Tas: Shop Relocation

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The Metro Shop will relocate on 20 September to the corner of Elizabeth St and Collins Street.

Laurel House: Vacant Position

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Laurel House is seeking several Counsellors who are qualified and experienced in social work and psychology to become valued members of the Laurel House sexual assault counselling team based in Launceston.

Dept of Health: Spot on Recognising Good Practice

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“Spot On” is an initiative of the health literacy network. It’s about finding, acknowledging and sharing what people and services are doing (big or small) to make it easier for people to find, understand and use information and services.

CFCA: What Contributes to Placement Moves in Out-of-Home Care?

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This paper presents local and international evidence from a scoping review on the factors that influence placement moves for children in out-of-home care (OOHC). The stability of a child’s placement has a significant impact on the child\’s wellbeing and outcomes.

Position Vacant: Women’s Health Tasmania Social Worker

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Women’s Health Tasmania (WHT) is seeking a Social Worker. This role is offered on a part time (nine-day fortnight) basis and works from the Hobart/nipaluna office. Salary is SCHADS Level 5 or 6, dependent on experience. Social Workers graduating this December can apply.

Positions Vacant: Health Justice Australia

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Health Justice Australia are recruiting a Practice Development Lead, Policy Advocacy Lead, and Research and Evaluation Lead. High-degree of flexibility including hours per week and location.