A Career With Us

We are always looking for new and enthusiastic individuals to join our team and help us continue our mission.

Current Roles

The Therapeutic Specialist will act as a specialist therapeutic consultant and practitioner within the therapeutic residential care program.....
The Therapeutic Specialist will act as a specialist therapeutic consultant and practitioner within the therapeutic residential care program.....
Junction has opened its doors to Wodonga's very own Youth Space, and Wodonga's first Social Enterprise, Close Collective Café.....
The Children’s Case Manager is responsible for effective functioning of the first two support levels and referring children into the third and fourth support levels.....
Residential Youth Workers contribute and collaborate with the entire team who are supporting a young person.....

Volunteer With Junction

Are you passionate about making positive change in the lives of young people? Could you be a mentor for young people living independently?

Junction is seeking enthusiastic volunteers to take on a Live-In Mentor (Lead Tenant) role with young people exiting the Out of Home Care system.

The Live-In Mentor program is a unique program that connects at-risk youth with volunteer adult mentors. Mentors, also known as “Lead Tenants”, reside in a property with one to two young people.

In this space, Live-In Mentors will exhibit positive role modelling and share basic living skills such as cooking, budgeting and house maintenance, whilst still maintaining the freedom to engage in work or study.

The young people participating in this program are aged between 16-18 years and are seeking to transition into independent living after exiting residential care. The Lead Tenant program seeks to empower young people experiencing disadvantage by giving them the tools to continue to lead healthy, independent lives.

For more information on the Live in Mentor role, including training and assessment process, please contact Kat Hodgens (Homelessness and Specialist Youth Services, Service Manager ) at Katharine.hodgens@junction.org.au or 0260437400, or visit our website https://junction.org.au/ Volunteer with us.

The L2P Program is a community-based initiative developed to assist young learner drivers, who do not have access to a supervising driver or a vehicle because of financial, personal, or family circumstances to obtain their Victorian Probationary Car Licence. Volunteer mentor drivers are matches with a young person and they supervise them for the mandatory 120 hours and guide their development as a safe driver. Volunteers undergo a Police Check and are also required to apply for a Working With Children Check, Driver History Check and complete 10 hours of VicRoads’ training. The program operates in conjunction with Vic Roads the City of Wodonga.

To find out more about L2P, click on the links below or please phone our office on 02 6043 7400.

Volunteer Leaving Care mentors give young people who have been unable to live at home with their families and have been in out of home care the chance to develop their independent living skills, positive relationships within the community and build personal relationships and skills that prevent social isolation. Mentors help young people through support, advice, and guidance and by helping in practical ways during this transitional period of the young person’s life. 

For more information on the Leaving Care Mentor role, please contact Kat Hodgens (Homelessness and Specialist Youth Services, Service Manager at Katharine.hodgens@junction.org.au or 0260437400, or visit our website https://junction.org.au/ Volunteer with us

Student Placement

Student Placement

We have placements available in the fields of social work, youth work, community development and research. If you are a tertiary student interested in a supportive, helpful learning environment please register your interest below.

All applications will be assessed to determine if a suitable placement may be available and you will receive email updates regarding the status of your application. Those successful in gaining a student placement are required to hold a Working With Children Check and an up-to-date Police Check.

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