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A bit about us...

We are a WA charity, with close to 40 years’ experience in delivering safe, engaging and inclusive camp and program opportunities for people facing exceptional challenges or living with a disability.  Our services are designed to help build essential life skills, connections, confidence and friendships, to improve wellbeing and increase the potential for those we support to live their best life! 

“Our vision is an inclusive community, where people have opportunities to connect, learn and celebrate.  If you strive for the same, consider joining our team and be part of a market leader in experiential learning opportunities through inclusive camps and programs.  Together we can change lives for the better.”  – Jess Karlsson Cahoots CEO

Join a rapidly growing NFP impacting over 2,000 vulnerable Western Australians currently. 

Get in Cahoots with us...

Safeguarding is at our core

At Cahoots, we have a legal, moral and Mission-driven responsibility to protect children, young people and adults at risk from harm and to ensure that any incidents of suspected abuse are promptly and appropriately managed.

In addition to meeting core functions, duties and responsibilities as outlined in position descriptions, you are also required to meet the behaviour standards outlined in our Code of Conduct, and comply with all aspects of our Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable People Policy and Procedures.
For more information regarding safeguarding  click here


We are a values driven organisation

Along with safeguarding as a top priority, Cahoots  team members have shared values of trust, inclusion and collaboration.
Cahoots will be an excellent fit for you, if the statements below resonate with you:
A focus on continuous improvement and being a life-long learner.  
– Experience and enjoyment in fast paced and evolving work environments. 
– An excitement and drive to work with a diverse, cross-functional teams who value customer-focused outcomes.
– Genuine curiosity in other’s views, and a desire to both give and receive feedback in an open-minded, constructive, respectful and timely way. 

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Support Workers at Cahoots get involved in all the fun of our camps and programs while making a difference in our participants lives. Support Workers are an integral part of our camps and programs and are responsible for duty of care, and ensuring all participants have a fun, safe and rewarding camp or program experience. These roles are focused on service delivery, which is after hours, weekends and during school holidays.

Support workers work directly with our participants, their main responsibilities are:

  • Providing support to participants on overnight camps and day programs to the highest quality adhering to all Cahoots policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Getting involved in activities on camps and day programs, ensuring exceptional experiences for all participants, their needs and goals are considered, and volunteer leaders are engaging appropriately.
  • Providing a high level of personal care of participants including, but not limited to toileting and showering.
  • Prioritise participants’ safety, safeguarding, personal needs and goals when delivering all activities.
  • Proactively deescalate potential conflict and behavioural triggers in participants and leaders and to resolve conflict and demonstrate behaviour management skills.

Being a Support Worker at Cahoots is a unique and flexible employment opportunity that can work around another job or study.   Support Workers have the opportunity to progress to Facilitator or other permanent roles in Cahoots.  

To apply for this role, send through a copy of your resume and a cover letter to workforce@cahoots.org.au, detailing why you will make an awesome member of the Cahoots team!

Cahoots is looking for highly organised, experienced and caring professionals with a passion for delivering great experiences for  people who face exceptional challenges.

Facilitators have experience working with  people living with disabilities and shares Cahoots aspiration to provide awesome participant experiences, ensuring their needs are met, their goals are considered and volunteers are engaging appropriately.  

The Facilitator is an experienced leader, used to managing groups of people, dealing with challenging situations and displays good decision making skills. 

Facilitators run our activities on-site which includes: 

  • Facilitating overnight camps and day programs to the highest quality adhering to all Cahoots policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Facilitating activities on camps and day programs, ensuring exceptional experiences for all participants, their needs and goals are considered, and staff and volunteer leaders are engaging appropriately.
  • Providing a high level of personal care of participants including, but not limited to toileting and showering.
  • Provide friendly, professional and high quality customer service to parents/guardians and other stakeholders, ensuring Cahoots’ brand is maintained at the highest level
  • Coordinates support staff and volunteer leaders during service delivery, creating exceptional experiences through providing leadership, guidance, feedback, and support.
  • Prioritise participants’ safety, safeguarding, personal needs and goals when delivering all activities.
  • Administer and record medication for all participants according to the Cahoots Medication form requirements inc. duel signing and witnessing.
  • Completion of university and other student placement booklets for volunteer leaders whilst on services.

 

Being a Facilitator at Cahoots is a unique and flexible employment opportunity that can work around another job or study. Giving you the chance to make a difference to chance to make a difference in a young persons life, while having lots of fun! 

To apply for this role, send through a copy of your resume and a cover letter to workforce@cahoots.org.au detailing why you will make an awesome member of the Cahoots team!

Cahoots is looking for highly organised, experienced service professionals with a passion for creating great experiences for  people who face exceptional challenges. This role is key in the design and planning of Cahoots services and driving the growth of the organisation. 

Unique and flexible employment opportunities offering career progression and the chance to make an impact to WA families. 

To apply for this role, send through a copy of your resume and a cover letter to workforce@cahoots.org.au detailing why you will make an awesome member of the Cahoots team!

Cahoots First Nations’ Reference Group:

This First Nations’ Reference Group provide advice to Cahoots regarding new and existing services, strategic priorities and decisions across all levels of the organisation, to increase Cahoots cultural safety, inclusion and appropriateness for all First Nations’ people.

Parents and Carers Reference Group:

This Reference Group is comprised of customers and users of Cahoots services, Cahoots staff and industry experts.  The Reference Group facilitates Parents and Carers feedback on our programs and Camps.
To express an interest in joining our Parents and Carers Reference Group, please email our Customer Experience Coordinator – lilou@cahoots.org.au 

Governance, Risk, Audit and Quality (GRAQ) Subcommittee

Finance and Audit Subcommittee (FASC)

To express interest in joining one of our subcommittees, please email our Executive Assistant – ash@cahoots.org.au  

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