Amy Townsend

Job Description
  • To co-ordinate and manage a mobile outreach children’s service to children and families living within the Walgett Shire
  • To Coordinate the work of Mobile Assistants in the delivery of the Children’s Mobile Service (CMS) in the designated towns, working towards the following
goals:
  • to bring people with small children together to share ideas, improve skills, disseminate information, and meet others in the same situation
  • to assist in the child’s development of a positive self-image and skills in social, physical, health and cultural areas
  • Ensure the mobile service abides by the statutory requirements of the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998
  • Ensure the service abides by the current Children’s Services Regulations
  • Ensure mobile service staff compliance with the Code of Conduct and Early Childhood Australia’s Code of Ethics at all times
Qualifications
  • Certificate 3, Community Services (Children’s Services)
  • Diploma Children’s Services
  • Diploma of Out of School Hours Care
  • Bachelor of Teaching in Early Childhood Education (graduating in 2017)
  • What do you like about working in your job at WAMS
  • I enjoy working at WAMS because I like being part of a larger organisation that contributes so much to the community

Administration

33 Wee Waa St

Clinic

37 Pitt St

Dental

Dundas St

Goonimoo

Lot 1 Dundas St

Programs

37 – 47 Wee Waa St

Accommodation

Dundas Street

Chronic Disease

29 Wee Waa St

Community Garden

Corner of Arthur and Duff Streets