Environmental health professional
Environmental Health Professionals perform a variety of tasks related to occupational and environmental health. They may develop and implement policies to monitor and improve environmental health and safety, or they may take a more legislative tack and work on developing wide-ranging environmental and occupational health policies. These professionals can also be found in a human resources capacity, assisting individuals who have been injured on the job.
Community arts worker
Community Arts Workers are vital to the community. They develop strategies and programs to help the people of the area during difficult times. These programs are designed to provide aid for financial, social and economically troubled individuals through education, programs and other important community resources. Community Arts Workers provide a valuable and necessary service to those in the community.
Disabled Carers perform a variety of tasks and functions in order to assist disabled populations in their daily life. They may assist clients with personal care, household chores, medical support and acting as a companion to them. They should be compassionate, attentive and proactive.
Diversional Therapists, also known as Recreational Therapists, use recreation and leisure programs to help people enjoy life in good health. Diversional Therapists work with clients of all ages and abilities. Through programs and support activities, Diversional Therapists improve clients’ physical and psychological wellbeing.
Recreation Officers, also known as welfare, recreation, and community arts workers, assist individuals and families with financial, emotional, or social difficulties in a variety of ways. They may assess current living situations and environments and offer advice on ways to improve those situations. They also work to secure food, housing, and other social benefits and help with access to job training and education.
Refuge Workers, also known as special care workers, work with children and adults in a variety of capacities. They may work with high-risk children who live in residential facilities, group homes, or correctional facilities, or they may provide emotional and psychological support to people who live in refuges.
Social Workers provide a key function in society as they work to help families, individuals as well as groups address a range of problems. In this capacity, they work to help address social problems and human rights issues. They may be called upon to help very diverse groups of people in a variety of ways. The goal is always to improve the situation of those in need of assistance.
Welfare case worker
Welfare Case Workers, also known as welfare, recreation, and community arts workers, assist individuals and families with financial, emotional, or social difficulties in a variety of ways. They may assess current living situations and environments and offer advice on ways to improve those situations. They also work to secure food, housing, and other social benefits and help with access to job training and education.
Welfare services manager
Welfare Services Managers, also known as health services managers, perform work that is mostly administrative in nature. These professionals work at a management level to plan, implement, and coordinate various health and welfare programs and services.
Welfare support worker
Welfare Support Workers support individuals and families with emotional, financial, or social difficulties. They may directly help secure housing or food or refer clients to agencies that can provide additional services. They also frequently do larger coordination and management work for welfare agencies.