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Kurbingui is an Aboriginal community based and driven not for profit organisation that offers services to the Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander community members, families, children and young people living within the Greater Brisbane, Moreton Bay and South East Regions.

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Bail Support Practitioner – Intensive Bail Initiative (IBI)

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Kurbingui Youth Development Ltd
Caboolture, Brisbane QLD
Indigenous & Multicultural Services (Community Services & Development)
Full time
$35 – $44.99 per hour

Bail Support Practitioner – Intensive Bail Initiative (IBI)

Please note that it is a genuine occupational requirement that this position be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person in accordance with s25 of the Anti-discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). However, other applications may be considered.

Other IBI positions available – please search and apply directly for your role of interest:

  • Team Leader  – Intensive Bail Program (IBI) & Youth teams

Location: Caboolture office, Moreton Bay region

Do you want to make a difference?

Kurbingui Youth & Family Development is a not-for-profit Aboriginal community-controlled organisation.

Established in 2001, we have continued to grow in the number of services delivered to the community in areas such as employment and training, family support, domestic and family violence, alcohol and substance abuse, cultural education and engagement, support targeting successful educational outcomes for families and children and young people from preschool to tertiary, recreation and sports, early years, youth, women and men, cultural group activities, social, emotional well-being – suicide prevention, crisis response and treatment and health and nutrition.

Intensive Bail Initiative (IBI)

The purpose of the Intensive Bail Initiative (IBI) is about reconnecting young people and healing young peoples’ connections. The initiative responds to the needs of young people who are known repeat / recidivist offenders with complex needs and their family members. The aim is to support young people on bail, including those who are subject to a Conditional Bail Program (CBP) or Electronic Monitoring trial as a condition of bail. Support is available to young people in contact with the Queensland Police Service / Youth Justice Co-Responder Team (CRT) through the Community Co-Responder component of IBI.

The role

The Bail Support Practitioner supports young people to successfully complete their bail/order and meet any conditions related to that, whilst also addressing the issues which may be bringing them into conflict with the law. The role provides practical, mainly outreach, support to young people in line with their case plan and in consultation with the Kurbingui IBI team and other key stakeholders.

The Bail Support Workers are required to work on a rotating shift roster including evenings and weekends.



  • Identify as an Aboriginal & or Torres Strait Islander person.
  • Qualifications and/or equivalent professional experience in Social Work, Human Services, Psychology, Behavioural Science, Social Science, Health, Youth Work, Community Services or relevant field.
  • An extensive understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and protocols and the issues which impact upon them in contemporary society.
  • Demonstrated experience in bail support and crisis response, specifically with young people, including complex trauma-based behaviour management, case management and referral pathways.
  • Knowledge of or ability to rapidly acquire technical understanding of relevant legislation and regulations; specifically Youth Justice and Child Safety.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide appropriate information on a range of services and referral pathways available for young people and families specific to their circumstances. Including accommodation, counselling, family support, legal, education, employment, drugs and alcohol.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively plan, organise and coordinate own workload.
  • Effective communication, administration, database entry and report-writing skills.


  • Knowledge of local community protocols and established community connections within the Moreton Bay geographical catchments
  • Experience in collaborative program arrangements with relevant agencies, other service providers, and key stakeholders.
  • Facilitation skills or willingness to develop these skills through formal and informal training

How to apply?

  • If this opportunity sounds like it’s the one for you, please click ‘Apply Now’ and provide a copy of your current resume and a cover letter outlining your ability to meet the Requirements listed above.
  • Applications that do not address these requirements will not be considered.
  • Address all applications to Lisa Russell, HR Advisor, Kurbingui Youth & Family Development.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No agencies please.

Please note: We review applications on a rolling basis.

You will receive a competitive remuneration package and salary sacrifice options in line with the ‘Fisher’ & ‘316 Regulation’ pay scale and Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award.

A copy of the position description can be requested from Lisa Russell, on

Employment is conditional upon maintaining a clear personal history screening checks throughout employment.

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