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Nurse Practitioner - Oncology - Griffith » Tamworth Region, New South Wales - Employment Type : Temporary Full Time (until 28 May 2028) Position Classification: Nurse Practitioner Remuneration : $ 135,591.23 - $145,181.65 per annum ( super 17.5% leave loading where applicable) Hours per Week : 38 Requisition ID: REQ468368 Applications Close: 7 March 2024 Vaccination Category: A Outstanding Experience. Infinite Opportunities . Here in the Riverina, we treasure your skills and experience and we’re ready to roll out the red carpet to welcome you to town. We’ve prepared oodles of goodies to help you move and settle in, including: Salary packaging up to $20,600 per annum tax free for living expenses Take advantage of novated leasing a new car Relocation assistance and accommodation support considerations Subsidised gym and leisure centre membership for you and your family Free confidential counselling services for you and your family Craving a fresh start somewhere new and actually interesting? Join the incredible team in the Murrumbidgee District. Jump in at a comfort level that suits you: from state-of-the-art hospital that will remind you of the city, to small multi-disciplinary health facility where you literally get to do it all. No matter where you choose, your learning will be nurtured and you’ll be well supported to operate at the top of your scope. And don’t worry - there are already oodles of young people here to welcome you: at work, in local clubs, at the pub, and down at the river There’s heaps to show your family when they come to visit, which is a breeze - you’ll be central to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. (You can always pop home for the weekend on a quick flight if you find a break in your social calendar) Want to know more about the community of Griffith? Visit us here. About Your Role The Nurse Practitioner (NP) Oncology works in collaboration with the Multidisciplinary Oncology Team providing clinical expertise to patients and staff working within the MLHD-RCCC Oncology. The NP Oncology works within a defined scope of practice operating at an advanced practice level and independently manages a range of patient conditions. The NP Oncology provides comprehensive systematic patient assessment, determines the appropriate interventions necessary to deliver advanced and holistic management of patients for treatment or symptom review and refers issues that are outside of the NP scope to the Oncology Registrar or Oncology Staff Specialist. The NP extends nursing practice by facilitating timely patient review and management of patients in the Oncology inpatient and outpatient setting at Griffith Base Hospital and other Oncology services across MLHD. The NP is an expert clinician who provides evidence-based autonomous clinical care for patients in accordance with current best evidence and relevant NSW Health and MLHD Policies Procedure and Guidelines. The scope of practice complies with NSW Health Policy Directive Nurse/Midwife Practitioners NSW PD2012_026 and the Nursery and Midwifery Board of Australia's standards for Practice. The NP Oncology role includes: Advanced comprehensive assessment Investigative and diagnostic interventions Consultation with community MLHD, RCCC, Griffith Base Hospital medical teams Referral to community health care workers and in patient medical teams Prescribing of Medicines The primary objectives of the NP are to optimise the management and coordination of oncology patients both in the outpatient oncology service and inpatient ward setting at Griffith Base hospital or Griffith community environment and actively participate in the MLHD Nurse Practitioner Governance committee and collaborate in promoting the Nurse Practitioner pathway across Local and State opportunities. Learn more about the role and requirements here. Upgrade Your Career and Lifestyle at MLHD Your application will require you to include a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and experience and why you are a good fit for this position. Go on, you’ve earned a promotion, a world-class workplace, inspiring colleagues, award-winning sta? and patient programs - all wrapped up in a rich tapestry of cultural treasures. Contact Catherine Lancaster, Nurse Unit Manager - HITH/ Oncology, Specialist Clinic Nurse on 02 6969 5531 or Catherine.lancaster1health.nsw.gov.au now for a confidential chat. New applicants must have completed the COVID-19 Primary vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate. Should a medical contraindication certificate be provided, ongoing employment post certificate expiry is conditional to meeting COVID-19 vaccination requirements. MLHD is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage all suitably qualified applicants to apply, including Aboriginal People and people from racial, ethnic, or ethno-religious minority groups and people with disability. . • Wed, 14 FebMurrumbidgee Local Health District
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Health Care Worker - Community Services (As per award) » Bendigo, Bendigo Region - Job Description Location: North West Region | Bendigo Job type: Casual Organisation: Heathcote Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Community Services Reference: VG/1749514 Heathcote Health is an integrated rural health service, providing a broad range of acute, aged care, primary health programs and home-based services to Heathcote and surrounding districts. Casual About the role Heathcote Health is inviting applications for Health Care Workers, to join our Community Services team on a casual basis. This position will assist with the provision of, customer-focused, goal outcome home and personal care services that enables clients to continue to live safely and independently in their own homes. Services provided include Personal Care, Domestic Assistance, Social Support and Respite. Previous experience or willingness to work within the Social Support Group will be highly desired. Heathcote Health provide the use of fleet cars for staff to provide services into the community Culture and Benefits Located a short drive from Bendigo and Melbourne, Heathcote is a renowned centre for its regional food and wine culture. Combined with its spectacular landscapes, unique forests and historic sites, this rural community provides a rich and diverse culture for all to enjoy. Free on-site parking is available to all staff and visitors Salary Packaging/Salary Sacrificing Fitness Passport is available to all staff members across Heathcote Health. You and your family can sign up to unlimited access to more than 120 gyms, pools and fitness facilities on your program Heathcote Health is an inclusive employer and actively encourages and welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature-age people. We are committed to providing an environment that values diversity and supports employees to reach their full potential. All appointments are subject to satisfactory police check and compliance with Heathcote Health Vaccination Policy. For further information about this position, please contact Gerry Canny on 03 5431 0828 • Sat, 02 MarHeathcote Health
24.28 – Site Supervisor – New Roads » Mackay Region, Queensland - New Roads Therapeutic Recovery Community Please See Below for Shift Details This posting is open to all qualified applicants. Our Place Society (OPS) is an organization founded on progressive and inclusive Christian values and principles. We work as a team to create a nurturing atmosphere of home and family, where all are welcome. A team approach is critical to living out our mission and values and directing our work. Reporting to the Manager of New Roads, the Site Supervisor will be responsible for assisting in the operation of our facility. Duties & Responsibilities Stay observant of the environment and provide calming intervention as required to ensure the safety of everyone and policies are being respected. Complete Team Lead monthly supervisions and other admin tasks as required. Thorough knowledge of Case management regarding implementation, responsibilities, and integrating applications. Collaborate with team/ management in program evaluation and program development. Provide first response to crisis intervention as required. Communicate with team members and Manager of New Roads and work alongside them to deescalate and resolve situations. Call for assistance when appropriate. Report all incidents, observations, and unsafe conditions through the proper channels. Provide Supervision/direction to all staff in conjunction with the Manager. Directing and supporting Team Lead Staff. Involved with onboarding and training new staff. Acts as an advocate on behalf of family members/residents, working for rightful justice and fair treatment, taking appropriate action to assist. Overseeing the Intake process of new residents. Maintain a professional yet compassionate relationship with residents. Provides frontline supervision and maintains a presence on-site. Responsible for the timely collection and reporting of site’s program fees. Overseeing that room inspections and turnovers occur regularly and timely. Upholding and modelling Our Place Society’s values and New Roads philosophy Debriefing with staff and residents following critical incidents. Participation in On-call rotation with New Roads Managers Follow all BCGEU General Services collective agreement policies. Investigate and complete any discipline/investigation meetings or discipline procedures. Follow all Island Health policies and procedures. Qualifications Education and Experience: Any post-secondary education is an asset with preference in the human and social services field in a Degree, Diploma or Certificate program such as: BSW, Mental Health Worker, Community Health Worker, Mental Health and Addiction Worker and Social Services Worker. Equivalent experience in the community social services sector with working knowledge of community support agencies and resources will be considered. Knowledge of current social issues related to homelessness, mental illness and drug addiction is essential. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in recovery and knowledge of a Therapeutic Recovery Community Skills and Abilities: Supervisory experience is required, two years is preferred in a similar position. Experience working with marginalized populations is essential. Proficient in Excel, Outlook, and Word. A clear understanding of Statistical Terms and Concepts. Comprehensive knowledge in revising program Policies and Procedures. Comprehensive knowledge of the BCGEU General Services Collective Agreement and be able to implement. Skilled in problem solving and demonstrates strong analytical abilities. Strong ability to foster an environment for employee/ resident engagement. Familiarity with related resources and other services, such as welfare system, addiction and mental health support agencies. Demonstrated ability to work with challenging behavior and stressful situations. Demonstrated ability to apply safe work procedures. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training and First Aid Certification an asset. Naloxone training an asset. Flexible and tolerant attitude to diverse cultures. Ability to work independently. Ability to communicate effectively with clients and co-workers both verbally and in writing. Effective personal boundary setting skills with both clients and co-workers. Demonstrated problem solving/organizational skills. Working Conditions/Compensation: Shifts: Full time (40 hours per week). Friday to Monday, 10-hour shifts. Note: schedule should be flexible to meet with day and night shifts and on-call rotation with Manager. Compensation : $67,200 – 75,000/annum (commensurate with experience). Benefits: Vacation accrued at a rate of 6%. Eligible for a 100% employer paid comprehensive benefits plan, including health and dental coverage, after completion of probationary period. This position is union exempt. How to Apply Eligible candidates are invited to submit a covering letter with their resume detailing their related background, experience and qualifications by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 to careersourplacesociety.com or to Our Place Society, Attention Ryan Brost, HR Manager, 919 Pandora Ave, Victoria, B.C. V8V 3P4. Please quote “File 24.28 – Site Supervisor – New Roads ” in the subject line. Please note: All applications must have a cover letter to be considered. We appreciate your time and interest in the position. However, due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Our Place Society is an equal opportunity employer. We value the diversity of the communities we serve, and are committed to engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce. Our Place Society welcomes applications from First Nation, Inuit, Métis, New Canadian, differently-abled, and LGBTQ2S communities. Registered Canadian Charity 82709 8344 RR0001 J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarOur Place Society
Community Support Worker (Casual Pool) » Kangaroo Island, SA - Community Support Worker - Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network, Kangaroo... Island Community Health Salary: WHA3 $28.52 - $28.82 per hour + 25% casual loading Casual (up to 15 March 2025), working... • Sat, 02 MarSA Health$28.52 - 28.82 per hour
Community Services Worker » Balmoral, QLD - View Position Position Details Reference Number 15373 Position Title Community Services Worker Employment... Mission Queensland is a not-for-profit community service provider that offers community support, mental health and disability... • Sat, 02 MarWesley Mission Queensland

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23.82 Site Supervisor – Housing and Shelters » Mackay Region, Queensland - This posting is open to all qualified applicants. Our Place Society (OPS) is an organization founded on progressive and inclusive Christian values and principles. We work as a team to create a nurturing atmosphere of home and family, where all are welcome. A team approach is critical to living out our mission and values and directing our work. Reporting to the Manager of Housing & Shelters, the Site Supervisor will be responsible for assisting in the operation of one of our Supported Housing or Shelter sites. Duties & Responsibilities Create a safe, welcoming, and calming environment for the family members/residents entering our facility. Stay observant of the environment and provide calming intervention as required to ensure the safety of everyone and policies are being respected. Complete initial employee performance evaluations, monthly supervisions, statistics, payroll, and other admin tasks as required. Thorough knowledge of Case management regarding implementation, responsibilities, and integrating applications. Collaborate with team/management in program evaluation and program development. Provide first response to crisis intervention as required. Communicate with team members and Manager of Housing & Shelters and work alongside them to deescalate and resolve situations. Call for assistance when appropriate. Report all incidents, observations, and unsafe conditions through the proper channels. Provide Supervision/direction to all Supported Housing or Shelter Staff in conjunction with the Manager. Directing and supporting Team Lead Staff. Involved with onboarding and training new staff. Acts as an advocate on behalf of family members/residents, working for rightful justice and fair treatment, taking appropriate action to assist. Working with family members/residents to build life skills and move toward permanent housing. Overseeing the Intake process of new residents. Keep facility in a clean and tidy state at all times. Maintain a professional yet compassionate relationship with family members. Works alongside and provides leadership, support, and training to volunteers in their roles serving family members/residents for OPS. Facilitate regularly scheduled Resident Meetings. Facilitate regularly scheduled Staff Meetings. Provides frontline supervision and maintains a presence on-site. Responsible for the timely collection and reporting of site’s program fees. Overseeing that Room Inspections and turnovers occur regularly and timely. Upholding and modelling Our Place Society’s values. Debriefing with staff and residents following critical incidents. Liaising with community and neighbour of assigned site. Participation in On-call rotation with other Site Supervisors Follow all BCGEU General Services collective agreement policies. Investigate and complete any discipline/investigation meetings or discipline procedures. Qualifications Education and Experience: Any post-secondary education is an asset with preference in the human and social services field in a Degree, Diploma or Certificate program such as: BSW, Mental Health Worker, Community Health Worker, Mental Health and Addiction Worker and Social Services Worker. Equivalent experience in the community social services sector with working knowledge of community support agencies and resources will be considered. Knowledge of current social issues related to homelessness, mental illness and drug addiction is essential. Skills and Abilities: Supervisory experience is required, two years is preferred in a similar position. Experience working with marginalized populations is essential. Proficient in Excel, Outlook, and Word. A clear understanding of Statistical Terms and Concepts. Comprehensive knowledge in revising program Policies and Procedures. Comprehensive knowledge of the BCGEU General Services Collective Agreement and be able to implement. Skilled in problem solving and demonstrates strong analytical abilities. Strong ability to foster an environment for employee/ resident engagement. Familiarity with related resources and other services, such as welfare system, addiction, and mental health support agencies. Demonstrated ability to work with challenging behavior and stressful situations. Demonstrated ability to apply safe work procedures. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training and First Aid Certification an asset. Naloxone training an asset. Flexible and tolerant attitude to diverse cultures. Ability to work independently. Ability to communicate effectively with clients and co-workers both verbally and in writing. Effective personal boundary setting skills with both clients and co-workers. Demonstrated problem solving/organizational skills. Working Conditions/Compensation: Shifts: Full time (37.5 hours per week), Monday to Friday, day shifts. May be required to work weekends – note that schedule should be flexible to meet with day and night shifts and on-call rotation with site supervisory team. Compensation : $67,200 – 75,000/annum (commensurate with experience). Benefits: 3 weeks’ vacation. Full employer paid benefits after successful completion of 3 months of employment, plus municipal pension plan. This is a union exempt position. How to Apply Eligible candidates are invited to submit a covering letter with their resume detailing their related background, experience, and qualifications by 4:30 p.m. Friday, September 1, 2023, to careersourplacesociety.com or to Our Place Society, Attention Ryan Brost, HR Manager, 919 Pandora Ave, Victoria, B.C. V8V 3P4. Please quote “File 23.82 – Site Supervisor – Housing and Shelters ” in the subject line. Please note: All applications must have a cover letter to be considered. We appreciate your time and interest in the position. However, due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Our Place Society is an equal opportunity employer. We value the diversity of the communities we serve, and are committed to engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce. Our Place Society welcomes applications from First Nation, Inuit, Métis, New Canadian, differently-abled, and LGBTQ2S communities. Registered Canadian Charity 82709 8344 RR0001 J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarOur Place Society
24.03 – Site Supervisor – Downtown Victoria Transitional Housing Site » Mackay Region, Queensland - Downtown Victoria Transitional Housing Site Please See Below for Shift Details This posting is open to all qualified applicants. Our Place Society (OPS) is an organization founded on progressive and inclusive Christian values and principles. We work as a team to create a nurturing atmosphere of home and family, where all are welcome. A team approach is critical to living out our mission and values and directing our work. Reporting to the Manager of Housing & Shelters, the Site Supervisor will be responsible for assisting in the operation of one of our Supported Housing or Shelter sites. Duties & Responsibilities Create a safe, welcoming, and calming environment for the family members/residents entering our facility. Stay observant of the environment and provide calming intervention as required to ensure the safety of everyone and policies are being respected. Complete initial employee performance evaluations, monthly supervisions, statistics, payroll, and other admin tasks as required. Thorough knowledge of Case management regarding implementation, responsibilities, and integrating applications. Collaborate with team/management in program evaluation and program development. Provide first response to crisis intervention as required. Communicate with team members and Manager of Housing & Shelters and work alongside them to deescalate and resolve situations. Call for assistance when appropriate. Report all incidents, observations, and unsafe conditions through the proper channels. Provide Supervision/direction to all Supported Housing or Shelter Staff in conjunction with the Manager. Directing and supporting all support staff. Involved with onboarding and training new staff. Acts as an advocate on behalf of family members/residents, working for rightful justice and fair treatment, taking appropriate action to assist. Working with family members/residents to build life skills and move toward permanent housing. Overseeing the Intake process of new residents. Keep facility in a clean and tidy state at all times. Maintain a professional yet compassionate relationship with family members. Works alongside and provides leadership, support, and training to volunteers in their roles serving family members/residents for OPS. Facilitate regularly scheduled Resident Meetings. Facilitate regularly scheduled Staff Meetings. Provides frontline supervision and maintains a presence on-site. Responsible for the timely collection and reporting of site’s program fees. Overseeing that Room Inspections and turnovers occur regularly and timely. Upholding and modelling Our Place Society’s values. Debriefing with staff and residents following critical incidents. Liaising with community and neighbour of assigned site. Participation in On-call rotation with other Site Supervisors Follow all BCGEU General Services collective agreement policies. Investigate and complete any discipline/investigation meetings or discipline procedures. Qualifications Education and Experience: Any post-secondary education is an asset with preference in the human and social services field in a Degree, Diploma or Certificate program such as: BSW, Mental Health Worker, Community Health Worker, Mental Health and Addiction Worker and Social Services Worker. Equivalent experience in the community social services sector with working knowledge of community support agencies and resources will be considered. Knowledge of current social issues related to homelessness, mental illness and drug addiction is essential. Skills and Abilities: Supervisory experience is required, two years is preferred in a similar position. Experience working with marginalized populations is essential. Proficient in Excel, Outlook, and Word. A clear understanding of Statistical Terms and Concepts. Comprehensive knowledge in revising program Policies and Procedures. Comprehensive knowledge of the BCGEU General Services Collective Agreement and be able to implement. Skilled in problem solving and demonstrates strong analytical abilities. Strong ability to foster an environment for employee/ resident engagement. Familiarity with related resources and other services, such as welfare system, addiction, and mental health support agencies. Demonstrated ability to work with challenging behavior and stressful situations. Demonstrated ability to apply safe work procedures. Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training and First Aid Certification an asset. Naloxone training an asset. Flexible and tolerant attitude to diverse cultures. Ability to work independently. Ability to communicate effectively with clients and co-workers both verbally and in writing. Effective personal boundary setting skills with both clients and co-workers. Demonstrated problem solving/organizational skills. Working Conditions/Compensation: Shifts: Full time (37.5 hours per week), Monday to Friday, day shifts. May be required to work weekends – note that schedule should be flexible to meet with day and night shifts and on-call rotation with site supervisory team. Compensation : $67,200 – 75,000/annum (commensurate with experience). Benefits: Vacation accrued at a rate of 6%. Eligible for a 100% employer paid comprehensive benefits plan, including health and dental coverage, after completion of probationary period. This is a union exempt position. How to Apply Eligible candidates are invited to submit a covering letter with their resume detailing their related background, experience, and qualifications by 4:30 p.m. Thursday, January 18, 2024 to careersourplacesociety.com or to Our Place Society, Attention Ryan Brost, HR Manager, 919 Pandora Ave, Victoria, B.C. V8V 3P4. Please quote “File 24.03 – Site Supervisor – Downtown Victoria Transitional Housing Site ” in the subject line. Please note: All applications must have a cover letter to be considered. We appreciate your time and interest in the position. However, due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Our Place Society is an equal opportunity employer. We value the diversity of the communities we serve, and are committed to engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce. Our Place Society welcomes applications from First Nation, Inuit, Métis, New Canadian, differently-abled, and LGBTQ2S communities. Registered Canadian Charity 82709 8344 RR0001 J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarOur Place Society
Health Care Worker - Community Services » Bendigo, Bendigo Region - Casual About the role Heathcote Health is inviting applications for Health Care Workers, to join our Community Services team on a casual basis. This position will assist with the provision of, customer-focused, goal outcome home and personal care services that enables clients to continue to live safely and independently in their own homes. Services provided include Personal Care, Domestic Assistance, Social Support and Respite. Previous experience or willingness to work within the Social Support Group will be highly desired. Heathcote Health provide the use of fleet cars for staff to provide services into the community Culture and Benefits Located a short drive from Bendigo and Melbourne, Heathcote is a renowned centre for its regional food and wine culture. Combined with its spectacular landscapes, unique forests and historic sites, this rural community provides a rich and diverse culture for all to enjoy. Free on-site parking is available to all staff and visitors Salary Packaging/Salary Sacrificing Fitness Passport is available to all staff members across Heathcote Health. You and your family can sign up to unlimited access to more than 120 gyms, pools and fitness facilities on your program Heathcote Health is an inclusive employer and actively encourages and welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature-age people. We are committed to providing an environment that values diversity and supports employees to reach their full potential. All appointments are subject to satisfactory police check and compliance with Heathcote Health Vaccination Policy. For further information about this position, please contact Gerry Canny on 03 5431 0828 • Fri, 01 MarVictorian Government
Social Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) Community Worker » Australia - and Emotional Well Being (SEWB) Community Worker that aims to practice within a primary health care framework to provide supports... SEWB Community Worker will provide one on one support to clients in a trauma informed, strengths-based approach with the... • Fri, 01 MarMiwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation$36.66 - 39.79 per hour
Families Where a Parent Has a Mental Illness Community Worker » Forest Hill, VIC - Position Title Families Where a Parent Has a Mental Illness Community Worker Employment Type Permanent Part Time... Summary Families Where a Parent Has a Mental Illness Community Worker Two Permanent part time roles - 0.8 EFT each Forest... • Fri, 01 MarEastern Health
Community Support Worker » Australia - : $1,106.10 - $1,117.80 per week - Temporary Full Time (up to 12 months) - WHA4 Multiple Positions Available The Community Support Worker Role... The Direct Care Worker (Community) will assist in providing a direct client service to persons who are aged, frail... • Fri, 01 MarSA Health
Community Support Worker (Casual Pool) Southern Fleurieu » Australia - Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network, Country Health Connect, Various locations across the Southern Fleurieu... Overview This is a great opportunity to assist clients to remain living independently within the community within a Consumer... • Fri, 01 MarSA Health$28.52 - 28.82 per hour
Workforce Development Coordinator - Environmental Health » Darwin, Darwin Region - Contract Duration: Fixed Term to 30 June 2025 Work hours: Full-Time, Monday-Friday 08:00am - 04:30pm Location: Darwin Base Salary: $102,504.10 - $114,936.55 p.a About The Organisation AMSANT is the peak body for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in the Northern Territory and advocates for equity in health, focusing on supporting the provision of high quality comprehensive primary health care services for Aboriginal communities. Benefits Salary packaging up to $15,899.94 p.a Employer Superannuation contribution 6 weeks annual leave plus 17.5% leave loading Personal/carers leave up to 10 days per year 10 days per year Study leave can be negotiated Professional Development opportunities 10 days Ceremonial leave Access to a free Employee Assistance Program for work and non-work related Role Description The Workforce Development Coordinator will lead and take carriage of a new workforce development initiative which sets out to design a community-based Aboriginal environmental health worker workforce in the Northern Territory. The Workforce Development Coordinator will work closely with a range of stakeholders including AMSANT and its Member Services, NT Health, community-based stakeholders, education providers and other relevant institutional stakeholders to co-design a trial-ready pilot model for introducing an Aboriginal environmental health worker workforce in community controlled and NT Health clinics. The workforce Development Coordinator will ensure the pilot design informs and aligns with relevant NT and national strategies including the National Agreement on Closing the Gap, the End RHD End Game Strategy, the NT Rheumatic Heart Disease Strategy, and the Trachoma Strategy. The workforce Development Coordinator will also participate in efforts to secure funding for the pilot following completion of this design phase. Responsibilities Build on work completed to date to compile a comprehensive evidence base to inform the design of the pilot project, including alignment with local and national systems and policies. Design and lead a series of focused consultation activities with community and institutional stakeholders to define the scope of the role and support needs of the proposed workforce. Engage relevant expertise to conduct training and education needs analysis, career pathways development and appropriate education providers. Lead activities to promote and advocate support for the workforce at all levels, including participation in relevant local, NT and national working groups. Develop detailed pilot program design documentation, including a pilot implementation plan, M&E plan and budget. Finalise detailed activity plans to guide the pilot design project’s implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. Provide regular project status reports and updates to facilitate timely and informed decision making by stakeholders and project governance committee. Manage Project compliance and reporting requirements. Other activities as directed by the WALS team Manager. Selection Requirements (Qualifications & Attributes) ESSENTIAL Demonstrated in-depth knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures, histories, politics, and principles of Aboriginal Community controlled health sector. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in a culturally appropriate and respectful manner. Tertiary qualifications in public health or environmental health, and/or at least 7 years’ experience leading public health and/or environmental health projects with remote Aboriginal communities. Demonstrated experience building and maintaining effective working relationships with community and institutional stakeholders including Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations, government agencies, local councils, and non-government organisations. Experience leading multi-stakeholder co-design processes will be well-regarded. Demonstrated high level project management skills. Experience developing and advocating for programs in response to community priorities. Ability to research and synthesise information for reporting to a variety of audiences. Ability to manage workflows and balance competing priorities with minimal supervision. Capacity to travel including to remote areas for extended periods. DESIRABLE Experience working in an Aboriginal Community controlled organisation. Experience in Aboriginal workforce development, education, and training. Understanding of primary health care service delivery in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory. Business development experience including development of funding proposals. Additional information: Original qualifications must be available for viewing and copies to be kept on personnel file. Applications must have an Ochre Card and a Current Police Check and/or ability to obtain these prior to commencement. The COVID-19 Safety Management Plan and other COVID – 19 related information Policy and Procedure require all AMSANT employees to have had a third COVID-19 Vaccination. Temporary or permanent exemptions apply in certain circumstances. Applicants must be able and willing to undertake travel throughout the NT and Interstate (sometimes as a light aircraft passenger) and possess a C class Driver’s Licence. How to Apply: Your application should consist of a resume and cover letter addressing the above selection criteria. Please address your cover letter to the Hiring Manager detailing why you wish to work at AMSANT, and the attributes, skills and experience you would bring to the role. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply • Fri, 01 MarEmployment Office
Social Worker - Family Therapist » Traralgon, Latrobe Valley - Community Mental Health Social Worker Latrobe Valley Community Mental Health Service Part time available Opportunities for career advancement Based in Gippsland, Latrobe Regional Health are looking for a Social Worker to join our Intensive Community Complex Care Program Latrobe Valley Community Mental Health team on a part time, ongoing basis. Reporting to the Clinical Lead (Nurse Practitioner), the Social Worker Intake Intensive Community Complex Care Program will play an important role in the delivery of mental health services to clients and their families of Latrobe Valley. The Social Worker works closely with the ICMHP, consumers and families to provide a high level of family intervention, complex family intake/assessments, structured family work/interventions/counselling, education, resources and single session family services to consumers/families accessing this program through outpatient clinics, telehealth clinics and the provision of a high level of specialist advice and consultation. LRH employees enjoy access to: Free access to our Staff Wellbeing Centre offering a range of health education and wellbeing services Access to ongoing development through daily education sessions, bespoke training and career & study support. Tailored flexible work options to support work life balance, including ADO’s, 5 weeks leave, regional salary packaging and additional purchased leave. Fantastic social club activities and diverse and inclusive workplace activities Workplace Wellbeing programs and activities uniquely designed for LRH staff We are looking for candidates with: Degree or Diploma in Social Work and eligibility or other qualification acceptable for membership to AASW Minimum 2 years post registration experience in Mental Health field Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well as part of a team For more information about this exciting opportunity, we encourage you to contact Paul Cruickshank on (03) 5128 0100 for a confidential discussion. Please Note: Applications will be assessed as we receive them, with interviews commencing as soon as suitable candidates are received and the position may be filled during the advertisement period. Advertising may cease prior to the closing date. About LRH LRH was proud to be the recipient of the 2022 Premier’s Health Service of the Year (Medium) Award . This prestigious award recognises the amazing work of our team in driving change and improvement in the health outcomes for the Victorian community. We are located 150 km east of Melbourne, and LRH is the regional provider of a broad range of specialist health services including hospital based, sub-acute and mental health services across Gippsland. Now is an exciting time to join the LRH team, with $217 million expansion nearing completion, offering improved maternity and paediatric facilities, larger intensive care unit, increase medical and surgical beds and additional operating theatres. Explore all the great things happening at LRH – www.lrh.com.au and take the next step on your career journey by submitting your application for this and other roles here - https://lrh.mercury.com.au Diversity and Inclusion We actively embrace workforce diversity, equity and inclusion, and encourage applications from across our community, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. LRH’s Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Officer is available to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent applicants and can be contacted on (03) 5173 8653. IMPORTANT: All staff employed in the healthcare sector are required to be vaccinated for 3 COVID-19 doses and current season influenza vaccination, unless a valid medical exemption applies. • Fri, 01 MarLatrobe Regional Hospital
Anglican Community Engagement Worker » Hindmarsh, SA - with the Anglican Community Based at the Magdalene Centre on Gilbert Street with some travel across Metropolitan Adelaide... opportunities across the organisation Discounted motor vehicles and gym memberships BUPA and Medibank health cover discounts... • Fri, 01 MarAnglicareSA
Clinical Lead » Kalgoorlie Region, Western Australia - Social Worker, MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Perth CBD Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or Community Worker TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Mandurah Area, Bunbury Region - Social Worker, MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Perth CBD Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or Community Worker TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Perth Region, Western Australia - Social Worker, MH Nurse, or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Port Hedland Social Worker, Psychologist or Mental Health Nurse TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Regional Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. Great $$$ Super Salary Packaging Generous Regional Allowance $$ If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Perth, Perth Region - Social Worker, MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Perth CBD Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or Community Worker TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Kalgoorlie Region, Western Australia - Social Worker, MH Nurse, or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Port Hedland Social Worker, Psychologist or Mental Health Nurse TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Regional Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. Great $$$ Super Salary Packaging Generous Regional Allowance $$ If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Broome Region, Western Australia - Social Worker, MH Nurse, or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Port Hedland Social Worker, Psychologist or Mental Health Nurse TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. Great $$$ Super Salary Packaging Generous Regional Allowance $$ If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Perth Region, Western Australia - Social Worker, MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Perth CBD Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or Community Worker TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Perth, Perth Region - Social Worker, MH Nurse, or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Port Hedland Social Worker, Psychologist or Mental Health Nurse TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Regional Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. Great $$$ Super Salary Packaging Generous Regional Allowance $$ If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » East Pilbara Area, Broome Region - Social Worker, MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Perth CBD Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or Community Worker TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Mandurah Area, Bunbury Region - Social Worker, MH Nurse, or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Port Hedland Social Worker, Psychologist or Mental Health Nurse TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Regional Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. Great $$$ Super Salary Packaging Generous Regional Allowance $$ If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » Broome Region, Western Australia - Social Worker, MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Perth CBD Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or Community Worker TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Clinical Lead » East Pilbara Area, Broome Region - Social Worker, MH Nurse, or Psychologist or similar required for Team Leadership positions based in Port Hedland Social Worker, Psychologist or Mental Health Nurse TEAM LEADER & MANAGERS THE POSITION: Stream Healthcare is recruiting Social Workers, Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses or Community Workers for a number of positions based in Regional Western Australia This position would suit experienced Team Leaders OR a Mental Health and Clinically experienced candidates that are looking to take their Senior experience to the next step You will be overseeing and working closely with either a clinical team or non-clinical team, focussed around the overall mental health and wellbeing of service users/clients. Great $$$ Super Salary Packaging Generous Regional Allowance $$ If you are interested in any of the above positions, please call or email today for a confidential chat OR APPLY NOW SELECTION CRITERIA Fully qualified Social Worker, Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse or similar Leadership or Senior experience in Mental Health or Community Services The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check Stream Healthcare is an Australian owned and operated Recruitment company, specialising in Mental Health, Social Work and Community Service focussed recruitment Contact the team today for further details on this, and other vacancies Contact Emilie Armarego emiliestreamhealthcare.com.au (08) 6244 3339 • Thu, 29 FebStream Recruitment Group Pty Ltd
Social Worker (Community & Inpatients) Victor Harbor » Victor Harbor, SA - to Everyone Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network - Community and Allied Health, Victor Harbor Salary: AHP2 $86,950 to $100,729 p... position will provide services to inpatients and in the community The Social Worker works under reduced clinical direction... • Thu, 29 FebGovernment of South Australia$86950 - 100729 per year
Psychologist or Social Worker or Occupational Therapist - Senior or Clinical Nurse Consultant (ATODS Coordinator), Cairns Acute and Community Services , Queensland Health » Cairns, QLD - and Community Services team. We have a current vacancy as Psychologist or Social Worker or Occupational Therapist - Senior.... Our staff are a part of the community we serve, and we strongly believe that health outcomes are enhanced by involving... • Thu, 29 FebQueensland Government
Community Care Worker » Townsville, QLD - A welcoming and inclusive environment where you'll always feel part of a team Job Description The Role As Community Care... Worker you will be responsible for providing outreach support services, including advocacy, provision of information... • Thu, 29 FebSt Vincent de Paul Society National Council of Australia
Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Worker » Port Pirie, Port Augusta Region - Yorke and Northern Local Health Network, Port Pirie Multi-classed Salary: $66,590 - 70,968 p.a. - OPS3 or $57,842 - $62,221 p.a. - OPS2 Employment Full time - Temporary Contract (up to 28 June 2024) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply Overview The Yorke and Northern Local Health Network (YNLHN) has a strong commitment to provide accessible, effective and meaningful services to Aboriginal families, individuals and communities living in and visiting the region. YNLHN acknowledges the cultural and social determinants of health and particular complexities affecting the health and well-being of Aboriginal people and the need for a holistic and multi-faceted health approach to service design and delivery. We have a great opportunity for an Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Health Worker who will work under supervision, to support and embed a stronger, more sustainable approach to support Aboriginal clients in a primary health setting and delivering cultural safe care. Working as part of a primary health care team to contribute to population health they will: work with both community and services providing advice, information and assistance for prevention, early identification and harm minimisation for drug and alcohol related issues. promote drug and alcohol related services, health education and support to the Aboriginal community in the mid north area. assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes and services to meet the needs of Aboriginal people working in conjunction with relevant community groups, health workers and organisations. assist in a multidisciplinary team approach to family health, wellness and safety. extensive liaison is required in respect to other individuals and departments, both within and outside the organisation to ensure clients receive referral to appropriate services that meet their needs. The position also acts as a ‘cultural broker’ between clients and services to provide support and advocacy and ensure services are provided that are sensitive and considerate of Aboriginal culture. the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Health Worker will assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes to meet the needs of Aboriginal people and work in conjunction with relevant community groups, health workers and organisations. Eligibility Applicants must be enrolled in or willing to undertake studies in Certificate IV in Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice and be willing to undertake further education, training and other professional development activities relevant to the position. Previous experience in providing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people including communities and groups and experience in recognising issues related to mental health, grief, loss and trauma associated with forced removal and the development of appropriate solutions to address the same essential. Knowledge of Aboriginal culture, models of care and issues related to health service delivery and knowledge of resources/organisations, especially those relating to drug and alcohol, social and emotional wellbeing and mental health services available to aboriginal people also essential. Important Information Please note that this position is multi-classed as either a OPS3 or OPS2 and classification will be determined by qualifications and experience. A career in the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network offers many great lifestyle benefits, including diverse job prospects and the opportunity to fast track your skills and career, not to mention your choice of scenery from farm, ocean, vineyards and the Southern Flinders ranges. View the below videos for more information about working for Yorke and Northern Local Health Network Yorke and Northern LHN - We care for you Work with us - Yorke and Northern LHN In addition to the annual salary and entitlements (superannuation & leave loading), we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, watch a short video about what salary packaging is. For information about Relocation Support working for SA Health can be found here. The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and appropriate immunisation requirements. Check(s) DHS Working With Children Check (WWCC) DHS National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Worker Check National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups required for this position (E.g. aged care employment or work involving vulnerable clients) Immunisation Risk for this position is - Category A (direct contact with blood or body substances) SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Please refer to the job pack below for more information on the position, responsibilities and essential minimum requirements. Job Reference: 832256. Enquiries Barbara DawPatient Journey Team LeaderPhone: 0481 476 222E-mail: barbara.dawsa.gov.au Application Closing Date 11 March 2024 - 11.55PM Attachments 832256 Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Worker Job Pack.pdf Australian applicant guidelines • Wed, 28 FebSA Health - Yorke and Northern Local Health Network
Community Mental Health Clinician Acute Care Service (Psychologist, Occupational Therapist/Social Worker Level 1/2) » Camperdown, NSW - Workers. Our main sites are at Canterbury, Croydon, Camperdown, Marrickville, and Redfern Community Health Services. The role... post mental health admission 4. Gatekeeping- developing opportunities for assessment and community treatment at key points... • Wed, 28 FebNSW Health
Support Worker - Home Care Community » Adelaide, SA - tasks and activity support. Foster a positive and inclusive environment that promotes independence and community engagement... confidentiality. About You! You are a talented and passionate Support Worker. You want to make the most of your expertise... • Tue, 27 FebACH Group$30.95 - 31.9 per hour
Social Worker (Community & Inpatients) Victor Harbor » Victor Harbor, SA - Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network - Community and Allied Health, Victor Harbor Salary: AHP2... position will provide services to inpatients and in the community The Social Worker works under reduced clinical direction... • Tue, 27 FebSA Health$86950 - 100729 per year
ABORIGINAL DRUG AND ALCOHOL WORKER » Port Pirie, Port Augusta Region - SA Health Job reference: 832256 Location: 5540 - PORT PIRIE Job status: Short Term Contract Eligibility: Open to Everyone Yorke and Northern Local Health Network, Port Pirie Multi-classed Salary: $66,590 - 70,968 p.a. - OPS3 or $57,842 - $62,221 p.a. - OPS2 Employment Full time - Temporary Contract (up to 28 June 2024) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply Overview The Yorke and Northern Local Health Network (YNLHN) has a strong commitment to provide accessible, effective and meaningful services to Aboriginal families, individuals and communities living in and visiting the region. YNLHN acknowledges the cultural and social determinants of health and particular complexities affecting the health and well-being of Aboriginal people and the need for a holistic and multi-faceted health approach to service design and delivery. We have a great opportunity for an Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Health Worker who will work under supervision, to support and embed a stronger, more sustainable approach to support Aboriginal clients in a primary health setting and delivering cultural safe care. Working as part of a primary health care team to contribute to population health they will: work with both community and services providing advice, information and assistance for prevention, early identification and harm minimisation for drug and alcohol related issues. promote drug and alcohol related services, health education and support to the Aboriginal community in the mid north area. assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes and services to meet the needs of Aboriginal people working in conjunction with relevant community groups, health workers and organisations. assist in a multidisciplinary team approach to family health, wellness and safety. extensive liaison is required in respect to other individuals and departments, both within and outside the organisation to ensure clients receive referral to appropriate services that meet their needs. The position also acts as a 'cultural broker' between clients and services to provide support and advocacy and ensure services are provided that are sensitive and considerate of Aboriginal culture. the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Health Worker will assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes to meet the needs of Aboriginal people and work in conjunction with relevant community groups, health workers and organisations. Eligibility Applicants must be enrolled in or willing to undertake studies in Certificate IV in Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice and be willing to undertake further education, training and other professional development activities relevant to the position. Previous experience in providing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people including communities and groups and experience in recognising issues related to mental health, grief, loss and trauma associated with forced removal and the development of appropriate solutions to address the same essential. Knowledge of Aboriginal culture, models of care and issues related to health service delivery and knowledge of resources/organisations, especially those relating to drug and alcohol, social and emotional wellbeing and mental health services available to aboriginal people also essential. Important Information Please note that this position is multi-classed as either a OPS3 or OPS2 and classification will be determined by qualifications and experience. A career in the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network offers many great lifestyle benefits, including diverse job prospects and the opportunity to fast track your skills and career, not to mention your choice of scenery from farm, ocean, vineyards and the Southern Flinders ranges. View the below videos for more information about working for Yorke and Northern Local Health Network Yorke and Northern LHN - We care for you Work with us - Yorke and Northern LHN In addition to the annual salary and entitlements (superannuation & leave loading), we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, watch a short video about what salary packaging is. For information about Relocation Support working for SA Health can be found here. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and appropriate immunisation requirements. Check(s) DHS Working With Children Check (WWCC) DHS National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Worker Check National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups required for this position (E.g. aged care employment or work involving vulnerable clients) Immunisation Risk for this position is - Category A (direct contact with blood or body substances) SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. Please refer to the job pack below for more information on the position, responsibilities and essential minimum requirements. Job Reference: 832256. Enquiries Barbara Daw Patient Journey Team Leader Phone: 0481 476 222 E-mail: barbara.dawsa.gov.au Application Closing Date 11 March 2024 - 11.55PM Attachments 832256 Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Worker Job Pack.pdf Australian applicant guidelines Flexibility Statement The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. • Tue, 27 FebSA Government -SA HEALTH
Community Personal Care Worker » New South Wales - around their health, happiness, independence, interests and choices. These include: Personal care Assistance to continue to live... As a Personal Care Worker with Bolton Clarke, you will enjoy: $15,900 Salary packaging + $2,650 meal and entertainment allowance... • Mon, 26 FebBolton Clarke
Community Care Worker (Casual) » Australia - to a Community Care Team Leader you will provide practical household tasks and personal assistance to older people living at home... community. You must be willing to undergo a police check, have a driver's license, your own vehicle with third party insurance... • Fri, 23 FebBayside City Council
Community Personal Care Worker » New South Wales - About the role: As a Personal Care Worker working within Newcastle, Hunter, Lake Macquarie and Surrounds... around their health, happiness, independence, interests and choices. These include: Personal care Assistance to continue to live... • Fri, 23 FebBolton Clarke
Community Personal Care Worker » New South Wales - About the role: As a Personal Care Worker working within Kiama and Surrounds you will provide assistance to our Home... Care clients, ensuring they are supported with services and activities that are centred around their health, happiness... • Fri, 23 FebBolton Clarke
Social Worker (Level 3) - Community Palliative Care » Sydney, NSW - Camperdown, NSW - end of life care at home, in the community. It is expected the Social Worker will have at least 5 years clinical...) Immunisation History Statement certifying the worker cannot have any approved COVID-19 vaccines available in NSW. A NSW Health... • Fri, 23 FebNSW Health
Community Personal Care Worker » New South Wales - About the role: As a Personal Care Worker working within Port Macquarie and Surrounds you will provide assistance... to our Home Care clients, ensuring they are supported with services and activities that are centred around their health, happiness... • Fri, 23 FebBolton Clarke
Community Service Worker » Eastwood, NSW - Sydney, NSW - Community Service Worker – HASI PLUS Permanent Full Time | Rotating Roster Location: Eastwood and North Ryde Salary... us, for as long as they need us. Find out more and . Your Opportunity We are seeking a passionate Community Service Worker... • Fri, 23 FebMission Australia$72000 per year
Disability Support Worker- Community Living (SIL) » Warabrook, NSW - with us as a Disability Support Worker. What You'll Do As a Disability Support Worker, you'll play a pivotal role in helping individuals... (including medical and allied health) to enhance the wellbeing of our customers. Meal Preparation: Preparing nutritious... • Fri, 23 FebConnectAbility Australia
Carer Peer Worker - Community Mental Health » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Part time Organisation: Peninsula Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health Reference: 35255 Great team, respectful culture & supportive management Excellent salary packaging benefits and employee benefits program Frankston, Mornington Peninsula & surrounding Classification Lived Experience Worker Level 2 Year 4 (MP35) Who We Are and What We Stand For Peninsula Health is the major metropolitan health service caring for a community of 300,000 people. Our Vision is to provide exceptional health and community care. To realise this vision we need people who strive for a sense of achievement, take an interest in their individual growth, enjoy innovation and looking for ways to improve and have a passion for communicating and connecting with others. In representing Peninsula Health, we expect all employees and volunteers to reflect our values: Be the Best, Be a Role Model, Be Open and Honest, Be Compassionate and Respectful and Be Collaborative. We are One Peninsula Health. What You Will Be Doing The Mornington Adult Community Mental Health and Intensive Treatment Teams provide community care for people aged 26-64 years who experience mental health challenges or distress and require holistic treatment and wellbeing supports. The Consumer Peer Worker role has been developed specifically for people with a personal experience of mental health challenges and recovery to provide holistic support to people accessing community mental health services and supports. Peer Workers are empathetic listeners who promote hope, choice and connection in their relationships with others. What You Need We anticipate you will have: Personal experience of mental health challenges or distress and recovery Recognition and understanding of own experiences and ability to use this to support consumers Ability to use lived/living experience expertise to support the work of the multi-disciplinary team and ensure practice is sensitive to the needs of consumers, families and carers What Next If you experience any issues signing in or registering, please feel welcome to contact us - the People Experience Team on (03) 9784 2700. Additional Requirements Peninsula Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity and promotes a workplace that welcomes and includes the unique contributions of all people. We encourage applications from individuals who identify as being Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, are culturally diverse, LGBTQIA or who have a disability to apply. We are also strongly committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments or additional support you may require during the recruitment process. To find out more about our recruitment processes, compliance obligations and to prepare your application to join our team please visit: https://www.peninsulahealth.org.au/careers/working-preparing-employment/ Please refer to salary circular for Victorian Public Mental Health Services Enterprise Agreement 2020 -2024 for salary range. Sub-grading will be based on years of experience. This role must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and meet the requirements of the Peninsula Health immunisation policy. Join Peninsula Health and help us to deliver safe, personal, effective & connected care to every person, every time. • Fri, 23 FebPeninsula Health
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advanced Health Worker, Mareeba Community Health, Rural and Remote Services - Mareeba » Manoora, Cairns - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification HW4 Workplace Location Cairns region,Far North Qld Job ad reference QLD/CAH546054 Closing date 04-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent Full Time Contact person Rhonda Gilbo Contact details 07 4092 9100 Access the National Relay Service Health Workers who take up employment with Queensland Health from intrastate, interstate or overseas may be eligible for incentive payments under the Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme. For further information regarding the Scheme and to verify eligibility, please refer to the guideline. The Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service covers a large geographic area with a diverse and growing population. The Health Service provides a wide range of primary care, acute and specialist services. Our staff are a part of the community we serve, and we strongly believe that health outcomes are enhanced by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of local health services. About us: Mareeba Community Health is based in Mareeba Hospital which includes Mareeba Hospital Rural and Remote Services, part of the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service. The Community Health Team is based at Mareeba Hospital. The Mareeba Hospital is comprised of 35 acute beds, Emergency Department, Medical/Surgical Unit, Theatre, OPERA, Community, Child and Youth Health Services, Dental Services, Aged Care Assessment Team and Memory Service, Mental Health Service and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Services. About you: In your new role you will… Proven understanding and knowledge of and sensitivity to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, including historical and current determinants for poor health and community protocols. Display good interpersonal skills and ability to liaise and communicate with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and community. Demonstrate ability to apply knowledge and skills obtained from Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care. Demonstrate ability to follow defined service quality standards, occupational health and safety policies and procedures relating to the work being undertaken to ensure high quality safe services and workplaces. Ability to manage own workload with limited supervision through their use of planning and time management showing initiative and a positive attitude. About your opportunity: In this position you will provide advanced primary health care in the prevention, early detection and management of disease in collaboration with other health professionals in response to community health needs. About your role: Establish and maintain communication networks between the health service and the community to advocate for the rights and needs of individuals and families. Identify the health care needs of individuals, groups and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of Mareeba and surrounding area. Conduct health education, health promotion, advice and information to individuals, families and the community. Develop and manage a caseload. Network and liaise with other service providers to ensure a coordinated approach to health service delivery and referral pathways. Ensure that all services are provided in a culturally appropriate, acceptable way to maintain respect. Mandatory inclusion: As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are to • Fri, 23 FebQueensland Government
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advanced Health Worker, Mareeba Community Health, Rural and Remote Services - Mareeba » Cairns Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification HW4 Workplace Location Cairns region,Far North Qld Job ad reference QLD/CAH546054 Closing date 04-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent Full Time Contact person Rhonda Gilbo Contact details 07 4092 9100 Access the National Relay Service Health Workers who take up employment with Queensland Health from intrastate, interstate or overseas may be eligible for incentive payments under the Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme. For further information regarding the Scheme and to verify eligibility, please refer to the guideline. The Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service covers a large geographic area with a diverse and growing population. The Health Service provides a wide range of primary care, acute and specialist services. Our staff are a part of the community we serve, and we strongly believe that health outcomes are enhanced by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of local health services. About us: Mareeba Community Health is based in Mareeba Hospital which includes Mareeba Hospital Rural and Remote Services, part of the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service. The Community Health Team is based at Mareeba Hospital. The Mareeba Hospital is comprised of 35 acute beds, Emergency Department, Medical/Surgical Unit, Theatre, OPERA, Community, Child and Youth Health Services, Dental Services, Aged Care Assessment Team and Memory Service, Mental Health Service and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Services. About you: In your new role you will… Proven understanding and knowledge of and sensitivity to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, including historical and current determinants for poor health and community protocols. Display good interpersonal skills and ability to liaise and communicate with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and community. Demonstrate ability to apply knowledge and skills obtained from Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care. Demonstrate ability to follow defined service quality standards, occupational health and safety policies and procedures relating to the work being undertaken to ensure high quality safe services and workplaces. Ability to manage own workload with limited supervision through their use of planning and time management showing initiative and a positive attitude. About your opportunity: In this position you will provide advanced primary health care in the prevention, early detection and management of disease in collaboration with other health professionals in response to community health needs. About your role: Establish and maintain communication networks between the health service and the community to advocate for the rights and needs of individuals and families. Identify the health care needs of individuals, groups and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of Mareeba and surrounding area. Conduct health education, health promotion, advice and information to individuals, families and the community. Develop and manage a caseload. Network and liaise with other service providers to ensure a coordinated approach to health service delivery and referral pathways. Ensure that all services are provided in a culturally appropriate, acceptable way to maintain respect. Mandatory inclusion: As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applicants are to • Fri, 23 FebQueensland Government
Carer Peer Worker - Community Mental Health » Frankston Area, Melbourne Region - • Great team, respectful culture & supportive management• Excellent salary packaging benefits and employee benefits program• Frankston, Mornington Peninsula & surrounding• Classification Lived Experience Worker Level 2 Year 4 (MP35) Who We Are and What We Stand For Peninsula Health is the major metropolitan health service caring for a community of 300,000 people. Our Vision is to provide exceptional health and community care. To realise this vision we need people who strive for a sense of achievement, take an interest in their individual growth, enjoy innovation and looking for ways to improve and have a passion for communicating and connecting with others. In representing Peninsula Health, we expect all employees and volunteers to reflect our values: Be the Best, Be a Role Model, Be Open and Honest, Be Compassionate and Respectful and Be Collaborative. We are One Peninsula Health. What You Will Be Doing The Mornington Adult Community Mental Health and Intensive Treatment Teams provide community care for people aged 26-64 years who experience mental health challenges or distress and require holistic treatment and wellbeing supports.The Consumer Peer Worker role has been developed specifically for people with a personal experience of mental health challenges and recovery to provide holistic support to people accessing community mental health services and supports. Peer Workers are empathetic listeners who promote hope, choice and connection in their relationships with others. What You Need We anticipate you will have:• Personal experience of mental health challenges or distress and recovery• Recognition and understanding of own experiences and ability to use this to support consumers• Ability to use lived/living experience expertise to support the work of the multi-disciplinary team and ensure practice is sensitive to the needs of consumers, families and carers What Next If you experience any issues signing in or registering, please feel welcome to contact us - the People Experience Team on (03) 9784 2700. Additional Requirements Peninsula Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity and promotes a workplace that welcomes and includes the unique contributions of all people. We encourage applications from individuals who identify as being Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, are culturally diverse, LGBTQIA or who have a disability to apply. We are also strongly committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people.We encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments or additional support you may require during the recruitment process. To find out more about our recruitment processes, compliance obligations and to prepare your application to join our team please visit: https://www.peninsulahealth.org.au/careers/working-preparing-employment/ Please refer to salary circular for Victorian Public Mental Health Services Enterprise Agreement 2020 -2024 for salary range. Sub-grading will be based on years of experience.This role must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and meet the requirements of the Peninsula Health immunisation policy. Join Peninsula Health and help us to deliver safe, personal, effective & connected care to every person, every time. • Fri, 23 FebPeninsula Health
Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Engagement Worker » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Part - time (0.6 FTE), fixed term until June 2025 $41.52 per hour super salary packaging Work for a multi-award-winning iconic community health organisation Generous salary packaging options to reduce your cohealth taxable income So why cohealth? cohealth leads the way in reducing health and social inequity in partnership with people and the communities in which they live. Named Premier's Health Service of the Year (Primary) and the Supporting LGBTIQ Health Service at the Victorian Public Healthcare Awards, cohealth's 1000 staff demonstrate courage, leadership, innovation, and agility in their commitment to providing inclusive and culturally safe health services that protect the human rights of all people of all gender identities, sexualities, ages, cultural backgrounds, faiths, and abilities. Our inclusive workplace culture enables staff to bring their whole selves to work, where uniqueness is valued, and people experience a feeling of belonging. Our aim is for everyone to thrive in their role. Please click here to find out more. About the role The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Engagement Worker engages and develops relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with complex physical health and social support needs who face significant barriers to accessing services. This is an identified position, therefore only Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply. Please refer to the Position Description for more information. Your duties include: Participate in assertive street outreach activities Act as an advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients/groups of clients as appropriate, particularly those who are homeless and/or have complex health and social wellness needs Provide harm reduction education, advocacy, referral, needles/syringes and other injecting and disposal equipment to clients to support safer use and disposal through all modalities, onsite site, outreach, and dispensing machines Link individuals into appropriate ongoing community services, including culturally specific, mental health, social support, and health services. What cohealth offers: Generous salary packaging options to suit you - tax free amount of up to $15,900 p.a (mortgage, rent, or credit cards) and a further $2,650 p.a (meal, entertainment expenses and holiday accommodation). Salary packaging reduces your cohealth taxable income, meaning you pay less tax on your cohealth income A generous rewards program from our salary packaging provider Exciting Parental leave benefits cohealth offers primary carers 14 weeks paid parental leave upon completion of only 6 months of continuous service Eligible co-workers will continue to receive superannuation on unpaid parental leave as well Novated Leasing available Discounts for health and wellbeing activities, such as gym memberships, health clubs products, and spas Free staff Immunisations and Vaccines Counselling services for you and your immediate family through our EAP-Access provider, and mindfulness, resilience, and wellbeing programs We offer inclusion, equality, and opportunity in a workplace where making a difference counts (based on our guiding principles and values) Career development and continuous learning opportunities/mentoring with senior clinicians Our ideal candidate: Must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent A relevant tertiary qualification such as Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health worker, community development, health promotion, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Officer, Social Work or equivalent experience in the housing, mental health, AOD, disability or welfare sectors, a lived experience is highly valued Demonstrated knowledge of Aboriginal health and culture and ability to communicate effectively with the client group All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Police Check, a Working With Children Check (WWCC), complete a Statutory Declaration, evidence of legal rights to work in Australia, and evidence of vaccination against COVID-19 (3 doses). Additionally, some roles will also require current AHPRA registration and/or NDIS Worker Screening Clearance. Roles that are determined to be Risk Category A or B [staff that have direct and/or indirect contact with body substances and are at higher risk of occupational exposure to infections] will be required to provide evidence of immunisation assessment including Influenza prior to commencement [A] or within 12 weeks of commencement [B]. This is in accordance with the Victorian Minister of Health Mandatory Vaccination Orders for COVID-19 and legislated requirement for influenza vaccination. Application Process Click on apply now to be directed to our careers page. You will be asked to upload your CV/ resume and answer the Key Selection Criteria in the Cover Letter. We will be conducting interviews for this role as suitable applications are received. This campaign will close on the mentioned date at 10.00 PM. If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact Jill Tejada jill.tejadacohealth.org.au . To apply for this job go to: https://cohealthcareers.org.au & enter ref code: 6546143. Applications close 05 March 2024 . • Fri, 23 Febcohealth
Community Support Worker » New South Wales - . About the Role CareSouth is seeking a casual Community Support Worker in the Shoalhaven region. As a Community Support... engage and connect with their community. A great Community Support Worker will fill the following criteria... • Thu, 22 FebCareSouth
Carer Peer Worker - Community Mental Hea » Mornington, VIC - Frankston, VIC - Position Details Reference Number 35255 Position Title Carer Peer Worker - Community Mental Health Employment... Classification Lived Experience Worker Level 2 Year 4 (MP35)* Who We Are and What We Stand For Peninsula Health is the major... • Thu, 22 FebPeninsula Health
Social Worker Level 1 / 2 - Community Mental Health - Sutherland MHS » Sutherland, NSW - Social Worker Level 1/2 - Team 3 Community Mental Health - Sutherland Mental Health Service Employment... through demonstrated behaviours and interactions with patients, clients and employees. The Community Mental Health ( CMH... • Thu, 22 FebNSW Health$70944 - 101211 per year
Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Engagement Worker » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Part - time (0.6 FTE), fixed term until June 2025 $41.52 per hour super salary packaging Work for a multi-award-winning iconic community health organisation Generous salary packaging options to reduce your cohealth taxable income So why cohealth? cohealth leads the way in reducing health and social inequity in partnership with people and the communities in which they live. Named Premier's Health Service of the Year (Primary) and the Supporting LGBTIQ Health Service at the Victorian Public Healthcare Awards, cohealth's 1000 staff demonstrate courage, leadership, innovation, and agility in their commitment to providing inclusive and culturally safe health services that protect the human rights of all people of all gender identities, sexualities, ages, cultural backgrounds, faiths, and abilities. Our inclusive workplace culture enables staff to bring their whole selves to work, where uniqueness is valued, and people experience a feeling of belonging. Our aim is for everyone to thrive in their role. Please click here to find out more. About the role The Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Engagement Worker engages and develops relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with complex physical health and social support needs who face significant barriers to accessing services. This is an identified position, therefore only Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply. Please refer to the Position Description for more information. Your duties include: Participate in assertive street outreach activities Act as an advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients/groups of clients as appropriate, particularly those who are homeless and/or have complex health and social wellness needs Provide harm reduction education, advocacy, referral, needles/syringes and other injecting and disposal equipment to clients to support safer use and disposal through all modalities, onsite site, outreach, and dispensing machines Link individuals into appropriate ongoing community services, including culturally specific, mental health, social support, and health services. What cohealth offers: Generous salary packaging options to suit you - tax free amount of up to $15,900 p.a (mortgage, rent, or credit cards) and a further $2,650 p.a (meal, entertainment expenses and holiday accommodation). Salary packaging reduces your cohealth taxable income, meaning you pay less tax on your cohealth income A generous rewards program from our salary packaging provider Exciting Parental leave benefits cohealth offers primary carers 14 weeks paid parental leave upon completion of only 6 months of continuous service Eligible co-workers will continue to receive superannuation on unpaid parental leave as well Novated Leasing available Discounts for health and wellbeing activities, such as gym memberships, health clubs products, and spas Free staff Immunisations and Vaccines Counselling services for you and your immediate family through our EAP-Access provider, and mindfulness, resilience, and wellbeing programs We offer inclusion, equality, and opportunity in a workplace where making a difference counts (based on our guiding principles and values) Career development and continuous learning opportunities/mentoring with senior clinicians Our ideal candidate: Must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent A relevant tertiary qualification such as Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health worker, community development, health promotion, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison Officer, Social Work or equivalent experience in the housing, mental health, AOD, disability or welfare sectors, a lived experience is highly valued Demonstrated knowledge of Aboriginal health and culture and ability to communicate effectively with the client group All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Police Check, a Working With Children Check (WWCC), complete a Statutory Declaration, evidence of legal rights to work in Australia, and evidence of vaccination against COVID-19 (3 doses). Additionally, some roles will also require current AHPRA registration and/or NDIS Worker Screening Clearance. Roles that are determined to be Risk Category A or B [staff that have direct and/or indirect contact with body substances and are at higher risk of occupational exposure to infections] will be required to provide evidence of immunisation assessment including Influenza prior to commencement [A] or within 12 weeks of commencement [B]. This is in accordance with the Victorian Minister of Health Mandatory Vaccination Orders for COVID-19 and legislated requirement for influenza vaccination. Application Process Click on apply now to be directed to our careers page. You will be asked to upload your CV/ resume and answer the Key Selection Criteria in the Cover Letter. We will be conducting interviews for this role as suitable applications are received. This campaign will close on the mentioned date at 10.00 PM. If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact Jill Tejada jill.tejadacohealth.org.au. • Thu, 22 FebTalent Propeller
Community Aged Care Casual Support Worker » Port Augusta, SA - required – training & development provided About CSI Community Support Incorporated is a leading provider of home care services in... the disability and aged care sectors, as well as support coordination. We have been providing services in the community... • Wed, 21 FebCommunity Support Incorporated
Community Aged Care Casual Support Worker » Australia - required – training & development provided About CSI Community Support Incorporated is a leading provider of home care services in... the disability and aged care sectors, as well as support coordination. We have been providing services in the community... • Wed, 21 FebCommunity Support Incorporated
Youth Development Hub - Support Worker - Community Programs » Port Lincoln, SA - of vulnerability. We act for humanity. About the role The primary role of the Support Worker is client and stakeholder engagement... Ability to work collaboratively with clients & volunteers within community services sector Ability to resolve conflict and work... • Wed, 21 FebAustralian Red Cross
Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Worker » Port Pirie, Port Augusta Region - Yorke and Northern Local Health Network, Port Pirie Multi-classed Salary: $66,590 - $70,968 p.a. - OPS3 | $57,842 - $62,221 p.a. - OPS2 Temporary Full Time (up to 30 June 2024) Aboriginal Specific role - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply Overview The Yorke and Northern Local Health Network (YNLHN) has a strong commitment to provide accessible, effective and meaningful services to Aboriginal families, individuals and communities living in and visiting the region. YNLHN acknowledges the cultural and social determinants of health and particular complexities affecting the health and well-being of Aboriginal people and the need for a holistic and multi-faceted health approach to service design and delivery. In the role of Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Worker, you will provide services and programs to Aboriginal people and their families with social and emotional wellbeing problems including those suffering from mental illness, issues associated with forced removal, grief, loss and trauma. This also involves providing services in individual as well as group settings and supports and assists with the development of a multidisciplinary team. OPS2 level Workers will continue to work under supervision. Extensive liaison is required in respect to other individuals and departments, both within and outside the organisation to ensure clients receive referral to appropriate services that meet their needs. You will also acts as a ‘cultural broker’ between clients and services to provide support and advocacy and ensure services are provided that are sensitive and considerate of Aboriginal culture. You will also assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes to meet the needs of Aboriginal people and work in conjunction with relevant community groups, health workers and organisations. Eligibility OPS2 Applicants must be willing to undertake studies in Certificate IV in Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice and willing to undertake further education, training and other professional development activities relevant to the position. OPS3 Applicants must hold a Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (Practice) and hold registration with the ATSIHPBA and be willing to undertake or have a current registration with AHPRA as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner. Please refer to the job pack below for more information on the position, responsibilities and essential minimum requirements. Important Information A career in the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network offers many great lifestyle benefits, including diverse job prospects and the opportunity to fast track your skills and career, not to mention your choice of scenery from farm, ocean, vineyards and the Southern Flinders ranges. View the below videos for more information about working for Yorke and Northern Local Health Network Yorke and Northern LHN - We care for you Work with us - Yorke and Northern LHN In addition to the annual salary and entitlements (superannuation & leave loading), we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, watch a short video about what salary packaging is. For information about Relocation Support working for SA Health can be found here. The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and appropriate immunisation requirements. Check(s) DHS Working With Children Check (WWCC) DHS National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Worker Check National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups required for this position (E.g. aged care employment or work involving vulnerable clients) Immunisation Risk for this position is - Category A (direct contact with blood or body substances) SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. YNLHN has determined that an exemption to prefer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants granted by the Equal Opportunity Tribunal of South Australia In accordance with Sections 30(1), 52(1) and 103 (1) of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 only applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent may apply. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage is considered essential and therefore a Confirmation of Aboriginality may be requested. Job Reference: 830711. Enquiries Barbara DawPatient Journey Team LeaderPhone: 0481 476 222E-mail: barbara.dawsa.gov.au Application Closing Date 6 March 2024 - 11.55PM Attachments 830711 Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Worker Job Pack.pdf Australian applicant guidelines • Wed, 21 FebSA Health - Yorke and Northern Local Health Network
ABORIGINAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING WORKER » Port Pirie, Port Augusta Region - SA Health Job reference: 830711 Location: 5540 - PORT PIRIE Job status: Short Term Contract Eligibility: Open to Everyone Yorke and Northern Local Health Network, Port Pirie Multi-classed Salary: $66,590 - $70,968 p.a. - OPS3 | $57,842 - $62,221 p.a. - OPS2 Temporary Full Time (up to 30 June 2024) Aboriginal Specific role - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply Overview The Yorke and Northern Local Health Network (YNLHN) has a strong commitment to provide accessible, effective and meaningful services to Aboriginal families, individuals and communities living in and visiting the region. YNLHN acknowledges the cultural and social determinants of health and particular complexities affecting the health and well-being of Aboriginal people and the need for a holistic and multi-faceted health approach to service design and delivery. In the role of Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Worker, you will provide services and programs to Aboriginal people and their families with social and emotional wellbeing problems including those suffering from mental illness, issues associated with forced removal, grief, loss and trauma. This also involves providing services in individual as well as group settings and supports and assists with the development of a multidisciplinary team. OPS2 level Workers will continue to work under supervision. Extensive liaison is required in respect to other individuals and departments, both within and outside the organisation to ensure clients receive referral to appropriate services that meet their needs. You will also acts as a 'cultural broker' between clients and services to provide support and advocacy and ensure services are provided that are sensitive and considerate of Aboriginal culture. You will also assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes to meet the needs of Aboriginal people and work in conjunction with relevant community groups, health workers and organisations. Eligibility OPS2 Applicants must be willing to undertake studies in Certificate IV in Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice and willing to undertake further education, training and other professional development activities relevant to the position. OPS3 Applicants must hold a Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (Practice) and hold registration with the ATSIHPBA and be willing to undertake or have a current registration with AHPRA as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner. Please refer to the job pack below for more information on the position, responsibilities and essential minimum requirements. Important Information A career in the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network offers many great lifestyle benefits, including diverse job prospects and the opportunity to fast track your skills and career, not to mention your choice of scenery from farm, ocean, vineyards and the Southern Flinders ranges. View the below videos for more information about working for Yorke and Northern Local Health Network Yorke and Northern LHN - We care for you Work with us - Yorke and Northern LHN In addition to the annual salary and entitlements (superannuation & leave loading), we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, watch a short video about what salary packaging is. For information about Relocation Support working for SA Health can be found here. Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and appropriate immunisation requirements. Check(s) DHS Working With Children Check (WWCC) DHS National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Worker Check National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups required for this position (E.g. aged care employment or work involving vulnerable clients) Immunisation Risk for this position is - Category A (direct contact with blood or body substances) SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace. YNLHN has determined that an exemption to prefer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants granted by the Equal Opportunity Tribunal of South Australia In accordance with Sections 30(1), 52(1) and 103 (1) of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 only applicants of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent may apply. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage is considered essential and therefore a Confirmation of Aboriginality may be requested. Job Reference: 830711. Enquiries Barbara Daw Patient Journey Team Leader Phone: 0481 476 222 E-mail: barbara.dawsa.gov.au Application Closing Date 6 March 2024 - 11.55PM Attachments 830711 Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Worker Job Pack.pdf Australian applicant guidelines Flexibility Statement The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role. • Wed, 21 FebSA Government -SA HEALTH
Community Support Worker - Casual » Brighton North, VIC - Community Support Worker - Casual Operations | Brighton North precinct Closing date: 24/03/2024 The Organisation... areas such as joining a community group, working on personal health and fitness goals, increasing life skills... • Wed, 21 FebMinda
Community Support Worker » Mandurah, WA - a Community Support Worker to join our friendly and supportive Home and Community Care team in Mandurah. To be considered... and a reliable car. Our Juniper Home and Community Care team provides community based care programs that assist our aged customers... • Wed, 21 FebJuniper Technologies$18550 per year
Clinical Services Manager » Australia - Great opportunity for an experience registered nurse to become a clinical service manager for a community clinic Nest recruitment is seeking a dedicated and compassionate registered Nurse to step up and lead a clinical team. It is Full time role where you can make a real difference. Responsibility: Lead Clinical Services Team (including Maternal Health, Child Health & Community Health Nurses & Health Workers) Development and implementation of strategies to manage quality and risk associated with clinical Develop a clear vision for nursing, midwifery, and health worker practice Lead day-to-day clinical services to standards that comply with relevant accreditation, regulatory and legislative requirements Provide advice in relation to quality risk identification and mitigation associated with clinical service delivery Guide the Clinical Services Team to optimize Medicare services activity, claims and compliance Desirable: Tertiary qualification in Primary Health Care or Business Management Experience working within an AMS clinic Practical knowledge of accreditation, regulatory and legislative obligations AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse 5 years’ experience as a Registered Nurse, with a minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar setting If you like to know more about the role, please email or call Altaf Hamid - 07 3543 0392 or altafnestrecruitment.com.au • Tue, 20 FebNest Recruitment
Community Social Worker Grade 1 or 2 » Australia - role Our Primary and Preventative Health team is actively seeking a highly motivated Community Social Worker... and rural outreach services to our community. To be considered for this position, you must be a Qualified Social Worker... • Tue, 20 FebWestern District Health Service
Aboriginal Family Wellbeing and Violence Prevention Facilitator » New South Wales, Australia - Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD) acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional owners and custodians of the lands in which our facilities are located. We pay our respects to Elders, Community members and Community-controlled sector who partner with us to improve the health and wellbeing outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our district. Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Health Manager Level 1 Remuneration: $81,581 - $108,532 Per Annum 11% Super Salary Packaging Hours Per Week: 38 Location: Armidale or Tamworth Requisition ID: REQ470420 Applications Close: Sunday, 3rd March 2024 Aboriginal Family Wellbeing and Violence Prevention Facilitator This position is identified for Aboriginal people and exemption is claimed under 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). Aboriginal applicants must demonstrate Aboriginality in addition to addressing the selection criteria. For information on Confirmation of Aboriginality Requirements click here . About us: The Aboriginal Family Wellbeing and Violence Prevention team is a proud and dedicated group who use strength and connection to lessen the impacts of violence and neglect in families and communities. We are looking for someone from the Peel or Tablelands Sector to join our Aboriginal Family Wellbeing and Violence prevention team across Hunter New England (HNE) Health. The position can be based in either Tamworth or Armidale but would provide some outreach to the other site. Our team is dispersed so you will be located with either other Violence, Abuse and Neglect (VAN) workers or in Community Health. As an Aboriginal Family Wellbeing Facilitator, you will receive regular support from your team and the Coordinator. As the team is dispersed across HNE, contact is both face-to-face and virtual. You will also be part of the wider VAN Aboriginal and overall clinical network, which offers support, education and training. You will be supported to complete an educational pathway developed by the Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV) to become a qualified Counsellor. HNE has a cultural supervisor program with the option to work with another Aboriginal staff member in the health service in a one-on-one relationship. About the role: The Aboriginal Family Wellbeing and Violence Prevention Worker will empower Aboriginal people, families and communities to work together to reduce the impacts of violence, abuse and neglect within our communities. The role has a lot of varied tasks working with individual clients of health services, families and communities. Relationships with other health workers and other community services and organisations is key. You are an important link between HNE and other community groups connected to this work. You will be the road some days across the New England. Previous experience in working in a health, community of government service will be highly desirable. This position is full time; however, part time/job share arrangements may also be considered. Benefits: Four weeks annual leave (pro-rata for part-time employees) Up to 12 allocated days off each year (for full-time employees) Superannuation contributions 11% Salary packaging - Up to $9k for living expenses $2.6k meal & entertainment Novated leasing. Fitness Passport Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for staff and family members Opportunity to work and collaborate with a range of non-clinical and clinical professionals About you: Our ideal candidate will possess the following attributes: An understanding of the impact of family and domestic violence on the health and well-being of victims and children. Demonstrated experience being a part of community development activities. Enthusiastic and self-directed health or community worker. Need more information? Click here for the Position Description Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Anita Barbara on 0414 636 627 or via Anita.Barbarahealth.nsw.gov.au Information for Applicants: Applicants will be assessed against the essential requirements and selection criteria contained within the position description (link below). For assistance addressing selection criteria visit: https://bit.ly/3vL5fq2 Stepping Up Website is a resource designed to help indigenous job applicants apply for positions in NSW Health. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/HNEHealthSteppingUp . This is a Category B position. Recommended applicants will be reviewed for compliance with NSW Health policy directive PD2023_022: Occupational Assessment, Screening and Vaccination against Specific Diseases for Category B positions prior to offer. All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in the policy. All NSW Health workers are required to have completed a primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine which has been approved or recognised by the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA). New applicants must have completed the vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate (AIR Immunisation History Statement) certifying the worker cannot have any approved COVID-19 vaccines available in NSW. Acceptable proof of COVID-19 vaccination is the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) Immunisation History Statement (IHS), or AIR COVID-19 Digital Certificate, or AIR COVID-19 and Influenza IHS. Booster doses are highly recommended for all health care workers who have completed the primary course of COVID-19 vaccinations. To be eligible for permanent employment in this position you must be an Australian Citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia, or a New Zealand citizen with a current New Zealand Passport. Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable local candidate is identified for the position; in this instance, you may only be offered employment in line with the conditions and expiry date of your visa. We are unable to accommodate visa sponsorship for applicants requiring a visa for this position. An eligibility list will be created for future permanent full or part time and temporary full or part time vacancies. Salary Packaging: is beneficial to most HNELHD employees and may increase your take-home pay Salary package a range of personal expenses including novated motor vehicle leases, relocation expenses, and HECS/HELP debt. Find out more by contacting SalaryPackagingPLUS via nswhealthsalarypackagingplus.com.au or 1300 40 25 23. HNE Health employees may be eligible for a range of benefits such as allocated days off (ADO) for full time employees, long service leave, paid maternity leave, and salary packaging options including meal expenses. Connect with us on Facebook and LinkedIn AboriginalEmployment • Tue, 20 FebHunter New England Local Health District
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advanced Health Worker, Mareeba Community Health, Rural and Remote Services - Mareeba , Queensland Health » Cairns, QLD - region. We welcome you to become a part of Mareeba Community Health, Rural and Remote Services as an Aboriginal and Torres... Strait Islander Advanced Health Worker. Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group... • Tue, 20 FebQueensland Government
Community Support Worker (ATODS) [Identified role] , Queensland Health » Doomadgee, QLD - across both ATODS & Mental health teams within the Doomadgee Community. Doomadgee Hospital is a Level Two (2) remote hospital...and help keep vital services functioning as part of a world-class health service that actively embraces technology... • Tue, 20 FebQueensland Government$2864.1 - 3185.1 per month
Clinical Nurse Consultant (Clozapine Coordinator), Central Continuing Care Team, Community and Older Persons Access Services - Cairns » Cairns, Cairns Region - An exciting opportunity exists for a Clinical Nurse Consultant (Clozapine Coordinator) to join the Central Continuing Care Team Community and Older Person’s Access Services in Cairns. This is your opportunity to join the dedicated team of professionals at Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service and be part of a world-class, dynamic, and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. Health Workers who take up employment with Queensland Health from intrastate, interstate or overseas may be eligible for incentive payments under the Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme ( https://www.careers.health.qld.gov.au/working-for-us/workforce-attraction-incentive-scheme ). For further information regarding the Scheme and to verify eligibility, please refer to the guideline (PDF) ( https://www.careers.health.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/190415/Workforce-attraction-incentive-scheme-guideline.pdf ). About us: We're committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people in Far North Queensland by providing high quality acute health care services. Our values were developed by our staff, patients, and community. They guide our work and actions every day. Our staff are part of the community we serve. We believe that we can improve health outcomes by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of their local health services. About you: You are a qualified Clinical Nurse Consultant with proven ability to lead the delivery of safe, high-quality adult focused and family inclusive care, while providing strategic and operational leadership and management expertise. You have extensive relevant experience in financial and material resources while meeting unit specific key performance indicators and organisational goals and proven experience in the operational delivery of evidence based clinical services in response to the complex needs of mental health consumers presenting with mental health and addiction disorders, including co-occurring and co-morbid physical and mental health issues. Your opportunity: You will be a valued and integral part of the wider Mental Health and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Service leadership team and will work collaboratively with a range of internal and external stakeholders and organisations to deliver contemporary nursing care, within a dynamic interdisciplinary health environment. The Clozapine CNC will lead the delivery of safe, high-quality, adult focussed and family inclusive care to all consumers prescribed clozapine. This position will provide the strategic leadership and operational management of clinicians in Mental Health and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Service and develop and maintain a collaborative working relationship with all the Community Mental Health Teams, including speciality teams and be the lead clinician for GP shared care model. Your role: Takes responsibility for the nursing leadership and coordination of clozapine therapy within the service, being based within the Central CCT. Actively carrying a caseload within the Central CCT and providing advice and support for the HHS service. Actively leads operational and strategic planning for all auspices of clozapine therapy and monitoring. Takes accountability and responsibility for ensuring practice is evidence based and meets unit specific key performance indicators and organisational goals. Leads the achievement of positive consumer outcomes by actively promoting a positive workplace culture by developing and maintaining an efficient and effective nursing team that works collaboratively with professional colleagues, relevant external stakeholders and organisations, consumers, their families, and carers. As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?vl0ShTVsxjVQ&featureyoutu.be ) You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland ( https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland ) • Tue, 20 FebQueensland Health
Health Care Worker - Community » Moyne Area, Warrnambool Region - About the Role As a Health Care Worker with the Home Care Packages team, you will provide a high level of personal care and assistance to clients in their own homes within Port Fairy and surrounding district. You will provide assistance to clients as directed by their care plan, maintaining their independence and enhancing quality of life. About You To be successful in this role you must meet the following criteria: Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home & Community) OR Certificate IV in Aged Care Genuine desire to provide support and assistance to community members in their homes Knowledge of issues relating to frail/aged, people with disabilities, and their carers Knowledge of the wellness and re-ablement approach to aged care with regard to goal setting and care planning Understanding of Accreditation Standards, quality systems and continuous improvement models Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills Computer literacy About Us Moyne Health Services is a public, not for profit, integrated healthcare service that helps meet community healthcare needs in Port Fairy and surrounding districts in the Moyne Shire. Employing more than 200 people, MHS operates a 12 bed acute ward, 2 Aged Care Residences with a total of 82 beds, primary and community care services, social support group programs and Allied Health Services. How to Apply Applications are to be submitted online via the Careers section on our website https://moynehealth.vic.gov.au and should include a cover letter and resume. The successful applicant will be required to provide an NDIS Workers Screening Check and evidence of immunisations in accordance with Department of Health guidelines before employment commencement. For further information, please contact People & Culture peoplemoynehealth.vic.gov.au Our Purpose: Best Care – Every person, every time Our Values: Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, Excellence (C.A.R.E.) • Mon, 19 FebVictorian Government
Clinical Nurse, Opiate Treatment Unit, Mental Health and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Services - Cairns » Cairns, Cairns Region - An exciting opportunity exists for a Clinical Nurse to join the Opiate Treatment Unit within the Mental Health and Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Services in Cairns. This is your opportunity to join the dedicated team of professionals at Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service and be part of a world-class, dynamic, and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. Health Workers who take up employment with Queensland Health from intrastate, interstate or overseas may be eligible for incentive payments under the Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme ( https://www.careers.health.qld.gov.au/working-for-us/workforce-attraction-incentive-scheme ). For further information regarding the Scheme and to verify eligibility, please refer to the guideline (PDF) ( https://www.careers.health.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/190415/Workforce-attraction-incentive-scheme-guideline.pdf ). About us: We're committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people in Far North Queensland by providing high quality acute health care services. Our values were developed by our staff, patients, and community. They guide our work and actions every day. Our staff are part of the community we serve. We believe that we can improve health outcomes by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of their local health services. About you: You are a qualified Clinical Nurse with ability to deliver an assessment/brief intervention, counselling, and treatment service to people with alcohol and other drug related problems and their families. You can assess and treat the health needs of people with alcohol and other drug problems and have recent experience and or demonstrated knowledge of Opiate Treatment Programs. Your opportunity: The Clinical Nurse is required to deliver direct nursing care at an advanced level by providing a comprehensive alcohol and drug nursing service to individuals and families where alcohol, tobacco or other drug use is causing concern, including assessment, counselling, prescribed treatment, and case management. The Clinical Nurse is responsible for providing support and direction and education to other team members in the unit. Your role: Effectively communicate at all levels across the organisation to promote effective team functioning. Assess the health needs, conduct brief intervention and other prescribed treatment for individuals with alcohol, tobacco and other drug related problems and their families. Provide effective and efficient clinical care in the specialised area of Opiate Substitution Treatment and work in collaboration with the Clinical Nurse Consultant to ensure the maintenance of safe standards in patient care. Assist with developing, conducting, and evaluating education and training programs for nurses, other health and welfare professionals, and relevant community groups to assist them to develop better strategies to address the problems associated with the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Participate in the development, implementation and review of other prevention and treatment services either conducted or supported by ATODS. Participate in all activities undertaken by ATODS including team meetings, case conferences, and quality assurance activities including development of policies/procedures; preparation of submissions and reports; development of service/resources to meet identified needs and participation in a performance appraisal process. As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? ? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?vl0ShTVsxjVQ&featureyoutu.be ) You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland ( https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland ) • Mon, 19 FebQueensland Health
Enrolled Nurse Advance Skills, Central Sterilising Services Department, ICU, Women's and Perioperative Services - Cairns » Cairns, Cairns Region - An exciting opportunity exists for an Enrolled Nurse Advanced Skills to join the Central Sterilisation Services Department in Cairns. This is your opportunity to join the dedicated team of professionals at Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service and be part of a world-class, dynamic, and growing health service that embraces technology, excellence in health care, teaching, research and empowering our people to be the best in serving our community. Health Workers who take up employment with Queensland Health from intrastate, interstate or overseas may be eligible for incentive payments under the Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Incentive Scheme ( https://www.careers.health.qld.gov.au/working-for-us/workforce-attraction-incentive-scheme ). For further information regarding the Scheme and to verify eligibility, please refer to the guideline (PDF) ( https://www.careers.health.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/190415/Workforce-attraction-incentive-scheme-guideline.pdf ). About us: We're committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people in Far North Queensland by providing high quality acute health care services. Our values were developed by our staff, patients, and community. They guide our work and actions every day. Our staff are part of the community we serve. We believe that we can improve health outcomes by involving our community in the planning and evaluation of their local health services. About you: You are a qualified Enrolled Nurse Advanced Skills with ability to provide a level of care based on demonstrated continuing education, experience, and competence in the provision of direct and indirect care and within the defined scope of practice for an ENAS. You are committed to the provision of high-quality, safe patient centred care, practice, and service as a member of the multidisciplinary team and are confident to resolve problems and seek assistance when required. Your opportunity: The Enrolled Nurse Advanced Skills is a member of a unit team and assists in the delivery of competent and quality nursing care under the direction of the Registered Nurse/Clinical Nurse/Nurse Unit Manager whilst assisting in the achievement of service goals in accordance with Queensland Health, Cairns and Hinterland Health Service and unit directions. Your role: Provide effective and efficient clinical care under the direction of the Registered Nurse/Midwife/Unit Manager to ensure the provision of quality nursing care. Contribute to the nursing/midwifery assessment and care of individuals and groups by practicing within the ENAS scope of practice, implementing aspects of the care plan including patient risk assessment as delegated by the registered nurse/midwife, and by assisting in providing information during clinical bedside handover that contributes to evaluation of progress towards expected patient outcomes. Collaborates with the person receiving care and the healthcare team, under supervision of the Registered Nurse/Registered Midwife, to plan and deliver appropriate, skilled, and timely person-centred care whilst promoting client independence and involvement in care decision making. Use effective communication skills to engage others in a mature, confident manner to achieve positive client outcomes, including providing information and/or advice on clinical issues within the ENAS scope of practice. Provide direct and indirect care, engage in reflective and analytical practice, and demonstrate professional and collaborative practice. As a Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service employee, not only will you receive competitive remuneration, you will also have access to: Generous superannuation Salary packaging Annual incremental increases Career training and development Flexible work arrangements Wellness programs Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) evidence as required for your employment in accordance with legislation/government policy and Directives. For more information about this role, please refer to the attached Role Description. Why choose Cairns? Choose Cairns for your next career move - YouTube ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?vl0ShTVsxjVQ&featureyoutu.be ) You can find out more about why it's so great to work at Cairns and Hinterland here: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland ( https://www.health.qld.gov.au/cairns_hinterland ) • Mon, 19 FebQueensland Health
Social Worker - Community Paediatric Mental Health » Australia - Social Worker - Community Paediatric Mental Health Salary: HSO Level P1 $80,963 - $109,579 p.a. pro rata (plus 11% superannuation) Location: South Hub - Peel (Mandurah) and Rockingham Unit/Division: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service Work Type: Permanent - Part Time, Permanent - Full Time, Fixed Term - Part Time, Fixed Term - Full Time Position No: Pool Ref SWP1 Closing Date: 2024-03-01 4:00 PM Attachments: - about cahs - v2023-01.pdf applicant information package - rams.pdf camhs generic jdf - social worker - hso p1.pdf wwc applicant advice 2017b.pdf Rich learning environment as part of a multi-disciplined team Join a collaborative team who support each other's growth and wellbeing This is a recruitment pool with Permanent Full Time, Part-time and Fixed Term opportunities, with the possibility of extension(s) and/or permanency. There are current vacancies in the community clinics in Peel (Mandurah) and Rockingham. VCID No. 880313 About our Team At the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) our dedicated Community CAMHS based Social Workers provide compassionate support and treatment to children young people (from birth to 18 years) who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health challenges. As mental health conditions can deeply impact the emotional and social well-being of children and their families, our holistic and child-centred approach is designed to assist families and focused on participation and engagement. We offer a comprehensive array of services and ongoing support including specialist counselling and crisis assistance, advocacy for patient needs, education, liaison with other services and referral to other community-based resources. CAMHS believe that working together yields the best results. Our Social Workers work closely with a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals to complete initial assessments, treatment and treatment planning and provide ongoing support. This includes psychiatrists, speech therapists, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists and clinical nurses. CAMHS actively develop relationships with local schools and service providers. This collaborative approach enhances our understanding of mental health and the unique needs of our young patients and their families. Position Profile and Role We are seeking Social Workers to join our team and provide community based mental health assessment and multi-disciplinary intervention for children and young people. You will play a vital role in helping young people establish practical and attainable goals, promoting the highest level of function in various aspects of their lives and improving overall wellbeing and supporting children, adolescents and their families to navigate challenges that can arise from complex and diverse needs and mental health concerns. This role offers an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in a supportive learning environment. You will leverage the skills and knowledge of Senior Social Workers and other health professionals to provide a sound comprehensive service, encompassing assessment, treatment, advocacy, prevention, and collaboration within our community context. Your primary responsibilities will include: Conducting bio-psychosocial assessments and mental state assessments, considering social, emotional, and psychological well-being, to determine the unique needs of clients. Providing social work interventions including mental health assessment, risk assessments and evidence-based therapeutic interventions to individuals, families and groups. Advocate for clients' rights and needs within the community and the healthcare system. Liaising with families, carers, health professionals, community agencies and others to coordinate care, intervention and discharge planning, report on client progress and outcomes, and initiate referrals. Please note a tertiary qualification in Social Work and eligibility for full membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers is a requirement for this role. Overseas applicants need to have completed endorsement of their social work qualifications through the Australian Association of Social Workers and must include this documentation with their application. Why join us? We prioritise knowledge sharing, and opportunities to work collaboratively and learn with and from other disciplines. We believe in lifting each other up - as a team we support each other in terms of recognising the challenges and rewards of our work, professional growth and development, wellbeing, and job satisfaction. If you are passionate about making a positive impact on the mental health of children and young people, join our team and contribute to the well-being of our community. Our locations We know location is important - access to services and convenient transport improve your daily experience of coming to work. The South Hub is made up of community bases in Peel, Rockingham and Fremantle. Our newly renovated Rockingham clinic provide services to a diverse demographic. Our clinic is centrally located, conveniently close to the shopping centre and beach and accessible via public transport. Mandurah was recently recognised as one of the world's most attractive tourists' locations and known for its network of beautiful waterways. Our clinic is co-located with other youth related services including Peel Youth Medical Service (PYMS), Youth Focus, Allambee Counselling and Palmerston (Drug & Alcohol Service). We have onsite free parking and public transport is very convenient with the train station across the road from our building. How to Apply We welcome your application via the ' • Sun, 18 FebWestern Australia Government
Mental Health Community Support Worker. Casual - Broome » Broome, Broome Region - About the role We are looking for a Community Support Worker to join our Individualised Community Living Strategy (ICLS) program providing outreach support to a person accessing the service in the Broome area. The service is for clients with a mental health diagnosis who are eligible for housing support. The role of the Community Support Worker is to help the client access their local services and maximise their recovery success while living in the community. Key Responsibilities Support the consumer to increase their ability to fully participate in their ongoing clinical and psycho-social support needs Assist consumers to develop their skills to self-manage their lifestyle and well-being Develop and maintain formal and effective partnerships with specialist mental health services Work to consumers individualised plans and track progress in line with funding requirements Administration and record keeping Skills & Experience Certificate in Mental Health or relevant Health Services (preferred) Demonstrated experience working with people with mental illness or psycho-social disability Passionate about client outcomes and mental health advocacy High computer literacy and administration skills Ability to work autonomously Current Provide First Aid Certificate Current valid driver's licence and reliable vehicle Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check. To be considered for and appointed to a position at Life Without Barriers, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a minimum of two (2) doses or hold a valid medical exemption certificate, in accordance with Life Without Barriers Employee COVID-19 Vaccination Policy. You will be required to provide evidence of your vaccination status during the recruitment process Benefits Opportunity to work for one of Australia’s largest social purpose organisations Training and career development opportunities Salary packaging benefits How to Apply Include your resume and cover letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact abigail.macleodlwb.org.au About the Organisation Almost half of Australian adults will experience a mental health illness at some point in their life. You can make a meaningful difference to the Australian community by joining the Life Without Barriers team. Our mental health teams provide client-led, recovery-orientated mental health support, creating positive change in such a vital industry. Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose organisation of 8,000 employees working in more than 500 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers. Join a community of people dedicated to breaking down barriers. We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply • Fri, 16 FebLife Without Barriers
Aboriginal Health Worker / Practitioner » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type: Permanent Part Time Position Classification: Aboriginal Health Worker Remuneration: $30.46 - $44.02 per hour Hours Per Week: 32 Requisition ID: REQ465286 Where you'll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of 'better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond' and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment. What you'll be doing The Aboriginal Health Worker / Practitioner is part of the New Directions Mothers and Babies Program, which is funded by the Commonwealth Government. New Directions aims to contribute to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood health and development to ensure that children are healthy and ready for school. The program provides high quality, culturally sensitive child and family health services, based on primary health care principles, provided in partnership with Aboriginal people and communities. The Aboriginal Health Worker is a key position in establishing trust and building relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and community, and child and family health services in WSLHD. The Aboriginal Health Worker / Practitioner will work as part of a multidisciplinary team and is a key position in establishing trust and building relationships between the Aboriginal community and WSLHD and is responsible for establishing effective local partnerships to address barriers and facilitate access to health services for Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander children and their families, and community. The Aboriginal Health Worker is a non-clinical role. The Aboriginal Health Practitioner will provide a range of direct clinical services as defined by the Aboriginal Health Practitioner Scope of Practice and as demonstrated through competency assessment. People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply; and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard. Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations. For more information, please visit: https://www.steppingup.health.nsw.gov.au/ Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. This is an Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander Identified position. Please see essential criteria. An applicant's race is a genuine occupational qualification for this role and is authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW. Please include some information about your Aboriginal Australian / Torres Strait Islander identity in the cover letter ofyour application. If offered an interview you can expand on this information at the interview itself in response to questions from an Aboriginal panel member. Please note: To be eligible for permanent appointment you must hold current Australian work rights (I.E Australian citizen, permanent resident or NZ citizen with a current passport) Essential Criteria: Qualification: Aboriginal Health Worker: Holds or aspires to hold a Certificate III qualification in Aboriginal Primary Health Care or Aboriginal Family Health or other equivalent qualification. Aboriginal Health Practitioner: Hold a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care (Practice). Registration: Aboriginal Health Practitioner: current authority to practice as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) Evidence of Diversity claim if applicable (state which category): Aboriginal and / Or Torres Strait Islander Selection Criteria: This is an Identified Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Position. Applicants for this position must be of Aboriginal descent through parentage, identification as being Aboriginal and being accepted in the community as such. Exemption is claimed under Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. For an Aboriginal Health Worker: Holds or aspires to hold a Certificate III qualification in Aboriginal Primary Health Care or Aboriginal Family Health or other equivalent qualification in a health-related field relevant to the role. For an Aboriginal Health Practitioner holds a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care (Practice) and a current authority to practice as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures with established links to the local Aboriginal community in western Sydney. Demonstrated understanding of issues impacting on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families and ability and / or experience in providing social support, linkage to services, group work, community education, and health promotion with the Aboriginal community. Demonstrated ability to provide cultural brokerage with individuals, families and communities; cultural guidance for the other members of the team; and, facilitate respectful and culturally safe access for individuals, families and communities. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills and computer skills. Current driver’s licence valid in NSW and willing to use for work purposes. Need more information? 2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Jo-Anne Fuller on Jo.Fullerhealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 14th March 2024 • Fri, 16 FebNSW Government -Western Sydney Local Health District
Social Worker Community Therapy Service » Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Social Worker – Grade 1 or Grade 2 Community Therapy Service Join our collaborative and experienced social work team... in Community Therapy Services Part time (4 days/week) or full time (with ADOs) based at the Royal Melbourne Hospital... • Thu, 15 FebThe Royal Melbourne Hospital
Aboriginal Health Worker / Practitioner » Sydney, Sydney Region - Employment Type : Permanent Part Time Position Classification : Aboriginal Health Worker Remuneration : $30.46 - $44.02 per hour Hours Per Week : 32 Requisition ID : REQ465286 Where you'll be working Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, and The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region. We are committed to our vision of 'better health services for the people of western Sydney and beyond' and to the delivery of health care or related services in line with our core values of collaboration, openness, respect and empowerment. What you'll be doing The Aboriginal Health Worker / Practitioner is part of the New Directions Mothers and Babies Program, which is funded by the Commonwealth Government. New Directions aims to contribute to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood health and development to ensure that children are healthy and ready for school. The program provides high quality, culturally sensitive child and family health services, based on primary health care principles, provided in partnership with Aboriginal people and communities. The Aboriginal Health Worker is a key position in establishing trust and building relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and community, and child and family health services in WSLHD.   The Aboriginal Health Worker / Practitioner will work as part of a multidisciplinary team and is a key position in establishing trust and building relationships between the Aboriginal community and WSLHD and is responsible for establishing effective local partnerships to address barriers and facilitate access to health services for Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander children and their families, and community.   The Aboriginal Health Worker is a non-clinical role. The Aboriginal Health Practitioner will provide a range of direct clinical services as defined by the Aboriginal Health Practitioner Scope of Practice and as demonstrated through competency assessment.     People with disabilities who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply; and where required, WSLHD will implement reasonable adjustment consistent with industry standard.   Stepping Up aims to assist Aboriginal job applicants by providing information about applying for roles in NSW Health organisations.  For more information, please visit: https://www.steppingup.health.nsw.gov.au/   Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.   This is an Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander Identified position.  Please see essential criteria.  An applicant's race is a genuine occupational qualification for this role and is authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW.   Please include some information about your Aboriginal Australian / Torres Strait Islander identity in the cover letter ofyour application.  If offered an interview you can expand on this information at the interview itself in response to questions from an Aboriginal panel member.   Please note: To be eligible for permanent appointment you must hold current Australian work rights (I.E Australian citizen, permanent resident or NZ citizen with a current passport) Essential Criteria: Qualification: Aboriginal Health Wor ker : Holds or aspires to hold a Certificate III qualification in Aboriginal Primary Health Care or Aboriginal Family Health or other equivalent qualification . Aboriginal Health Practitioner: Hold a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care (Practice). Registration: Aboriginal Health Practitioner: current authority to practice as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) Evidence of Diversity claim if applicable (state which category): Aboriginal and / Or Torres Strait Islander Selection Criteria: This is an Identified Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Position. Applicants for this position must be of Aboriginal descent through parentage, identification as being Aboriginal and being accepted in the community as such. Exemption is claimed under Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. For an Aboriginal Health Worker: Holds or aspires to hold a Certificate III qualification in Aboriginal Primary Health Care or Aboriginal Family Health or other equivalent qualification in a health-related field relevant to the role. For an Aboriginal Health Practitioner holds a Certificate IV in Aboriginal Primary Health Care (Practice) and a current authority to practice as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures with established links to the local Aboriginal community in western Sydney. Demonstrated understanding of issues impacting on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families and ability and / or experience in providing social support, linkage to services, group work, community education, and health promotion with the Aboriginal community. Demonstrated ability to provide cultural brokerage with individuals, families and communities; cultural guidance for the other members of the team; and, facilitate respectful and culturally safe access for individuals, families and communities. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills and computer skills. Current driver’s licence valid in NSW and willing to use for work purposes. Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Jo-Anne Fuller on Jo.Fullerhealth.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 14th March 2024 • Thu, 15 FebWestern Sydney Local Health District
Community Mental Health Engagement Worker » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Part time Organisation: Peninsula Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Nursing Reference: 35179 Incredible opportunity for newly registered practitioners seeking work in Mental Health Access to exceptional professional development and support from the Mental health services Have flexibility to work across the Mornington Peninsula Classification range: RPN GRADE 2 YEAR 2 (NP21), WELFARE WR CL 3 Y3 (YA14), SEN LEVEL 1 YEAR 8 (PE18), SOC WKR GR 1 YR 2 (YC36) Who We Are and What We Stand For Peninsula Health is the major metropolitan health service caring for a community of 300,000 people. Our Vision is to provide exceptional health and community care. To realise this vision we need people who strive for a sense of achievement, take an interest in their individual growth, enjoy innovation and looking for ways to improve and have a passion for communicating and connecting with others. In representing Peninsula Health, we expect all employees and volunteers to reflect our values: Be the Best, Be a Role Model, Be Open and Honest, Be Compassionate and Respectful and Be Collaborative. We are One Peninsula Health. What You Will Be Doing The Community Mental Health Engagement Worker will help improve outcomes for consumers and their families/carers by helping to navigate mental health services, providing information to enable improved access to other services and freeing up clinicians to focus on their therapeutic work. Our hard-working team are supported by passionate and supportive management, dedicated Mental Health educators and fantastic team initiatives including the Mental Health Staff Choir Peninsula Health Mental Health Service is committed to the principles of Recovery- Orientated Practice. We actively support and encourage consumer and carer participation in all aspects of planning and delivery of mental health services. Our passionate Adult Community Mental Health Team provide short term interventions for consumers experiencing an acute phase of mental illness as well as short-medium term treatment, case management and care interventions for people with prolonged mental illness. This is a new role in Peninsula Health and an exciting pathway into mental health for newly registered health practitioners. The position is open to graduates of Occupational Therapy, Social Work, RN or EEN. With flexibility to work in Mornington (Rosebud) and/or Frankston Community Mental Health Services. This is a wonderful opportunity to progress your career and open new avenues for you What You Need We anticipate you will have: Recent graduate from a relevant health degree and relevant registration (Nursing, Occupational Therapists & Social Workers considered) Strong interest in developing a career in Mental Health Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to the principles of Recovery Orientated practice in Mental Health Care Demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and standards What Next If you experience any issues signing in or registering, please feel welcome to contact us - the People Experience Team on (03) 9784 2700. Additional Requirements Peninsula Health is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity and promotes a workplace that welcomes and includes the unique contributions of all people. We encourage applications from individuals who identify as being Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, are culturally diverse, LGBTQIA or who have a disability to apply. We are also strongly committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We encourage you to talk to us about any adjustments or additional support you may require during the recruitment process. To find out more about our recruitment processes, compliance obligations and to prepare your application to join our team please visit: https://www.peninsulahealth.org.au/careers/working-preparing-employment/ This role must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and meet the requirements of the Peninsula Health immunisation policy. Join Peninsula Health and help us to deliver safe, personal, effective & connected care to every person, every time. • Thu, 15 FebPeninsula Health
Social Worker - Community Paediatric Mental Health » Australia - Rich learning environment as part of a multi-disciplined team Join a collaborative team who support each other’s growth and wellbeing Please note the closing date to submit applications has now been extended. This is a recruitment pool with Permanent Full Time, Part-time and Fixed Term opportunities, with the possibility of extension(s) and/or permanency. There are current vacancies in the community clinics in Peel (Mandurah) and Rockingham. VCID No. 880313 About our Team At the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) our dedicated Community CAMHS based Social Workers provide compassionate support and treatment to children young people (from birth to 18 years) who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health challenges. As mental health conditions can deeply impact the emotional and social well-being of children and their families, our holistic and child-centred approach is designed to assist families and focused on participation and engagement. We offer a comprehensive array of services and ongoing support including specialist counselling and crisis assistance, advocacy for patient needs, education, liaison with other services and referral to other community-based resources. CAMHS believe that working together yields the best results. Our Social Workers work closely with a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals to complete initial assessments, treatment and treatment planning and provide ongoing support. This includes psychiatrists, speech therapists, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists and clinical nurses. CAMHS actively develop relationships with local schools and service providers. This collaborative approach enhances our understanding of mental health and the unique needs of our young patients and their families. Position Profile and Role We are seeking Social Workers to join our team and provide community based mental health assessment and multi-disciplinary intervention for children and young people. You will play a vital role in helping young people establish practical and attainable goals, promoting the highest level of function in various aspects of their lives and improving overall wellbeing and supporting children, adolescents and their families to navigate challenges that can arise from complex and diverse needs and mental health concerns. This role offers an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in a supportive learning environment. You will leverage the skills and knowledge of Senior Social Workers and other health professionals to provide a sound comprehensive service, encompassing assessment, treatment, advocacy, prevention, and collaboration within our community context. Your primary responsibilities will include: Conducting bio-psychosocial assessments and mental state assessments, considering social, emotional, and psychological well-being, to determine the unique needs of clients. Providing social work interventions including mental health assessment, risk assessments and evidence-based therapeutic interventions to individuals, families and groups. Advocate for clients' rights and needs within the community and the healthcare system. Liaising with families, carers, health professionals, community agencies and others to coordinate care, intervention and discharge planning, report on client progress and outcomes, and initiate referrals. Please note a tertiary qualification in Social Work and eligibility for full membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers is a requirement for this role. Overseas applicants need to have completed endorsement of their social work qualifications through the Australian Association of Social Workers and must include this documentation with their application. Why join us? We prioritise knowledge sharing, and opportunities to work collaboratively and learn with and from other disciplines. We believe in lifting each other up - as a team we support each other in terms of recognising the challenges and rewards of our work, professional growth and development, wellbeing, and job satisfaction. If you are passionate about making a positive impact on the mental health of children and young people, join our team and contribute to the well-being of our community. Our locations We know location is important - access to services and convenient transport improve your daily experience of coming to work. The South Hub is made up of community bases in Peel, Rockingham and Fremantle . Our newly renovated Rockingham clinic provide services to a diverse demographic. Our clinic is centrally located, conveniently close to the shopping centre and beach and accessible via public transport. Mandurah was recently recognised as one of the world’s most attractive tourists’ locations and known for its network of beautiful waterways. Our clinic is co-located with other youth related services including Peel Youth Medical Service (PYMS), Youth Focus, Allambee Counselling and Palmerston (Drug & Alcohol Service). We have onsite free parking and public transport is very convenient with the train station across the road from our building. How to Apply We welcome your application via the ‘Apply for Job’ button at the bottom of this page. Your application should contain the following: Please nominate your preferred work location in response to our question within the application form. A statement addressing selection criteria as per the Job Description Form in no more than 4 – 5 pages maximum. A font size of Arial 12 is preferred (using the Situation, Task, Action, Result (STAR) Method). A copy of your current CV outlining your most recent and relevant work experience. Evidence of eligibility for full membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers. Please provide the name, email, and contact details of two referees who can be contacted to provide a reference. Referees should include at least one individual who has been or is your direct Line Manager/Supervisor. (We will contact you to seek your confirmation prior to contacting your listed referees). Role related questions: We encourage you to contact Helen Thomas, Professional Lead Social Work via email: helen.thomashealth.wa.gov.au with any specific questions related to this role. Help in submitting your application: If you experience technical difficulties while applying online, please contact Employee Services on 13 44 77 for immediate assistance during business hours. Selection Criteria: Please see the attached Job Description Form. Eligibility to Apply: Australian citizenship or permanent residency is an essential requirement for applicants to be considered for permanent positions in the public sector. Visa sponsorship for eligible international applicants that meet immigration requirements may also be considered. This position is subject to a Western Australian Working With Children (WWC) Check . For further information please refer to the WWC website at: https://workingwithchildren.wa.gov.au Other Conditions: WA Health engages staff in positions of trust and responsibility. WA Health policies require applicants to undertake criminal records screening and integrity checking as part of the appointment process. Referees may also be asked to comment on an applicant’s integrity and past demonstration of ethical behaviour. Suitable applicants will be placed in a pool from which appointments may be made when similar vacancies occur. Appointments may be made from this pool until 29 November 2024. Relocation Benefits: International and Interstate applicants with suitable qualifications who are wishing to relocate are encouraged to apply. Sponsorship opportunities with a pathway to permanent residency or a permanent appointment for eligible applicants are currently available. Please note – international candidates are required to confirm eligibility for membership of the AASW by finalising endorsement of your social work degree before applying for the position. We offer generous initiatives to support your move to Western Australia For further information please visit our here Our FAQ page including eligibility requirements, is available here For Assistance including any adjustment needed to accommodate a disability and confidential enquiries – please contact the Strategic Talent Acquisition Recruitment Team (START) service via email: CAHS.TalentAcquisitionhealth.wa.gov.au Lodgement is system generated. Any submissions on, or after, 4:00pm on the closing date will not be accepted. LATE OR EMAIL APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. • Thu, 15 FebState Government of WA Child and Adolescent Health Service
Nurse Practitioner - Oncology - Griffith » Tamworth Region, New South Wales - Employment Type : Temporary Full Time (until 28 May 2028) Position Classification: Nurse Practitioner Remuneration : $ 135,591.23 - $145,181.65 per annum ( super 17.5% leave loading where applicable) Hours per Week : 38 Requisition ID: REQ468368 Applications Close: 7 March 2024 Vaccination Category: A Outstanding Experience. Infinite Opportunities . Here in the Riverina, we treasure your skills and experience and we’re ready to roll out the red carpet to welcome you to town. We’ve prepared oodles of goodies to help you move and settle in, including: Salary packaging up to $20,600 per annum tax free for living expenses Take advantage of novated leasing a new car Relocation assistance and accommodation support considerations Subsidised gym and leisure centre membership for you and your family Free confidential counselling services for you and your family Craving a fresh start somewhere new and actually interesting? Join the incredible team in the Murrumbidgee District. Jump in at a comfort level that suits you: from state-of-the-art hospital that will remind you of the city, to small multi-disciplinary health facility where you literally get to do it all. No matter where you choose, your learning will be nurtured and you’ll be well supported to operate at the top of your scope. And don’t worry - there are already oodles of young people here to welcome you: at work, in local clubs, at the pub, and down at the river There’s heaps to show your family when they come to visit, which is a breeze - you’ll be central to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. (You can always pop home for the weekend on a quick flight if you find a break in your social calendar) Want to know more about the community of Griffith? Visit us here. About Your Role The Nurse Practitioner (NP) Oncology works in collaboration with the Multidisciplinary Oncology Team providing clinical expertise to patients and staff working within the MLHD-RCCC Oncology. The NP Oncology works within a defined scope of practice operating at an advanced practice level and independently manages a range of patient conditions. The NP Oncology provides comprehensive systematic patient assessment, determines the appropriate interventions necessary to deliver advanced and holistic management of patients for treatment or symptom review and refers issues that are outside of the NP scope to the Oncology Registrar or Oncology Staff Specialist. The NP extends nursing practice by facilitating timely patient review and management of patients in the Oncology inpatient and outpatient setting at Griffith Base Hospital and other Oncology services across MLHD. The NP is an expert clinician who provides evidence-based autonomous clinical care for patients in accordance with current best evidence and relevant NSW Health and MLHD Policies Procedure and Guidelines. The scope of practice complies with NSW Health Policy Directive Nurse/Midwife Practitioners NSW PD2012_026 and the Nursery and Midwifery Board of Australia's standards for Practice. The NP Oncology role includes: Advanced comprehensive assessment Investigative and diagnostic interventions Consultation with community MLHD, RCCC, Griffith Base Hospital medical teams Referral to community health care workers and in patient medical teams Prescribing of Medicines The primary objectives of the NP are to optimise the management and coordination of oncology patients both in the outpatient oncology service and inpatient ward setting at Griffith Base hospital or Griffith community environment and actively participate in the MLHD Nurse Practitioner Governance committee and collaborate in promoting the Nurse Practitioner pathway across Local and State opportunities. Learn more about the role and requirements here. Upgrade Your Career and Lifestyle at MLHD Your application will require you to include a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and experience and why you are a good fit for this position. Go on, you’ve earned a promotion, a world-class workplace, inspiring colleagues, award-winning sta? and patient programs - all wrapped up in a rich tapestry of cultural treasures. Contact Catherine Lancaster, Nurse Unit Manager - HITH/ Oncology, Specialist Clinic Nurse on 02 6969 5531 or Catherine.lancaster1health.nsw.gov.au now for a confidential chat. New applicants must have completed the COVID-19 Primary vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate. Should a medical contraindication certificate be provided, ongoing employment post certificate expiry is conditional to meeting COVID-19 vaccination requirements. MLHD is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage all suitably qualified applicants to apply, including Aboriginal People and people from racial, ethnic, or ethno-religious minority groups and people with disability. . • Wed, 14 FebMurrumbidgee Local Health District
Community Worker » Perth, WA - Welshpool, WA - participants and their family. Monitoring and reporting client progress. Assessing community need and resources for health... this quest. This position is to facilitates community development initiatives and collective solutions within a community... • Tue, 13 FebACCESS FOUNDATION WA PTY LTD
Principal House Officer or Registrar » Australia - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Health - Medical Classification L4-L7, L4-L9 Workplace Location Mackay region Job ad reference QLD/MK543276 Closing date 10-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Temporary Full Time (76 hrs p.f) ASAP up to 12mths Contact person Dr Hannah Trimble, A/Director Medical Services Contact details (07) 4813 9965 Access the National Relay Service Proserpine Hospital is comprised of 33 beds, including day surgery, acute inpatients unit and a community health centre at Cannonvale, and provides the following health services which include: Acute inpatient care, including 4 monitored inpatient beds; Accident and emergency; Community and primary healthcare; Mental Health; Dental; Palliative care; Outreach specialists from Mackay; Surgical services - onsite GP Endoscopist, and visiting surgical specialists; Day Surgery Unit; Maternity Services, with both medical and midwife led models; Acute beds occupied by long-term nursing home residents, due to lack of available beds in the community; Community Health workers; Allied Health including physiotherapy, dietician, occupational therapy, speech therapy, social work, cardiac rehabilitation. Salary Benefits Remuneration value up to $167,346 p.a. comprising salary between $4,822.20 p.f. - $5,591.00 p.f. (L4-L9), or Remuneration value up to $157,959 p.a. comprising salary between $4,822.20 p.f. - $5,101.50 p.f. (L4-L7). Other Benefits Include: 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% leave loading is paid for 4 weeks leave Generous Salary Sacrificing (conditions apply) Professional Development Leave 1.6 weeks p.a. Access to paid parental leave (conditions apply) Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Corporate membership discounts Access to the Fitness Passport (conditions apply) This role may be eligible for the Queensland Health Attraction Incentive Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Scheme (conditions apply) How to apply For full details of this role and how to apply, please refer to the attached Role Description. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO • Mon, 12 FebQueensland Government
Adelaide Hills Community Support Worker - Casual Pool » Australia - Select All SA Health Catering and Hospitality 1 Community Services 1 Support Services 1 Locations Select...Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network, Country Health Connect, Various locations across the Adelaide Hills... • Sat, 10 FebSA Health$28.52 - 28.82 per hour
Principal House Officer or Registrar » Mackay, Mackay Region - Proserpine Hospital is comprised of 33 beds, including day surgery, acute inpatients unit and a community health centre at Cannonvale, and provides the following health services which include: Acute inpatient care, including 4 monitored inpatient beds; Accident and emergency; Community and primary healthcare; Mental Health; Dental; Palliative care; Outreach specialists from Mackay; Surgical services - onsite GP Endoscopist, and visiting surgical specialists; Day Surgery Unit; Maternity Services, with both medical and midwife led models; Acute beds occupied by long-term nursing home residents, due to lack of available beds in the community; Community Health workers; Allied Health including physiotherapy, dietician, occupational therapy, speech therapy, social work, cardiac rehabilitation. Salary Benefits Remuneration value up to $167,346 p.a. comprising salary between $4,822.20 p.f. - $5,591.00 p.f. (L4-L9), or Remuneration value up to $157,959 p.a. comprising salary between $4,822.20 p.f. - $5,101.50 p.f. (L4-L7). Other Benefits Include: 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% leave loading is paid for 4 weeks leave Generous Salary Sacrificing (conditions apply) Professional Development Leave 1.6 weeks p.a. Access to paid parental leave (conditions apply) Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Corporate membership discounts Access to the Fitness Passport (conditions apply) This role may be eligible for the Queensland Health Attraction Incentive Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Scheme (conditions apply) How to apply For full details of this role and how to apply, please refer to the attached Role Description.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Sat, 10 FebQueensland Health
Principal House Officer or Registrar » Mackay, Mackay Region - Proserpine Hospital are looking for a Principal House Officer or Registrar to join their team on a Temporary Full-Time basis ASAP for 12 months with an opportunity to extend . Want to know more about our Health Service, please watch our corporate video:- Live, work and play in majestic Mackay. Join an expanding Health Service with a culture of collaboration, trust, respect and teamwork. Proserpine Hospital ( https://www.mackay.health.qld.gov.au/your-hospitals/proserpine-hospital/ ) is comprised of 33 beds, including day surgery, acute inpatients unit and a community health centre at Cannonvale, and provides the following health services which include: Acute inpatient care, including 4 monitored inpatient beds; Accident and emergency; Community and primary healthcare; Mental Health; Dental; Palliative care; Outreach specialists from Mackay; Surgical services – onsite GP Endoscopist, and visiting surgical specialists; Day Surgery Unit; Maternity Services, with both medical and midwife led models; Acute beds occupied by long-term nursing home residents, due to lack of available beds in the community; Community Health workers; Allied Health including physiotherapy, dietician, occupational therapy, speech therapy, social work, cardiac rehabilitation. Salary Benefits Remuneration value up to $167,346 p.a. comprising salary between $4,822.20 p.f. - $5,591.00 p.f. (L4-L9), or Remuneration value up to $157,959 p.a. comprising salary between $4,822.20 p.f. - $5,101.50 p.f. (L4-L7). Other Benefits Include: 12.75% employer superannuation contribution 17.5% leave loading is paid for 4 weeks leave Generous Salary Sacrificing (conditions apply) Professional Development Leave 1.6 weeks p.a. Access to paid parental leave (conditions apply) Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Corporate membership discounts Access to the Fitness Passport (conditions apply) This role may be eligible for the Queensland Health Attraction Incentive Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Scheme ( https://www.healthycareers.health.qld.gov.au/attraction-incentives ) (conditions apply) How to apply For full details of this role and how to apply, please refer to the attached Role Description. • Fri, 09 FebQueensland Health
Community Support Worker -Personal Care » Australia - to accommodating your needs. For further details please see the Personal Care Community Support Worker - Please note...? We are seeking compassionate and dedicated individuals to join our team as Community Support Workers. About the role In this role... • Fri, 09 FebWestern District Health Service
Community Care Worker » Australia - of compliance with the Aged Care Quality Standards We welcome students and people who have previously worked as: Carer, Community..., Disability, Support, Aged Care, Social Support, Health, Nursing, Enrolled Nurses, or related fields. Benefits of working at St... • Thu, 08 FebSt Louis Aged Care
Senior Aboriginal Health Practitioner - Mental Health » Darwin, Darwin Region - Agency: Department of Health Number of Vacancies: 1 Work Unit Top End Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs Service - Mental Health Access Team Location: Darwin Primary Objective: To manage Mental Health Aboriginal Primary Health Care programs in a culturally safe and effective manner; and in partnership ensure the provision of services by a multidisciplinary team to provide treatment of acute illness, prevention, early detection and early intervention, promote wellbeing, maintain patient data on appropriate health systems at an advanced health practitioner level and manage the provision of health education and training to other health workers and the community. One ongoing vacancy is available, working in Darwin and Palmerston. • Thu, 08 FebNT Department of Health
Senior Aboriginal Health Practitioner - Mental Health » Darwin Region, Northern Territory - To manage Mental Health Aboriginal Primary Health Care programs in a culturally safe and effective manner; and in partnership ensure the provision of services by a multidisciplinary team to provide treatment of acute illness, prevention, early detection and early intervention, promote wellbeing, maintain patient data on appropriate health systems at an advanced health practitioner level and manage the provision of health education and training to other health workers and the community. One ongoing vacancy is available, working in Darwin and Palmerston. • Wed, 07 FebNorthern Territory Government
Mental Health Clinician » Perth CBD, Perth - Community Mental Health roles for Social Worker OR Psychologist - urgent locum contracts offering accommodation, travel support & high hourly rates WE ARE HIRING MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL WORKERS & PSYCHOLOGISTS FOR URGENT SHORT TERM CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES IN REGIONAL WA - MULTIPLE LOCATIONS Locum roles available for 3 months OR 6 months or more in the following locations: BUNBURY DERBY HALLS CREEK KARRATHA NEWMAN GERALDTON MEEKATHARRA CANARVON KATANNNING KALGOORLIE NORTHAM NAROGIN MERREDIN KUNUNURRA MANY MORE LOCATIONS - Enquire today JOB DETAILS: Henderson Healthcare are recruiting Mental Health Social Workers or Registered Psychologists for contracts & permanent positions Regional WA These roles will be working with Adults and or Children that are experiencing ongoing Mental Health issues and wellbeing concerns in the community. We are seeking experienced clinicians that are experts in Mental Health, Trauma informed care to start delivering therapy with a well-known and highly regarded employers in Western Australia. Hourly rates negotiable on experience ranging from $58-75 ph super & accommodation & travel support on offer. Please note: We have Locum, Fixed Term contracts & Permanent positions available For more information, please contact Courtney Sharp today SELECTION CRITERIA: Fully qualified Psychologists, Social Worker or Counsellor (or similar) Must have a strong background working in Community Mental Health working with adults and/or children The ability to obtain a National Police Clearance and Working with Children Check To apply please email your resume to Courtney - courtneyhendersonhealthcare.com.au or apply now through seek Alternatively, please call Courtney 08 6154 6919 for a confidential chat about what you are looking for in your next role • Tue, 06 FebHenderson Recruitment Pty Ltd t/a Henderson Healthcare
Community Support Worker » Matraville, NSW - their physical and mental health. Develop connections with the community and achieve their goals Assist in their needs of daily... living, domestic assistance, social support, transport, community outings, and so on. Willing to do both Support Work... • Tue, 06 FebAdvantage Healthcare Support
Community Support Worker ( Mental Health) » Thornleigh, Hornsby Area - We have an exciting Full-time Community Support Worker (Mental Health) opportunity available in our HASI HUB of Northern Beaches. This position involve shift work, between Monday to Sunday and you will need to be available to work flexible shifts that may include a combination of mornings and evenings.The Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) is a state wide program that supports people with a severe mental illness to live and recover in the community in the way that they want to.Services delivered under HASI encompass a wide range of activities that build independence in daily life. Supports can include recovery planning, support to live independently, assistance to manage a tenancy, assistance to manage health and emotional wellbeing, as well as support to get involved in your local community.New Horizons is a great place to work and grow. Our people don’t just work with us because they have the skills and experience to do the job. To work with us you have a positive, authentic, inclusive personality which you bring to work with you every day.Office based in Thornleigh, you will report to the Team Leader in our HASI Team and provide services in the community in Northern Beaches. Key responsibilities will includeCollaborating with customers to develop individualised support plans that incorporate their identified wellbeing needs and goals- Regular reviews of progress.Collaboration with Community Mental health staff around clinical goals set for customerComplete comprehensive risk management plans for customerProviding support to customers to improve their independence by assisting with living skills, transport, social activities, medication and personal care, as well as other support as requiredSupporting customers to explore their practical and complex needsKeeping customer records up to date on a daily basis using on line systemsDeveloping and maintain professional relationships and networks with customers, families, caregivers and key stakeholdersSeek out innovative ways to enhance the customer journey Skill and Experience:Knowledge of mental illness; preferable with experience working with people with complex mental illnessYou are experienced in the disability sector with an understanding of recovery recovery-orientated approach You'll also needTechnical literacy with proven ability to use Microsoft Office and systems for reportingMinimum Cert IV in Mental Health or Disability or equivalent industry experienceAvailability to work across a rotating rosterValid NSW Drivers C class licence, with ability to drive vehicles in licence class, including large cars and vans.Willingness to obtain an Australian Federal Police Check, WWCC and first aid certificate that meet New Horizons employment criteria prior to commencing with us What we’re offeringSalary packaging of up to $15,900 in tax free payMonthly RDO's for Full-time roleAccess to flexible work arrangements and purchased annual leave programReward program that recognises your achievementsUtilise our Employee Assistance Program providing counselling servicesSupport in growing your career through mentoring and professional development opportunities How to ApplyIf you can see yourself in this rewarding role, please apply via the link now – our application process is mobile friendly. Please note that as part of our employment checks, we will request a police check from the last 24 months, a NSW Working with Children Check (WWCC) and an NDIS Worker Screening Check.To help make the process speedy we encourage you to have/apply for the checks upon application as there can be some delays in obtaining these checks through the relevant services.New Horizons values diversity and encourages applications from all people. Our vision is to see happy inclusive communities work together in collaborative and inclusive ways to create opportunity and improve quality of life. Our workforce proudly reflects the local communities we connect with and support.New Horizons acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of the land. • Tue, 06 FebNew Horizons
Community Support Worker » Randwick, NSW - their physical and mental health. Develop connections with the community and achieve their goals Assist in their needs of daily... living, domestic assistance, social support, transport, community outings, and so on. Willing to do both Support Work... • Mon, 05 FebAdvantage Healthcare Support
Community Mental Health Practitioner - Relief Worker » Wodonga, Wodonga Area - Join a great team with a supportive environment Casual roles $36 - $38.60 25% Loading | Flexible hours to suit your lifestyle, 24/7 Rotating Roster Albury Wodonga Location Mind strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people with a lived and living experience of mental distress and recovery, and applicants from all cultures, genders, sexualities, bodies, abilities, spiritualities, ages and backgrounds. Mind Australia is one of the country’s leading community-managed specialist mental health service providers with a range of residential, mobile outreach, centre based and online services. We have been supporting people living with the day-to-day impacts of mental illness, as well as their families, friends and carers for over 45 years. We provide practical and motivational support that helps people to develop the skills they need to move on, thrive and improve the quality of their lives. It’s an approach to mental health and wellbeing that looks at the whole person in the context of their daily life. Mind is committed to diversity and social inclusion. About the role Youth Residential Rehabilitation Service (YRRS) is a strengths focused, recovery-orientated residential service that supports young people aged between 16-25 years recovering from a disability associated with a psychiatric condition for up to 12 months. In a safe home-like environment, the service provides clients individual and group based supports that build resilience, develop life skills, enhance social connections, enable access to community networks and promote a greater sense of being able to make sound decisions. Young people benefit from sharing their experiences and recovery journeys whilst growing their confidence, capacity and skills to live independently in the community. We are seeking self-motivated, compassionate Community Mental Health Practitioners for casual opportunities to work alongside a caring team on a 24/7 rotating roster in the Albury Wodonga area. You will deliver person-centred, recovery-oriented care to support young people to build capacity and life skills, develop support networks, strengthen relationships with family and friends, live independently and achieve wellbeing goals. Key responsibilities Deliver high quality services and facilitate positive educational and social experiences. Support young people to return to their community, live independently and enjoy a positive future through a staged approach to recovery. Provide information and mentoring to clients to establish relationships with families and friends, create community networks and access to relevant services. Plan and deliver group programs that aid clients to build their skills and focus on recovery. Collaborate with a range of services and the community to ensure a co-ordinated, integrated response to client’s recovery goals. What you’ll bring Tertiary qualifications (minimum Certificate IV) in Youth Work, Mental Health, Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy or other health-related field. Expertise in working with young people with mental health issues, complex needs and interacting with families and carers. Proven capability to implement therapeutic, recovery oriented frameworks and practices including risk mitigation, trauma informed care and family inclusive practice. Relevant experience in facilitating group activities for clients experiencing mental ill health. Demonstrated understanding of the Community Services sector and ability to build strong relationships with service providers, clinical teams and key stakeholders. Benefits Salary packaging up to $15,899 p.a. allows you to allocate a portion of your pre-tax income to cover living expenses (e.g. rent, mortgage, child care, car leasing expenses etc.) Option to access Meal and Entertainment allowance up to $2,650 p.a. via Salary Packaging. Learning, development and career opportunities. Interested? To obtain a position description and apply online visit Mind Careers - reference number 494756. Online applications must be submitted by 11pm Monday 19 February 2024. Please contact the person below for more information. Tamara Cikaitoga, Community Mental Health Practitioner - Team LeaderTamara.Cikaitogamindaustralia.org.au The successful applicant is required to complete comprehensive reference and background checking prior to employment, including a Working with Children Check, NDIS Workers Screening Check and the ability to obtain vaccinations against COVID-19. PD Community Mental Health Practitioner (YRRS) 20230130.pdf • Sat, 03 FebMind Australia
Home Care Worker - Home and Community Care (Mackay) - Expression of Interest , Queensland Health » Mackay, QLD - The Home and Community Care team at the Carlyle Community Health Centre is currently seeking applications for Home Care... and four community health centres that employ more than 3,700 staff. The district covers an area of approximately... • Fri, 02 FebQueensland Government
Community Care Worker » Geelong, VIC - About the Role As a part-time Community Care Worker, you will provide assistance to our Home Care Clients to maintain... including personal grooming Provide support in maintaining social contacts, emotional health and well-being Monitor clients... • Fri, 02 FebCity of Greater Geelong$62806 - 64160 per year

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