About the Role
- Various exciting opportunities across Sunshine & Kensington
- 3x 1EFT, fixed term until 28th February 2019, based in Sunshine
- 1x 1EFT & 1x 0.6EFT, fixed term until 31st March 2019, based in Kensington
Operating in a dynamic space, focusing on successfully transitioning clients into the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Successful applicants will be responsible for developing care plans and completing evaluation tools which will support clients to maximise their supports in the new mental health world.
Do you hold a qualification in Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Welfare Work, Psychology, Community Development, equivalent/relevant training or commensurate experience?
If so, please keep reading!
Working as part of cohealth you will enjoy a values based organisation with benefits including:
- Joining a positive, friendly and supportive work environment that encourages your learning and growth;
- Working in a program with the resources to support you in making a real difference to your clients’ lives;
- Generous Not for Profit salary packaging options, which can significantly increase the value of take-home pay
At cohealth we provide a service that aims to enhance quality of life, build life skills and ensure access to both community mental health and broader health and community services. With a focus on client service delivery through facilitative and direct care engagement using Collaborative Recovery Model and Recovery Star tools, underpinned by the principles of trauma informed care, family centred practice and culturally appropriate practice.
Workers employ a flexible, individualised approach, working in consultation with clients to assess needs and develop a range of client directed goals. Care plans and activities offered promote choice, acknowledge individual strengths and facilitate inclusion within the community.
You exude charisma and inspire teams to achieve shared goals. With well-developed communication skills you liaise comfortably with a range of internal and external stakeholders. You are an apt problem solver, capable of troubleshooting on your feet. To be suitable for this position, you will possess;
- A tertiary qualification in a relevant sector and/or commensurate experience in a related area;
- A sound understanding of the key issues affecting people with multiple and complex needs including mental illness, alcohol and other drug issues, housing insecurity, health and safety issues and social connection;
- Professional and respectful, with the ability to work as part of a team and autonomously;
- Culturally and linguistically diverse focus – this is sensitivity to, and understanding of, the needs of clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds as well as people of different gender and ages;
- Appropriate IT skills and experience with electronic client-management systems; and
- A Hold a current driver’s license.
If you have the passion, dedication and drive to make a difference in achieving high quality care with demonstrated success in working with clients with complex psychosocial issues then capitalise on this great opportunity, apply today!
About the Organisation
For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au
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Please quote in application: Community Mental Health Worker’s via Pro Bono Australia.