About the role
- Various roles
- Flexible 3 days week to full-time positions
- 12 months fixed term contract
- Supportive multi-disciplinary team
- Regular clinical supervision and access to professional development
Banyule Community Health are seeking to recruit an experienced and energised new workforce to build on our mental health stepped care program, known locally as LIFT. This new team will deliver mental health care and support as part of a community-based Mental Health Hub, with a focus on the mental health effects of COVID-19 on the Victorian community.
The LIFT Mental Health Program has a strong focus on providing integrated, consumer and community focussed support through provision of highly tailored individual and group-based care.
Banyule Community Health Mental Health Hub workers will operate as a multidisciplinary team, comprised of:
- Peer Workers
- Mental Health Nurses
- Care Coordinators
The team will be led by a Senior Clinician and work closely with the LIFT Team Leader, LIFT Implementation & Capacity Building Coordinator, and other internal and external stakeholders to:
- Provide high quality, client centred and integrated mental health care
- Promote mental health stepped care approach at all times
- Work together to provide innovative, flexible and responsive services to meet the needs of the community
- Practice shared care principles, including use of collaborative care plans, clinical review and discharge summaries
- Utilise clinical reviews processes to support the evolution of stepped care and team-based holistic practices
- Ensure services are delivered in a safe and culturally sensitive manner
- Ensure reporting requirements of the Hub model are maintained
- Participate in region-wide implementation of the stepped care model in partnership with other funded providers
Suitable applicants will have a sound understanding of the social model of health and experience in working with trauma and addiction (highly desirable).
Applicants are expected to have a minimum of 2 years’ experience and hold a relevant qualifications according to their role. Peer workers will have completed relevant peer worker training.
About the organisation
Banyule Community Health is an equal opportunity employer and are committed to ensuring recruitment processes are fair to all candidates.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: BCH Mental Health Hub - Variety of Roles via Pro Bono Australia.