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Mental Health Nurse / Allied Health Professional - Greater Shepparton Strathbogie - Moira Local

APMHA HealthCare Ltd.
  • Mental Health Nurse or Allied Health Professional (Social Worker, Occupational Therapist or Psychologist) - GSSM Local


APMHA HealthCare Ltd (APMHA) is a national not-for-profit company specialising in mental health care service delivery. Our funders and partners are Primary Health Networks (PHNs), State and Federal Government, private companies and other NFPs.


The Mental Health and Wellbeing Local is community-led and integrated through a partnership sharing arrangement, creating a responsive, flexible, and helpful service. In Greater Shepparton Strathbogie - Moira (GSSM), APMHA Healthcare, Wellways and Goulburn Valley Health are working together to offer an easy way to access care and support for people aged 26 years and over who are experiencing mental health concerns – including people with co-occurring alcohol and drug support and care needs, and their family, carers, and supporters.


This role makes up part of the Towards Change Team and is a crucial part of the Victorian Mental health reform work that the Local partners are undertaking. This role will be part of a growing service system that places the community in the centre of the Local Mental Health and Wellbeing network across Victoria.

The Towards Change Team provide a range of assessments depending on client need and will deliver evidence-based interventions beyond mental health, extending to physical health, substance dependence issues, employment, and relationships support, as part of the broader Local workforce.

The Towards Change Team are responsible for providing assessment, counselling and care planning for clients referred via the Support and Connect Program, and will work alongside dedicated Wellbeing Peer Navigators from the Support and Connect Team


The Towards Change Team clinician, employed by APMHA and working with Peer Navigators from the Support and Connect Team, will provide evidence based clinical interventions for participants. The Towards Change Team will encompass clinically and therapeutically proficient clinicians, as well as a Creative Arts Peer Worker, providing tailored mental health support to clients and their families via their wellbeing plan, including to those with co-occurring substance use or addiction.


  • Competitive remuneration, commensurate to training and experience
  • Attractive NFP incentives, including salary packaging up to $15,900 expense reimbursement and $2,650 in meals/entertainment benefits
  • Leave entitlements in line with National Employment Standards
  • Flexible part time and full time work available
  • Supportive work environment with a focus on professional development and career progression
  • Potential to access relocation grant funding.


  • Current AHPRA Registration for Mental Health Nurses, Psychologists and Occupational Therapists OR
  • Registration with AASW for Social Workers
  • Post graduate experience working in a mental health or AOD setting (minimum 6 months)
  • Demonstrated time management abilities, excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrate a friendly, proactive approach and ability to work with competing demands and balance priorities with efficiency and professionalism.
  • Ability to work effectively independently and within a team.


  • Certification of qualifications
  • National Police Check
  • International Police (if required)
  • Current Working with Children Check - employment
  • Evidence of right to work in Australia
  • NDIS Workers Screening Check
  • NDIS Workers Orientation Modules – free online course
  • Current Victorian driver’s license.

If you would like to discuss the role, please email [email protected], using the subject line: Towards Change Team Clinician - Shepparton and someone will contact you back.

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