- Regional QLD > Roma
- $77,577 - $83,486 pa + super + salary packaging
- Job posted on: 12th Jul 2022
- Applications close:
Mental health concerns and alcohol and drug dependency can make life really tough – and too often people find themselves grappling with economic challenges and social isolation as well. Our driving belief is that “with the right support people can change”.
We are a progressive, for purpose organisation, delivering leading edge clinical services aimed at supporting people to live their lives well. We are growing fast in Queensland and New South Wales – in size, geographic footprint, service diversity and clinical innovation.
NewAccess, a program delivered by Lives Lived Well, is an early intervention program designed to provide easily accessible, free and quality services for people with mild to moderate depression and/or anxiety. Our office located in Roma currently has an opportunity for an experienced part-time Coach to assist in the delivery of this six-week program through Low Intensity Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (LICBT).
This is a part-time, 12 month contract role with the possibility to be extended. The successful applicant can choose to work an 8 day or a 9 day fortnight.
As a NewAcess Coach, your tasks will include:
If you are interested in the role, the ideal candidate will have the following:
At Lives Lived Well we want to support the wellbeing of our people.
Interviews to be scheduled soon after the closing date, so please apply as soon as possible.
For more information about the role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: NewAccess Coach - Roma enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Lives Lived Well is an equal employment opportunity employer. We encourage applications from a diverse range of social, cultural and gender backgrounds that reflect our community including First Peoples.
Confirmation of employment will be subject to candidate's possession of a Current Australian Drivers Licence, Blue Card, completed Australian Criminal History Check and evidence of Covid-19 vaccination.