- Job posted on: 8th Feb 2024
- Applications close:
Skylight is recruiting a Psychosocial Recovery Team Coach to work within the Non-Acute Psychosocial Support Service NAPSS and Intensive Crisis Support Service ICSS program.
The role is classified at SCHADS Level 5 and 0.8-1.0 FTE based in Murray Bridge.
The program provides recovery-orientated psychosocial support to individuals who have not evaluated their eligibility or have been declared ineligible for National Disability Insurance Scheme services. The successful candidate will contribute to the delivery of these services through a collaborative team approach. Tasks will include supervisory responsibilities, program development, intake and referral coordination, networking and promotion, working collaboratively with the team to implement innovative approaches.
The Psychosocial Recovery Team Coach typically works during regular business hours, although some evenings and weekend work will likely be required and paid in accordance with the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award (SCHADS) 2010.
Skylight values lived experience and peer-led programs; applications from persons with a lived experience of mental illness are strongly encouraged.
Skylight supports staff and team wellbeing and job satisfaction through fantastic work-life balance, quality supervision and practice frameworks, FTE flexibility, and hybrid work from office / work from home options.
For queries please contact Rob Merrett on 0487 156 666 or via email at [email protected], using the subject line: Psychosocial Recovery Team Coach - Murray Bridge enquiry via EthicalJobs.
A Job Description is available on our website at skylight.org.au.
To be considered, please address the following questions in a maximum of one page, together with your cover letter and your resume:
Skylight Mental Health is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce including people from all genders, ages, sexualities, cultures, backgrounds. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse people and people with mental health lived experience.