- Job posted on: 11th Oct 2020
- Applications close:
Links to Wellbeing is a consortium commissioned by the Adelaide PHN and run in partnership between Neami National, Mind Australia, Skylight and Uniting Care Wesley Bowden. Our vision is to improve health outcomes for children, young people and adults who experience mental health issues across the stepped care framework.
The successful applicant will work in consultation with the Team Manager – Service Delivery to recruit, train, direct and supervise a staff team of Lived Experience Peer Workers, ensuring the Links to Wellbeing Lived Experience Telephone Support Service (LETSS) delivers high quality, up to date services.
The Team Leader role will work during the period’ between the hours of 4pm – 12am.
The Links to Wellbeing consortium is a group of mental health and community service providers, consisting of:
The organisations have built upon existing strong partnerships in the primary health and community service sectors.
The Adelaide Primary Health Network have commissioned the Links to Wellbeing consortium to provide a lived Experience Telephone Support Service (LETSS), incorporating web chat.
Skylight Programs deliver a range of recovery-oriented community mental health services by working alongside people experiencing mental illness, family and friends who care for them, and the broader general South Australian community.
Skylight services are developed with input from participants to ensure responsive, effective services that build on strengths, increase resilience and improve mental health.
For more details or enquiries, please contact Matthea Malcolm on (08) 8378 4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Team Leader - Lived Experience Telephone Support Service enquiry via EthicalJobs.
A Job Description is available below or from our website www.skylight.org.au.
Skylight is committed to promoting a diverse workforce and values the experience and skills of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged.