- Job posted on: 23rd Feb 2021
- Applications close:
Mind Australia Limited is one of the country's leading community-managed specialist mental health service providers. We have been supporting people dealing with the day-to-day impacts of mental illness, as well as their families, friends and carers for over 40 years. Mind is committed to diversity and social inclusion.
A part-time permanent opportunity has become available within our Early Intervention Psychosocial Support Response Service (EIPSRS) working in collaboration with our clinical partner. This role is based from home, at times working out of the local Mind office and will require some travel to support clients based mostly in the Wangaratta area.
EIPSRS is an outreach service that provides a person centred approach to recovery which is tailored to meet individual needs. This service is delivered through outreach and will have responsibility for working with clients in the allocated region. The EIPSRS model is delivered through a mobile service focusing on supporting people to achieve better life goals.
Reporting directly to the Service Manager, this role covers a Monday – Friday roster and will see you out and about in the community engaging directly with clients in a Mind provided car supported by technology enabling successful mobile working.
The successful applicant will have a strong background in Mental Health Outreach and a responsible approach to the autonomous nature of the role.
To obtain a position description and apply online click Apply Now - reference number 14145. Please contact the person below for more information.
We welcome applications from Indigenous Australians, people with a lived experience of mental ill health and recovery, people with disability, those who identify as LGBTIQ and applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The successful applicant is required to complete comprehensive reference and background checking prior to employment, including a Working with Children Check and National Police Record Check. Any adverse outcomes of a National Police Record Check, may be considered in the context of the implementation of a risk assessment.