- Regional SA > Port Lincoln
- Job posted on: 21st Oct 2021
- Applications close:
“Full citizenship for all people living with mental health issues in Australian society”
The Clinical Care and Coordination role (Triple C) will provide care coordination for people experiencing the impact of severe and complex mental illness to plan services that matter to assist people in working towards recovery. Working with GP’s, psychiatrists, local health networks and others you will promote care plans, risk assessments and facilitate access to appropriate clinical and community services. You will also provide evidence-based therapies to individuals.
Neami will provide a welcoming and supportive environment within an established team, professional development, and clinical supervision within an innovative, national Mental Health organisation. Neami is committed to supporting our staff (and mean it), prioritising positive culture, fostering learning, and a range of generous employment benefits.
As the Clinical Care Coordinator, you will be suitably qualified professional with relevant experience (MH Accredited Social Worker, OT, Clinical Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse, Social Worker with two years post graduate mental health experience).
You will have a genuine and authentic care and value for people living with mental illness, and a passion for supporting people to thrive.
If you feel you have the skills, knowledge, experience and interest to succeed in this role, then please APPLY now.
The terms and conditions of the role are listed in the position description below.
If you have any further questions not addressed in the advertising words or position description, please contact: Danielle Stoneham - Regional Manager - mobile: 0400 476 664.
Applications will close once a suitable candidate has been found.
We celebrate multidisciplinary teams and value the rich skills and experiences brought by applicants from a range of sectors and professional backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. We also encourage people who have a lived experience of mental illness and recovery to apply.