- Job posted on: 21st May 2020
- Applications close:
“Full citizenship for all people living with a mental illness in Australian society”
Towards Home+ as part of the Victorian Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Plan (2018), has the following new suite of services:
As a Community Rehabilitation and Support Worker, you will provide assertive outreach support to people who are homeless and sleeping rough. This includes intensive, flexible, responsive, client-focused support with the aim of assisting clients to successfully sustain housing, improve physical and mental health and develop connections within the local community.
Neami National is a community mental health service supporting people living with mental illness to improve their health, live independently and pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals.
In our most recent Staff Engagement Survey, 89% of our Staff recommend Neami as a great place to work, with 87% of staff proud to say they work for Neami.
We acknowledge Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities as the Traditional Custodians of the land we work on and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise that their sovereignty was never ceded. Neami National is committed to cultivating inclusive environments for staff, consumers and carers. We celebrate, value and include people of all backgrounds, genders, sexualities, cultures, bodies and abilities. We are an environmentally conscious organisation.
The terms and conditions of the role are listed in the Position Description. If you have any further questions not addressed in the advertising words or position description please contact:
Name: Susan Taylor, Service Manager Towards Home+ Geelong
Phone number: 0438 641 951
Click Here to Apply. Closing Date: Sunday 31 May 2020.
No recruitment agencies candidates need apply.
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.