- Adelaide • Adelaide CBD
- Job posted on: 18th Oct 2021
- Applications close:
“Full citizenship for all people living with mental health issues in Australian society”
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Operational Support Officer is responsible for service administrative and frontline support for the ongoing delivery of South Australia’s first Urgent Mental Health Care Centre. The UMHCC is based on our formal partner, RI International’s (RII) “Crisis Now” movement and their international leading lived experience, high engagement, multi-disciplinary crisis model offering an alternative to Emergency Department presentations.
UMHCC is moving to a 24/7 Rotating Roster therefore your hours of work will be in accordance with a 7 day per week rotating roster which may include a variety of shifts ranging from morning, afternoon, evening, active overnight, and recalls depending on service operational requirements.
The Operational Support Officer will support and contribute to the delivery of high-quality services to consumers by ensuring that staff operating within the UMHCC are provided with office administrative support that is flexible and responsive to their needs.
This role will have specific responsibility for ensuring high quality frontline services including welcoming guests (consumers) and carers seeking care at the UMHCC, responding to service enquires and ensuring guest data is maintained to high standard.
Neami offers its staff a variety of incentives, such as:
If you feel you have the skills and experience to succeed in this role, then please apply before the closing date.
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:
Rebecca Ljubic, Service Manager
Ph: (08) 8448 9100 or Mobile: 0437 180 036
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.