- $40.30 - $43.97 per hour including casual loading
- Job posted on: 22nd Nov 2023
- Applications close:
“We support individuals living with mental health challenges to achieve outcomes they value.”
We’re big believers in everyone having the opportunity to live a full life – and we give our all to support people to achieve the wellbeing and mental health outcomes that matter to them.
For some people this means having a stronger sense of self. For others, it might mean nurturing relationships, and for others, it could be building the confidence to tackle tomorrow. Everyone has different goals for their own life, and at Neami, we walk alongside people to help improve their quality of life, on their terms.
We are proud to support 32,000 people living with mental health challenges across Australia and offer more than 70 services, over 49 different Indigenous lands, across the nation. These include mental health and wellbeing supports, housing and suicide prevention services.
The Operational Support Officer will provide operational and administration support to the team and plays a key role within the UMHCC consortium, including assisting with referral and waitlist management, data recording, minute taking in meetings and performing reception duties. 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.
The terms and conditions of the role are listed in the position description. If you have any further questions not addressed in the job advertisement or position description, please contact Stuart Freckelton, Acting Practice Manager via [email protected], using the subject line: Operational Support Officer - Urgent Mental Health Care Centre enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Be Yourself - Neami values and celebrates diversity including multidisciplinary teams and the unique backgrounds, experiences and contributions that each person brings to our community. First Nations people, those identifying as LGBTQIA+, people with disabilities and culturally and linguistically diverse people are encouraged to apply. Our aim is to create a workforce that is accessible, inclusive and reflects the community in which we live.
A position description is attached.