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Manager - Relationship Matters - South East Region

NGO Recruitment

The Organisation

Relationship Matters has been supporting the Victorian community through counselling and education for over 72 years and was established and supported by the Anglican Diocese. Relationship Matters has a long history in marriage guidance and relationship counselling in Australia and is very proud to support marriage equality.

Relationship Matters is a dynamic, values based organisation that prides itself on providing scope and opportunity for professional growth and development within a supportive work environment.

Known for their dedication and passion for providing exceptional service to a diverse client base through counselling, dispute resolution and education services.

Benefits & Culture

  • Salary packaging and additional end of year leave provision
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Brand new refurbished office location
  • A safe and inclusive culture

The Role

As part of the Regional Management team, you will be responsible for the operational management of Relationship Matters services across the South East Region. You will lead a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers and other allied health professionals in the delivery of counselling, dispute resolution and education services.

You will establish and grow connections with local communities and service providers, ensuring high quality service through the:

  • Promotion of evidence informed practice which meets or exceeds quality standards
  • Provision of clinical supervision and workforce development
  • Delivery of the Critical Incident Management Service

Skills Required

You are a registered psychologist, social worker or social scientist with relevant tertiary qualifications, or have post graduate qualifications in relationship counselling or family therapy.

As an experienced Manager you will have demonstrated ability to engage directly with clients, develop staff capability, promote an inclusive team culture and build external partnerships.

Further, you will have:

  • Commitment and capacity to work professionally, flexibly and in the best interests of clients
  • Passion for employee wellbeing, and advanced skills in conflict resolution
  • Experience delivering counselling and education programs
  • A current driver’s licence

If you want to build on your clinical expertise to lead a team delivering essential mental health services, then please submit your Resumé and Cover Letter in MS Word, quoting #34625 or speak with Anna Skeels on 03 8319 4080 for further information.

*National Police Check and Working with Children Check are mandatory.

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