We have a very exciting opportunity for a Massage Therapist to join one of the most well established multi-disciplinary clinics in Sydney. Health Space is a dynamic conglomerate of clinics with several locations all over Sydney.

We are currently looking for a massage therapist to join our team in our Mosman office. We spend a great deal of time mentoring our associates on systems that will help them to become great communicators and successful in business. Inter-referrals in our clinics are very high. Our clinics currently have Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Naturopathy, and Massage.

Applicants must possess good communication skills and have a thorough and caring approach to providing natural health solutions. They must also have a desire to work as part of team. An interest in sharing with and learning from the existing team, as well as being committed to building your own client base is a must. Accreditation, PI insurance and recognition with all major health funds is essential.

Visit our website to learn more about what our company is all about
We have a very exciting opportunity for a Massage Therapist to join one of the most well established multi-disciplinary clinics in Sydney. Health Space is a dynamic conglomerate of clinics with several locations all over Sydney.

We are currently looking for a massage therapist to join our team in our Castle Hill office. We spend a great deal of time mentoring our associates on systems that will help them to become great communicators and successful in business. Inter-referrals in our clinics are very high. Our clinics currently have Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Naturopathy, and Massage.

Applicants must possess good communication skills and have a thorough and caring approach to providing natural health solutions. They must also have a desire to work as part of team. An interest in sharing with and learning from the existing team, as well as being committed to building your own client base is a must. Accreditation, PI insurance and recognition with all major health funds is essential.

Visit our website to learn more about what our company is all about
Mile End Office (SA)
Permanent Full Time
NDIS Transition Manager South Australia
Want to make a difference in the community through supporting mental health recovery?
Mind Australia Limited (Mind) is well recognised for service excellence and industry leading service offerings across the mental health sector. Mind is changing its operational structure from regional divisions into three specialised service streams: Sub-acute residential partnership services, Supported independent living and Mind centres. The service stream approach supports our goal to be customer focused in everything we do, ultimately providing the customer with a better Mind experience.
Mind centres for health and wellbeing offer a targeted range of supports and services that aim to maximise recovery outcomes. Our Mind Centres include group education and learning, mentoring and coaching, education and vocational support, housing and linkage services, counselling and NDIS planning and access supports. Mind centres operate in the context of local community, with a focus on supporting people to achieve their goals for a better life.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Mind as NDIS Transition Manager. Reporting to the State manager SA/WA you will be responsible and accountable for:
providing leadership in the transition to NDIS across Mind service streams developing and implementing a project plan to transition block funded and fee for service programs to NDIS and associated services within the required timeframes, consistent with Mind’s strategic and operational plans leading a high performance team through engaging staff, setting clear direction and performance expectations leading and managing services to customer, carers and families as defined in the Model of Recovery Oriented Practice and related guidelines to ensure that individually tailored services for customers and their family and carers are provided to the highest standard ensuring all NDIS services are understood, visible and effectively promoted.
Success in this role will require you to demonstrate:
experience in mental health service delivery at a similar level strong NDIS knowledge, understanding of Community Services, Not for Profit, Private Health and Government sectors a track record in successful relationship development and management of strategic partnerships exceptional customer service skills a demonstrated history of staff leadership and management experience in financial management, budget control and reporting.
If you are seeking a fulfilling job and really want to a make a difference, then we’d love to hear from you. Working at Mind you will enjoy a supportive team environment, flexible work arrangements and career development opportunities.
and innovation
Consumer focus
Making a difference

To obtain a position description and apply online visit
Applications close Friday 1 June 2018
Enquiries: Kim Pinchen
Ph: *****98 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/06/2018
Reporting to the Manager, Member Services and Wellbeing Programs, the suitable candidate must work semi-independently within a small team while contributing information and providing support to KMAC and K&M members.  The candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be able to develop strong and wide networks within the Roebourne, Wickham and Karratha communities, particularly among case managers from government agencies, non-governmental agencies and service providers.  The role will involve working closely with individual K&M people and their families so that they can access the services that are available to them. The successful candidate will also provide support to the Manager, Member Services and Wellbeing Programs to implement and coordinate strategic projects, and deliver measureable outcomes. To be successful in this role you must be able to demonstrate experience with project / program coordination, including drafting proposals and recommendations.
KMAC was established in 2013 as a corporate entity for the Kuruma and Marthudunera (K&M) people. The K&M people have traditional rights to an area covering nearly 16,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, and KMAC is the Prescribed Body Corporate for the Part A and Part B Kuruma Marthudunera Native Title Determination areas covering nearly 10, 000 square kilometres.  KMAC is pivotal in progressing the broader interests of the K&M people, and in representing them in their dealings with governments and private industry. KMAC’s strategic focus is to work together as a community to establish a solid foundation towards independence, community wellbeing and cultural identity.
The primary function of this role is to:
Assist K&M people to access the full range of governmental and non-governmental services that are available to indigenous and non-indigenous people in order to improve their well-being, including but not limited to access to health, housing, education, youth services, seniors services training and employment opportunities. Provide support and assistance to K&M members accessing the K&M Member Support Program Advocacy and personal support to K&M Members to improve service access and address issues with government agencies and other providers. Support members to develop wellbeing plans which bring in appropriate service providers to address issues and leverage an individual’s strengths to help them meet their aspirations. Drafting coordinated plans and activities to support the implementation of KMACs strategic objectives.
Our ideal candidate will have:
University degree in Community Development, Social Sciences or Communications or minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar position Manual motor vehicle driver’s license.   National police clearance. An operational knowledge of governmental and non-governmental agencies and service providers’ decision-making processes Demonstrated experience with project / program coordination, including drafting proposals and recommendations Superior written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Self-motivated and a strong team player who is able to handle complex situations Excellent organisation and planning skills Resilience and interpersonal skills to deal with a range of personalities A calm demeanor under pressure It is desirable that the successful candidate has an understanding of and previous experience working with indigenous communities.
How to apply
Your CV and cover letter detailing how you meet the above criteria are required by 8th June 2018, addressed to the Manager, Member Services and Wellbeing Programs, KMAC, and emailed via ***** + click to reveal. A Position Description may be obtained from this email address.
About Us
Banjima Native Title Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (BNTAC) is the prescribed body corporate holding native title on trust for the Banjima People.
The Banjima native title determination area covers a large area of land and waters in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.  There are approximately 500 adult Banjima People and many more Banjima children.
BNTAC is a charitable organisation with several objectives that include; to provide relief for disadvantaged Aboriginal people, maintain and support traditions, laws, language and culture of Banjima people, as well as provide economic, social and cultural benefits, including housing, training and education. BNTAC also acts as the 'Local Aboriginal Corporation' under two large indigenous land use agreements between mining companies and the Banjima People.
The Role
The primary objective of this exciting and rewarding role is to help with the establishment of the corporation’s members services within BNTAC. Working closely with the Member Services Manager you will be responsible for leading a small dedicated customer focused team in the corporation’s contact centre. Your focus will be the delivery of an outstanding customer experience for our members through the continual coaching and development of your team of Member Services Officers, in what can, at times, be a demanding working environment. 
Based in our office in East Perth this is a unique opportunity to be part the newly established Executive Office team as the organisation grows.
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Develop a cohesive, well trained and professional team with a strong team spirit, based on a positive can do attitude Develop and implement process and procedures for member services; Ensure compliance with distribution policies Manage processes to attract, recruit, develop, retain and engage successful member services officers; Commitment to establishing and maintaining high-level customer service and satisfaction; Maintain electronic and manual files, including the membership database, and keep records up to date, secure and accessible as appropriate; Manage all incoming and outgoing communications (e.g. telephone, electronic, hard copy and in person) from members, whilst adhering to strict confidentiality processes and procedures Generate required information and reports Periodic travel to the Pilbara region to engage and inform members and attend meetings as required. Support the planning and execution of BNTAC events, as required; and Other duties as required by the Member Services Manager and/or CEO.
Selection Criteria
Experience as a Team Leader responsible for coaching and developing a number of Member Service Officers and administering member services; High-level interpersonal skills with the ability to establish and maintain positive and productive relationships with members, major partners, and stakeholders; Ability to work in a busy environment whilst managing conflicting demands; Ability to think critically and demonstrate initiative; Ability to handle sensitive information, and manage information systems to maintain member records and generate reports; High-level organisational skills and ability to consistently follow-through on tasks in a timely manner; and Ability to work with others in a high performing team.  
Cultural competence, especially with Aboriginal people.  
Salary and Benefits
Timeframe: One-year contract with the possibility of extension (subject to funding)
Salary Range: $70K - $80K base, plus superannuation
Annual leave: Four (4) weeks
Sick leave: 10 days
Salary Sacrifice: $15,900.00 PA 
How to apply
Please ensure your application consists of the following:
1. Current resume - maximum 4 pages; and
2. Cover letter addressing the selection criteria - maximum 2 pages. 
All applications should be sent to ***** + click to reveal by 9am Tuesday 5th June 2018.  Interviews will be held the week beginning 11th June
To request a copy of the Position Description, or to request a call back for a confidential discussion about this role, please email your request to ***** + click to reveal 
Aboriginal applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. 
About the Health & Local Laws Department
This department is part of our Planning & Development Division, and is responsible for delivering a range of services that ensures and encourages Council's compliance with relevant governing legislation. This covers Environmental Health, Animal Management, Local Laws and Parking Compliance.
About the role
This position will assist with the development and implementation of a range of projects, plans and strategies within the Parking and Animal Management compliance area.
Key responsibilities
Role model and promote Council values in all aspects of duty. Assist the Coordinator in delivering a range of actions outlined in Council’s Domestic Animal Management Plan 2018-21. Assist in the further development and promotion of the “Park Your Pet” app. Attend a range of community groups including schools to disseminate the benefits of responsible pet ownership. Assist the Coordinator in identifying community events at which the Animal Management team can engage the community and promote responsible pet ownership. Assist the Coordinator in the development of a new Dogs in Public Places Policy, including the facilitation of stakeholder meetings. Assist potential owners on where to find the appropriate pet from a range of suitable regional non for profit organisations. Identify and assist in submitting grant applications relevant to the Parking and Animal Compliance area. Key selection criteria
Proven ability to develop, implement and monitor programs. High level communication skills (written and oral). Proven ability to foster and gain support and cooperation from a range of industry stake holders. Ability to interpret and apply legislation and explain the legislative requirements to members of the community. Ability to problem solve and offer appropriate solutions and suggestions to resolve issues. Commitment to best practice and responsiveness to continuous improvement. About the City
As Victoria's largest regional municipality, the City provides the benefits of city living in a beautiful seaside location - all only 1 hour from Melbourne. We enjoy an open and inclusive culture with great employment conditions, competitive salaries, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and many varied learning and development opportunities. The City is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to our community.
Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.
Enquiries: Mark Stevens | *****04 + click to reveal | ***** + click to reveal 
Applications close 5:00pm Friday 8 June 2018.
 Position Description
Senior Case Worker, based at PORT AUGUSTA
OARS Community Transitions is looking for an experienced Case worker to lead our Reintegrated Accommodation Services in Port Augusta.
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Case Worker at our Port Augusta site . The Senior Case Worker is part of the Reintegration Accommodation Service is based in Port Augusta and is responsible for the provision of case management, tenancy support and day to day oversight of our hostel. The outreach duties  include; comprehensive assessments, safety risk assessments, individual case work, responding to referrals, case planning, referral to appropriate services and prioritising tasks whilst attending to the immediate housing needs of clients.
This position is funded under the National Affordable Housing Agreement.
The Case Worker is responsible for:
The delivery of a high quality, client centred and comprehensive case management service to clients. The successful applicants will be required to provide an outreach service including within a custodial setting.  Demonstrated case management experience using 'strengths based' foundation and client outcome focus is desirable.  Excellent record keeping and maintaining client files Professional exposure to criminal justice practices and processes would be advantageous Please submit an application if you have the following skills and experience:

Tertiary qualification in Social Work, & other Human Services disciplines or significant experience working with disadvantaged people Case management and basic counselling skills working with clients who have complex needs Ability to work within a correctional facility Demonstrated ability with data entry and report writing Working knowledge of criminal justice practices and processes would be advantageous.  A copy of the job and person specification is available on our website  and enquiries for the positions should be directed to Mrs Tracy Chapman on *****07 + click to reveal.
Candidates will need to have a current driver's licence and will be required to undergo a police clearance.
Applications should be returned using SEEK, ensuring that you attach:
Your current CV A covering letter that provides details of your suitability against the skills and experiences listed 1 to 5 in this advertisement. Applications close: COB Monday 4th June2018
The Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre is seeking a full-time Advice Officer for the Fraser Coast Tenancy Advice Service to provide advice, information and advocacy to tenants including rooming accommodation and other marginal tenures in the Wide Bay Burnett catchment area.
This is a permanent full-time position working 38 hours per week at Award Level 3 ($27-$29 per hour) so long as sufficient funding is available.
Selection Criteria:
SC 1   A commitment to the principles of social justice and values of the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre.
SC 2   Knowledge of, or ability to rapidly acquire knowledge of:
                - Qld residency tenancy laws and related issues;
                 - Housing policy issues;
                 - Sector issues
                 - Computer-based data entry programs
SC 3   Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
SC 4   Proven skills in advocacy and ability to work directly with tenants including those in marginal tenures such as boarding houses and caravans parks.
SC 5   Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, including interpersonal skills and computer literacy.
SC 6   Demonstrated ability to relate to people from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
Position Requirements:
Current Qld Driver's Licence. Past experience/training in providing tenancy advice and advocacy would be very highly regarded. Attend required training in Brisbane and occasionally travel across Wide Bay.
The application process is strictly confidential. Please apply on SEEK and include a cover letter, resume, three references & responses to Selection Criteria. Please address your application to:
ATTN: Tanya Stevenson, Chief Executive Officer
The Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre
22 Charles Street,
PO Box 1226,
Hervey Bay, QLD  4655
Deadline For applications is Friday, 8th June 2018 at 5.00pm
If you require more information please call *****00 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
About the Position
We all want a place to call home, but sometimes maintaining a roof over our head isn’t easy. Anglicare SQ provide accommodation and support to single women, and young women with children who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. Our large, integrated service centre is based at Toowong and we are currently looking for a human services professional to make a significant contribution to our program and the outcomes we achieve in the community.
We are looking for someone to join the team as soon as possible, working part time hours (30 per week) across four days. The Practitioner - Intake and Assessment works as part of an integrated Case Management team in providing accommodation, support and case management to women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness; young women who are pregnant or parenting; and targeted family support.
About You
With experience in Homelessness Services, Family Support or Mental Health you skills and capabilities will include:
Sound knowledge of issues facing single women, who may be pregnant or parenting, and are experiencing homelessness A strong, robust understanding of Trauma Informed Practice, Recovery Orientated Practice and Housing First Principles Ability to make assessments, including risk comprehension, and allocate clients to the most suitable program Positively engaging with clients to support, guide and assist them to make positive life decisions Confidence and knowledge to work effectively with a range of clients, including those with challenging behaviours Proven experience collaborating with external agencies by building rapport and establishing relationships Maintaining a professional attitude and cultural awareness of family relationships and dynamics
With a friendly, approachable and enthusiastic attitude, you will also have:
Flexibility and be able to respond quickly to changing priorities, while maintaining a calm and composed demeanour Strong communication skills and the ability to relate effectively across a broad range of ages, cultures and socio-economic groups Exceptional relationship building skills and an open style that encourages rapport with others Emotional resilience and ability to remain professional at all times Able to monitor and manage your own workload while working within role expectations, deadlines and management requirements The drive to make a real contribution to our passionate homelessness service team
To be successful you will be required to hold a Degree in Social Work, Human Services or similar field; a current Blue Card (Working with Children) with Yellow Card Exemption; a current National Police Certificate and a current Queensland Driver Licence.
What We Offer
Anglicare is committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated management team. We support our staff with learning and development initiatives, an employee benefits program and progressive human resources management strategies, and are recognised as a leading employer in the non-profit sector. You will also enjoy:
A dedicated and supportive team environment within a rewarding and safe workplace that promotes excellence A chance to support people to have their basic needs met and make a real difference to lives Work/life balance with part time hours and the opportunity to increase your take home pay with salary packaging
Show Your Interest
Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for our clients; working within an organisation that values your professional contribution and personal well-being.
Anglicare is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental health issues.  We promote a child-safe environment and are committed to providing on-going care and protection.
For further information please contact
Tameika Joy on *****15 + click to reveal
Applications close Friday 8th June 2018
Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position.
About Us Every day the passionate staff and volunteers of Anglicare Southern Queensland are working to respond to growing community demand for our services. For over 140 years our staff have connected with people on every step of their life path, responding with compassion, creativity, commitment and courage to the needs of the members of our community who require support.
Whether it is providing nursing care and domestic assistance in the home, physiotherapy to enable the return of mobility, emergency accommodation for victims of domestic violence, working with foster carers in the care of vulnerable children, a safe caring environment for the elderly, skills training for young unemployed people or parental education and counselling, Anglicare is here, to offer the best quality support to enable you to live the life that you want.
Anglicare has a workforce of over 2500 people in Queensland across residential aged care, community care and a range of social services programs and is a proud member of the Anglicare Australia network. We provide the support in partnership with government and other support organisations in response to identified care needs throughout Southeast Queensland.
The Burdekin Association is a Child/Youth Housing and Community Intervention Service, for children and young people homeless and/or at risk aged between 12 and 24 and their families.
The Burdekin Association is an organisation with strong ties to its community, making use of local knowledge and expertise to deliver trauma-informed and person-centred services.
Role of the Therapeutic Specialist:
The Therapeutic Specialist is integral to the care and support system for children and young people. As practice experts they will ensure knowledge transfer and have the responsibility for Therapeutic Case Plans and facilitation of Care Team meetings, assessment, formulation and service coordination.
The Therapeutic Specialist will ensure that consistent quality Therapeutic Care is delivered to children and young people across The Burdekin Association's OOHC service system. The Therapeutic Specialist will communicate with case managers and FaCS to monitor the wellbeing, progress, change of circumstances and outcomes of children and young people. Therapeutic Specialists will be required to work with several Service Providers at any one time, as children and young people progress through the OOHC service system.
Key Selection Criteria:
Minimum qualifications are:
A tertiary qualification in Psychology and Social Work or Social Science. (NB: candidates who also hold a relevant Postgraduate Qualification will be highly regarded), and A minimum of five years of experience in a Therapeutic Care setting or working in clinical environment with children and young people in OOHC, and Current registration with the professional body relevant to their qualification Essential Criteria:
Demonstrated ability to develop, lead, motivate and manage teams in a positive and collaborative environment Ability to use initiative, think laterally and strategically, meet deadlines and produce quality work under pressure A strong ability to develop therapeutic alliances with children and young people (12-24) who have experienced significant family disruption, personal trauma and those who present with complex psychological and social needs A sound understanding of the theories relating to trauma and attachment as they relate to delivering therapeutic responses to children and young people in the Out of Home Care system An ability to select and utilise relevant theoretical frameworks and tools in formulating suitable psychosocial assessments of children and young people and the ability to work with Care Managers and youth workers to implement therapeutic interventions An ability to deliver therapeutic training/workshops/supervision to Case Managers and youth workers Knowledge of the issues faced by children and young people (12-24) in the Out of Home Care and wider Child Protection sectors Knowledge of the consequences of trauma which is associated with child abuse and neglect Demonstrated ability to engage and work in an innovative way with a multidisciplinary team to best support children and young people in the Out of Home Care system A current Driver's licence is essentialDesirable Criteria: Demonstrated experience in policy development, program design and integrated Quality Assurance and outcome design Understanding of legislative and compliance requirements when working in the community not for profit sector Significant experience in the management of programs, budgets and services for vulnerable people Computer literacy skills Terms and Conditions:
Salary and conditions are in accordance with the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010. Salary packaging and a work car is offered with this position All offers of employment are subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and must provide a Working with Children Check prior to commencement Please forward a copy of your current resume along with a cover letter addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria by 5:00 p.m. Thursday 21st June 2018.
For more information about the role or a copy of the position description please contact Hannah on *****44. + click to reveal
Ngurratjuta is seeking applicants for the following  full time Community Development Programme positions:
Community Development Programme Employment Consultant & Activity Supervisor
Ngurratjuta Community Development Programme (CDP), Alice Springs Far West Region provides jobs, participation and Community-Development services in Haasts Bluff, Papunya, Mt Liebig, Kintore, and Nyirripi. The programme supports people to build their skills to get a job or to participate in activities that contribute to the strength and sustainability of communities.
These roles require applicants to possess the following attributes:
Identifying aspirations, motivation and increasing employment opportunities for clients
Good communication skills and ability to work with diverse individuals and groups
Ability to build rapport and maintain effective relationships with clients, peers and relevant agencies from culturally diverse backgrounds
Ability to manage time and workloads effectively to business priorities in a challenging environment
Understanding of barriers to employment and the effects of unemployment
Self-motivation and creativity in the workplace
Demonstrated high level professionalism, compliance and attention to detail
Broad knowledge of the Community Development Program
Knowledge of Work, Health & Safety policies
Accommodation is available at minimal rental. Two positions are available therefore would suit a couple in the remote area.
To be considered for these positions please submit a Resume and address the selection criteria which can be obtained by contacting:
Human Resources at Ngurratjuta: ***** + click to reveal
For further information, please call
*****11 + click to reveal
Closing: 4:00pm - Wednesday 6th June 2018
We have a very exciting opportunity for a Massage Therapist to join one of the most well established multi-disciplinary clinics in Sydney. Health Space is a dynamic conglomerate of clinics with several locations all over Sydney. We are currently looking for a part-time position in Lane Cove. We spend a great deal of time mentoring our associates on systems that will help them to become great communicators and successful in business. Inter-referrals in our clinics are very high. Our clinics currently have Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Naturopathy, and Massage.

Applicants must possess good communication skills and have a thorough and caring approach to providing natural health solutions. They must also have a desire to work as part of team. An interest in sharing with and learning from the existing team, as well as being committed to building your own client base is a must.

Accreditation, PI insurance and recognition with all major health funds is essential.

Please visit our website to learn more about our growing company.
We have a very exciting opportunity for a Physiotherapist to join one of the most well established multi-disciplinary clinics in Sydney. Health Space Clinics is located all around Sydney with 15 clinics. We are currently looking to fill a full time position across some our clinics. We spend a great deal of time mentoring our associates to help further educate and progress your skill set. Our clinics currently have a team of Physiotherapists, Massage therapists, Nutritionists, Chiropractors and Acupuncturists.

Current AHPRA registration is required.

Please visit our website to understand what we are all about.
CTST is a vibrant and growing community organisation whose mission is to provide transport to support people to live in their community.
We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic and flexible person to fill the role of
Part time Transport Coordinator 
If you;
Are organised, have strong administrative skills, can think strategically and problem solve Have great interpersonal skills and can build strong relationships  with clients and volunteers Have experience working autonomously and have strong team skills
then we would like to hear from you!
Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc is a government funded, not for profit community organisation which provides transport services to older people and people with disability living in the community.
We need the right person to take client calls and schedule volunteers and vehicles on a daily basis..
The position is based in Launceston and is a 12 month contract.   Working days and hours can be negotiated between Monday and Friday.  The position is classified at Level 3 of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award 2010 with an hourly rate of $27.26 and salary sacrifice options.
More information and the position description is available on our website at or from CTST Offices.
If you have questions you should contact Melissa Gardiner on *****65 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
Applications should include a current resume and cover letter explaining your experience in relation to the dot points above.  It should be emailed to ***** + click to reveal by no later than midnight on Sunday 3rd June 2018.
Anglicare Tasmania is a non-profit organisation providing a wide range of community services to the people of Tasmania. We are part of the national Anglicare Australia network of organisations. Anglicare advocates for social justice and aids people in times of need. We provide programs relating to health, accommodation, families, substance abuse and more.
An exciting opportunity is available for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join a team of dedicated professionals as a Mental Health Worker with our Taz Kids Club program. The position provides early intervention programs to children, young people and families with parental mental illness.
The successful applicant will:
provide the following early intervention programs across metro and rural areas in accordance with program guidelines and resources, Anglicare polices and procedures and National guidelines for Mental Health and contribute to the development of Anglicare’s Mental Health Services.
establish effective networks with other community support services, and liaison with community mental health services and/or key workers. maintain accurate case notes and statistics in accordance with service requirements and contractual arrangements. Complete clerical and administrative tasks associated with support work in accordance with established guidelines. assist  by contributing to policy and procedure formation, annual evaluations, and other planning and quality management processes. participate in team based processes including team-debriefing and case consultation, staff and volunteer induction activities, program planning activities, team meetings, training and skills development and offer support and guidance to other team members as appropriate.
What we offer you:
an attractive salary including Salary Packaging  a 7% Graduate Loading is payable where you hold a degree in a relevant discipline professional development opportunities a friendly and supportive work environment
For further information about the role please contact Ray Browning, Area Manager - Support Services on *****32 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal during business hours.
To view a copy of the position description as well as how to apply, please visit our website,
The successful applicant will be required to have a Schedule 1 National Police Certificate (no older than 12 months and not an annulled record), current Working with Vulnerable People Registration (employment category) as well as undertake a pre-employment medical prior to commencement. On commencement the successful person will be required to undertake our structured Safeguarding Children Training program.
Applications close Monday, 4th June 2018 at 5.00pm.