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Marathon Health is a not-for-profit that endeavours to deliver and coordinate the best healthcare in regional NSW. We pride ourselves on being a great place to work. We won the 2017 Regional Business of the Year and Employer of Choice categories at the Western NSW Business Chamber Awards. Marathon Health currently has the following opportunities for employment :


Business Development Manager - Full Time/Part Time - Canberra, Bathurst, Wagga Wagga or Dubbo

In order to provide more people with better healthcare, closer to home, we are seeking results-driven people to join our Business Development team to secure existing and new business for Marathon Health. You will develop and maintain exceptional relationships with external and internal stakeholders to co-design, market and fund services to enable country Australians to access the very best healthcare. Depending on your experience and contacts, you may find yourself engaging with one or more of: Trusts/Foundations; other NGOs; General Practice; Aboriginal Medical Services; Hospitals; State and Federal government. You will bring, or rapidly develop, a depth of knowledge in one or more health domains.

You will present to funders and service delivery partners, write exceptional bids/proposals, work closely with Program Managers to co-design new services and deliver compelling reports to funders of existing contracts. You may be required to contribute to marketing campaigns to grow our fee-for-service business. You are a strong writer, comfortable engaging with senior stakeholders, tenacious with regards to securing funding, and happy to work independently and with a cohesive team.

Reporting to the Executive level as part of a geographically dispersed team, you will be a crucial contributor to the success of Marathon Health at a time of constant change.

These are permanent positions. On offer is a base salary (negotiable on experience and qualifications) and the generous employee conditions listed above.

The Information Pack contains the position description, application process and selection criteria.

Applications close at 9am Monday 22 December 2017.

 

 

Various Roles (Registered/Clinical Psychologist, Social Worker, Mental Health Nurse or similar)

MST-CAN Initiative based in Dubbo NSW

If you are passionate about keeping families together, we invite you to apply for this unique opportunity to implement a new evidence-based intervention program. The multi-systemic therapy for child abuse and neglect (MST-CAN) model aims to reduce entries into out-of-home care, increase exits from out-of-home care, and immediately respond to trauma, substance misuse and other underlying causes of child abuse and neglect.

Successful candidates will receive extensive training in Child and Adult trauma therapy, Adolescent and Adult Substance use treatment, and other MST-CAN components.

An attractive salary package will be offered, with the potential to earn a retention bonus. Reasonable relocation expenses will be reimbursed to eligible candidates. You will also be able to access salary packaging, meaning more money in your pocket.

These roles are based in Dubbo, a vibrant regional hub. It has excellent medical, health, welfare, educational, recreational, cultural and shopping facilities. For more information on the benefits of living in Dubbo visit http://dubbo.com.au/live

The roles are:

Supervisor / Senior Psychologist

This role requires an individual with strong mental health clinical training and experience to lead a team of therapists, a case manager, and a child psychiatrist. The Supervisor will also be responsible for building and maintaining stakeholder relationships (with e.g., family services, schools, corrections, judges, health services etc), ensuring a continuous referral stream, and achieving high customer satisfaction.

This role requires a DPsych or Master’s degree in Clinical/Counselling Psychology and registration with APHRA.

Information Pack

Therapist

This role will see you undertake assessment, treatment, documentation and stakeholder collaboration. You will have a maximum case load of 4 families with multiple clinical contacts per family per week. You will work with the families for 6-9 months duration.

This role would suit an experienced Clinical or Registered Psychologist, Social Worker or Mental Health Nurse (or similar) with demonstrated relevant experience.

Information Pack

Mental Health Clinicians – Full or Part Time – Murrumbidgee Region

We are seeking mental health clinicians to engage, assess and provide therapeutic intervention for people eligible for services under our Strong Minds program.

You will demonstrate experience in the delivery of a range of evidence based treatments relevant to working with people with a mental illness (particularly behavioural and CBT intervention). This role would suit a psychologist (provisional, registered or clinical), mental health accredited social worker, occupational therapist, or mental health nurse.

We have a number of vacancies across the Murrumbidgee region, with particular need in Wagga and Surrounds, Young, Narrandera, Deniliquin and Griffith.

Salary is negotiable on experience and qualifications. These roles will be offered on contract, initially to 30 June 2018, with further extension pending funding.

The Information Pack contains the position description, application process and selection criteria.

Close Date: Applications will be assessed as submitted.

Expressions of Interest – Mental Health Clinicians – Full or Part Time - Various Locations across NSW

We have a number of vacancies for Mental Health Clinicians. You may be a Psychologist (Clinical, Registered or Provisional), Mental Health Accredited Social Worker or Occupational Therapist, or Credentialed Mental Health Nurse.

We have opportunities across Western and Southern NSW including in the vibrant towns of Bathurst, Dubbo, Mudgee, Orange and Wagga Wagga. For those looking for a lifestyle change, we can meet reasonable relocation expenses.

To express your interest, please contact Human Resources on 02 6333 2800 or hr@marathonhealth.com.au

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