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Multiple Vacancies, Marketing and Communication - Various- Full Time - (Ref: 22087)
Multiple Vacancies - Marketing and Communication
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Albury, Bathurst, Dubbo or Wagga Wagga NSW

The roles on offer

We have three exciting roles in our Marketing and Communications team! If you’re an exceptional writer, marketing specialist, digital media guru, and details oriented with a creative streak – this could be your new career!

 

Digital Marketing Strategist

This brand-new role is responsible for planning and driving the overall digital marketing strategy for Marathon Health, across all digital platforms. As part of a multidisciplinary communications team, you’ll manage our digital brand and social platforms (including website), successful creative and content execution, and ongoing direction of our holistic digital marketing function.

 

To be successful, you’ll have an in-depth knowledge of marketing across social and other digital platforms, with a strong passion for the creative application of digital technology. You’ll be able to write for social media, effectively present complex information to various target audiences, and work autonomously to research, develop, execute and analyse campaigns.

 

The starting salary for this role is $85,000 (plus additional benefits, outlined below), and is negotiable based on experience.

Download the Position Description here for Digital Marketing Strategist 

 

Marketing Communications Coordinator

These roles are responsible for providing high level marketing and communications support to promote the reputation of Marathon Health and our headspace centres, and to meet the objectives of the organisation. They involve working closely with key staff and other stakeholders to produce high quality written work, and to plan and implement fit-for-purpose strategies to achieve a desired outcome. You’ll be supported by a small team of marketing and communications specialists.

 

To be successful, you’ll have an in-depth knowledge of marketing and communications, brand management, and media and social media engagement. You’ll be a strong writer and storyteller, and may even know a little about the Adobe suite of products!

 

The starting salary for these roles is $65,000 (plus additional benefits, outlined below), and is negotiable based on experience

Download the Position Desciption here for Marketing Communications Coordinator, headspace

Download the position description here for Marketing Communications Coordinator

Apply for these opportunity here (via SEEK) - Albury

Apply for these opportunity here (via SEEK) - Bathurst

Apply for these opportunity here (via SEEK) - Dubbo

Apply for these opportunity here (via SEEK) - Wagga Wagga

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Raechel Nimmo via email raechel.nimmo@marathonhealth.com.au

 

 

Senior Administration Officer - After Hours - Full or Part Time - Bathurst - (REF22087)
Senior Administration Officer - After Hours
Full Time or Part Time 
Bathurst NSW

The role on offer

The Senior Administration Officer provides high level administration support to the Portfolio Manager, Primary Health to help operationalise various programs within the Primary Health portfolio. The role will focus on coordinating the After Hours Program and other programs where delegated.

This is an exciting opportunity for a positive individual who is organised, collaborative and possesses strong administration skills to be a part of a high performing team.

The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

Essential

  • Experience providing exceptional administrative support at a senior/office management level (ideally within a health or not-for-profit setting).
  • Demonstrated high standard of interpersonal and communication skills and ability to establish and maintain effective workplace relationships with a diverse range of professionals.
  • High level of attention to detail, problem-solving, time management and organisational skills.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast paced and changing environment.
  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office suite (particularly MS word and excel) and ability to adapt to new software applications.
  • Intermediate data, analytics and problem-solving skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within the primary health care sector including experience in engaging community stakeholders for program delivery.

Desirable

  • Knowledge and experience working with health care sector.
  • Experience working within client management software systems eg Mastercare
  • Knowledge and experience of General practice, health related services and Medicare billing

 

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Applications will close Wednesday 20 July 2022

Please note - shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kylie Lawless on 0438 362 981, or email kylie.lawless@marathonhealth.com.au

Clinical Software Specialist - Full Time -Various - REF22086
Clinical Software Specialist
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst,Dubbo, Albury NSW
(remote working options considered)

The role on offer 

The Clinical Software Specialist will perform user support and related system(s) administration within our internal software systems. The position will function in a team setting and support the Marathon Health clinical teams in the software solutions lifecycle i.e., planning, testing, training, implementation, and support. This position is also responsible for resolving organisational information problems by analysing requirements and recommending system controls and protocols to maximise software utilisation in a standardised manner.

Who we are looking for 

Essential

  • Extensive experience using clinical software and/or practice management software
  • Excellent understanding of a clinical environment and resulting software needs
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong organisation skills

Desirable

  • Experience using MasterCare Electronic Medical Record and Practice Management System
  • Proven ability to liaise with multiple parties to coordinate satisfactory outcomes/solutions
  • Project coordination experience
  • System support/administration experience
  • Experience using a service desk system to triage and action requests from staff and vendors

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Bathurst location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Dubbo location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Albury or remote location)

Applications for this role close 9am on Wednesday 20th July 2022

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Michelle Lindsay via email michelle.lindsay@marathonhealth.com.au.

Intensive Case Manager, Together Home Project - Wagga Wagga - Full Time - (Ref: 22057)
Intensive Case Manager,
Together Home Project
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Wagga Wagga, NSW

The role on offer 
This highly rewarding role provides intensive case management and support services as part of the Together Home Government initiative to end rough sleeping. Working in partnership Argyle Housing (Community Housing Provider), health and community service providers and colleagues at Marathon Health, you will work with up to 10 former rough sleepers for an extensive period of time, assisting them in developing individual capacities and capabilities and a planned transition into permanent housing.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications ie. Community Services, Social Work, Psychology etc.
  • Demonstrated experience in case management and coordination in complex circumstances (ideally within homelessness sector).
  • Demonstrated understanding of the issues as they relate to individuals experiencing homelessness, women and children affected by homelessness and family or domestic violence, mental health and other complex issues.
  • Effective working experience with Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander people and community.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish partnerships and collaborative approaches with other agencies to benefit and/or enhance an individual’s service experience and outcomes.
  • Demonstrated high standard of interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to adapt services to meet varying cultural needs.
  • Well-developed time management, organisational and innovative problem-solving skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Sound computer skills and the ability to adapt to new software applications.
  • Strong knowledge of service providers and community supports in local area.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Danielle Miinchow on 0409 475 808.

Clinical Supervisor , Mental Health Social Worker- Full Time - Various - (Ref: 22085)
Clinical Supervisor - Mental Health Social Worker
Full Time
Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Albury or Queanbeyan

Marathon Health have a commitment to growing a strong regionally-based mental health workforce.  We are looking for a Mental Health Accredited Social Worker to support student and graduate placements across various programs. This includes supporting the delivery of the student placement program, graduate program, delivering discipline specific training, providing clinical supervision, and maintaining key internal and external relationships to ensure quality and efficacy of the programs.

The position will work closely with other staff providing clinical supervision across Marathon Health in a leadership capacity and provides supervision, support and guidance. 

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

Essential

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and relevent registration in your dicipline. Be an Accredited Social Worker with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) as well as an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker.
  • Experience (preferably 5+ years) in the provision of clinical service to people with mental health issues.
  • Experience (preferably 3+ years) providing clinical supervision in mental health.
  • Skills and competence at completing comprehensive mental health assessments, risk assessments, and working with best practice models of care.
  • Ability to develop and deliver discipline specific training and professional development to staff and supervisees.
  • Capacity to work within multidisciplinary teams and to communicate with a range of internal and external service providers
  • Demonstrated high level organisation and time management skills.

Desirable

  • Demonstrated ability to implement clinical quality improvement and clinical governance.
  • Knowledge of other services available in the local area, and of appropriate referral pathways.
  • Experience in developing and facilitating training workshops for groups

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) - Bathurst  and Orange

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) - Dubbo

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) - Queanbeyan

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK - Albury

Applications close Monday 18 July, 2022. Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Zora Todoroska on 0409 114 492 or email zora.todoroska@marathonhealth.com.au.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Diabetes Educator - Dubbo - Full Time - (Ref: 22078)
Diabetes Educator
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Dubbo

The role on offer

Your role will provide a primary health care focused, diabetes education service to identified population groups that includes; assessment, planning, early detection, referral, monitoring and maintenance and direct care to individuals, families and communities. You are a key member of the Primary Health Team and has interactions with other staff members of Marathon Health. You will also work in partnership with health stakeholders to ensure a collaborative and equitable delivery of primary health services

 

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Qualification in primary health care (e.g., medicine, nursing, pharmacy) with a current registration or practicing certificate.
  • Hold a Credentialed Diabetes Educator (CDE) certification, or be willing to undertake the relevant criteria for award within the first 12 months of employment.
  • Experience handling a clinical case load.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to adapt services to meet varying cultural needs.
  • Ability to work in a team, as well as independently.
  • Sound computer skills, particularly with MS Office Suite.

Please note that we require all staff be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a Working with Children, National Police Check and NDIS Worker Screening check clearances.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Alison Amor on 0427 030 104, or email alison.amor@marathonhealth.com.au.

AHCRS Support Coordinator - Various - Full Time and Part Time - (Ref:22083)
AHCRS Support Coordinator
Full Time or Part Time
Dubbo, Albury, Bathurst or Wagga Wagga NSW

The role on offer

The purpose of the NDIS After Hours Crisis Referral Service (AHCRS) Support Coordinator is to provide Support Coordination to eligible clients of the AHCRS program and to assist the program to meet its objectives.

 

In collaboration with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), this program aims to receive and respond to unavoidable, unforeseen and unresolvable disability related crisis events for NDIS participants across Australia.  Referrers to the service are limited to mainstream service systems across each state and territory in Australia, this includes Hospitals, Acute Mental Health Units, Police, Ambulance and Justice Officers (this may include corrections, guardianship and child protection staff).

 

AHCRS Support Coordinators will work proactively with eligible participants – coordinating and engaging supports to ensure they are being appropriately supported in times of crisis.

 

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Relevant tertiary level qualifications and/or significant experience in a similar role
  • Demonstrated high standard of interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to adapt services to meet varying cultural needs.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish effective workplace relationships with a diverse range of professionals and stakeholders.
  • Well-developed time management and organisational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentially at all times.
  • Sound computer skills and the ability to adapt to new software applications.

Please note that we require all staff be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a Working with Children, National Police Check and NDIS Worker Screening Check clearances.

 Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Dean Bright on 0428 414 041, or email dean.bright@marathonhealth.com.au

 

 

Student Workforce Pathway Coordinator - Albury or Dubbo - Full Time or Part Time- (Ref: 22074)
Student Workforce Pathway Coordinator
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Albury or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer 
Your role will support the development and implementation of the Marathon Health student placement and new graduate workforce strategy. You will collaborate with the Allied Health and Mental Health workforce development Practice Leads to coordinate the delivery of student placements across all programs within the Marathon Health geographic footprint. Your role will also support our Aboriginal workforce strategy including trainee and cadetships.

The Student Workforce Pathway Coordinator will support and liaise with learning institutions including universities, colleges and TAFEs, in the development of partnerships for the placement of students from a number of disciplines such as Occupational Therapy, Speech pathology, Psychology, Social Work, Dietetics, Mental Health and others.

The Student Workforce Pathway Coordinator will be responsible for the ongoing development and implementation of Marathon Health student placement guidelines and procedures to ensure the delivery of a streamlined and quality driven student placement process.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Qualifications in administration, health or other relevant discipline.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with a broad range of relevant stakeholders including customers, business and industry leaders.
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills, including excellent verbal and written reporting skills.
  • Highly developed organisational and time management skills and demonstrated ability to set priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Advanced MS Office skills (Word and Excel).
  • Ability to collect and maintain complex records for data collection, reports and recording ongoing communication.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Albury location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Dubbo location)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Zora Todoroska on 0409 114 492 or email at zora.todoroska@marathonhealth.com.au.

Internship Opportunities - Provisional Psychologist - Dubbo - (Ref: 22077)
Provisional Psychology Interns
  • Paid internship opportunity including supervision and training
  • Dubbo location
  • Sustainable model of support over the period of your internship with Marathon Health, enabling you to meet requirements and pass your exam for registration 
  • Accelerated learning opportunities
  • 4+2, 5+1 and those who have already commenced internships are encouraged to apply

Are you looking to secure an internship to complete your general registration? Why not join an organisation with a wealth of clinical knowledge across all areas of mental health, and learn skills in a multitude of settings!

Marathon Health is committed to growing a strong, skilled local workforce to help meet the mental health needs of rural and regional Australians. 

We offer a sustainable model of support that will enable you to gain experience and make real connections whilst completing your internship. You will be well-supported through our capacity to deliver all elements of supervision – which includes clinical, group and field modes, as well as core professional development training.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

By completing your internship with us, you’ll improve confidence, broaden your experience and develop strong clinical competence. You’ll have access to:

  • An accelerated learning framework that enables you to operate safely within the quickest timeframe possible
  • The Core Connect program, which will support you in meeting your core competency requirements and pass your Psychology Board exams
  • A professional support network for new graduates, peer-to-peer connections and social opportunities via our Community of Practice
  • Successful mental health workforce development program headed by a skilled Project Lead and three experienced Practice Leads
  • A diverse mental health workforce that is capable of supporting, encouraging and mentoring you regardless of your location within the Western NSW PHN region.

We will ensure that you are well supported and engaged, feel welcome and are connected to local community networks.

We would like to fill this role quickly with the right person, so we will review applications as we receive them. If this opportunity is for you, please apply by submitting your application as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact us via email on graduates@marathonhealth.com.au or speaking with Zora Todoroska on 0409 114 492.  

 

Indigenous Male Youth Worker - Condobolin - Full Time - (Ref: 22073)
Indigenous Male Youth Worker
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Condobolin Crossways Pilot Project
 

The role on offer

The Indigenous Male Youth Worker will support the development, implementation and facilitation of the Crossways Pilot Project targeting disengaged young men in Condobolin. The role will also include building pathways to reengage boys in education and employment preparation and to build cultural awareness and increased connection to Country, community and family.

 

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who Identifies as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and has:

  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and ability to engage and communicate effectively with people from all walks of life.
  • Experience of partnership/collaborative working and of building relationships across a variety of stakeholders.
  • Experience in group development, facilitation and programs.
  • Experience in person- centred goal setting alongside participants.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment.
  • Strong understanding of local community and available services.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; primarily Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills, with the ability to manage priorities and meet deadlines.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kylie Falciani on 02 6937 2000.

Occupational Therapist, NDIS Murrumbidgee - Albury - Full Time or Part Time - (Ref: 22071)
Occupational Therapist,
NDIS Murrumbidgee
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Albury, NSW

The role on offer 
The Occupational Therapist is a member of the multidisciplinary team providing goal-based services to children and adults with NDIS Plans and other funding sources. You will work collaboratively with other health professionals and stakeholders and be supported by the Team Lead, Senior Occupational Therapist and multidisciplinary team. Your clinical support will be individualised to meet your needs. 

We consider your experience and interests in the work on offer to support a caseload of largely NDIS referrals in a rural setting.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Recognised qualification in Occupational Therapy and membership (or eligibility to be a member) of Occupational Therapy Australia (OTA)
  • Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Clinical experience or a willingness to gain experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision
  • Commitment to evidence-based practice that is strength based and person centred and to continuing professional development and quality improvement
  • Commitment to clinical supervision
  • Strong time management and organisational skills, completing work in a timely manner
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work in a team environment and autonomously
  • Sound computer skills
  • Current Driver’s Licence.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jenief Cornish on 0408 712 110, or email Jenief.Cornish@marathonhealth.com.au.

Occupational Therapist, NDIS Western - Bathurst or Dubbo - Full Time or Part Time - (Ref: 22056)
Occupational Therapist, NDIS Western
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Bathurst or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer
The Occupational Therapist will provide services for children and adults with a focus on seeing participants in the NDIS, although other opportunities will also arise where the role may be required to work in. You will work collaboratively with other health professionals and stakeholders and will be supported by the Discipline Lead and individualised clinical supervision options.

We consider your experience and interests in the work on offer to support a caseload of largely NDIS referrals in a rural setting. 

Who we are looking for
The successful applicant will be an AHPRA registered, tertiary qualified Occupational Therapist who has:

  • Membership (or eligibility to be a member) of Occupational Therapy Australia
  • Clinical experience or a willingness to gain experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a strong customer focus
  • Commitment to evidence-based practice, continuing professional development and quality improvement.

Full responsibilities of this role may be viewed on the Position Description found at marathonhealth.com.au/job-opportunities

Please note that we require all staff be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a Working with Children, National Police Check and NDIS Worker Screening check clearances.

What we can offer you
Working at Marathon Health will allow you to make a genuine, meaningful difference within the communities you work in.

We pride ourselves on our progressive workplace culture where your voice and ideas are valued and your successes are celebrated.

We believe in providing opportunities to help you grow in your role and learn from the experts around you. We offer an annual professional development allowance of up to $1,500, paid study leave, and access to hundreds of free online courses.

Your work/life balance is important to us. We offer generous leave entitlements and flexible working arrangements, as well as the ability to increase your take-home pay by salary packaging up to $15,900 annually.

To support our vision of enabling country Australians to thrive through improved health and wellbeing, we foster a diverse workforce. To achieve this, we encourage people of all backgrounds and experiences to apply for roles, including First Nations peoples and people with lived experience of mental health. All applications that meet the selection criteria will be considered.

You may be eligible to apply for Relocation allowance via the RDN. For details, please see https://www.nswrdn.com.au/site/index.cfm?display=427816 

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Alli Sykes on 02 6826 5200, or email Alli.Sykes@marathonhealth.com.au

 

Occupational Therapist - Wagga Wagga - Full Time - (Ref: 22018)
Occupational Therapist
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Wagga Wagga, NSW

The role on offer 
The Occupational Therapist delivers services to people of all ages within a multidisciplinary team. They are supported by the local Team Leader and individualised clinical supervision options. 

We consider your experience and interests in the work on offer to support a caseload of largely NDIS referrals in a rural setting.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be an AHPRA registered, tertiary qualified Occupational Therapist who has:

  • Membership (or eligibility to be a member) of Occupational Therapy Australia
  • Clinical experience or a willingness to gain experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a strong customer focus
  • Commitment to evidence-based practice, continuing professional development and quality improvement.

Download the Position Description here

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jenief Cornish on 0408 712 110.

Speech Pathologist - Wagga Wagga - Full Time or Part Time - (Ref: 22016)
Speech Pathologist
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Wagga Wagga, NSW

The role on offer 
The Speech Pathologist delivers services to people of all ages within a multidisciplinary team. They are supported by the local Team Leader and individualised clinical supervision. 

We consider your experience and interests in the work on offer to support a caseload of largely NDIS referrals in a rural setting.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified Speech Pathologist who has:

  • Practicing membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Clinical experience or a willingness to gain experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and clinical supervision
  • Strong customer focus with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work in a team environment and autonomously.

Download the Position Description here

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jenief Cornish on 0408 712 110.

Senior Speech Pathologist - Wagga Wagga - Full Time- (Ref: 22017)
Senior Speech Pathologist
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Wagga Wagga, NSW

The role on offer 
Working in a rapidly growing industry means you’ll have plenty of opportunities to take on new challenges and be supported to enjoy the next step in your speech pathology career. Enjoy being integral to developing our speech pathology service and supporting other speech pathologists. Enjoy the flexibility of working with an organisation that supports your professional development whilst providing a variety of care models to clients of all ages and disabilities.

This opportunity would suit a speech pathologist experienced in working in the disability sector and is looking for more challenges. You’ll work alongside other experienced staff and our Allied Health Team Leaders in supporting staff growth and service delivery. Become involved in meaningful work, creating real outcomes as part of a leading regional charity providing care in rural and remote areas.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified speech pathologist who is a practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia, and has:

  • Demonstrated clinical experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision, including experience in working with individuals who have a disability
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and clinical supervision
  • Experience or a willingness to learn to support other Speech Pathologists and Speech Pathology students
  • A proven commitment to strength based, person centred practice
  • Demonstrated strong customer focus
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work in a team environment and autonomously
  • Sound computer skills
  • Current Drivers Licence with a willingness to travel for work purposes.

Download the Position Description here

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jenief Cornish on 0408 712 110.

headspace

headspace Employment Opportunities

Practice Lead - headspace - Location Negotiable - Full Time - (Ref: 22081)
Practice Lead - headspace
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Negotiiable within our Service footprint

The role on offer

In collaboration with the Clinical Governance Unit and senior operational and clinical headspace staff, the Practice Lead - headspace oversees service delivery systems and processes to ensure delivery of best practice services to young people in line with headspace contract deliverables. In collaboration with Centre Managers, they also oversee training and development of headspace staff with the aims of progressing career development of staff and continually improving services provided to clients.

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Approved tertiary qualification in an allied health discipline including social work or psychology.
  • Full registration with AHPRA or eligibility for full membership with AASW.
  • Advanced level of clinical skills and demonstrated experience in a range of mental health service settings (minimum 5 years’ experience).
  • Experience in complex clinical triage, assessment and allocation of referrals.
  • Experience in service development and maintaining continuous quality improvement.
  • Proven ability in the leadership of multidisciplinary teams, including the provision of clinical supervision and the facilitation of clinical review and performance management processes.
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills; and an excellent track record in building and maintaining effective working relationships with a range of stakeholders.
  • Ability to work in a highly productive environment with time pressures whilst managing multiple tasks.
  • Advanced computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, electronic recording systems and data management tools.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively as a productive team member.
  • Valid Australian Driver’s Licence and a willingness to travel between our headspace Centres as required.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Matt Thomas on 02 6333 2800 or email matt.thomas@marathonhealth.com.au..

Clinical Team Lead - Bathurst - Full Time - (Ref: 22069)
Clinical Team Lead,
headspace Bathurst
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst, NSW

The role on offer 
The Clinical Team Lead will collaborate with the headspace Bathurst clinical team and facilitate excellence in integrated holistic health care with the goal of improving outcomes for clients, the headspace Bathurst services, relevant stakeholders and the wider community.

The role will contribute to the development of evidence-based and innovative clinical services and will promote the delivery of mental health services that are of the highest quality. The role will also be keenly engaged in clinical and caseload reviews and will actively manage referrals and demand for clinical services. This position will also form and maintain working relationships with key agencies in the community to establish integrated care pathways for young people.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Possession of tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work or other allied health discipline recognised by the tertiary mental health services sector.
  • Current full registration ((or a provisional psychologist towards the end of their internship) with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) or current full membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)
  • Have a minimum of 2-3 years clinical experience in the mental health sector, and able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of recovery focused practice specific to the youth population with a clear understanding and/or knowledge of the concept and impact of mental health issues in the community.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate in a team-based environment with capacity for self-reflective practice and the willingness to undertake supervision
  • Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to impart knowledge in a learning environment
  • high degree of computer literacy, including demonstrated experience with report writing and electronic client information management systems
  • Ability to undertake intake and screening activities, and conduct risk assessments, including suicide and violence risks, and to develop action plan that that mitigate these risks
  • Excellent skills in engaging and working with young people, including those from diverse backgrounds.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jason Eggins via email Jason.Eggins@marathonhealth.com.au.

Clinical Lead, headspace - Negotiable - Full Time - (Ref: 22082)
Clinical Lead, headspace
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Location Negotiable across service footprint

The role on offer
Now, more than ever, young people in country communities need our support. With youth mental health reform at the forefront of current policy, this is an exciting time to shape the future of our youth mental health services.

Working closely with our headspace Practice Lead, you’ll provide clinical leadership and guidance to the clinical teams across our headspace centres in Lithgow, Bathurst, Cowra, Orange, Queanbeyan and Dubbo. You will ensure the clinical team are providing high quality services to young people in line with headspace contract deliverables, while contributing to the development, review and delivery of services. Occasional travel between centres will be required as part of this role.

Marathon Health is the lead agency for headspace in Bathurst, Cowra, Dubbo, Lithgow, Orange and Queanbeyan.

Who we are looking for
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Approved tertiary qualification in an allied health discipline including social work or psychology.
  • Full registration with AHPRA or eligibility for full membership with AASW.
  • Advanced level of clinical skills and demonstrated experience in a range of mental health service settings (minimum 5 years of experience).
  • Experience in complex clinical triage, assessment and allocation of referrals.
  • Experience in service development and maintaining continuous quality improvement.
  • Proven ability in the leadership of multidisciplinary teams, including the provision of clinical supervision and the facilitation of clinical review and performance management processes.
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills; and an excellent track record in building and maintaining effective working relationships with a range of stakeholders.
  • Ability to work in a highly productive environment with time pressures whilst managing multiple tasks.
  • Advanced computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, electronic recording systems and data management tools.
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively as a productive team member.
  • Valid Australian Driver’s Licence and a willingness to travel between our headspace Centres as required.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Bathurst location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Cowra location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Dubbo location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Lithgow location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Orange location)

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) (for Queanbeyan location)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Mark Mallia on 0409 274 103.

Data, Reporting and Project Officer - Bathurst, Dubbo or Orange - Full Time - (Ref: 22065)
Data, Reporting and Project Officer, headspace
Full time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst, Dubbo or Orange

The role on offer

Support the headspace teams in collection, collation and presentation of data and reports to assist in evaluation of service delivery, operational decision making and meeting contract deliverables. Interpret data and formulate high-end analytical reports and communicate findings to a range of stakeholders.

 

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

    • Experience in data management and analysis, including scoping and defining report templates.
    • Experience designing, building and implementing standardised reports with an ability to identify data sources and sourcing any missing data required for contractual/operational reporting.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with technical and non-technical staff.
    • Experience managing projects involving multiple stakeholders.
    • Strong MS Excel Skills with experience manipulating data into meaningful reports.
    • Exceptional attention to detail.

Full responsibilities of this role may be viewed on the Position Description found at marathonhealth.com.au/job-opportunities

Please note that we require all staff be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a Working with Children and National Police Check clearances.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)  Bathurst 

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) Dubbo

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) Orange

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Clare Knight on 0438 483 066, or email Clare.Knight@marathonhealth.com.au

Youth Plus Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist) - Lithgow - Full Time - (Ref: 22072)
Youth Plus Care Coordinator
(Provisional Psychologist)
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Lithgow, NSW

The role on offer 
The Youth Plus Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist) will provide increased capacity to engage and support young people (aged 12-25) with complex needs to seek and maintain their treatment within an enhanced primary care setting. This role will also support those young people at risk of self-harm and potential suicide and is responsible for the engagement, assessment, coordination, and provide psychological intervention to young people and their families/carers.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Psychology and either registration / or eligibility to register with AHPRA (Provisional registration).
  • Qualifications in psychology; social work; occupational therapy; nursing; drug and alcohol work; youth work; mental health; or other fields relevant to the provision of clinical interventions for young people with mental health and/or drug and alcohol issues.
  • Experience in the planning and provision of mental health care, including completion of mental health assessments, crisis intervention, psychoeducation, and short term treatment interventions.
  • Highly developed interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to engage with, establish and maintain effective relationships with a diverse range of people, including young people, health professionals, educators, academic researchers, and service providers.
  • Knowledge, skills and experience in direct service provision to young people and/or providing mental health services or therapeutic programs, including being able to assess and respond effectively to crisis and high risk situations when required.
  • Demonstrated understanding of service delivery concerns including privacy and confidentiality principles.
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proficiency in using client information management systems and electronic health records.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK) 

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Bonita Bassett on 02 6352 7600.

Family Clinician - headspace Lithgow - Full Time - (Ref: 22042
Family Clinician, headspace Lithgow
Full time, 75 hours per fortnight
Lithgow, NSW

headspace Lithgow is hiring - Family Clinician

  • Are you a qualified Psychologist, Social Worker or other allied health worker recognised by the tertiary mental health services sector?
  • Are you looking for part-time or full-time work?
  • Do you have experience in individual and family assessment and counselling?
  • Want to work in a multidiscipline team?
  • Want salaried work?

So, what are we offering?

  • A competitive salary
  • As a not-for-profit organisation, you can access salary packaging of up to $15,900 each year - increasing your take home money.
  • in-house group supervision and training opportunities
  • $1500 professional development allowance
  • Five days study leave a year
  • Five weeks annual leave per year, and paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown.
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) 
  • Access to psychometric tools, tests, and instruments.

Who we are looking for

The successful applicant will be someone who can meet the following criteria:

  • Possession of tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work or other allied health discipline recognised by the tertiary mental health services sector.
  • Current full registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) or current full membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW)
  • Experience in providing individual and group interventions to family, friends and carers of young people, with the ability to coordinate flexible service delivery working within an individualised case management or care coordination framework
  • Demonstrated understanding of key issues in relation to the health and wellbeing needs of family or carers of young people with emerging mental health and/or substance use problems
  • Demonstrated knowledge of evidence-based approaches to assessment and family intervention, as well as developmentally appropriate care, therapy, and assessments within diverse communities, including ATSI, CALD, and remote communities.
  • Ability to work in a team environment, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to impart knowledge in a learning environment.
  • Have a high degree of computer literacy, including demonstrated experience with report writing and electronic client information management systems.

Full responsibilities of this role may be viewed on the Position Description found at marathonhealth.com.au/job-opportunities 

Please note that Marathon Health requires all staff be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, along with Working with Children and National Police Check clearances. 

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Bonita Bassett on 02 6352 7600, or email Bonita.Bassett@marathonhealth.com.au.


Youth Peer Worker, headspace - Orange- Full Time - (Ref: 22088)
Youth Peer Worker, headspace
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Orange, NSW

The role on offer 
As a Youth Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our headspace centres by playing an important part in assisting them to maintain their wellbeing and realise their goals. You will encourage shared learning experiences and support skill development through self-directed learning, information and education. You will create opportunities and activities which compliment an individual’s recovery journey goals by ensuring they are strengths-based and led by the individual wherever possible. 

Who we are looking for 
Our Youth Peer Worker roles suit those who are willing to draw upon their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue.Your application will be well considered if you have:

  • A personal experience of mental illness and recovery, and the ability to apply a lived experience lens to service delivery
  • An understanding of recovery-orientated practice model
  • Education on delivery Peer work, or willingness to obtain
  • Demonstrated passion for mental health and the ability to positively promote recovery
  • Knowledge of mental health systems or willingness to develop this
  • Willingness to engage in further education and training related to the provision of peer support
  • The ability to navigate computer applications including Microsoft Office programs.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Amber Knee on Amber.Knee@marathonhealth.com.au.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

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