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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.

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

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

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

Psychosocial Recovery Coach - Bathurst, Condobolin, Dubbo or Walgett - Full Time or Part Time - (Ref: 22060)
Psychosocial Recovery Coach
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Bathurst, Condobolin, Dubbo, or Walgett, NSW

The role on offer 
The purpose of the Psychosocial Recovery Coach is to provide coordination of mental health services for persons experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. The Psychosocial Recovery Coach will work alongside program participants to develop an individual recovery plan. The Psychosocial recovery Coach is an integral role in building the capacity of participants to access appropriate community supports for their individual needs. 

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

  • Possess or is willing to undertake and complete Cert IV in Mental Health or equivalent
  • Understanding of Recovery Model of Care
  • 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
  • Knowledge of service providers in local area
  • Willing to undertake travel.

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 Brittany Cleary via email brittany.cleary@marathonhealth.com.au.

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

Intake and Assessment Administrative Officer, Psychosocial- Bathurst or Dubbo - Full Time or Part Time - (Ref: 22059)
Intake and Assessment Administration Officer,
Psychosocial
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Bathurst or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer 
The Intake and assessment administration position is responsible for providing administration support for the psychosocial portfolio. Additionally the position will be responsible for data collation and extraction for the MDS data uploads. The role will maintain the intake and referral system data entry of incoming referrals.

The role is responsible in ensuring each individual who is referred to a program is allocated an electronic record, and that their record is maintained. The Intake and Assessment Administration officer will also communicate (verbally and in writing) to referrers as required and be a contact point for enquiries.

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

  • Certificate 4 in Mental Health or equivalent, or demonstrated experience and skills in administration and data collection
  • Experience and / or ability to work with systems that support people with mental health concerns
  •  Demonstrated high level organisation and time management skills.
  • Demonstrated high level communication skills and ability to work with clients, carers, and a range of stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.
  • Strong skills in document management and ability to use a clinical software package for electronic client 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 Brittany Cleary via email brittany.cleary@marathonhealth.com.au.

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

Project Support Officer, Primary Health - Dubbo - Part Time - (Ref: 22055)
Project Support Officer, Primary Health
Part Time 
45 hours per fortnight
Dubbo NSW

The role on offer

The Project Support Officer, Primary Health will be responsible for providing program specific implementation, efficient operation of the Rural Outreach Programs within the Primary Health Team, with a focus on the (Healthy Ears, Better Hearing, Better Listening) HEBHBL Program. They will work with the Portfolio Manager, Primary Health to operationalise programs within the portfolio while also providing additional general administrative support across the Primary Health Portfolio as required.

Who we are looking for

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

  • Experience in customer service and demonstrated ability to engage well with the general public
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability empathise with varying personalities
  • Sound understanding of confidentiality
  • Excellent computer skills with experience using Microsoft Outlook and Excel. 
  • Well-developed time management and organisational skills
  • Able to work as part of a team as well as independently. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work within the primary health care sector including experience in engaging community stakeholders for program delivery.
  • Well-developed time management and organisational skills.
  • Sound computer skills and the ability to adapt to new software applications.

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 Lawless on 0438 362 981, or email kylie.lawless@marathonhealth.com.au

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

Intake Administration Officer, Strong Minds Western - Bathurst or Dubbo - Full or Part Time - (Ref: 22054)
Intake Administration Officer, Strong Minds Western
Full or Part Time
Bathurst or Dubbo

The Intake Administration Officer will perform administrative tasks such as document management and telephone bookings in addition to intake, triage, and coordination of referrals received to the Strong Minds Western program.

The Intake Administration Officer will work closely with the Senior Intake and Administration Officer, Clinical Lead and other staff members within the Strong Minds Western Program to ensure all clients referred to the program receive efficient and timely access to appropriate clinical services.

 

Who we are looking for

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

  • Certificate III in Administration or equivalent qualifications, and/or experience in a busy administrative setting.
  • Demonstrated organisation and time management skills with the ability to prioritise, work under pressure and meet deadlines with a minimum of direct supervision.
  • Experience using computers to effectively document and use a clinical software package for electronic client records.
  • Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills, including excellent telephone etiquette.
  • Proven ability to work with clients, carers, and a range of stakeholders whilst taking a person-centred approach, sensitivity and understanding.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.

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 Shana Turner on 0419 725 059 or email shana.turner@marathonhealth.com.au.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

headspace

headspace Employment Opportunities

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.

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

Program Support Officer - Bathurst - Full Time - (Ref: 22053)
Program Support Officer,
headspace Bathurst
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst, NSW

The role on offer 
Join a dynamic, supportive environment and lend your administrative expertise to our team! As the Program Support Officer, you will support the daily administrative requirements for headspace Bathurst by providing confidential administrative and reception support. This is a great opportunity to work in an energetic team environment for a not-for-profit health organisation that’s focussed on youth mental health.

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

  • Excellent organisational and time management skills; and the ability to multi-task and manage competing demands. 
  • Strong customer service skills, particularly the ability to work with young people, internal and external stakeholders.
  • Advanced computer skills across the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly with Word and database tools. The ability to work proficiently, and with accuracy, with Electronic Medical Records.
  • Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to implementation of, equity and workplace health and safety principles.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a broad range of people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences.
  • Proven ability to work both autonomously and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

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 on Jason.Eggins@marathonhealth.com.au.

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

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