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By joining our team, you’ll be involved in meaningful work, creating real outcomes as part of a leading regional charity. Help us to achieve our vision of enabling communities to thrive through improved health and wellbeing – join an organisation making a genuine difference. 

“I have been supported to take on study and to change roles over the years – I’ve obtained invaluable experience. When issues arise both personally and professionally, there is support to assist with getting you through the tougher times.”
Clarissa Battye, Recovery Coach, CPS Program, Marathon Health

Employment benefits

Financial benefits

As a not-for-profit organisation, you can access salary packaging of up to $15,900 each year - increasing your take home money.

Flexible working

Flexible working arrangements, such as flexible hours, part-time work and working from home, as long as it complements your role, will help you to achieve a good work life balance.

Professional development opportunities

Up to $1,500 professional development allowance and up to five days paid study leave each year to attend training and conferences, as well as access to in-house learning in a range of areas.

Cultural immersion training

Increase your understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and develop your skills to become more culturally aware and competent – both personally and professionally.

Personal wellbeing

We prioritise staff health and wellbeing as part of our progressive and inclusive workplace culture, with 24/7 access to our free, confidential employee assistance program for counselling support.

Annual leave

Five weeks annual leave per year, and paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown.

Fleet cars

For use on client visits and for travel needs.

“I like my colleagues and the high energy, can do culture. I feel respected and valued.”
Matt Thomas, Practice Lead, Marathon Health

How we recruit

1. Shortlist suitable


2. Interview
with panel

3. Prefered candidate


4. Referee checks
5. Offer of

6. Police and Working
with Children checks


7. NDIS Worker check
(where applicable)

8. Onboarding and

“There are loads of training and professional development opportunities. There is also a lot of staff support available.”
Abbey Frame, Student Provisional Psychologist, headspace
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