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With a focus on outreaching services to isolated and vulnerable people across NSW and the ACT, we have built the largest non-profit, multi-disciplinary allied health team in regional NSW and are one of the largest providers of headspace services in Australia. 



Our services are person-centred, and we empower clients with choice and control over the support they receive. 

Working with a not-for-profit, you’ll fast-track your career with on the job training – learning from our dynamic team who represent some of the best in their field. You’ll be able to expand your skills with endless professional development opportunities, and have access to generous not-for-profit salary packaging options. We believe that work-life balance is an important aspect of a healthy work environment. We offer flexible work arrangements to help achieve a healthy balance between work and life outside work.

We also have student placement pathways and graduate employment opportunities available across our footprint. Hear stories from recent graduates who have joined our organisation and find out more here.

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.


Marathon Health Recruitment

Marathon Health Employment Opportunities

Health Linker, WARATAH Program - Albury and Wagga - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R059)
Health Linker, WARATAH Program
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Albury and Wagga Wagga, NSW

The Role on Offer

The Wellness and Resilience Achieved Through Allied Health (WARATAH) model of care operates to improve the wellbeing of at-risk or vulnerable residents of Murrumbidgee communities and to support a greater resilience towards the multiple risk factors that may be impacting on health status and overall wellbeing.

The Health Linker will engage in collaborative goal planning, assessment and engagement with the participant in the pursuit of sustainable behaviour change relating to healthy lifestyle choices, building self-confidence and self-reliance.

About You

The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified health professional who has:

  • A minimum of 2 years demonstrated experience in a role/s requiring the application of behaviour change principles, coaching and/or motivational interviewing
  • Understanding of the wider determinants of health, including social economic and environmental factors and their impact on communities
  • Understanding and working knowledge of person-centred practice and development of person-centred plans
  • Good understanding of the community services network, skilled in advocating for client access to programs and are able to motivate and model community participation.
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and ability to engage and communicate effectively with people from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background and Indigenous communities.
  • Experience of partnership/collaborative working and building relationships across a variety of organisations. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday, 24 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Danielle Scoullar on 0428 709 123.

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

Portfolio Manager, Primary Health - Dubbo or Orange - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R060)
Portfolio Manager, Primary Health
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Dubbo or Orange, NSW

The Role on Offer
As the Portfolio Manager, Primary Health reporting directly to the Group Manager, Primary Health, you will:

  • Inspire our allied health team in making a difference to the health & wellbeing of communities across regional NSW
  • Manage a highly skilled workforce and innovative programs within the Commercial Services portfolio
  • Contribute to the growth of the portfolio through innovative service models and new program activity attached to additional funding opportunities

About You
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified leader who has:

  • Extensive experience in management in a health-related field
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate resources to ensure quality services are delivered
  • Foster positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Proven ability to undertake staff and contractor management 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Friday, 25 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Shellie Burgess on 0417 228 091.

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

Team Lead, Integrated Care - Wagga Wagga - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R056)
Team Lead, Integrated Care
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Wagga Wagga, NSW

The Role on Offer
As the Team Lead reporting directly to the Portfolio Manager, Murrumbidgee Primary Health, you will provide regular mentoring, support and supervision to the care coordination team whilst providing quality care coordination for people experiencing chronic disease.

The role supports operational decisions while ensuring delegated program responsibilities and staff are following operational protocols.

About You
The successful applicant will be an NMBA-registered nurse who has:

  • Proven experience in managing and leading a team to achieve results.
  • Demonstrated ability to comprehensively conduct assessments, develop a plan for nursing practice; provide safe, appropriate and responsive quality nursing practice and evaluate outcomes.
  • Demonstrated a high standard of written, interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to adapt services to meet varying cultural needs.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to develop partnerships and service pathways
  • Well-developed time management and organisational skills. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday, 24 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kylie Falciani on 0428 922 117.

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

Marketing and Communications Coordinator - Bathurst - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R062)
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst, NSW

The Role on Offer
As the Marketing and Communications Coordinator, reporting directly to the Marketing and Communications Team Lead, you will support the promotion of Marathon Health’s reputation in line with our corporate brand and strategic vision.

This position is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating communications plans and strategies, with a strong focus on internal communications to support staff collaboration and change management. The role works effectively with a range of stakeholders to provide relevant and current information to staff; day-to-day content, design and quality management of a newly established intranet project; and providing high-level communications support on external campaigns.

The role is well suited to someone with an exceptional eye for detail, and who can think creatively ‘outside the box’.

About you
The successful applicant will be a results-driven champion collaborator who has:

  • Relevant qualifications such as Communications, Media, Public Relations or equivalent.
  • Proven experience in developing high-quality, fit-for-purpose written materials.
  • Demonstrated experience in preparing, implementing and evaluating complex communications strategies.
  • Demonstrated experience providing strategic and expert communications advice to a range of stakeholders.
  • Proven understanding of current marketing and communications practices, particularly as it relates to traditional and social media.
  • Skills and experience in using a CMS or SharePoint system and MS Office products.
  • Capacity to work in a multi-project environment and demonstrate comprehensive administrative, organisation and time-management skills.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Monday, 28 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Raechel Nimmo on 0408 294 129.

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

Administration Officer, Integrated Care - Wagga Wagga - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R058)
Administration Officer, Integrated Care
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Wagga Wagga, NSW

The Role on Offer
Join a dynamic, supportive environment and lend your administrative expertise to our team! As an Administration Officer reporting directly to the Portfolio Manager, Murrumbidgee, you will undertake day-to-day reception tasks, accurate data entry, general office and administration duties to ensure the smooth running of the service.

Experienced administration officers with strong administrative, interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience in providing quality customer service are encouraged to apply.

About You
The successful applicant will be an administrative professional who has:

  • Demonstrated experience providing administrative support in a busy office environment
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain effective working relations with internal and external stakeholders
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to work autonomously and within a team environment, whilst maintaining strict confidentiality at all times
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills and a ‘can-do’ attitude

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday, 24 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kylie Falciani on 0428 922 117.

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

Administration Officer, Disability - Albury - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R061)
Administration Officer, Disability
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Albury, NSW

The Role on Offer
Join a dynamic, supportive environment and lend your administrative expertise to our team. As an Administration Officer reporting directly to the Portfolio Manager, NDIS Murrumbidgee/ACT, you will undertake day-to-day reception tasks, accurate data entry, general office and administration duties. You will work alongside our staff to support our systems and processes and provide efficient services to ensure the smooth running of the office.

Experienced administration officers with strong administrative, interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience in providing quality customer service are encouraged to apply.

Your work will involve working with our staff to support their clients to achieve their goals. An understanding of the NDIS and work with people with disabilities is highly desirable.

About You
The successful applicant will be an administrative professional who has:

  • Demonstrated experience providing administrative support in a busy office environment
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to work autonomously and within a team environment, whilst maintaining strict confidentiality at all times
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills and a ‘can-do’ attitude
  • An understanding of the NDIS and working with people with disabilities. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday, 24 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jenief Cornish via email at jenief.cornish@marathonhealth.com.au.

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

Aboriginal Liaison Officer - Bathurst - Part Time (Ref: 21R2R057)
Aboriginal Liaison Officer
Part Time
Bathurst, NSW

The Aboriginal Liaison Officer will play a key role in delivering the Aboriginal First Aid project and support the coordination and delivery of programs within the Primary Health Services Portfolio. This will include supporting the Primary Health services team to improve health outcomes for those accessing our Indigenous Chronic Disease (ICD) Clinic, pharmacy and eye services; the Chronic Disease Management and Prevention services, and other projects within the portfolio. 

Strong ties to the local Bathurst community are essential to making positive impacts on the lives of those accessing our services. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday, 24 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Shellie Burgess on 0417 228 091.

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

Occupational Therapist - Dubbo - Full Time or Part Time
Occupational Therapist
Full or Part Time
 Dubbo NSW
  • The NDIS is a rapidly growing industry, meaning you’ll have plenty of opportunities to take on new challenges and develop your career in Occupational Therapy.
  • Genuine work-life balance with flexible work hours and the opportunity to work part time
  • Ongoing role located in the heart of Western NSW.  Relocation allowance may be considered for the right applicant.

The Role on Offer

As the Occupational Therapist reporting directly to the Discipline Lead, Occupational Therapy Dubbo,  you will:

  • Deliver person centred, goal directed Occupational Therapy services as part of a large allied health team including speech pathologists and social workers
  • Foster ongoing partnerships with clients, their families and other service providers
  • Drive innovative models of service delivery and contribute to improvements
  • Maintain accurate documentation and clinical records to meet accountability and compliance business requirements
  • Put your exceptional clinical skills to use as you make a difference in the lives of your clients.

About You

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 working with children and adults in a range of service provision models
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a strong customer focus
  • Commitment to evidence-based practice, continuing professional development and quality improvement.

What we can offer you

  • Increase your take-home pay with the ability to salary package up to $15,900 annually
  • Job satisfaction – Support to excel in your role | Opportunities for advancement | Be part of a fabulous culture
  • Professional development opportunities – Up to five days paid study leave | Up to $1,500 annual professional development allowance | Access to clinical supervision arrangements
  • Genuine work/life balance – Up to five weeks annual leave | Extra paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown | Flexible working arrangements | Ability to work from home where applicable
  • The results are in! Our staff were surveyed by Best Practice Australia and found that:
    • 96% feel that their work is purposeful (compared to 91% at other health and community services)
    • 89% feel that we provide a friendly work environment (compared to 68% in other health and community services)
    • 88% feel their manager is supportive at this time of change (compared to 61% at other health and community services).

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday 17 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to 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.

Mental Health Clinician, Strong Minds Western - Dubbo - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R054)
Mental Health Clinician, Strong Minds Western
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Dubbo, NSW (other locations negotiable)

Seeking experienced and motivated mental health clinicians that possess a strong desire to help those in need living in rural Central West NSW. 

  • Deliver integrated primary mental health services to people eligible for services under Strong Minds Western.
  • Numerous opportunities to service our footprint with the possibility to work from home via telehealth.

The Role on Offer
As the Mental Health Clinician reporting directly to the Portfolio Manager, Mental Health, you will:

  • Conduct psychosocial assessments including psychometric testing where appropriate
  • Deliver high quality evidence based therapeutic interventions
  • Deliver new mental health services that are adapted to meet the needs of a diverse client base
  • Contribute to the development, implementation, evaluation and reporting of continuous clinical quality improvement activities

Please view the Position Description for the full responsibilities of this role.

About You
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified psychologist, or mental health accredited social worker, occupational therapist, or registered nurse who has:

  • 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).
  • Ability to use a clinical software package for electronic client records.
  • Experience in, and/or willingness to, use new and advancing technologies to deliver health services (such as Telehealth) and provide outreach services.

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Friday, 25 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Sherryn Honeywood on 0439 551 784.

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

Occupational Therapist - Wagga Wagga or Young - Full Time or Part Time(Ref: 21R2R053)
Occupational Therapists
Full Time or Part Time
Up to 75 hours per fortnight
Wagga Wagga or Young, NSW

Make a positive difference and provide high-quality OT services with a company that encourages career growth in a flexible, friendly work environment.

  • Opportunity to take on new challenges and develop your career in a rapidly growing industry
  • Genuine work-life balance with flexible work hours and the opportunity to work part time
  • Salary package up to $15,900 pa to increase your take-home pay. Uniform and professional development allowance available
  • Ongoing role located in the heart of the Riverina

The Role on Offer
As the Occupational Therapist reporting directly to the Allied Health team Leader Wagga, you will:

  • Deliver person-centred, goal-directed Occupational Therapy services
  • Foster ongoing partnerships with clients, their families and other service providers
  • Drive innovative models of service delivery and contribute to improvements
  • Maintain accurate documentation and clinical records to meet accountability and compliance business requirements

About You
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 working with children and adults in a range of service provision models
  • 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.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Friday, 25 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

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.

Therapist, MST-CAN - Dubbo - Full Time - (Ref: 21R2R017)
Therapist, MST-CAN
Full Time - Dubbo, NSW

Are you considering a tree-change from a hectic city lifestyle to a family-friendly regional centre?

A unique and rewarding career awaits you!

Showcase your extensive clinical ability by contributing to this highly specialised program, working with families with children between 6 to 17 years that have had recent incidences of child abuse and neglect. This challenging but highly rewarding role will see you work as part of a small team that follows a specific model of care to deliver consistently successful outcomes. With a strong rate of referrals, you’ll be guaranteed a unique learning opportunity and your gained experience in this role will contribute to your success in future similar endeavours.

Our preferred candidate will possess a Tertiary Degree in Psychology or Social Work, and will possess a curiosity and be hungry to learn the model of care, whilst being non-judgemental and are able to work under stress.

 Your time spent in the MST-CAN program will be well supervised and highly supported to ensure your success, along with weekly clinical reviews hosted by United States-based expert consultants.

We invite you to learn more about the MST-CAN initiative and the program’s success by viewing these videos:

 Please refer to our Position Description for more information on the role.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact Ryan May on 0409 860 814 or Jackie Wright on 0439 192 207 to discuss this role before applying.

Make the move to Dubbo
If you’re considering a tree change from that hectic city lifestyle, Dubbo provides one of the best Australia has to offer. It is a place where cafes and farms are within minutes of each other; where the people are relaxed and welcoming – and truly mean it when they ask how you are. The community of about 40,000 people is growing with economic development, and there are many different career opportunities available.

With boutique shops, major chain supermarkets and retailers, weekend markets, wineries and parks, affordable housing and property prices, the iconic Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Charles Sturt University, TAFE Western Campus, 16 private and public schools, early learning and child care and so much more, life in Dubbo really is a package deal.

There are so many opportunities in the region. Find out more about all of the exciting things to do and see in Dubbo by visiting www.dubbo.com.au/Visit/visitor-guide

Relocation Incentives may be available upon negotiation.

Key requirements for your success

  • Tertiary degree in Psychology or Social Work
  • Extensive experience and understanding of high-quality risk-assessments
  • Communicate and engage effectively with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Ability to use clinical software packages and the capacity to complete detailed case records
  • Willingness to work hours to suit the needs of the families and MST-CAN model
  • Current Australian Driver Licence and the ability to travel for work purposes

Why work for us?
At Marathon Health we consider our people to be our most valuable resource. In return for your skills, enthusiasm and conduct in line with our ICARE values you’ll receive generous benefits including:

- Fabulous professional development opportunities with up to five days paid study leave and a professional development allowance of up to $1,500 per annum
- A genuine work/life balance and up to five weeks annual leave per annum including extra paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown
- The opportunity to increase your take-home pay with the ability to salary package up to $15,900 per annum

Our Organisation
Marathon Health is a not-for-profit, registered charity with a vision of enabling communities to thrive through improved health and wellbeing. We’re one of the largest providers of headspace services in Australia and the largest not-for-profit employer of allied health professionals in regional NSW.

Our staff represent the best in their field and are committed to making a difference – ensuring our services are person-centred, and clients are empowered with choice and control over the support they receive. We’re passionate advocates for equal access to quality health services for people wherever they choose to live.

We pride ourselves on being a great place to work, embracing diversity, and fostering an inclusive culture where individual differences are respected and celebrated.

How you can join the team
We value diversity and welcome applicants from all walks of life, ages, backgrounds and cultures.

Please submit your application to hr@marathonhealth.com.au, and include a copy of your current Resume/Curriculum Vitae, and a Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the role.

Graduate Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist- Full Time - Numerous Locations
New Graduate Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist
Full Time 
Dubbo, Bathurst, Young, Wagga, or Albury

Marathon Health is offering graduate Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists the opportunity for a great work/life balance working in regional NSW, providing better healthcare closer to home for country Australians.

We are recruiting to new opportunities in Dubbo, Bathurst and Orange in our expanding allied health teams across rural NSW.

At Marathon Health, we work with a broad range of clients in rural and remote NSW. We assist children and adults to meet their goals, while using strong problem-solving skills and collaborative work practises. Our growing workforce is evidence of our strong track record of quality service provision and staff support.

We offer:

  • A structured induction, training and support program aimed to meet your support needs
  • A team culture focussed on support and collaboration
  • An individualised supervision framework supporting personal and professional growth, based around your needs
  • A wide variety of work, covering most age groups and complexities
  • Professional development opportunities including access to a professional development budget
  • A strong and positive work culture where we listen to your needs
  • Competitive pay and working conditions and great work life balance
  • Tax benefits of working in the not-for-profit sector
  • An ongoing role

We are looking for therapists who are:

  • Keen to provide person-centred support in rural areas
  • Excited about enriching their knowledge and experience in innovative service delivery models working with children and adults with support needs including disabilities
  • Proactive and comfortable working in a commercial environment, including as part of the National Disability Insurance scheme

Marathon Health is an independent not-for-profit organisation and are the largest non-government employer of allied health staff in the Western region of  NSW.  We pride ourselves in being a great place to work.

The positions are permanent, and you will enjoy a competitive salary, access to salary packaging of up to $15,900 tax free pa, as well as other generous benefits.

For further information please contact Julie Cullenward Practice Lead – Disability and Workforce Development on 0427 810 007.

For more information please see the Occupational Therapist Position Description or Speech Pathologist Position Description. For information on applying see the  Information Pack.

In order for you application to be considered, you must address the Selection Criteria (see Position Description) attached to your Cover Letter.

Mental Health Clinicians – Various Locations Around NSW - Full or Part Time

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.

If you have a particular interest or experience in working with Older People in any of these disciplines, we would love to hear from you.

We have opportunities across Central, 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

Allied Health Clinicians – Various Locations Around NSW - Full or Part Time

We have a number of vacancies for Allied Health Clinicians. You may be an Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, Dietitian, credentialed Diabetes Educator, Exercise Physiologist or similar.

We have opportunities across Western and Southern NSW including in the vibrant towns of Albury, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga and Young. 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

headspace

headspace Employment Opportunities

Clinical Lead, headspace Western - Orange or Dubbo - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R063)
Clinical Lead, headspace Western
Full Time, Ongoing - Orange or Dubbo, NSW
  • Are you an experienced Clinical Lead with psychology or social work credentials, and able to inspire a team that are already passionate about mental health?
  • This is a genuinely rewarding role which provides leadership and support to the headspace clinical staff and young people who access headspace
  • No two days will be the same as you collaborate with diverse teams and enjoy varied work in different places

The Role on Offer
As the Clinical Lead reporting directly to the Practice Lead, you will:

  • Provide clinical supervision, support and guidance to a multi-disciplinary team
  • Monitor high risk clients and assure that a quality service is being offered in line with evidenced based principles. Make a direct difference to the safety and life experience of young people.
  • Drive collaboration and facilitate multidisciplinary clinical team meetings, care planning and case reviews
  • Lead the development and implementation of evaluation strategies.
  • Review policy and procedures to ensure the service meets relevant Accreditation requirements.

What we can offer you

  • Increase your take-home pay with the ability to salary package up to $15,900 annually
  • Job satisfaction – Support to excel in your role | Opportunities for advancement | Be part of a fabulous culture
  • Professional development opportunities – Up to five days paid study leave | Up to $1,500 annual professional development allowance
  • Genuine work/life balance – Up to five weeks annual leave | Extra paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown | Flexible working arrangements | Working from home arrangements available where applicable
  • The results are in! Our staff were surveyed by Best Practice Australia and found that:
    • 96% feel that their work is purposeful (compared to 91% at other health and community services)
    • 89% feel that we provide a friendly work environment (compared to 68% in other health and community services)
    • 88% feel their manager is supportive at this time of change (compared to 61% at other health and community services).
  • A relocation allowance may be negotiated for the right candidate.

About You
The successful applicant will be a senior allied health clinician or psychologist who has:

  • Full registration with AHPRA or eligibility for full membership with AASW, and relevant tertiary qualifications in an allied health discipline including social work or psychology.
  • Advanced level of clinical skills with demonstrated experience in a range of mental health service settings
  • Demonstrated experience in complex clinical triage, assessment and allocation of referrals, as well as service development and maintaining continuous quality improvement.
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills; and an excellent track record in building and maintaining effective working relationships
  • Ability to work in a highly productive environment both autonomously and collaboratively as a productive team member.

How to apply

  • Applications must be submitted via SEEK only
  • Include a copy of your current Resume/Curriculum Vitae and a Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the role
  • Applications close on Wednesday, 30 June 2021. We wish to fill this role swiftly with the right person, meaning that we will review applications as we receive them. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application as soon as possible.
  • Initial interviews may be done via Video Link.

To be considered for this opportunity you must meet the selection criteria indicated in the Position Description, which can be downloaded here.

For more information on the application process, please see our Information Package. 

Need more information?
If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Melinda Lake on 02 6338 1100, or email Melinda.Lake@marathonhealth.com.au

Centre Manager, headspace Orange - Orange - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R063)
Centre Manager, headspace Orange
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Orange, NSW

The Role on Offer
Join the headspace Orange team as the new Centre Manager!

We’re looking for a dedicated and inspirational leader to guide the team to deliver holistic services to young people in Orange. You will be able to walk into the role and run with the plans that have been developed through collaboration with the team and young people of Orange. Of course, there are plenty of opportunities to make the role your own too! headspace Orange has been undergoing an evolutionary process and can now confidently say that they offer support specifically tailored to the needs of the young people of Orange.

The role supports the team to deliver services under the four headspace streams: mental health, alcohol and other drugs, vocational and educational, physical and sexual health. Plus, is responsible for building on existing connections within the community; with other services, stakeholders and young people.

About You
The successful applicant will be a proven leader who has:

  • Administrative, financial, project management and leadership experience, preferably within a mental health service delivery context.
  • Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills that demonstrate integrity and initiative.
  • Demonstrated capacity to develop strong, effective and sustainable relationships with stakeholders, including the ability to influence and negotiate.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills, with the ability to manage priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Proficiency computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite; primarily Word, Excel and Outlook.
  • Current Australian driver licence and a willingness to travel for work purposes.

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Tuesday, 29 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Clare Knight on 0438 483 066.

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

Senior Youth Care Coordinator (Psychologist) - Orange - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R052)
Senior Youth Care Coordinator (Psychologist),
headspace Orange
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Orange, NSW

Grow your skills and learn from the best! Join our amazing headspace team and improve the lives of young people whilst advancing your career.

  • Act as a subject matter expert and support team members in the provision of psychological interventions and clinical assessments for young people
  • You will be well supported as you work in collaboration with our clinical lead, practice lead and other senior clinicians across our service footprint

The Role on Offer
As the Senior Youth Care Coordinator reporting directly to the Centre Manager, you will:

  • Lead the clinical team of Youth Care Coordinator’s (YCC’s) and facilitate excellence in integrated holistic health care
  • Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of recovery-focused practice that’s specific to the youth population and ensure that young people accessing the service are provided with the relevant assistance
  • Facilitate intake & case conference meetings with internal and external service providers to ensure a positive and collaborative approach
  • Design treatment plans and relevant interventions as identified, and assist the young person to drive their own recovery plan.

Please view the Position Description for the full responsibilities of this role.

 About You

The successful applicant will have:

  • Tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work, Nursing, Occupational Therapy or other allied health discipline recognised by the tertiary mental health services sector, and eligibility for membership of an appropriate professional body
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in a clinical setting, including undertaking clinical assessments, and the ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team with a desire to deliver better outcomes for young people
  • Proven in-depth knowledge of recovery-focused practice specific to the youth demographic
  • A high degree of computer literacy, including demonstrated experience with report writing and electronic client information management systems
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work and impart knowledge in a multidisciplinary team environment

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Friday, 25 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kelly Dent on 0438 377 865.

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

Youth Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist) - Orange - Full Time
Youth Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist)
Full Time - 75 hours per fortnight
Orange NSW

Take on this challenging but rewarding role as our Youth Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist), located at our Orange headspace centre. Your role will be responsible for providing clinical assessments and case management to young people with emerging and/or diagnosed mental health disorders. This is your opportunity to pursue a career where you will see the positive impact of your work every day.

The role will be well supported by experienced clinicians and reports to the Centre Manager, headspace Orange. You’ll be working with a friendly multidisciplinary team that’s focussed on providing the best mental health care to young clients within your community. Become a part of our progressive and energetic culture and contribute to creating real outcomes as part of a leading regional charity.

Provisional Psychologists employed in this role will be required to participate in a Psychology Board of Australia approved Psychology Registration Program. This will entail undertaking paid psychological practice (client-related activities) carried out in an approved professional setting, with paid-for supervision by a Board-approved principal supervisor.

At headspace, our goal is to achieve the best possible mental health outcomes for young people aged 12-25 and their families. headspace proudly leads the way in providing support and resources aimed at stigma reduction and improved understanding of mental health. Working with headspace means you’ll be offered an environment that fosters personal and career development, diversity and wellbeing. Employment at headspace means working in a purposeful, agile and world-leading organisation all in the name of a common mission – raising the profile of youth mental health and providing vital support to those who need it.

Marathon Health is one of Australia’s largest providers of headspace services, with locations in Bathurst, Canberra, Cowra, Dubbo, Lithgow, Orange and Queanbeyan.

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Thursday, 17 June 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kelly Dent on 0438 377 865 or email kelly.dent@marathonhealth.com.au.

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

Allied Health Private Practitioner - Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Workers - headspace Dubbo, Lithgow or Orange
Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker – headspace Dubbo, Lithgow, or Orange

We are looking for appropriately qualified and experienced Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists or Accredited Social Workers to deliver MBS funded mental health services from our new headspace service in Lithgow. This opportunity offers the chance to:

~ Retain 100% of Medicare billings.
~ Be part of a vibrant new team of health professionals in a collegial environment
~ Work with young people 12-25 years and their families.
~ Benefit from a bright, comfortable, fully serviced office, including reception coverage and billing support.
~ Flexible working hours available enabling you to work around other family or work commitments.

For more information, please contact Clare Knight on 02 6333 2800.  To express your interest, please submit through clare.knight@marathonhealth.com.au.

headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health under the Youth Mental Health Initiative.

Allied Health Private Practitioner - Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker - Queanbeyan
Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker – Queanbeyan
We are seeking  appropriately qualified and experienced Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapist or Accredited Social Workers to deliver MBS funded mental health services from headspace centres in  Queanbeyan.

A Working with Children Check (or Working with Vulnerable People Check) is required for all headspace positions. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate work visa.

This oportunity offers the chance to:

  • Be part of an innovative and energetic multidisciplinary team.
  • Receive extremely attractive retention of Medicare Billings.
  • Work with young people 12 - 25 years and their families.
  • Benefit from a bright, comfortable, fully serviced office includin reeiption coverage and billing support.
  • Flexible working hours available.

For further information: Please contact Zora Todoroska  on 0409 114 492 or email z.todoroska@headspacequeanbeyan.org.au

 

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