Mental Health Clinician – Murray Mallee GP Network
Multiple Positions Available
The positions will work across several commonwealth and state government funded Mental Health Therapy programs. To be considered for this role you must be either a qualified Psychologist with AHPRA registration; a Mental Health Social Worker; or an Occupational Therapist or Registered Nurse with specific specialisation in mental health. Provisional Psychologist requiring supervision may be suitable for this upon application. Continuing employment is subject to performance and ongoing funding.
The MMGPN mental health programs provide clinical services to some of the most vulnerable people in our communities. Experience working in a trauma informed way in the following areas will be highly regarded – mental health preventative services, suicide prevention, services for Aboriginal people, perinatal services, child mental health services, chronic and complex conditions, and rural & remote communities. People with experience in group work, triage, acute and complex assessment, care co-ordination along with Mental Health Nurses are strongly encouraged to apply.
The successful applicants may be eligible for a Rural Relocation Support Package through the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency.
The Murray Mallee General Practice Network is a not for profit, membership based organisation, who boasts an experienced team, and offers a strong commitment to professional development, excellent salary packaging options, and flexible workplace arrangements. It provides a supportive and collaborative environment for employees which enables the delivery of local health solutions that address gaps in health service provision for people who may have difficulty accessing primary care services. Due to the requirement for regular travel to outlying communities, this is a unique opportunity to explore the Murray Mallee region through varied practice locations.
Both the primary location of this position and the base for the Murray Mallee General Practice Network are located in the region’s major population centre, the rural city of Murray Bridge. The region includes an area of 23,000 square kilometres from the eastern Adelaide Hills through to the Victorian border. The Sturt Highway and rail route from Adelaide to Melbourne pass through the region. The River Murray, Coorong and Murray Mallee areas are significant environmental features.
For more information please contact:
Ms Cathy Spanton
Murray Mallee General Practice Network
(08) 8531 1303.
Further information can also be obtained by contacting:
Emma Host, Manager Primary Health Care Workforce Support
Phone: (08) 8234 8277
Applicants are required to address the Person Specification criteria of the Job Description. Your application, including a current resume, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What’s in it for you?
- A great work environment
- Experienced and supportive team
- 5 weeks Annual Leave
- Generous salary packaging options to increase your take home pay
Please be aware that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer and value each person’s uniqueness. We embrace diversity and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and communities including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, religions, cultures, sexual orientations, people with lived experience and people with disabilities
headspace Murray Bridge
IPS Vocational Workers
Senior and Junior position available
Full or Part-time considered
headspace Murray Bridge is seeking experienced and passionate vocational workers to join our innovative and hardworking team. Are you driven to achieve positive mental health and vocational outcomes for young people in your community? This is a great opportunity for you to contribute to an organisation with a proven track record in our region.
The IPS Program is a new program for headspace Murray Bridge, and you would have the opportunity to incorporate employment into the recovery and resilience building model for young people as part of our mental health services and programs already offered in our region. Successful applicants will have skills to work with young people and an understanding of the needs of our community whilst working within a reporting framework and meeting key quality targets.
An understanding of cultural diversity, mental health, barriers to employment and education is essential. Applicants with a lived experience of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Culture are strongly supported to apply or contact our office to enquire about suitability to the role. Our organisation champions diverse recruitment and supports all members of the LGBTQIA+ Community and individuals living with disability to apply for this role.
Remuneration will be negotiated dependent on skills, experience, and qualifications. Our organisation offers generous salary packaging options, 5 weeks Annual Leave & TOIL, in addition to a flexible and supportive working environment.
Job description and advice on how to apply can be obtained on our website: headspace.org.au/murraybridge. All enquiries to Pia Grantham-Young ; Community Engagement Team Leader on Piag@mmgpn.org.au or phone (08) 8531 2122.
A copy of your resume, and application addressing the job and person specifications, should be forwarded with the names of two current referees, by close of business on 26nd July 2021 to the Team Leader, Pia Grantham-Young via email email@example.com
headspace Victor Harbor
Allied Health/Community Engagement Worker
Seven-month maternity leave coverage
Do you have a passion for working with young people and their families to improve their mental health?
Are you a team player, able to work in a multi-disciplinary team and in partnership with other organisations?
This is an opportunity to work with the Murray Mallee GP Network team, based within the Victor Harbor headspace centre, to provide casework and early intervention mental health support to young people. The role will also require you to run early intervention group programs and support local community events focused on increasing mental health literacy and reducing stigma.
To be successful in this position, you will have an undergraduate qualification in any of the following Allied Health fields: Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work or Psychiatric Nursing.
We seek someone with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team. In addition, a track record of working with young people and their families and running groups will be an advantage.
Remuneration will be negotiated depending on skills, experience and qualifications. Our organisation offers generous salary packaging options, five weeks Annual Leave, TOIL, and a flexible and supportive working environment.
Job description and advice on how to apply can be obtained on our website:
A copy of your resume, and application addressing the job and person specifications, should be forwarded with the names of two current referees by 5pm 18th August 2021 to the Team Leader, Rebecca Seal firstname.lastname@example.org
Please direct all enquiries to email@example.com or call 8391 0123.
If you intend to apply for employment with the MMGPN, you must read the Guidelines for Job Applicants to assist you in your application.
**All positions subject to a successful Families & Communities Criminal History Check**