- Job posted on: 11th Jul 2021
- Applications close:
HelpingMinds is a highly regarded carer support and mental health services organisation, established over 40 years ago. Our compassionate team of staff and dedicated volunteers throughout the metro and regional areas, provide quality services and support to more than 10,000 children, youth, adults, and families affected by mental illness every year.
We are a value-driven organisation that encompasses the values of Hope, Collaboration, Trust, Integrity, and Respect to provide quality service. We welcome your individuality, your ideas, your passion, and your drive. Our people focused culture and flexible approach will help you to succeed both professionally and personally.
Reporting to the Executive Child, Youth and Family Services, this position will be responsible for providing quality services to our Clients as well as coaching and mentoring the Family Support Counsellors and Workers within the Broome, South Hedland and Carnarvon areas, ensuring that the company’s values are upheld, and championing changes required organisationally to drive stronger performance.
Areas of responsibility include the below, for a comprehensive overview please refer to the attached Job Description Form.
The position is offered on a permanent full-time basis (38 hours per week) and will be based out of our Broome office.
To be considered for this role candidates will need to have the below essential qualifications and experience.
In addition to joining a professional and dynamic team, you will work in a supportive and positive environment with staff that live by HelpingMinds’ values and have a strong focus on community needs. We understand the importance of health and wellbeing and offer an employee wellness program.
For more information, contact the Recruitment team on 08 9427 7100.
A position description is attached.
HelpingMinds is an equal opportunity employer supporting diversity in the workplace. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTIQIA+, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, and people with lived experience of mental health issues and of supporting family members with mental health issues.