- Melbourne • Box Hill
- Job posted on: 15th Oct 2021
- Applications close:
healthAbility, as the name suggests, plays a unique and valuable role in the health system. We work to address the root causes of vulnerability, prevent disease and promote lifelong health outcomes, empowering people in our community to live their best life.
Our role is also supporting people to self-manage long-term health conditions, such as diabetes and mental health challenges, with multidisciplinary teams delivering community-based programs in a comfortable setting. We also support people, including older people and people with disability, to stay living at home longer and to live well in their community.
Our broad range of primary health services, care management and in home and community support services can be tailored to an individual’s needs and with major hubs in Box Hill and Eltham, these services can be delivered locally, in the Eastern and North Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
Although our clients are at the heart of what we do and we strive to positively impact our communities and those who need it most, the wellbeing of our employees is just as important.
When joining healthAbility’s supportive, kind, caring and ethical culture, you are welcomed by multi-disciplinary teams passionate about the health and wellbeing of clients and communities, from prevention through to specialist care, and passionate about continually learning and building on their areas of expertise. We embrace this passion and are values driven, offering careers with meaning and environments that are flexible, evolving, creative and connected.
This role will support the GM Mental Health, AOD and Prevention to collectively lead and coordinate Allied Health and Chronic Disease services delivered via a number of specific public funding streams.
The role will be responsible for providing exceptional shared leadership to a team of passionate mental health, counselling & youth professionals across the whole organisation, managing day-to-day service operations, driving change, and ensuring program services are compliant.
If you want to work with great people - we'd love to hear from you.
To view the position description, please go to https://healthability.org.au/about-us/careers/ click on “current vacancies”. Any enquiries can be made to Rosalyn Sandwell at email@example.com, using the subject line: Program Manager - Mental Health, Counselling & Youth enquiry via EthicalJobs.
If you meet the criteria and are looking for a secure role with purpose with our dynamic and growing organisation, we’d love to hear from you. Click Apply Now.