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Youth Mental Health Clinician - Headspace
Port Adelaide (Part-time, 0.6 FTE)
  • Friendly, supportive and collaborative team
  • Experienced and supportive leadership
  • SCHCDS Award 2010 Level 5 + super + salary sacrifice to reduce your tax and increase take-home pay
  • 1 Fixed term contract until June 2022

Join a multidisciplinary team to support young people aged 12-25 with mild to moderate mental health concerns.

 

About Us

At Centacare Catholic Family Services, our mission is to provide relevant, authentic and effective services that will enhance the quality of life of our clients and enable them to participate fully in the community. We employ approximately 600 staff across our metropolitan and regional locations and we deliver services to over 30,000 South Australians each year, without regard to religion, race, culture, sexuality, gender or economic circumstance. We support people in the areas of disability, family, youth and children, health and well-being, education and training, homelessness and domestic violence. Centacare is an inclusive, child safe and a quality accredited organisation.

 

About the Position

Centacare, as the lead agency of a consortium-based model, is responsible for operating Headspace Port Adelaide. Headspace is Australia's National Youth Mental Health Foundation. The headspace mission is to improve the mental health, social wellbeing and economic participation of young Australians aged 12-25.  Headspace Port Adelaide provides free services to young people in the areas of mental health, physical health, alcohol and other drugs, work and study.

 

Working in a multidisciplinary team, the Youth Mental Health Clinician will provide psychosocial assessment, suicide risk assessment and management, and evidence-based mental health counselling interventions to young people with mild to moderate mental health concerns.

 

See attached Position Description for full details. 

 

About You

To be considered for this position you will need to meet the following criteria:

 

Essential Criteria

  • Fully qualified in one of the following disciplines and membership to associated professional body; Psychologists (either registered or clinical), Accredited Mental Health Social Workers, Accredited Mental Health Occupational Therapists, AHPRA Registered Nurses with Tertiary Mental Health Qualifications OR eligible and commit to achieving the appropriate accreditation/registration/endorsement within the first 12 weeks of employment
  • Experience of two (2) years or more in clinical health settings preferably community based.
  • Proven experience working with young people aged 12-25 and their family and friends
  • Proven experience in working with people experiencing mental health and other wellbeing concerns
  • An understanding of the youth mental health sector in Adelaide
  • Valid Department of Human Services (DHS) Working with Children Check (previously known as ‘Child-Related Employment Screening Clearance’).
  • Valid Driver's Licence 
  • Due to the nature of our services, Centacare is required to comply with COVID19 government directions. You will be required to provide Centacare with your COVID19 vaccination certificate. If you cannot comply, you are encouraged to have a confidential conversation with the hiring manager about your individual circumstances to find out how this may apply to you.

Desirable Criteria 

  • Experience using Mastercare electronic client management system

Our Culture and Benefits

At Centacare we believe that everyone has the right to be treated with respect. We value the uniqueness of individuals, we consult, collaborate and operate with integrity and professionalism. Centacare is committed to cultivating a harmonious workplace free from harassment and discrimination. Equal opportunity principles align with our mission, vision and values. We believe that treating our workers fairly has a positive impact on our clients and maintains our reputation as a great place to work! We offer benefits such as tax savings via salary sacrifice, paid parental leave, supportive work environment and on-going development through various training opportunities.

 

 

How to Apply

Please submit your resume and cover letter (as one document) outlining how you meet the requirements of this position as outlined in the position description. To access the position description or submit your application click on the Apply button!

 

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity please contact Effie Georgiadis, Manager, on 08 8215 6304.

 

Applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

 

 

 

With respect, no agencies please. 

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