- Salary range $97,949 – $125,484
- Up to $3,500 for relocation
- Salary sacrificing up to $15,900 & 5 weeks annual leave
Anglicare NT is a respected provider of quality human services across urban, regional and remote areas. Anglicare NT offers a range of career opportunities in the community and social services sector in a diverse range of fields such as children and youth, family relationships and counselling, refugee and migrant, corporate services, financial counselling, mental health, disability and home care, social enterprises and specialist homelessness services
What’s in it for you?
- Salary of $97,949 – $125,484
- Up to $3,500 for relocation assistance
- Eligible for scholarship and bursary grants through NT PHN
- 5 weeks annual leave
- Salary packaging up to $15,900 annually
- Work with and for a great team
- Responsible for the leadership, coordination and delivery of the Functional Recovery Program (FRP) at headspace Darwin.
- Lead and work closely with a multidisciplinary team that includes Peer Support Workers, Allied Health Professionals and Medical Staff
- FRP aims to support the functional recovery goals of young people experiencing mental ill-health and their families/friends
- Coordinate, deliver and oversee the implementation of the Peer Support Program and Family Peer Support Work (Family Mentor) Program.
- Approved tertiary qualifications in a relevant allied health discipline and current membership with AHPRA, or membership of and adherence to the AASW standards for social workers. Postgraduate qualifications in adolescent mental health or equivalent training preferred.
- Advanced skills in clinical mental health including engagement, assessment, holistic treatment provision with young people and families presenting with a range of emotional, social or developmental difficulties, including psychosis and alcohol and other drug difficulties.
- Demonstrated understanding of best practice in leading therapeutic and recovery groups with an evidence-based approach.
- Demonstrated passion and commitment to improving the social and emotional wellbeing of young Aboriginal people, families and community.