Case Worker

Case Worker - Temporary Position availableCompetitive remuneration offeredWork in a role where you really make a difference to people  living with mental health  Based at our Grafton office this role requires active engagement with the team leaders and managers of services to promote an effective vision, professional leadership, ensure effective delivery and reporting of service outcomes against the evaluation framework and key performance indicators.Our Community Living Skills (CLS) program provides psychosocial supports to people with complex and enduring mental health conditions. We are looking for experienced staff to join a dynamic team that will work collaboratively with individuals, families, and a range of stakeholders in local communities. Internal and external training, clinical consultation, and professional development opportunities will be available to build on your current understanding and practice.With over a 100 years of service, Open Minds has become a reputable and trusted service provider for mental health.   We are constantly expanding our services and are looking for qualified and experienced Support Workers to work with our client’s with complex mental health needs.  Our commitment to you:Culturally safe working environmentInvestment into your professional developmentStrong leaders, who are passionate and foster great teams and drive engagementThe role: Form professional relationships with participants, in a way that respects their views, autonomy, and cultureDevelop an understanding of the person’s values, goals, and assist person in the development of individual support plansEngage people in activities to meet their needs, promoting understanding, independence, and resilienceWork with the person to improve their daily living skills and quality of lifeFacilitate and encourage access to community resources including social, health, and housing services and supportsComplete documentation and reporting requirements in an effective and timely mannerThe non-negotiables!Valid driving licencePolice record check and a positive Working with Children’s CheckDemonstrated ability to work in a person centred recovery framework using evidenced based practiceDiploma level education or above in related fieldsExperience working with people with mental health conditionsAn open attitude and a commitment for ongoing practice improvementComfortable interacting with clients and families and partner organisationsBenefitsBe part of friendly and supportive team environmentWork within a professional environment with a trusted and respected industry leaderYou will have access to a pool car for business use during work hoursStructured and stepped training to further develop your mental health understanding and skillsAdvancement opportunitiesCompetitive salary including salary packagingIn house clinical consultationNext steps:Step 1: Apply to this ad!Step 2: Answer a few basic questions telling us what you are looking forStep 3: Complete the short online assessment sent to your inboxTo enable us to process your application all 3 steps will need to be completed 65000 AUD Grafton 2460

Case Worker

Case Worker - Temporary Position available

  • Competitive remuneration offered
  • Work in a role where you really make a difference to people  living with mental health  

Based at our Grafton office this role requires active engagement with the team leaders and managers of services to promote an effective vision, professional leadership, ensure effective delivery and reporting of service outcomes against the evaluation framework and key performance indicators.

Our Community Living Skills (CLS) program provides psychosocial supports to people with complex and enduring mental health conditions. We are looking for experienced staff to join a dynamic team that will work collaboratively with individuals, families, and a range of stakeholders in local communities. Internal and external training, clinical consultation, and professional development opportunities will be available to build on your current understanding and practice.

With over a 100 years of service, Open Minds has become a reputable and trusted service provider for mental health.   We are constantly expanding our services and are looking for qualified and experienced Support Workers to work with our client’s with complex mental health needs.  

Our commitment to you:

  • Culturally safe working environment
  • Investment into your professional development
  • Strong leaders, who are passionate and foster great teams and drive engagement

The role:

  • Form professional relationships with participants, in a way that respects their views, autonomy, and culture
  • Develop an understanding of the person’s values, goals, and assist person in the development of individual support plans
  • Engage people in activities to meet their needs, promoting understanding, independence, and resilience
  • Work with the person to improve their daily living skills and quality of life
  • Facilitate and encourage access to community resources including social, health, and housing services and supports
  • Complete documentation and reporting requirements in an effective and timely manner

The non-negotiables!

  • Valid driving licence
  • Police record check and a positive Working with Children’s Check
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a person centred recovery framework using evidenced based practice
  • Diploma level education or above in related fields
  • Experience working with people with mental health conditions
  • An open attitude and a commitment for ongoing practice improvement
  • Comfortable interacting with clients and families and partner organisations

Benefits

  • Be part of friendly and supportive team environment
  • Work within a professional environment with a trusted and respected industry leader
  • You will have access to a pool car for business use during work hours
  • Structured and stepped training to further develop your mental health understanding and skills
  • Advancement opportunities
  • Competitive salary including salary packaging
  • In house clinical consultation

Next steps:

Step 1: Apply to this ad!

Step 2: Answer a few basic questions telling us what you are looking for

Step 3: Complete the short online assessment sent to your inbox

To enable us to process your application all 3 steps will need to be completed

Open Minds is a registered NDIS provider. Our team works to enhance mental health and wellbeing by delivering tailored supports to people living with mental ill health, disability or acquired brain injury.

www.openminds.org.au