Support Worker – Metro South

If you are a person who would like to be a part of something amazing, ... Become an Open Minds Support Worker!Competitive remuneration offered if you have experience working with mental health clients.Opportunity for ongoing professional development.Work in a role where you really make a difference to people living with mental healthBased at our Capalaba and Logan office, this role will service clients from New Farm through to Doolandella, in particular clients based at Alford Street and Carindale.  Candidates who apply will need to ensure this is commutable.We recruit passionate people who are genuinely interested in mental health and want to help individuals with mental health needs.  We don’t see the condition, we see the true person behind the behaviours. If you ask our Support Workers why they love their role, they will tell you it’s a privilege to be part of our client’s journey to help them grow.   It’s about seeing the smiles on our client’s faces when they help them to engage back in the community.  It’s more than providing ‘supports’, it’s about being involved in all aspects of our client’s lives and coaching them through challenging situations.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.We are particularly interested to hear from applicants who have good availability.The non-negotiables! You absolutely must be able to drive and own a functional working vehicle that you are happy to transport our clients in. Candidates who do not meet this requirement will be instantly screened out.You must have prior experience of working with mental health or obtained a broad knowledge of mental health through your studies.Ability to support clients to meet their individual goals.Ability to develop skills and encourage independence & healthy relationships.Good understanding of how to provide supports in a recovery strengths practice.Your availability to work across short shifts over multiple days is essential as well as your ability to do sleepovers (1-2 per week).You must be able to undertake Sleepover shifts (not wake-over)A current Blue card / Yellow card or eligibility to apply for theseOur commitment to you:Culturally safe working environmentInvestment into your professional developmentStrong leaders, who are passionate and foster great teams and drive engagementBenefits:Hourly rate of $26.75 - $29.19Option to salary sacrifice up to $15,900Leave loading of 17.5%Nest 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  50000 AUD Capalaba 4157

Support Worker - Metro South

If you are a person who would like to be a part of something amazing, ... Become an Open Minds Support Worker!

  • Competitive remuneration offered if you have experience working with mental health clients.
  • Opportunity for ongoing professional development.
  • Work in a role where you really make a difference to people living with mental health

Based at our Capalaba and Logan office, this role will service clients from New Farm through to Doolandella, in particular clients based at Alford Street and Carindale.  Candidates who apply will need to ensure this is commutable.

We recruit passionate people who are genuinely interested in mental health and want to help individuals with mental health needs.  We don’t see the condition, we see the true person behind the behaviours. 

If you ask our Support Workers why they love their role, they will tell you it’s a privilege to be part of our client’s journey to help them grow.   It’s about seeing the smiles on our client’s faces when they help them to engage back in the community.  It’s more than providing ‘supports’, it’s about being involved in all aspects of our client’s lives and coaching them through challenging situations.

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.

We are particularly interested to hear from applicants who have good availability.

The non-negotiables!

  • You absolutely must be able to drive and own a functional working vehicle that you are happy to transport our clients in. Candidates who do not meet this requirement will be instantly screened out.
  • You must have prior experience of working with mental health or obtained a broad knowledge of mental health through your studies.
  • Ability to support clients to meet their individual goals.
  • Ability to develop skills and encourage independence & healthy relationships.
  • Good understanding of how to provide supports in a recovery strengths practice.
  • Your availability to work across short shifts over multiple days is essential as well as your ability to do sleepovers (1-2 per week).
  • You must be able to undertake Sleepover shifts (not wake-over)
  • A current Blue card / Yellow card or eligibility to apply for these

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

Benefits:

  • Hourly rate of $26.75 - $29.19
  • Option to salary sacrifice up to $15,900
  • Leave loading of 17.5%

Nest 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