Case Worker Lismore – Mental Health Momentum Collective



Momentum Collective is a registered charity and not-for-profit community services organisation creating real social change and inclusive opportunities. We have a proud 40 year track record operating in a suite of programs in disability, mental health, homelessness, social and affordable housing, family & domestic violence, child family and community services.

We believe in a shared or collective responsibility to help close these gaps and are looking for can do, positive people, to join our community movement.

Working with Momentum means you’ll be part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives 


Our Mental Health services support hundreds of people each year throughout many New South Wales and Queensland communities. As a Case Worker your role is to provide psychosocial rehabilitation for people who are living with a mental illness. By identifying appropriate supports, you will help transition clients toward recovery and re-integration in their community.  

We can offer you: 

  • Plenty of opportunity to learn and grow 

  • A flexible and supportive working environment  

  • Excellent salary packaging benefits  


  • Tertiary qualification in a social science or related field and/or specialised skills sufficient to perform at this level. 

  • Current Driver’s Licence 

  • Satisfactory Criminal record check.   

  • Current Working with Children Check (NSW) 

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in associated field. 

  • Understanding and experience of working with Aboriginal people and their communities. 

  • Demonstrated experience in case planning and coordination of people with complex support needs. 

  • Understanding of, and demonstrated ability to work with Human Service Agencies. 

  • Demonstrated experience and or understanding of Trauma Informed Care. 

  • Knowledge of relevant statutory requirements. 

  • Ability to advocate on behalf of clients to facilitate access to identified needs. 

  • Ability to initiate and sustain networks and relationships. 

  • Excellent communication skills, particularly in the areas of negotiation, facilitation, mediation and problem solving. 

  • Knowledge of and established connections with the relevant service networks in the region. 

  • Excellent written, verbal and negating skills. 

  • Ability to problem solve. 

  • Ability to manage a complex workload by way of planning and organisation of priorities. 

  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team in meeting deadlines and program milestones. 

  • Previous experience in monitoring and reporting key performance indicators. 

  • Intermediate computer literacy skills including Microsoft office suite and databases.  

  • Demonstrates cultural competency including awareness, knowledge and empathy. 

  • Ability to use initiative and work independently. 

  • Ability to work as part of a team. 

To Apply 

For Enquiries: please contact Simon on 0458 858 514.

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