The Redcliffe Area Youth Space has played an important role in the community for over 20 years, primarily supporting young people aged 10-25 by providing a space in which young people feel welcome, encouraged and supported and to offer services that are innovative, relevant, meaningful and engaging.
Recent funding grants mean we are expanding our services and we need passionate, community minded professionals to support our expansion.
The two programs requiring clinical oversight are:
- The Asha Program- A clinical mental health program for young people aged 12-25 with, or at risk of, a moderate to severe mental health concern. The Asha program focuses on engagement and relationship building as a means of achieving clinical outcomes, and places equal value on social inclusion, psychosocial, and psychological outcomes. Learn more https://www.redcliffeyouthspace.org/our-programs.
- The Safe Space Program- We are part of the Brisbane North Safe Space Network and provide welcoming and supportive spaces for people of all ages experiencing some level of psychological distress. Learn more https://brisbanenorthphn.org.au/news/safe-spaces-open-across-north-brisbane-and-moreton-bay.
We are open to one candidate working full-time and overseeing both programs or two candidates working part-time hours to oversee their program of choice.
As a Clinical Lead you’ll be required to:
- Monitor and evaluate the delivery of the program/s and identify opportunities for improvement.
- Supervise a small team of both clinical & non-clinical team members who deliver these programs including rostering, coaching and mentoring.
In return, we offer:
- Salary of $100,000 per annum (full-time)
- On-call allowances, penalty rates and salary sacrifice opportunities
- Flexible hours and locations (Redcliffe & Caboolture)
- Less red-tape and the opportunity to use your clinical knowledge and experience to develop creative and customised solutions to support our diverse client base.
- The ability to work as part of a small but collaborative team focused on providing wrap-around care to our clients.
- A chance to tap back into why you started your career in community services- helping vulnerable members of our community.
If you need to change gears and get back into a role where you can tangibly see the difference you’re making to people and our community, please contact Kathryn for a confidential discussion about this opportunity on (07) 3283 8769 or by emailing [email protected].
We know making the leap can be a bit scary! We will happily arrange tours of our space and connect you with existing team members and potentially clients as part of our recruitment process so you can see and hear first-hand what it’s like to work with us.
We aim to reflect the diverse community which we service. We run an inclusive and accessible recruitment process and encourage people of all ages, LGBTIQA+ identities, cultural backgrounds and lived experience of disability to apply. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to better accommodate your individual needs through this process.
To apply, please submit your CV and we’ll be in touch.