Grand Pacific Health is a not-for-profit, primary health care organisation providing locally tailored, high quality physical and mental health services across NSW and the ACT.
About the position
The Mental Health Intake Clinician will be responsible for undertaking region wide clinical intake assessment for GPH mental health services, improving referral pathways and managing demand for people with low to moderate mental health needs across a variety of programs.
The position involves a high level of engagement and collaboration with key stakeholders including consumers and their families and carers, GPH mental health employees, external Mental Health providers, General Practitioners, government and non-government organisations.
Based in our Wollongong hub, this is a part-time opportunity (22.5 hours per week), the hours and days are negotiable. The position is fixed term until 30 June 2023.
Why work for us?
· Flexible work arrangements to find your best work life balance
· Continuous learning and development opportunities
· Regular supervision and support
· Generous salary packaging options including meals and entertainment benefits
· We make a positive difference to the lives of those we support!
What you’ll need
· The successful applicant will have tertiary qualifications in a clinical health related field and be registered with AHPRA or be a Mental Health Accredited Social Worker who is eligible for registration with the AASW
· High level written & verbal communication skills and IT proficiency are required
How to apply
Visit our website www.gph.org.au/employment to download Position Description and Employee Benefits Information.
In your cover letter you must address the selection criteria found in the Position Description. Not addressing the selection criteria may mean that you do not progress to the next step in our recruitment process.
Use the ‘apply now’ button on our website.
For more information contact: Jaci Smith, Manager Primary Mental Health on 02 4220 7688.
Applicants will be asked to provide evidence of compliance with COVID-19 Vaccination.
Applications close: 24th July 2022
We welcome and encourage applications from people who have a lived experience of mental illness and recovery, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse culture and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability.