Mental Health Clinician, Integrated Recovery Grand Pacific Health


About us

Grand Pacific Health is a leading not-for-profit, primary health care organisation providing locally tailored, high quality physical and mental health (MH) services across NSW and the ACT.

Our vision is equitable health care where everyone has access to affordable, quality and culturally appropriate health services.

About the position

Calling all MH Social Workers, Psychologists, MH Nurses and MH Occupational Therapists who are motivated by a social justice, equity of access to MH services ethic and a passion to make a real difference in people’s lives.

Integrated Recovery Services (IRS) is a free, not for-profit, medium-term MH service with a strong focus on person-centered, strengths-based recovery approaches.  We support people with complex needs and enduring MH vulnerabilities in their journey to lead a meaningful and satisfying life and to help prevent them from slipping through the cracks of the MH system.

Reporting to the IRS Service Manager and working collaboratively with a MH peer worker, as a clinician in IRS, you will use your clinical expertise to support participants to create the positive changes they identify as needed. You will also provide clinical care coordination in collaboration with GPs, psychiatrists, the local health district services and other MH organisations.

This position will be located at our Wollongong Hub, being full time or part time with days/ hrs negotiable (minimum hours are 22.5 per week). Its a fixed term position until 30 June 2024 with possibility of extension

Why work for us?

  • We are a professional and supportive bunch of people to work with.
  • GPH provides continuous learning and development opportunities
  • Regular supervision and support (including Provisional Psychology support)
  • Generous salary packaging of $15,900 available 
  • We genuinely aim to make a positive difference to the lives of those we support!

What you’ll need

  • Experience in working with people with MH issues and complex needs.
  • Excellent admin and organisational skills.
  • Have a contemporary attitude and commitment to MH recovery.
  • Be an AHPRA registered MH Nurse, MH OT or Psychologist (reg or prov)
  • OR be an AASW Credential MH Social Worker (or working toward)

How to apply

Visit our website to download Position Description and Employee Benefits Information.

Use the ‘apply now’ button on our website.

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.

For more information contact: Julie Mooney, Service Manager Integrated Recovery Service. at [email protected] or 0475 514 037

Selected applicants will be asked to provide evidence of compliance with COVID-19 Vaccination.

Applications close: 24 September 2023

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.