Mental Health Wellbeing Coach/Peer Coach cohealth


  • Multiple Full time / Part time roles available until June 2023
  • Multiple locations – Sunshine & Kensington
  • Attractive Salary benefits and professional development opportunities

So why cohealth?

cohealth leads the way in reducing health and social inequity in partnership with people and the communities in which they live. We are committed to providing inclusive and culturally safe health services that protect the human rights of all people of all gender identities, sexualities, ages, cultural backgrounds, faiths and abilities.

Our inclusive workplace culture enables staff to bring their whole selves to work, where uniqueness is valued, and people experience a feeling of belonging. Our aim is for everyone to thrive in their role.

About the role

This position sits in the Mental Health Pathways Cluster and will deliver services within the Midwest metro catchment (Brimbank, Melton) and Inner west metro catchment (Moonee Valley and Melbourne). The newly funded Pop-Up Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Service aims to respond to mental health and wellbeing needs as a result of the stressors and concerns brought about by the COVID pandemic.

The Mental Health Wellbeing Coach/Peer Coach will provide person-centred, trauma-informed, culturally appropriate wellbeing and recovery focused support to consumers, utilising the Collaborative Recovery Model (CRM) and coaching principles.

Additional information can be obtained from the attached position description.

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Tertiary qualification in fields related to mental health, social work, health or equivalent.
  • For peer coaches, a lived experience of mental health and recovery from mental ill health, a Certificate 4 in mental Health Peer Work is preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience in working positively with consumers who may have a range of complex needs relating to their mental health.
  • An understanding of the Collaborative Recovery Model and/or principles of recovery as they relate to mental health.
  • Experience in developing strong collaborative relationships.
  • Demonstrated ability to work sensitively with people of different cultures, gender and sexual identities.

Application process

Click on apply now to be directed to our careers page. You will be asked to upload your CV/ resume, and answer the questions provided on Talent Propeller.

If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact Renee Rokesandic by email on [email protected]

To apply for this job go to: & enter ref code: 6009584.

Applications close 18 July 2022.


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