NDIS Psychosocial Recovery Coach Coworth Life

JOB DESCRIPTION

ABOUT US 

We are a small but committed team with the desire to empower people with psychosocial and related disability to pursue their ideal lives. Using community resources and the NDIS, we offer tailored support that values each person’s unique journey, ensuring they stay connected and rooted in what matters to them the most.

 

At Coworth, we believe in a hands-on and heartfelt approach. We assist individuals in building the skills they need to lead a fulfilling life. We look at the bigger picture, ensuring everyone feels understood, included, and valued.

 

We’re looking for a Psychosocial Recovery Coach who: 

  • Believes in our values as much as we do
  • Understand their own levels of resilience, committed to self-care and be assertive in communicating their own needs
  • Is a dependable team player
  • Likes to make things happen
  • Is ready to think outside the square

 

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY 

The Psychosocial Recovery Coach can make a difference in the lives of people facing psychosocial challenges. We’re seeking a dedicated mental health professional to support individuals lead fulfilling lives. Here’s what you’ll do:

  • Support and guide individuals, helping them navigate their journey and work through barriers, engaging supports and using their NDIS plan in the way they would like it used.
  • Foster meaningful and supportive relationships, ensuring they feel understood and valued.
  • Stick by their side in a professional and supportive manner, especially during more challenging times when they need support the most due to the ups and downs of mental health.
  • Collaborate closely with their loved ones and other service providers to create and execute the best support plan.
  • Working with the Managing Director to refine a Recovery Program suitable within the framework of the NDIS and the needs of individuals.

 

ABOUT YOU 

You’re likely what we’re looking for if you:

  • Hold a Diploma in Counselling or Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work or Mental Health, or have equivalent training.
  • At least two years of experience working in a mental health-related field.
  • You have access to a vehicle to see individuals in the community.

 

If Coworth sounds like your ideal environment, we’d love to hear from you. We’re a small but growing team who love working together to build something that matters.

If this is you, please get in touch!