Youth Care Coordinator – headspace Orange Marathon Health


Marathon Health is a not-for-profit, registered charity with a vision of enabling communities to thrive through improved health and wellbeing. 

We are looking for a Youth Care Coordinator to join our team in Orange, NSW. The vacancy is Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, and will be ongoing.

What’s on offer: 

  • Tax Free Salary Packaging– Up to $15,900 per year and an additional $2,650 on meal entertainment, accommodation and venue hire
  • Novated leasing – save on your car and running costs
  • Retail discounts and cashback through our employee savings program
  • Up to 25 days annual leave per year, plus additional leave over Christmas/New Year
  • Access to Professional Development allowance and study leave
  • Positive workplace culture that values inclusion, innovation & employee growth

The Youth Care Coordinator role:

  • Conducts psychosocial assessments and screening of young people referred to headspace
  • Engages with headspace clients to ensure ongoing service engagement
  • Collaborates within a multidisciplinary team and contribute to the ongoing success of the centre 
  • Advocates on behalf of young people whose care needs are being coordinated by headspace
  • Assists with community capacity building, community awareness, and education and training activities.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • Qualifications in psychology; social work; occupational therapy; nursing; drug and alcohol work; youth work; mental health, or related field
  • Proven ability to undertake clinical assessments of young people experiencing mental health or drug and alcohol problems
  • Experience working in a multidisciplinary healthcare team
  • Interpersonal skills with the ability to engage and communicate effectively with young people
  • Good working knowledge of computer technology and experience using clinical software packages.

Full responsibilities of this role may be viewed on the Position Description found at

Apply today!

  • Upload your current Resume/CV and a Cover Letter outlining your suitability for the role.
  • Applications close Monday, 18 September 2023. Applications are reviewed as we receive them, so this job listing may close if a suitable candidate is found before this date.

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Sophia Parris via email [email protected] 

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We encourage people of all backgrounds and experiences to apply for our roles, including First Nations peoples and people with lived experience of mental health. 

Applicants must be willing to obtain a valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance, and agree to undertake a national police screening check prior to commencing employment.