- Part time (Mon-Thurs)
- Attractive remuneration negotiable
- Located in the CBD
- Salary packaging benefits
Youth Projects Ltd is a large charity established in 1984 to support young people and families of the northwest suburbs and the central business district (CBD) of Melbourne.
We provide aspirational, life changing support through an integrated model in which multiple barriers are addressed with access to health care, counselling and drug safety, outreach services, employment, education and training.
About the Role
We are seeking the services of a Registered Mental Health Nurse to work within our primary healthcare service in the CBD. The Living Room Primary Health Service provides free healthcare and support to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, disadvantaged or marginalised, with complex healthcare needs.
The successful candidate must have demonstrated skills and experience in working within a multidisciplinary team environment providing coordinated care for people with multiple and complex healthcare needs. A history of working within the mental health and/or the alcohol and other drug sector is highly desirable.
What we offer
Youth Projects provides not-for-profit salary packaging, ongoing professional development opportunities, and regular clinical supervision. We also offer an Employee Assistance Program and being part of a supportive and inclusive community-based team.
How to apply
To apply, please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a Resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria as outlined in the position description.
Applications close on Monday 10 July 2017.
For further information please contact Keith Storace, Executive Manager Community Services, Youth Projects, on 9304 9100.
- Youth Projects is an equal opportunity employer.
- Youth Projects has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the provision of a child-safe organisation.
- Youth Projects actively encourages and welcomes applications from candidates with a disability, culturally and linguistically backgrounds and indigenous candidates