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Mental Health Support Worker – Sunshine Coast

Job Description

Mental Health Support Worker

Artius is a Queensland based premier Health Services Company, offering a wide range of services from Psychology, Physiotherapy, Vocational Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy & Employee Assistance Programs. Our team of dedicated professionals continues to grow and develop alongside our business. Our mission is to help people, businesses and communities to reach their potential.

To keep up with our continued growth, we are seeking a practical and adaptable Mental Health Support Worker to provide structured psychological therapy to a wide variety of clients.

Why us?

  • The commitment and support of a well-respected leadership team
  • Being a key member of a high-performance team
  • Access to exciting internal training programs including a Professional Development Allowance
  • Flexible work conditions
  • Access to our Employee Assistance Program

 Job Description

The role

  • Deliver high quality coaching and support services to Artius clients presenting with mild- moderate mental health needs, and disabilities.
  • Providing the delivery of manualised, time-limited, structured psychological interventions via phone and face-to-face service contact.
  • Assisting in the delivery of appropriate NDIS services and client engagement.
  • Assisting in the provision of WorkCover return to work services and support.
  • Providing expert level care to all including vulnerable clientele from diverse backgrounds.
  • Be a proactive and an integral part of the team which could include: implementing strategies or service improvement ideas and responding to customer feedback to grow the referrals via interactions with our team.
  • Work collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary network in the provision of programs to deliver positive mental health outcomes across the region.

 Desired Skills and Experience

What we’re looking for

  • Must hold a Certificate IV in Mental Health (or higher) and a valid driver’s licence.
  • Current Blue and Yellow card or ability to obtain them.
  • Have experience in individual and group based psycho education and therapeutic programs.
  • Demonstrate sound knowledge of evidence based, short term, solutions focused, psychological strategies.
  • Excellent relationship building skills and strong background working from a strengths based approach.
  • Ability to produce professional clinical documentation and notation in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Flexibility to work across different service streams and client groups.
  • Desire to have a diverse role and adapt to change.

Sound like you?

Then this could be the exciting next step in your career so please apply now including a cover letter and up to date resume. If you have any further questions call our recruitment team on (07) 5644 9725.

Artius’ mission is to help people, businesses and communities to reach their potential by offering a complete approach to Health, Employment, Community and Training Services. We are also an equal opportunity employer, who embraces diversity. Everyone is welcome at Artius and we encourage individuals who identify as part of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities to apply. To find out more, please visit our website – www.artius.com.au

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