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    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAWorking under the Department of Veteran Affairs and based in Canberra CBD, Open Arms provides mental health services to veterans and their families. The position takes a strengths-based, recovery approach to supporting vulnerable and/or at risk consumers to enhance wellbeing and participation in their community through community engagement, collaborative recovery work, case coordination, complex case management and linkage with group programs and external services. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Care Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisationsWork within collaborative recovery and stepped care models ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers must be eligible to register with AASWMust have or be able to attain a Working with Children Check or Vulnerable Peoples CheckAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817 Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in health, care or support or know someone who is? Sign up with us or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher each! Conditions apply.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$70.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + Super
    • full-time
    CANBERRA (Other locations considered): EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SUICIDE PREVENTIONThe Assistant Director – Suicide Prevention will lead the ongoing implementation and embedding of the SafeSide Framework for Recovery-Oriented Suicide Prevention (SafeSide). You will be a leader in implementing suicide prevention initiatives and creating organisational practice change. You will manage a small team delivering an enhanced ability for the clinicians and mental health peers workers to support vulnerable and at risk clients, while also working collaboratively with international and domestic partners, and community stakeholders. ABOUT THE ROLE:Duties include:Provision of organisational change management to drive nationally consistent best practice suicide prevention framework.Provide subject matter expertiseSupport the development and design of multi-agency suicide prevention practices and the use of technologically supported suicide interventions.Contribute to the development and maintenance of clinical practice and governance policies, accreditation, research and national projects.Drive continuous quality improvement in suicide prevention ABOUT YOU:EssentialAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)High standard of written and oral communicationIT proficient and able to work flexibly across multiple issues with limited guidanceExtensive stakeholder management experience and demonstrated communication skills to effectively manage these relationships.DesirableRelevant experience within the Australian Public Service, and the Australian Defence Force;Relevant experience in complex case management and/or clinical risk assessment;Relevant experience in the leadership and management of clinical teams THE BENEFITS:$70 to $80 p/h + superannuation, paid weekly12 months initial contract with view to extendMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyIf this is something you would like to do, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
    CANBERRA (Other locations considered): EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SUICIDE PREVENTIONThe Assistant Director – Suicide Prevention will lead the ongoing implementation and embedding of the SafeSide Framework for Recovery-Oriented Suicide Prevention (SafeSide). You will be a leader in implementing suicide prevention initiatives and creating organisational practice change. You will manage a small team delivering an enhanced ability for the clinicians and mental health peers workers to support vulnerable and at risk clients, while also working collaboratively with international and domestic partners, and community stakeholders. ABOUT THE ROLE:Duties include:Provision of organisational change management to drive nationally consistent best practice suicide prevention framework.Provide subject matter expertiseSupport the development and design of multi-agency suicide prevention practices and the use of technologically supported suicide interventions.Contribute to the development and maintenance of clinical practice and governance policies, accreditation, research and national projects.Drive continuous quality improvement in suicide prevention ABOUT YOU:EssentialAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)High standard of written and oral communicationIT proficient and able to work flexibly across multiple issues with limited guidanceExtensive stakeholder management experience and demonstrated communication skills to effectively manage these relationships.DesirableRelevant experience within the Australian Public Service, and the Australian Defence Force;Relevant experience in complex case management and/or clinical risk assessment;Relevant experience in the leadership and management of clinical teams THE BENEFITS:$70 to $80 p/h + superannuation, paid weekly12 months initial contract with view to extendMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyIf this is something you would like to do, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAThe Open Arms Outreach Program is designed to increase service accessibility for Open Arms clients. It establishes a network of accredited mental health clinicians, engaged through statutory registration, to support the delivery of services on behalf of Open Arms across Australia. Here is your chance to give back!ABOUT THE ROLE:As an Outreach Program Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsFacilitation of the delivery of high quality clinical outreach services by ensuring appropriate referrals, applying quality assurance procedures and providing information and support to service providersParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisations ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers eligible for AASW membership and be eligible to apply for Mental Heath accreditationMinimum 3 years relevant experienceAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    OUTREACH PROGRAM COORDINATOR - OPEN ARMS - CANBERRAThe Open Arms Outreach Program is designed to increase service accessibility for Open Arms clients. It establishes a network of accredited mental health clinicians, engaged through statutory registration, to support the delivery of services on behalf of Open Arms across Australia. Here is your chance to give back!ABOUT THE ROLE:As an Outreach Program Coordinator, you will work collaboratively with clients and internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arm’s ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. Duties include:Intake assessment and referral, complex case management and case coordination to clients with identified complex and/or multiple needsFacilitation of the delivery of high quality clinical outreach services by ensuring appropriate referrals, applying quality assurance procedures and providing information and support to service providersParticipate in community development and service promotion activitiesMaintain clinical records, collate and analyse data and prepare reports to assist in evaluating and improving service deliveryLiaise with other government agencies and community organisations ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationSocial Workers eligible for AASW membership and be eligible to apply for Mental Heath accreditationMinimum 3 years relevant experienceAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyGenuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    • canberra, australian capital territory
    • contract
    • AU$70.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    CANBERRA (Other locations considered): Assistant Director Clinical Quality Improvement (Information and Feedback)Our Federal Government client is undertaking an exciting period of maturation with a strong focus on improving clinical governance to ensure the service meets evidenced based care. This includes best practice management of client requests for information and service responses to client feedback. The Client Safety Unit is also responsible for identifying systemic service improvement opportunities.The Assistant Director, Clinical Quality Improvement (Information and Feedback), leads a small team providing high quality clinical support and information management services to both national and regional offices. The AD, Clinical Quality Improvement (Information and Feedback) will have experience in working with at risk clients and an excellent understanding of clinical ethics around record keeping, privacy and mandatory reporting obligations. ABOUT THE ROLE:Duties include:Managing the processing of legal notices and the required release of client information.Managing the client feedback and response process.Provision of Nationally consistent clinical advice to staff, demonstrating sound clinical leadership to ensure positive client outcomes and effective service delivery.Manage a small team of clinical staff responsible for the provision of information and record management services and complaints and feedback.Liaison with DVA Legal Services and facilitation of advice, maintaining the Legal Register and correct administration of Legal Protocols.Driving organisational change towards implementation of the Commonwealth Ombudsman Better Practice Complaint Handling Guide.Other duties as determined by the Director. ABOUT YOU:EssentialAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)High standard of written and oral communicationStaff management experienceAbility to liaise with and develop productive working relationships with other teams and organisationsDesirableExperience in clinical service provisionExperience in legal requests for clinical informationExperience in coordinating and assisting in the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clientsCommunity or Defence mental health team experienceExperience in treating substance abuse, mood, and anxiety disorders (including PTSD) THE BENEFITS:$70 to $80 p/h + superannuation, paid weekly12 months initial contract with view to extendMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
    CANBERRA (Other locations considered): Assistant Director Clinical Quality Improvement (Information and Feedback)Our Federal Government client is undertaking an exciting period of maturation with a strong focus on improving clinical governance to ensure the service meets evidenced based care. This includes best practice management of client requests for information and service responses to client feedback. The Client Safety Unit is also responsible for identifying systemic service improvement opportunities.The Assistant Director, Clinical Quality Improvement (Information and Feedback), leads a small team providing high quality clinical support and information management services to both national and regional offices. The AD, Clinical Quality Improvement (Information and Feedback) will have experience in working with at risk clients and an excellent understanding of clinical ethics around record keeping, privacy and mandatory reporting obligations. ABOUT THE ROLE:Duties include:Managing the processing of legal notices and the required release of client information.Managing the client feedback and response process.Provision of Nationally consistent clinical advice to staff, demonstrating sound clinical leadership to ensure positive client outcomes and effective service delivery.Manage a small team of clinical staff responsible for the provision of information and record management services and complaints and feedback.Liaison with DVA Legal Services and facilitation of advice, maintaining the Legal Register and correct administration of Legal Protocols.Driving organisational change towards implementation of the Commonwealth Ombudsman Better Practice Complaint Handling Guide.Other duties as determined by the Director. ABOUT YOU:EssentialAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)High standard of written and oral communicationStaff management experienceAbility to liaise with and develop productive working relationships with other teams and organisationsDesirableExperience in clinical service provisionExperience in legal requests for clinical informationExperience in coordinating and assisting in the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clientsCommunity or Defence mental health team experienceExperience in treating substance abuse, mood, and anxiety disorders (including PTSD) THE BENEFITS:$70 to $80 p/h + superannuation, paid weekly12 months initial contract with view to extendMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Supportive team with a push to see you succeed personally and professionallyIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.

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