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Community Rehabilitation Workers - Casual - Mental Health

  • Eastern & Western Mental Health, Elpida House, EICC, WICC
  • $23.41 p/hr - $25.34 p/hr - Casual - OPS2

Working under the general direction of the Shift Coordinator, you will provide a range of non-clinical, psychosocial rehabilitation support to mental health consumers in concert with the services provided by the professional/clinical on-site staff team. The duties you perform will be of a practical nature, supporting residents' accomplishment of their stated goals rehabilitation and recovery with direct support for day to day tasks. You will work across a range of environments including the Centre and the larger community to assist and support the development of the resident's rehabilitation in partnership with their existing formal and informal networks. Join us and you will get to be part of our ongoing approach to transforming mental healthcare. Applying your unique skills, you can offer holistic, balanced care that focuses on patient recovery. Developing long-term relationships you will be able to use your skills across a range of challenging and rewarding areas.

To be successful in this role, you will have experience in reporting to and liaising with multiple stakeholders across the spectrum of mental health. Having worked with consumers of mental health services, you will bring a sound understanding of mental illness and the impacts of associated disability on the individual and their community. Under direction, you will have the ability in assisting staff to carry out basic and rehabilitative tasks with service users, either individually or in groups. Your strong interpersonal skills will equip you to communicate effectively with a diverse group of individuals and communities. Job Ref: 520814.

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