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Peer Worker – Early Intervention Recovery Team
  • Fixed term contract until 30th June 2024
  • Must have valid driver’s license
  • No qualifications required

Are you looking for an employer with a positive and supportive workplace culture?

Our Early Intervention Recovery Program is looking for a Peer Worker to join the team supporting young people aged between 16-25.

As a Peer Worker you will provide practical support to young people in their home and out in the community. This could involve supporting young people back to work or study, linking them in with mental health services, finding accommodation, and participating in groups that will help develop social skills.

Apply by emailing your CV and cover letter to:

Management Accountant

We are currently seeking a Management Accountant to join our friendly finance team and work within the Mental Health sector. As a Management Accountant, you will play a crucial role in supporting our team to succeed and ensure our financials are managed effectively.

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Recovery Worker – Active Recovery Team

Are you passionate about supporting young adults experiencing mental health challenges within the community? We are seeking a Recovery (or Peer) Worker that is resourceful and committed to join our Active Recovery Team based out of Fiona Stanley Hospital.

The position is full time, on a fixed term contract until June 30th 2024 (Level 2 SCHADS Award), with the possibility for extension.

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Community Mental Health Workers
  • Part-time positions across the Perth Metro
  • Must have a valid driver’s licence
  • No qualifications required

Are you looking for an employer with a positive and supportive workplace culture?

Our NDIS team is growing, which means we need more Community Mental Health Workers genuinely interested in working with people who are experiencing mental health challenges.

As a Community Mental Health Worker, you’ll play an important role in helping people develop strategies to achieve their goals and build independence.

You’ll provide practical support both in people’s homes and out in the community, which could involve assisting with budgeting, cooking, socialising, grocery shopping, transportation, and assistance with appointments.

All enquiries to

Apply here

NDIS Community Mental Health Worker open recruitment

We have an open recruitment process for our NDIS team.

Learn more and apply here