Senior Medical Practitioner – UMHCC Service
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Senior Medical Practitioner is an exciting role responsible for providing person centred care services to guests (consumers) accessing the Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
The Senior Medical Practitioner works competently within their scope of practice to deliver evidence based and person-centred care to achieve optimal health outcomes.
Mental Health Clinicians – UMHCC Service
As a Mental Health Clinician, you will draw on your discipline skills, engage with guests (consumers), other clinicians, the guests treatment team, Neami staff and family/friends/carers to provide high quality assessments and interventions aimed at improving mental health outcomes for guests accessing the UMHCC.
The Mental Health Clinician positions will have a strong emphasis on preparing the consumer to transition home. This work will focus on clinical assessment and collaborative care planning.
Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – UMHCC Service
As the Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, you will form part of the UMHCC multidisciplinary team responsible for providing clinical leadership and high-quality, person centered care to Guests accessing the UMHCC.
Based upon the key principles of Clinical Practice, Leadership, Education and Research, the Mental Health Nurse Practitioner is an integral member of the multidisciplinary team and draws on their knowledge of recovery from mental illness and crisis intervention, to instil confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.
Operational Support Officer – UMHCC Service
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Operational Support Officer is responsible for service administrative and frontline support for the ongoing delivery of South Australia’s first Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
The Operational Support Officer will support and contribute to the delivery of high-quality services to consumers by ensuring that staff operating within the UMHCC are provided with office administrative support that is flexible and responsive to their needs.
Peer Support Worker – UMHCC Service
Peer Support workers draw on their lived experience of recovery from mental illness, mental health crisis or caring for someone living with a mental illness to instil confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.
Peer Support Workers are an important element of the team approach and bring the wisdom of experience to many aspects of service delivery including intake interviews, service promotion, partnership work and case reviews.
Registered Nurse – UMHCC Service
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Registered Nurse is an exciting role responsible for providing person centered clinical nursing care services to guests (consumers) accessing the Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
As the Registered Nurse you will form part of the UMHCC multidisciplinary team responsible for providing high-quality, individualised care to consumers accessing the UMHCC. Registered Nurses are integral members of the team and draw on their knowledge of recovery from mental illness and crisis intervention, to instil confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.
Drug and Alcohol Services SA
Nurse Consultant/Principal Social Worker Outpatients
These recently established roles are available in a variety of metropolitan locations. Reporting to the Regional Manager, Outpatient Services, the Nurse Consultant / Principal Social Worker is responsible for the provision of clinical services requiring highly developed skills and knowledge whilst offering leadership, supervision, and support to the multidisciplinary team in providing evidence based, responsive and prioritised clinical services within DASSA Outpatient sites.
In addition to maintaining a clinical case load relevant to clients with Alcohol and Other Drug use and comorbidities this role works alongside the Regional Manager to assist with coordinating staff activities, rostering, case allocation and participating in audits and quality improvement activities to enhance service outcomes. The Nurse Consultant/Principal Social Worker accepts accountability for their professional practice, professional advice given, delegations of care made and for addressing inconsistencies between practice and policy.
Specialist Support Coordinator
The Specialist Support Coordinator will provide tailored, interpersonal support for vulnerable NDIS participants requiring assistance implementing their NDIS plans.
As a Specialist Support Coordinator with iNDige-IS, you will assist our clients to connect with service providers to achieve the goals outlined in their NDIS plan. You will know how to read and interpret NDIS plans and be confident in explaining to your clients how to turn the words on paper into supports in real life.
The role involves both outreach and office-based duties. Strong networks and an ability to build rapport with a wide range of people will be vital to the success of this role.
We are seeking an Administration Officer, who will be is responsible for a range of functions to make sure the administration activities within the organisation run smoothly. The Administrator Office is responsible for file management, induction and exiting of staff, human resources, daily admin emails and calls, staff travel, event management, procedure development, meeting minutes, and records.
As an Administration Officer with KWY, you will administer work improvement initiatives, and time management skills. It is also an essential element of this position to also have a strong communication skill to insure the day to day liaison with participants and relevant government and non-government stakeholders, relevant to the delivery of the projects.
Family Practitioner Working With Children
The successful applicant will possess skills, experience and knowledge in working with Aboriginal people to address child protection concerns and domestic and family violence. The KWY Family Practitioner will be part of a multi-disciplinary team delivering therapeutic and trauma informed case management.
Registered Nurse, New ROADS Mt Gambier
This role is responsible for:
- Working within the New ROADS multidisciplinary team to provide an integrated and comprehensive treatment model to support individuals and their families to address problematic use of Alcohol or Other Drugs (AOD) in a community setting.
- Providing comprehensive Nursing care to the client group through In-Home withdrawal/detoxification.
- Providing support and assistance to the clients GP and oversee implementation of GP care instructions.
- Conducting psychosocial and detox assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of the client’s care.
- Oversee the administration of prescribed medications in accordance with current legislation and standards, within clinical scope of practice.
- Providing Health screenings, and AOD and general health education.
- Link and refer clients to other health programs, counselling and advocacy services and other mainstream or specialist health services