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The successful applicants will have an understanding of issues related to health and wellbeing and the impact on the person and their family/carer, including adjustment to change in their health. Social workers promote improved client outcomes through working in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team to provide high quality clinical services across a range of service speciality areas.Successful applicants will be part of a large network of social workers. You will have access to internal training and education targeted at early career allied health professionals, as well as clinical supervision to support development of your social work skills and professional identity.The successful applicants will be employed as a full-time Health Professional Level 1 Social Worker in one of our multidisciplinary teams for 12 months.About YouCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. 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Social Workers – Health Professionals Level 1/2/3Better conditions, Better lifestyle – Be a Health Professional in CanberraWork in high performing inter-professional teams and with experienced colleaguesHighly Valued, Family Friendly, Supportive of Work-Life BalanceJoin ACT Education as a Social Worker and enjoy a career making a difference within our Education system for students. The Directorate’s Allied Health Team (including speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists and social workers) has continued to grow over recent years which shows how much our work is valued by our school communities and our Directorate. We are now expanding our team again and have positions for suitably qualified Health Professionals with a range of years of experience. Full and part-time positions are available and will be offered on 12-month temporary basis, with the possibility of permanency. Positions are available at Health Professional 1, 2 and 3 levels and with opportunities to work as part of a centralised support team or directly in schools.The Future of Education strategic plan, highlights the need for high performing Allied Health teams with its core key principles:Recognising that our allied health professionals’ partner with teachers, school leaders and families to reorientate schools as multi-service environments.Supports for learning and wellbeing are available and provided to students.Empowering professionals, teachers and school leaders to meet the learning needs of all students.Be part of the continued growth of Allied Health School Support ServicesWith Canberra being one of the fastest growing areas in Australia the ACT needs more Health Professionals now and into the future. This growth presents more opportunities within our unique Directorate:The ACT Education Directorate offers career and promotion opportunities for Health Professionals that can meet your professional needs and preferences. Roles are available in the Schools, Allied Health Student Engagement Teams, Flexible Education, and Targeted Support.You can drive from one end of town to the other in 40 minutes.Canberra is 90 minutes from the snow, 90 minutes to the Coast, a 3-hour drive to Sydney and a short flight to most eastern seaboard and southern major capital cities.The RolesApart from the improved lifestyle that comes from living in Canberra, the world’s most liveable city, your Allied Health career will also benefit from a move to the ACT Education Directorate. As a highly valued part of the Student Engagement and School teams you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of programs and interventions which support schools assist students participate in school according to their unique abilities. Your role may include delivering teacher training, strengthening school capacity, developing support programs and best practice adjustments and intervention for students who have a range of learning difficulties and disabilities. You will have opportunities to develop your clinical skills with a range of student needs within mainstream and specialist school teams as well as the Allied Health Student Engagement Team.Be rewarded now and into your futureThe current Health Professionals Enterprise Agreement continues to support Health Professionals in providing high-quality services in our Education Directorate. The Agreement includes a range of excellent work and leave conditions including flexible working arrangements and attractive renumeration and superannuation conditions as well as the availability of additional purchased leave and other salary sacrifice options.Even more benefits to working for usFlexibility During Uncertain TimesInterview appointments are flexible and can be conducted virtually.Your commencement date can be negotiated to account for border restrictions or relocation timelines.Generous Relocation ReimbursementFor those relocating to Canberra for these Health Professional positions a generous reimbursement, of up to $12,000 for singles/couples and $2000 per dependant, is offered for relocation expenses. Relocation expenses will be reimbursed to the successful applicant in accordance with Clause C18 of the Health Professional Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021Your skills and experienceQualifications as a Social Worker with demonstrated ability to work with all students, including those with disability, learning difficulties, complex needs and/or trauma background.Outstanding interpersonal skills.Proven capacity to work as part of a team and the ability to use own initiative and to work independently and with supervision (appropriate to your career progression).Consistently model and demonstrate the ACT Government Respect, Equity and Diversity Framework and lead safe work practices that are in accordance with Cultural Integrity and the Directorate’s Work Health and Safety policies, procedures and roles and responsibilities.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Tertiary qualifications in Social Work.Current professional registration: Social worker membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers or eligibility for membership.Current drivers licence essential, including access to a private vehicle for work purposes.Prior to commencing in this role, a current registration issued under the working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 will be required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to: https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804Note: This is a temporary position available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of permanency. A merit pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill similar vacancies over the next 12 months. Placements will be offered on the basis of organisational/profession need, Health Professional Level of available vacancy and applicants’ availability. Full time and part time hours will be considered. Applicants may be selected on application and referee reports only.***Relocation allowances may be available for suitable candidates in accordance with C18 – Reimbursement of Reasonable Relocation Expenses, ACT Public Sector Health Professional Enterprise Agreement 2018 -2021.How to Apply:INTERESTED IN APPLYING?If you are interested in making a difference to the outcomes of our children and young people, we encourage you to submit an application. To enable us to assess your merit, your application should include your:1.Current curriculum vitaeYour curriculum vitae is your introduction to the selection committee and includes personal details, professional experience, and qualifications. It may also contain a list of publications, presentations, awards or honours, affiliations with professional associations and community interests relevant to the capabilities. The format may be chronological and/or functional. A chronological Resumé starts with your most recent experience. A functional curriculum vitae concentrates on what has been achieved, rather than the positions held. Focus on relevant achievements rather than merely describing the duties of positions held.2.Individual response to the Selection CriteriaIn four pages or less your Statement of Claims against the selection criteria should summarise how your skills, personal qualities and experiences would enable you to fulfil the responsibilities of the position. It is in your interests to present your application in a way that demonstrates significant outcomes associated with each of the criteria, as well as the capabilities and behaviours that underpin them.3.Two RefereesProvide two referees with a thorough knowledge of your work performance and outlook. Ensure that one of the referees is your current or immediate past supervisor. Referees may be contacted at any time during the selection process, and the panel may request a written or verbal referee report. It may also be necessary to go to additional referees. Referees will not be contacted without your knowledgeApplications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. Note This is a temporary position available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of permanency. Apply Now
Student Engagement Occupational Therapist
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Details: Occupational Therapists – Health Professionals Level 1/2/3Better conditions, Better lifestyle – Be a Health Professional in CanberraWork in high performing inter-professional teams and with experienced colleaguesHighly Valued, Family Friendly, Supportive of Work-Life BalanceJoin ACT Education as an Occupational Therapist and enjoy a career making a difference within our Education system for students. The Directorate’s Allied Health Team (including speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists and social workers) has continued to grow over recent years which shows how much our work is valued by our school communities and our Directorate. We are now expanding our team again and have positions for suitably qualified Health Professionals with a range of years of experience. Full and part-time positions are available and will be offered on 12-month temporary basis, with the possibility of permanency. Positions are available at Health Professional 1, 2 and 3 levels and with opportunities to work as part of a centralised support team or directly in schools.The Future of Education strategic plan, highlights the need for high performing Allied Health teams with its core key principles:Recognising that our allied health professionals’ partner with teachers, school leaders and families to reorientate schools as multi-service environments.Supports for learning and wellbeing are available and provided to students.Empowering professionals, teachers and school leaders to meet the learning needs of all students.Be part of the continued growth of Allied Health School Support ServicesWith Canberra being one of the fastest growing areas in Australia the ACT needs more Health Professionals now and into the future. This growth presents more opportunities within our unique Directorate:The ACT Education Directorate offers career and promotion opportunities for Health Professionals that can meet your professional needs and preferences. Roles are available in the Schools, Allied Health Student Engagement Teams, Flexible Education, and Targeted Support.You can drive from one end of town to the other in 40 minutes.Canberra is 90 minutes from the snow, 90 minutes to the Coast, a 3-hour drive to Sydney and a short flight to most eastern seaboard and southern major capital cities.The RolesApart from the improved lifestyle that comes from living in Canberra, the world’s most liveable city, your Allied Health career will also benefit from a move to the ACT Education Directorate. As a highly valued part of the Student Engagement and School teams you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of programs and interventions which support schools assist students participate in school according to their unique abilities. Your role may include delivering teacher training, strengthening school capacity, developing support programs and best practice adjustments and intervention for students who have a range of learning difficulties and disabilities. You will have opportunities to develop your clinical skills with a range of student needs within mainstream and specialist school teams as well as the Allied Health Student Engagement Team.Be rewarded now and into your futureThe current Health Professionals Enterprise Agreement continues to support Health Professionals in providing high-quality services in our Education Directorate. The Agreement includes a range of excellent work and leave conditions including flexible working arrangements and attractive renumeration and superannuation conditions as well as the availability of additional purchased leave and other salary sacrifice options.Even more benefits to working for usFlexibility During Uncertain TimesInterview appointments are flexible and can be conducted virtually.Your commencement date can be negotiated to account for border restrictions or relocation timelines.Generous Relocation ReimbursementFor those relocating to Canberra for these Health Professional positions a generous reimbursement, of up to $12,000 for singles/couples and $2000 per dependant, is offered for relocation expenses. Relocation expenses will be reimbursed to the successful applicant in accordance with Clause C18 of the Health Professional Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021.Your skills and experienceQualifications as an Occupational Therapist with demonstrated ability to work with all students, including those with disability, learning difficulties, complex needs and/or trauma background.Outstanding interpersonal skills.Proven capacity to work as part of a team and the ability to use own initiative and to work independently and with supervision (appropriate to your career progression).Consistently model and demonstrate the ACT Government Respect, Equity and Diversity Framework and lead safe work practices that are in accordance with Cultural Integrity and the Directorate’s Work Health and Safety policies, procedures and roles and responsibilities.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy.Current professional registration: Occupational Therapist registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Capacity to provide the lifting required for handling and positioning inherent in clinical intervention of clients and trial of equipment, in accordance with the relevant Workplace Health and Safety standards.Current drivers licence essential, including access to a private vehicle for work purposes.Prior to commencing in this role, a current registration issued under the working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 will be required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to: https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804Note: This is a temporary position available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of permanency. A merit pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill similar vacancies over the next 12 months. Placements will be offered on the basis of organisational/profession need, Health Professional Level of available vacancy and applicants’ availability. Full time and part time hours will be considered. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only.***Relocation allowances may be available for suitable candidates in accordance with C18 – Reimbursement of Reasonable Relocation Expenses, ACT Public Sector Health Professional Enterprise Agreement 2018 -2021.How to Apply:INTERESTED IN APPLYING?If you are interested in making a difference to the outcomes of our children and young people, we encourage you to submit an application. To enable us to assess your merit, your application should include your:1.current curriculum vitae.Your curriculum vitae is your introduction to the selection committee and includes personal details, professional experience, and qualifications. It may also contain a list of publications, presentations, awards or honours, affiliations with professional associations and community interests relevant to the capabilities. The format may be chronological and/or functional. A chronological curriculum vitae starts with your most recent experience. A functional curriculum vitae concentrates on what has been achieved, rather than the positions held. Focus on relevant achievements rather than merely describing the duties of positions held.2.Individual response to the Selection CriteriaIn four pages or less your Statement of Claims against the selection criteria should summarise how your skills, personal qualities and experiences would enable you to fulfil the responsibilities of the position. It is in your interests to present your application in a way that demonstrates significant outcomes associated with each of the criteria, as well as the capabilities and behaviours that underpin them.3.Two RefereesProvide two referees with a thorough knowledge of your work performance and outlook. Ensure that one of the referees is your current or immediate past supervisor. Referees may be contacted at any time during the selection process, and the panel may request a written or verbal referee report. It may also be necessary to go to additional referees. Referees will not be contacted without your knowledge.Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. Note This is a temporary position available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of permanency. Apply Now
Student Engagement Speech Language Pathologist
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Details: Speech Language Pathologist – Health Professionals Level 1/2/3Better conditions, Better lifestyle – Be a Health Professional in CanberraWork in high performing inter-professional teams and with experienced colleaguesHighly Valued, Family Friendly, Supportive of Work-Life BalanceJoin ACT Education as an Speech Language Pathologist and enjoy a career making a difference within our Education system for students. The Directorate’s Allied Health Team (including speech pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists and social workers) has continued to grow over recent years which shows how much our work is valued by our school communities and our Directorate. We are now expanding our team again and have positions for suitably qualified Health Professionals with a range of years of experience. Full and part-time positions are available and will be offered on 12-month temporary basis, with the possibility of permanency. Positions are available at Health Professional 1, 2 and 3 levels and with opportunities to work as part of a centralised support team or directly in schools.The Future of Education strategic plan, highlights the need for high performing Allied Health teams with its core key principles:Recognising that our allied health professionals’ partner with teachers, school leaders and families to reorientate schools as multi-service environments.Supports for learning and wellbeing are available and provided to students.Empowering professionals, teachers and school leaders to meet the learning needs of all students.Be part of the continued growth of Allied Health School Support ServicesWith Canberra being one of the fastest growing areas in Australia the ACT needs more Health Professionals now and into the future. This growth presents more opportunities within our unique Directorate:The ACT Education Directorate offers career and promotion opportunities for Health Professionals that can meet your professional needs and preferences. Roles are available in the Schools, Allied Health Student Engagement Teams, Flexible Education, and Targeted Support.You can drive from one end of town to the other in 40 minutes.Canberra is 90 minutes from the snow, 90 minutes to the Coast, a 3-hour drive to Sydney and a short flight to most eastern seaboard and southern major capital cities.The RolesApart from the improved lifestyle that comes from living in Canberra, the world’s most liveable city, your Allied Health career will also benefit from a move to the ACT Education Directorate. As a highly valued part of the Student Engagement and School teams you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of programs and interventions which support schools assist students participate in school according to their unique abilities. Your role may include delivering teacher training, strengthening school capacity, developing support programs and best practice adjustments and intervention for students who have a range of learning difficulties and disabilities. You will have opportunities to develop your clinical skills with a range of student needs within mainstream and specialist school teams as well as the Allied Health Student Engagement Team.Be rewarded now and into your futureThe current Health Professionals Enterprise Agreement continues to support Health Professionals in providing high-quality services in our Education Directorate. The Agreement includes a range of excellent work and leave conditions including flexible working arrangements and attractive renumeration and superannuation conditions as well as the availability of additional purchased leave and other salary sacrifice options.Even more benefits to working for usFlexibility During Uncertain TimesInterview appointments are flexible and can be conducted virtuallyYour commencement date can be negotiated to account for border restrictions or relocation timelinesGenerous Relocation ReimbursementFor those relocating to Canberra for these Health Professional positions a generous reimbursement, of up to $12,000 for singles/couples and $2000 per dependant, is offered for relocation expenses. Relocation expenses will be reimbursed to the successful applicant in accordance with Clause C18 of the Health Professional Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021Your skills and experienceQualifications as an Occupational Therapist with demonstrated ability to work with all students, including those with disability, learning difficulties, complex needs and/or trauma background.Outstanding interpersonal skillsProven capacity to work as part of a team and the ability to use own initiative and to work independently and with supervision (appropriate to your career progression)Consistently model and demonstrate the ACT Government Respect, Equity and Diversity Framework and lead safe work practices that are in accordance with Cultural Integrity and the Directorate’s Work Health and Safety policies, procedures and roles and responsibilities.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Tertiary qualifications in Speech Pathology.Eligibility for membership with Speech Pathology Australia.MandatoryPrior to commencing in this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 will be required. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to https://www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/1804/~/working-with-vulnerable- people-(wwvp)-registrationHighly DesirableCurrent driver’s licence essential including access to a private vehicle.Motor Vehicle Allowance provided for travel where vehicles are covered by comprehensive car insurance.Note: This is a temporary position available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of permanency. A merit pool will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill similar vacancies over the next 12 months. Placements will be offered on the basis of organisational/profession need, Health Professional Level of available vacancy and applicants’ availability. Full time and part time hours will be considered. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only.***Relocation allowances may be available for suitable candidates in accordance with C18 – Reimbursement of Reasonable Relocation Expenses, ACT Public Sector Health Professional Enterprise Agreement 2018 -2021.How to Apply:INTERESTED IN APPLYING?If you are interested in making a difference to the outcomes of our children and young people, we encourage you to submit an application. To enable us to assess your merit, your application should include your:1.current curriculum vitae.Your curriculum vitae is your introduction to the selection committee and includes personal details, professional experience, and qualifications. It may also contain a list of publications, presentations, awards or honours, affiliations with professional associations and community interests relevant to the capabilities. The format may be chronological and/or functional. A chronological curriculum vitae starts with your most recent experience. A functional curriculum vitae concentrates on what has been achieved, rather than the positions held. Focus on relevant achievements rather than merely describing the duties of positions held.2.Individual response to the Selection Criteria.In four pages or less your Statement of Claims against the Selection Criteria should summarise how your skills, personal qualities and experiences would enable you to fulfil the responsibilities of the position. It is in your interests to present your application in a way that demonstrates significant outcomes associated with each of the criteria, as well as the capabilities and behaviours that underpin them.3.Two RefereesProvide two referees with a thorough knowledge of your work performance and outlook. Ensure that one of the referees is your current or immediate past supervisor. Referees may be contacted at any time during the selection process, and the panel may request a written or verbal referee report. It may also be necessary to go to additional referees. Referees will not be contacted without your knowledgeApplications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below. Note This is a temporary position available for a period of 12 months with the possibility of permanency. Apply Now
Clinical Manager
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care togetherOur Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our communityOur Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind POSITION OVERVIEWCanberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website:  https://www.health.act.gov.au/ Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) provides assessment and treatment for children and young people up to the age of 18 years who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health issues. CAMHS  Acute Services teams are made up of multidisciplinary mental health professionals provide assessment and treatment within a recovery framework. This role will be to conduct assessment, risk assessments, and safety planning with children and young people with mental health issues that present to The Canberra Hospital, and to provide support to HP1 clinicians. The role will also require the team member to undertake professional development and supervision, participate in quality initiatives and contribute to the multidisciplinary team processes.ABOUT YOUCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply. Behavioural CapabilitiesTo be successful in this position, it is expected that the successful candidate will have the following attributes:⦁ Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team and adapt quickly to a busy changing environment.⦁ Commitment to achieving positive outcomes for children and young people, their families and/or carers.⦁ Ability to respond to and prioritise competing demands in a calm and efficient manner while maintaining high work standards.⦁ Be flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing working environment. Position Requirements/Qualifications:Mandatory for all disciplines:Relevant degree in social work/psychology/occupational therapy qualifications and a minimum of one years’ post-qualification experience working professionally in respective field.A current Driver’s Licence.Occupational Therapists must be registered or eligible for registration with Occupation Therapy Board of Australia and eligible for professional membership of Occupational Therapy Australia.Psychologists must be registered or be eligible for general registration as a Psychologist with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Social workers must have professional membership or be eligible for professional membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) and must have registration under the ACT Working with Vulnerable People Act 2011. Highly desirable for all disciplines:· Experience working with children, young people, and adults with a Mental Illness.⦁ The successful applicant will need to be available for occasional after-hours work, with access to time off in lieu.⦁ Have an understanding of how the National Standards and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.⦁ Fulfil the responsibilities of this role as detailed in the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks. Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to:⦁ Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.⦁ Comply with CHS credentialing and scope of clinical practice requirements for allied health professionals.⦁ Undergo reference checks.⦁ Obtain a Compliance Certificate from OMU (Occupational Medicine Unit) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases. NOTESAn order of merit list will be established from this process to fill identical vacancies at level over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application and referee report only. For more information on this position and how to apply “click here” Career interest categories: Administration and Governance Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services
Mental Health Clinician
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: creating exceptional health care togetherOur Role: to be a health service that is trusted by our communityOur Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and KindPOSITION OVERVIEWTerritory Wide Mental Health Services (TWMHS) includes the Home Assessment and Acute Response Team (HAART) and the Police Ambulance Clinician Early Response (PACER) service. HAART and PACER provide assessment and intervention for acute mental health presentations The HAART team provides community in-reach into inpatient units to facilitate early discharge, hospital diversion, outreach assessment and treatment to people experiencing and living with a severe mental illness and complex needs in a community setting. PACER is a tri-service mental health co-response capability which works in partnership with ACT Policing and ACT Ambulance Services and provides a Police Officer, Ambulance Paramedic, and senior Mental Health Clinician who provide a timely mobile response to people experiencing mental health crisis. The successful candidate will work across both HAART and PACER roles. PACER and HAART operate seven days a week, including weekends and public holidays, and the position holder will be required to work a rotating roster of 8 and 10-hour shifts, including on call arrangement overnight. The position reports to the HAART Manager and is supported by a cohesive multidisciplinary team (including Nurses, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Medical Officers, and Allied Health Assistants)ABOUT YOUCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesAbility to respond to and prioritise competing demands in a calm and efficient manner while maintaining high work standards.Be flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing working environment and differing working styles.Have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with consumers, family/carers, colleagues and emergency service and hospital personnel, particularly in crisis situations.Position Requirements/Qualifications:Relevant tertiary qualifications and a minimum of three years’ (ideal five years’) post experience working professionally in mental health is preferred.Mandatory: Approved tertiary qualifications or equivalent in nursing and be registered or be eligible for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).The successful applicant will need to have a current driver’s licence.The successful applicant will need to be available for weekend and after-hours work.Have an understanding of how theNational Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role in alignment to the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Highly Desirable:Approved as a Mental Health Officer under the Mental Health Act 2015, or eligible to be approved as a Mental Health Officer.Desirable:Post Graduate Qualification in Mental Health Nursing or working towards such.Experience in working in partnership with emergency services personnel that promotes a spirit of cooperation and collaboration, and respect for each other’s philosophy, priorities, knowledge, skills, and experience.Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to: Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Obtain a Compliance Certificate from OMU (Occupational Medicine Unit) relating to assessment, screening and vaccination processes against specified infectious diseases.Gain and maintain a NV1 National Security Clearance.  If a clearance is not granted or maintained your employment in the role will not commence or, if already commenced, will be reassessed.NOTESA merit pool will be established from this process to fill identical vacancies at level over the next 12 months.For more information on this position and how to apply “click here” Career interest categories: Administration and Governance Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services