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As you can see on the diagramm in the most numerous number of vacancies of Mental Health Nursing Job are opened in . In the second place is Western District, In the third is Central Highlands and Goldfields.

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Among similar professions in the highest-paid are considered to be Mental Health Clinician. According to our website the average salary is 7748 aud. In the second place is Mental Health Awareness Coordinator with a salary 3400 aud, and the third - Mental Health Case Manager with a salary 2500 aud.

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Registered Mental Health Nurse - Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd
Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
Healthcare Australia are currently seeking expressions of interest from Mental Health Registered Nurse's Div1 for casual agency shifts in the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities. If you have a passion for working in primary health, if you want to work in a unique environment and make a difference , and if you want to work in a multidisciplinary team that shares your dedication to healthcare without judgement , we have the job you are looking for Due to increased growth we have exciting opportunities for Mental Health Nurses to join our growing team. The Client Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider. Operating across all of Victoria's 14 publicly managed prisons and one private prison, Correct Care provides primary healthcare services to in excess of 5,000 prisoners through a diverse and dispersed workforce of healthcare professionals across metropolitan and rural Victoria. Correctional settings provide a unique opportunity to address a range of health issues and to meet the health needs of a population that is normally hard to reach. The Roles We are looking for suitably qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Mental Health Nurses (Division 1) to work in the medical center at the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities Working closely with our medical officers, primary care nursing staff and the Mental Health Unit, these roles provide an opportunity for the successful candidates to work and make a difference with a vulnerable population. Previous experience in Correctional Health is not essential, as support and a comprehensive orientation program is provided. The Person The successful applicant will have: Possess a current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Must have a tertiary qualification in mental health Must have at least 1 year post graduate experience working as a mental health nurse Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team Be committed to delivering quality primary health care services in a correctional environment Possess excellent clinical assessment skills and be an effective communicator Be committed to timely incident reporting, legislative compliance, documentation and developing stakeholder relationships Have knowledge of Legislation and a genuine commitment to standards and quality practice. Possess intermediate to advanced computer skills Benefits of working with Healthcare Australia - Flexibility to decide when and where you work - Choice of weekly pay or QuickPay service to receive payments within 48hrs of a shift - Free Professional Indemnity Insurance - Free Criminal Record Check - Free Uniforms - Free Online and Practical education packages that equal CPD points - Easy to use eHCA app – update availability, self-allocate option & electronic time sheets - Unbeatable bonus & incentive schemes Refer a Friend & Ca$h4Hours$ Earn points and cash out with Healthcare Australia's CA$H4Hours$ Rewards Program Earn points for every hour you work and cash out every time you reach 500 pts. for $500 - Remember 1 pt $1. Terms and conditions apply. See here for full detail https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/cash-for-hours/ To learn more about Healthcare Australia's benefits and culture, visit our website https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/ How to apply? Register your interest at https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/jobseekers/ or for a confidential conversation, call now on 03 5201 8050. One of our friendly staff will take you through a simple and easy recruitment process.
Correctional Health - Registered Mental Health Nurse - Metro & Regional Victoria
Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Healthcare Australia are currently seeking expressions of interest from Mental Health Registered Nurse's Div1 for casual agency shifts in the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities. If you have a passion for working in primary health, if you want to work in a unique environment and make a difference , and if you want to work in a multidisciplinary team that shares your dedication to healthcare without judgement , we have the job you are looking for Due to increased growth we have exciting opportunities for Mental Health Nurses to join our growing team. The Client Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider. Operating across all of Victoria's 14 publicly managed prisons and one private prison, Correct Care provides primary healthcare services to in excess of 5,000 prisoners through a diverse and dispersed workforce of healthcare professionals across metropolitan and rural Victoria. Correctional settings provide a unique opportunity to address a range of health issues and to meet the health needs of a population that is normally hard to reach. The Roles We are looking for suitably qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Mental Health Nurses (Division 1) to work in the medical center at the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities Working closely with our medical officers, primary care nursing staff and the Mental Health Unit, these roles provide an opportunity for the successful candidates to work and make a difference with a vulnerable population. Previous experience in Correctional Health is not essential, as support and a comprehensive orientation program is provided. The Person The successful applicant will have: Possess a current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Must have a tertiary qualification in mental health Must have at least 1 year post graduate experience working as a mental health nurse Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team Be committed to delivering quality primary health care services in a correctional environment Possess excellent clinical assessment skills and be an effective communicator Be committed to timely incident reporting, legislative compliance, documentation and developing stakeholder relationships Have knowledge of Legislation and a genuine commitment to standards and quality practice. Possess intermediate to advanced computer skills Benefits of working with Healthcare Australia - Flexibility to decide when and where you work - Choice of weekly pay or QuickPay service to receive payments within 48hrs of a shift - Free Professional Indemnity Insurance - Free Criminal Record Check - Free Uniforms - Free Online and Practical education packages that equal CPD points - Easy to use eHCA app – update availability, self-allocate option & electronic time sheets - Unbeatable bonus & incentive schemes Refer a Friend & Ca$h4Hours$ Earn points and cash out with Healthcare Australia's CA$H4Hours$ Rewards Program Earn points for every hour you work and cash out every time you reach 500 pts. for $500 - Remember 1 pt $1. Terms and conditions apply. See here for full detail https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/cash-for-hours/ To learn more about Healthcare Australia's benefits and culture, visit our website https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/ How to apply? Register your interest at https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/jobseekers/ or for a confidential conversation, call now on 03 5201 8050. One of our friendly staff will take you through a simple and easy recruitment process.
Mental Health Clinician - Frontline Recruitment
Frontline Recruitment, Greensborough, Banyule Area, VIC
Increase awareness of mental health issues within the community, deliver health promotion activities to encourage engagement and provide daily operational management and support to staff. THE COMPANY With a large workforce across over 50 service sites in VIC, SA, QLD and WA this organisation value creativity, hope and innovation with a strong customer focus and a commitment to make a real difference for people with Mental Health issues. They offer challenging, fulfilling opportunities in an open and collaborative environment and strive to keep their staff up-to-date through training, research and professional development. They also value the experience and contribution of people from all walks of life. THE CULTURE A team of highly skilled professionals who are supportive, who collaborate to get the best outcomes for their clients and who are welcoming and inclusive. THE ROLE Reporting to the Service Manager you will lead a team of experienced Mental Health Clinicians, offer daily operational management and ensure your team can work individually with young people, provide support to families and carers, undertake planning and delivery of group work and liaise with local service providers. You will also participate in community and stakeholder engagement, health promotion and provide direct support to individual customers. THE ESSENTIALS Tertiary degree qualifications in Allied Health (Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Psychology or Psychiatric Nursing. Relevant registration (AHPRA, AAWS) and Mental Health Accreditation Demonstrated experience in a similar role (leadership) WWCC and NDIS Workers Screening Check Clearance THE PERKS Be listened to, supported and challenged Find true job satisfaction and work/life balance Be rewarded for your efforts with competitive remuneration Generous salary packaging options For more information on this role contact James Haru on 0421 553 300 , send a cover letter and up to date CV to jharufrontlinehealth.com.au or APPLY NOW Alternatively, please send your resume to melbournefrontlinehealth.com.au
Correctional Health - Registered Mental Health Nurse - Metro & Regional Victoria
Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd, Newcastle Region, New South Wales, VIC
Healthcare Australia are currently seeking expressions of interest from Mental Health Registered Nurse's Div1 for casual agency shifts in the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities. If you have a passion for working in primary health, if you want to work in a unique environment and make a difference , and if you want to work in a multidisciplinary team that shares your dedication to healthcare without judgement , we have the job you are looking for Due to increased growth we have exciting opportunities for Mental Health Nurses to join our growing team. The Client Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider. Operating across all of Victoria's 14 publicly managed prisons and one private prison, Correct Care provides primary healthcare services to in excess of 5,000 prisoners through a diverse and dispersed workforce of healthcare professionals across metropolitan and rural Victoria. Correctional settings provide a unique opportunity to address a range of health issues and to meet the health needs of a population that is normally hard to reach. The Roles We are looking for suitably qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Mental Health Nurses (Division 1) to work in the medical center at the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities Working closely with our medical officers, primary care nursing staff and the Mental Health Unit, these roles provide an opportunity for the successful candidates to work and make a difference with a vulnerable population. Previous experience in Correctional Health is not essential, as support and a comprehensive orientation program is provided. The Person The successful applicant will have: Possess a current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Must have a tertiary qualification in mental health Must have at least 1 year post graduate experience working as a mental health nurse Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team Be committed to delivering quality primary health care services in a correctional environment Possess excellent clinical assessment skills and be an effective communicator Be committed to timely incident reporting, legislative compliance, documentation and developing stakeholder relationships Have knowledge of Legislation and a genuine commitment to standards and quality practice. Possess intermediate to advanced computer skills Benefits of working with Healthcare Australia - Flexibility to decide when and where you work - Choice of weekly pay or QuickPay service to receive payments within 48hrs of a shift - Free Professional Indemnity Insurance - Free Criminal Record Check - Free Uniforms - Free Online and Practical education packages that equal CPD points - Easy to use eHCA app – update availability, self-allocate option & electronic time sheets - Unbeatable bonus & incentive schemes Refer a Friend & Ca$h4Hours$ Earn points and cash out with Healthcare Australia's CA$H4Hours$ Rewards Program Earn points for every hour you work and cash out every time you reach 500 pts. for $500 - Remember 1 pt $1. Terms and conditions apply. See here for full detail https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/cash-for-hours/ To learn more about Healthcare Australia's benefits and culture, visit our website https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/ How to apply? Register your interest at https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/jobseekers/ or for a confidential conversation, call now on 03 5201 8050. One of our friendly staff will take you through a simple and easy recruitment process.
Registered Mental Health Nurse - Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd
Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Healthcare Australia are currently seeking expressions of interest from Mental Health Registered Nurse's Div1 for casual agency shifts in the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities. If you have a passion for working in primary health, if you want to work in a unique environment and make a difference , and if you want to work in a multidisciplinary team that shares your dedication to healthcare without judgement , we have the job you are looking for Due to increased growth we have exciting opportunities for Mental Health Nurses to join our growing team. The Client Correct Care Australasia is Australia's largest outsourced correctional healthcare provider. Operating across all of Victoria's 14 publicly managed prisons and one private prison, Correct Care provides primary healthcare services to in excess of 5,000 prisoners through a diverse and dispersed workforce of healthcare professionals across metropolitan and rural Victoria. Correctional settings provide a unique opportunity to address a range of health issues and to meet the health needs of a population that is normally hard to reach. The Roles We are looking for suitably qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Mental Health Nurses (Division 1) to work in the medical center at the Correctional Facilities located in Regional Victoria (Geelong & Malmsbury) and the Metro Melbourne Facilities Working closely with our medical officers, primary care nursing staff and the Mental Health Unit, these roles provide an opportunity for the successful candidates to work and make a difference with a vulnerable population. Previous experience in Correctional Health is not essential, as support and a comprehensive orientation program is provided. The Person The successful applicant will have: Possess a current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Must have a tertiary qualification in mental health Must have at least 1 year post graduate experience working as a mental health nurse Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team Be committed to delivering quality primary health care services in a correctional environment Possess excellent clinical assessment skills and be an effective communicator Be committed to timely incident reporting, legislative compliance, documentation and developing stakeholder relationships Have knowledge of Legislation and a genuine commitment to standards and quality practice. Possess intermediate to advanced computer skills Benefits of working with Healthcare Australia - Flexibility to decide when and where you work - Choice of weekly pay or QuickPay service to receive payments within 48hrs of a shift - Free Professional Indemnity Insurance - Free Criminal Record Check - Free Uniforms - Free Online and Practical education packages that equal CPD points - Easy to use eHCA app – update availability, self-allocate option & electronic time sheets - Unbeatable bonus & incentive schemes Refer a Friend & Ca$h4Hours$ Earn points and cash out with Healthcare Australia's CA$H4Hours$ Rewards Program Earn points for every hour you work and cash out every time you reach 500 pts. for $500 - Remember 1 pt $1. Terms and conditions apply. See here for full detail https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/cash-for-hours/ To learn more about Healthcare Australia's benefits and culture, visit our website https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/ How to apply? Register your interest at https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/jobseekers/ or for a confidential conversation, call now on 03 5201 8050. One of our friendly staff will take you through a simple and easy recruitment process.
Social Worker Adult Mental Health Service
South West Healthcare, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Social Worker Hamilton Adult Mental Health Service Located on the beautiful Great South Coast, South West Healthcare offers a comprehensive range of medical, surgical and psychiatric services. The organisation serves a catchment in excess of 110,000 and comprises of a total of 282 beds and an extensive range of primary and community services. Warrnambool boasts excellent sporting, education (pre-school to university), social and cultural facilities. The citys award winning foreshore promenade is a 5.7km path that stretches from the breakwater along the coastline to the Hopkins River mouth. Job Details Department: South West Healthcare Work Type: Ongoing - full time Job Function: Medical and Nursing Classification: As per award Work Location: Hamilton Reference: VG/1547495 Closing Date: 25-Jul-2021 Salary Range: As per award Job Duration: N/A Attachments: Position Description - Mental Health Clinician Adult.pdf (PDF, 301KB) Contact: Praveen Premnath (03) 5551 8418 or email ppremnathswh.net.au Position Details South West Healthcare's (SWH) Hamilton Adult Mental Health Service is seeking applications from committed and a dynamic Social Worker to join the team and provide experience, growth and development. About the role As a valued member of our multidisciplinary team, you will support consumers with severe and persistent mental illness living within the local community. In a recovery oriented model of care, consumers, their families and carers are provided with clinical and non-clinical treatment as part of short and long term case management. Service provision is recovery oriented and trauma informed utilising natural and existing community supports. As a Social Worker you will work within the team using systematic mechanisms that ensures regular communication and the flow of information with other clinical staff and professionals, families, and stakeholder groups located both internally and externally to South West Healthcare. This is a permanent full time position commencing as soon as possible. Part time applications will also be considered. What you bring The successful applicant will be an experienced and qualified Social Worker with the ability to demonstrate excellent skills and broad experience in mental health clinical services, including a proven ability to work within a team based multi-disciplinary model. A working knowledge of Recovery Oriented practices, trauma informed care, current mental health trends, legislation and relevant policy directions of mental health services also is essential for this role. Excellent written, communication and interpersonal skills and initiative with proven ability to work autonomously and within a team, as well as an ability to demonstrate good judgement, work planning, decision-making abilities and organisational skills are essential. Applicants must hold degree in Social Work and be eligible for membership with the AASW. What we offer You will enjoy benefits such as: Excellent salary packaging options including meals & entertainment, novated leasing and additional superannuation contributions; Internal and external professional development opportunities; Ongoing clinical supervision; A range of internal development opportunities focusing on personal development such as resilience and mentoring workshops and comprehensive leadership programs; Excellent terms and conditions of employment. Who we are SWH is the major specialist referral centre for the Barwon South West sub-region, and provides a comprehensive range of acute, sub-acute, specialist, community, mental health and aged services. With a population of 34,000 and a catchment of 100,000 we are the regional healthcare centre to Victoria's Great South Coast. To learn about the vibrant town and region of Hamilton please visit: https://www.visitgreaterhamilton.com.au/ How to apply A position description and further details can be found at our Website under Careers and Volunteers. For specific enquiries regarding the role, please contact Praveen Premnath (Team Leader Hamilton Mental Health Services) on (03) 5551 8418 or email ppremnathswh.net.au Employment Terms and Conditions will be in line with the Victorian Public Mental Health Services Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020, with the appropriate classification Social Worker Grade 2. The successful applicant will be required to be eligible for and undergo the following: Police Record Check Employee Working with Children's Check Current Immunisation status Applications are to be submitted online via our website only under Careers and Volunteers and need to include: an application letter, full personal particulars, qualifications and experience; together with the names of two (2) referees by Sunday 25 July 2021. Note: If you experience any difficulties with this website, please email: humanresourcesswh.net.au As an organisation SWH prides themselves on their values; Care, Respect, Excellence, Integrity and Leadership and their overall dedication to the local community. SWH respects all individuals and promote equity and inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of all genders, sexual orientations, abilities, ages, racial, cultural and religious backgrounds and socio-economic status.
Mental Health - Frontline Recruitment
Frontline Recruitment, Greensborough, Banyule Area, VIC
Increase awareness of mental health issues within the community, deliver health promotion activities to encourage engagement and provide daily operational management and support to staff. THE COMPANY With a large workforce across over 50 service sites in VIC, SA, QLD and WA this organisation value creativity, hope and innovation with a strong customer focus and a commitment to make a real difference for people with Mental Health issues. They offer challenging, fulfilling opportunities in an open and collaborative environment and strive to keep their staff up-to-date through training, research and professional development. They also value the experience and contribution of people from all walks of life. THE CULTURE A team of highly skilled professionals who are supportive, who collaborate to get the best outcomes for their clients and who are welcoming and inclusive. THE ROLE Reporting to the Service Manager you will lead a team of experienced Mental Health Clinicians, offer daily operational management and ensure your team can work individually with young people, provide support to families and carers, undertake planning and delivery of group work and liaise with local service providers. You will also participate in community and stakeholder engagement, health promotion and provide direct support to individual customers. THE ESSENTIALS Tertiary degree qualifications in Allied Health (Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Psychology or Psychiatric Nursing. Relevant registration (AHPRA, AAWS) and Mental Health Accreditation Demonstrated experience in a similar role (leadership) WWCC and NDIS Workers Screening Check Clearance THE PERKS Be listened to, supported and challenged Find true job satisfaction and work/life balance Be rewarded for your efforts with competitive remuneration Generous salary packaging options For more information on this role contact James Haru on 0421 553 300 , send a cover letter and up to date CV to jharufrontlinehealth.com.au or APPLY NOW Alternatively, please send your resume to melbournefrontlinehealth.com.au