- This position qualifies for incentives under the NSW Rural Health Workforce Incentive Scheme, including up to $5,000 or $10,000 sign on bonus, and up to $5,000 or $10,000 each year (incentive value dependent on full-time equivalent, position and location). Find out more here
Position Classification: Dependent upon qualifications and experience
Remuneration: $122,738.00 – $132,799.68 per annum (+ super + 17.5% leave loading where applicable)
Hours per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ403034
Vaccination Category: A (including influenza and 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccination)
Outstanding Experience. Infinite Opportunities.
Here in the Riverina, we treasure your skills and experience and we’re ready to roll out the red carpet to welcome you to town.
We’ve prepared oodles of goodies to help you move and settle in, including:
- Up to $5k or $10k sign on bonus + $5k or $10k rolling annual bonus (incentive value dependent on full-time equivalent, position and location). Find out more here!
- Salary packaging up to $20,600 per annum tax free for living expenses! Take advantage of novated leasing a new car!
- Relocation assistance and accommodation support considerations
- Subsidised gym and leisure centre membership for you and your family
- Free confidential counselling services for you and your family
Craving a fresh start somewhere new and actually interesting? Join the incredible team in the Murrumbidgee District. Jump in at a comfort level that suits you: from state-of-the-art hospital that will remind you of the city, to small multi-disciplinary health facility where you literally get to do it all. No matter where you choose, your learning will be nurtured and you’ll be well supported to operate at the top of your scope.
And don’t worry – there are already oodles of young people here to welcome you: at work, in local clubs, at the pub, and down at the river!
There’s heaps to show your family when they come to visit, which is a breeze – you’ll be central to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. (You can always pop home for the weekend on a quick flight if you find a break in your social calendar!)
Want to know more about the community of Deniliquin? Visit us here.
About Your Role
The Community Team Manager is responsible for management and leadership of the multidisciplinary Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Service, including CAMHS, Youth, Adult, Older Persons, Peer, Aboriginal and Drug and Alcohol as distinct specialties, ensuring that each is well supported to achieve relevant service outcomes.
The position provides high level strategic alignment to the MHDA district plans and direction, communication of these with the team and leads change processes.
The Team Manager will work closely with the Team Clinical Leaders, Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol, to ensure a focus on evidenced based, person centred care and family sensitive practice, which is provided within a recovery-oriented framework with links to other support services.
Community MHDA services include crisis services, promotion, prevention & early intervention, chronic & complex care, consumer, carer and family peer supports, drug and alcohol counselling and opioid treatment services.
Learn more about the role and requirements here.
Upgrade Your Career and Lifestyle at MLHD
Your application will require you to include a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and experience and why you are a good fit for this position.
Go on, you’ve earned a promotion, a world-class workplace, inspiring colleagues, award-winning staﬀ and patient programs – all wrapped up in a rich tapestry of cultural treasures. Contact Alison Thorne, District Manager Community MHDA on 0400 401 877 or [email protected] now for a confidential chat.
New applicants must have completed the COVID-19 vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate. Should a medical contraindication certificate be provided, ongoing employment post certificate expiry is conditional to meeting COVID-19 vaccination requirements.
MLHD is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage all suitably qualified applicants to apply, including Aboriginal People and people from racial, ethnic, or ethno-religious minority groups and people with disability.