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Use your experience and skills to offer no-cost counselling and mental health support for a wide range of needs.

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The value of working at Links to Wellbeing

By working together, we draw on our individual strengths, a multi-disciplinary team and strong connections to the local community.

Our shared experience provides a unique service that offers a range of primary mental health clinical and psychosocial support services that adapt to changing needs.

We take a unique, person-centred approach as a way to offer mental health support, including:

  • recovery-focused and evidence-informed programs
  • clinical and psychosocial services enriched by peer work, consumer participation and co-design
  • inclusive environments for staff, consumers and carers
  • a commitment to quality and safety for consumers and our staff
  • induction and extensive learning and development program
  • regular clinical supervision, practice development sessions and coaching with experienced  supervisors
  • innovative, government-funded service.

Offer welcoming, thoughtful and high-quality support

We are looking for people who are:

  • committed to changing the way people with mental health challenges are supported
  • looking to be part of a supportive  team environment, inclusive of all voices, including the lived experience
  • committed to delivering recovery-focused and evidence-informed services

Join South Australia’s most respected community services

Links to Wellbeing is a consortium commissioned by the Adelaide PHN and run in partnership between Neami National (lead agency), Mind Australia, Skylight Mental Health and Uniting Care Wesley Bowden.

Working at the Links to Wellbeing means working for one of these community services, prioritising positive culture, staff wellbeing, and an environment of learning and innovation.

Visit each organisation's website for more about working at:

Available positions at Links to Wellbeing

Mental Health Clinician

Seeking experienced Mental Health Clinician’s to provide therapeutic support to residents living in residential aged care facilities who are experiencing severe mental illness.


Mental Health Clinician - Clinical Care Coordinator

Clinical Care-Coordination is provided by the Mental Health Clinician who is skilled and experienced in monitoring risk, managing complex mental health presentations, and providing comprehensive care-coordination. Therapy skills are not necessarily required, but the clinician will need skills and qualifications commensurate with the services being provided.

Applications will close when the successful candidate is identified – so Apply today!

Employer:
Neami National

Mental Health Clinician - Shared Care program

Providing high quality focused mental health clinical services to individuals with mental health disorders in a primary care setting. The Mental Health Shared Care Service (MHSCS) Project is part of the stepped care model of service delivery and sits at the higher end of the model within the chronic and complex mental health spectrum.

Applications will close when the successful candidate is identified – so Apply today!

Employer:
Neami National

Mental Health Clinician (Walk-in After-hours)

The Walk in After Hours Service will provide comprehensive mental health assessment and recovery focused support services in the sociable after-hours period that complement, and link with existing mainstream primary and secondary mental health services available in the in hours period as well as acute mental health services provided through the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network.

The Mental Health Clinician will work as part of a multidisciplinary mental health team to deliver focused mental health clinical services for individuals with mental health disorders in a primary care setting.

Applications will close when the successful candidate is identified – so Apply today!

Employer:
Neami National

Locations across Southern and Central Adelaide

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