Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
people, or people from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
MST-CAN is an evidence based program funded
by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS). This is an
intensive family preservation program intended to enable children at risk of
removal, to remain at home. It also works to enable restoration of
children from out of home care by improving the safety and care of children and
young people by their families.
seeking a proactive individual with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social
Work, Childhood Education or a related subject area to work with our therapists
to gather information about resources for clients to anticipate the need of
clients and families. Build a
relationship with community stakeholders to ensure collaboration among service
providers acting in the best interest of clients. Maintain clear and concise documentation of
treatment efforts that promote peer and supervisory review and feedback
We are an independent not-for-profit
organisation that delivers better healthcare throughout regional and remote NSW
and ACT. Having won the 2017 NSW Business Chamber Employer of Choice award, we
pride ourselves on being a great place to work. You will enjoy a
competitive salary, access to salary packaging of up to $15,900 tax free p.a.
and other generous benefits.
To download the Position Description and
Information Pack - which contains selection criteria - go to https://www.marathonhealth.com.au/employment
are strongly encouraged to contact Ryan May (Supervisor) on 0409 860 814 or
Jackie Wright (Portfolio Manager – Mental Health) on 0439 192 207 to discuss
this role prior to submitting an application.
close 9 am Monday 29th April 2019 and are to be submitted through
SEEK. Applicants must address the Selection Criteria.