6 - $113, 603.01 per annum plus superannuation
time permanent position
Your new company
The Victoria Government recently passed legislation to create
Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV), to come into operation on a day yet to be
proclaimed, bringing together the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) and Country
Fire Authority (CFA) career firefighters under one organisation. Once FRV is
created, all MFB employees will be transferred to FRV.
Until these changes take effect the MFB will still operate as
a world class emergency service employing over 2300 people and responding to
36,000 calls per year from Melbourne's four million residents and
visitors. Its services include urban search and rescue, response to fires
and hazardous incidents, road accident rescue, emergency medical response
and marine response. The MFB aims to create a safe workplace, a respectful
and achievement-oriented culture, and an agile and engaged workforce.
a host of active strategic people, culture and communication initiatives, this
role is a key contributor in achieving the strategic initiatives outlined in
the MFB Plan.
Your new role
the Employee Assistance Coordinator you will manage the MFB Employee Support
services through the leadership of a team of mental health and social support
professionals. You will provide high level subject matter expertise in mental
health and wellbeing to the organisation, in areas such as strategy, framework,
continuous quality improvement and service delivery. You will lead the ongoing
development and evaluation of MFB mental health and wellbeing programs,
ensuring that employees are psychologically prepared and capable to undertake
their respective roles.
What you'll need to
In order to be considered for this vacancy you will possess the
- Full registration as a
psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia under the Australian Health
Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), as well as registration as a Board
Approved Supervisor; OR
- Accredited as a Mental Health
Social Worker with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), with
registration as an Association accredited Supervisor.
- Extensive experience in the
strategic oversight and supervision of mental health and wellbeing services,
including the area of Critical Incident Response services.
- Strong analytical and problem
solving skills, including a demonstrated ability to apply mental health and
wellbeing best practice principles, across both services and structures.
- Demonstrated subject matter
expertise and people leadership skills in relation to management, support and
- Demonstrated high level of
adherence to professional code of ethics (including Confidentiality).
In addition, you will have exceptional communication skills, the ability
to lead a team and have the motivation and determination required to create
positive change across the organisation.
What you'll get in
In return for your hard work and expertise you will receive a very
competitive salary, a monthly RDO (upon completion of probation), free onsite
carpark, access to a variety of uniform options and a fantastic opportunity to
support the people who support our communities.
How to apply:
For further information on this role please contact
Nicole O’Reilly on 0408 381 483 or via email email@example.com.
Applications must address and meet all eight of the
accountabilities listed in the Position Description and are to be forwarded
electronically to Kristy Antonopoulos, Recruitment Business Partner at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you
would like a copy of the Position Description please contact Kristy Antonopoulos
directly via email.
Applications close at COB Friday
19th July 2019.