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Collaboration • Knowledge • Leadership

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We are hiring:  

Project Coordinator: Clinical and Community Mental Health

Mental Health Victoria (MHV) is seeking a Project Coordinator: Clinical and Community Mental Health. This role plays a crucial role in initiating new projects in line with MHV’s strategic priorities and providing coordination supports in a small, multi-dimensional team. This position carries significant responsibilities in coordinating and implementing an effective community based legislative education program, particularly regarding the Mental Health and Wellbeing Act (Vic) 2022. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to ensure the program’s success and promote mental health and wellbeing awareness within the legislative context.

About the role

The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent coordination and communication skills, a deep understanding of legislative processes, and a passion for mental health policy advocacy and education.

Read the full Position Description.

About you

To be suitable for this role you will have:

  • Experience in project coordination
  • Knowledge of legislative processes
  • Proven Stakeholder engagement ability
  • Educaton and training expertise
  • Policy and Mental Health knowledge
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • Organisational and time management skills
  • Adaptability and flexibility
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • A high degree of accountability.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to: mhvic@mhvic.org.au 

Applications Close:  5:00pm Friday 8 March 2024

 

Lived and Living Experience Advisory Group (LLEAG) Members

Mental Health Victoria (MHV) is seeking two community members to join our Lived and Living Experience Advisory Group. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are integral to the LEAG and our work practice. We recognise the unique experience each person brings, be it from consumer or a family member, carer, and/or supporter lens. People of all identities and from all communities are welcome to apply to share their valuable lived experience and insight with us to help inform the work we do.

Mental Health Victoria’s Lived and Living Experience Advisory Group is an independent voice at MHV providing key advice and guidance to embed and empower lived experience perspectives in our work and that of the sector and broader community. This is the Position Description for the role.

Please include a cover letter detailing your interest in and suitability for the role as well as a current CV. 

To submit your application, email HERE

Applications Close: 5:00pm Friday 8 March 2024 

 

VET Teacher for the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work (CHC43515)

Mental Health Victoria is seeking a VET Teacher for the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work (CHC43515). This program is run in partnership with Wodonga TAFE. In consultation with and under the direction of the Coordinator, Learning & Development, the objective of this position is to prepare, conduct, and assess materials related to the course.

The responsibilities within this position description reflect the responsibilities of a fully qualified and experienced higher education teacher.

Wodonga TAFE and MHV have a long-standing partnership delivering the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work (CHC43515).  Teachers employed by MHV must comply with all compliance requirements as set out by Wodonga TAFE.

The role will back-fill current teachers, with the opportunity for growth. 

About the role

The responsibilities within this position description reflect the responsibilities of a fully qualified and experienced higher education teacher.

This position is designated as a hybrid role with the opportunity to work from home by mutual agreement in line with MHV policy. You are required to provide, at your own expense, a reliable internet connection, your own device suitable for the execution of the role and OHS-compliant workspace (desk/table, seating, etc).  You will at times be required to attend the MHV offices at Level 6/136 Exhibition Street Melbourne. It is expected that regular face to face interactions will occur with your reporting supervisor. 

About you

To be suitable for this role you will have:

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116 or equivalent units); or Diploma or higher level qualification in adult education
  • Lived experience as a consumer or carer of mental health services and preparedness to use in the work context
  • Desirable: Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work (CHC43515)
  • Other relevant Tertiary/Vocational Education and training or Human Services qualifications (eg: mental health/social work)
  • Demonstrated skills and knowledge of training development, delivery, assessment, evaluation and of adult learning principles and practice
  • Experience working in the mental health sector
  • Current Victorian Working with Children Check or current Victorian Institute of Teaching registration
  • The capacity to support students who may require additional support.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to: learning@mhvic.org.au.

If you have any queries regarding the role please email:  e.wolter@mhvic.org.au

 

If you are a Mental Health Victoria associate organisation and would like to advertise a role with us, please email mhvic@mhvic.org.au

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