Careers

We invite you to be part of an organisation in which 89% of staff have voted a ‘TRULY GREAT PLACE TO WORK’ by Best Practice Australia.

Sonder supports primary health by providing support to General Practice and allied health professionals and has a long reputable history of improving health outcomes across both metropolitan Adelaide and the Gawler-Barossa region. Our aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of the northern community by coordinating and integrating health and community services and by working in partnership to identify local needs and create strategies in response.

Applicants are requested to send a covering letter, addressing the key selection criteria, and resume to Sonder Human Resources, employment@sonder.net.au or to the HR Manager, Sonder PO Box 421 Elizabeth SA 5112

Please direct all enquiries to employment@sonder.net.au or phone (08) 8209 0700

Mental Health Project Officer – Mental Health & AOD

We are seeking passionate and enthusiastic professionals to join our dynamic, multi-disciplinary and growing mental health team to support the delivery of an integrated mental health service. The available role will provide executive support to the Mental Health & AOD Manager and works alongside Sonder’s Clinical Leadership Group. Other responsibilities include playing a proactive role in Sonder’s stakeholder and community engagement activities such as coordinating the Mental Health Consumer and Carer Reference Group and local Mental Health Professionals Networks (MHPN).

You will possess demonstrated experience and knowledge in primary health care concepts and strategies, particularly in relation to the health and wellbeing needs of people with a mental health illness. The successful candidate must also have relevant experience in coordinating administrative processes and be able to work independently. You will have a deep understanding of the needs of vulnerable communities and you will work to support the development of innovative models of care.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

Multicultural Wellbeing Coach

This is an exciting new role as part of an innovative program designed to support migrants and refugees improve wellbeing and achieve vocational goals.

Employment is one of the key goals for many new arrivals to Australia. However, navigating an entirely new labour market and different workplace practices can pose a major challenge to gaining employment. Mental health challenges can also be a barrier to engaging in work. Furthermore, stigma and reluctance to access mental health support is common among many communities.

The soon-to-be-launched “Sonder Employment Solutions” program will address these challenges by integrating mental health support with vocational support. The Wellbeing Coach will work together with employment specialists to support clients achieve personal and vocational goals.

We are seeking motivated and passionate staff with clinical expertise to work across our Northern and Western metro Mental Health Service areas. We welcome applicants who are seeking flexible working arrangements.

You will possess demonstrated clinical experience in assessment and the provision of focused psychological strategies.

Psychologists, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists or Mental Health Nurses are encouraged to apply.

This information package contains information about Sonder, and guidelines on submitting your application.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

IT Service Technician 

We are seeking a passionate and highly experienced IT Support Technician to join our dynamic SonderIT team.

The successful applicant must have advanced communication skills, be able to work autonomously, have the ability to think on their feet and are able to prioritise workloads. You will possess demonstrated high level skills and understanding of Microsoft operating systems, router/switch configuration and application support (medical preferred). Excellent customer service and phone manner is an absolute must. Knowledge of medical software is advantageous but not essential.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

Multicultural Career Coach

We are seeking passionate and skilled professionals to join our dynamic team to implement the newly funded Employment Solutions program at Sonder. As an Employment Specialist working in the IPS program the overall function is to assist migrants and refugees who volunteer for the program to find and retain competitive employment. You will maintain a case load of 25 clients allowing you to provide flexible and individualised support to each participant.

You will possess demonstrated skills and understanding in migrant and refugee engagement, care-coordination or significant expertise in employment services, vocational rehabilitation and career development.

You will have knowledge of the employment services sector and extensive knowledge of social impacts on unemployment.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

headspace Edinburgh North Mental Health Clinician – Multiple Roles

Thank you for your interest in applying for the position of Mental Health Clinician (Youth Mental Health). Multiple roles are available and will be based at our headspace Edinburgh North Centre.

We are seeking motivated and passionate staff with clinical expertise to work across our headspace Edinburgh North Centre. We welcome applicants who are seeking flexible working arrangements.

You will possess demonstrated clinical experience in assessment and the provision of focused psychological strategies.

Psychologists, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists or Mental Health Nurses are encouraged to apply.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

emerge Peer Support Worker (Youth Mental Health) – Multiple Roles

Thank you for your interest in applying for the position of Peer Support Worker (Youth Mental Health). Multiple roles are available and will be based at our headspace Edinburgh North and headspace Onkaparinga Centres.

The successful candidates will work as part of an Integrated Practice Unit (Youth) (IPUY) multidisciplinary youth mental health team:

  • Engaging with young people and their families/carers/supports
  • Providing peer support for complex and ‘higher risk’ young people
  • Deliver peer based  interventions, including group interventions, with young people and/or their families/carers
  • Support comprehensive care for young people with complex needs alongside other emerge staff, and co-located services
  • Manage a caseload of complex and higher risk young people to provide peer support
  • Maintain accurate and timely case notes and records in approved database systems
  • Participate actively in Clinical Review Meetings
  • Support research projects conducted at emerge.
  • Promote positive working relationships
  • Promote the emerge service, and communicate regularly with and build and maintain collaborative working relationships with health and welfare agencies and the general community
  • Participate in community awareness activities, relationship building activities and appropriate community and agency meetings
  • Participation in individual and group supervision, and attendance at team meetings and external meetings
  • Referral to other services as required

Peer Support Workers with Mental Health Peer Work experience are encouraged to apply.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

emerge Mental Health Clinician (Youth Mental Health) – Multiple Roles

Thank you for your interest in applying for the position of Emerge Mental Health Clinician (Youth Mental Health). Multiple roles are available and will be based at our headspace Edinburgh North Centre.

The successful candidates will work as part of an Integrated Practice Unit (Youth) (IPUY) multidisciplinary youth mental health team to:

  1. Engage and support young people aged 16-25 with complex needs (including borderline personality disorder, complex trauma, eating disorders, severe anxiety, severe depression and psychosis)
  2. provide comprehensive psychosocial assessments
  3. deliver structured individual and group psychological therapies
  4. respond assertively to support those at increased risk of self-harm and suicide; and
  5. ensure young people are provided with coordinated care with access to appropriate service pathways.

Psychologists and Social Workers with clinical mental health experience are encouraged to apply. 

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package