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 (specifying clearly which role you are applying for) addressing the key selection criteria. Applications are made via our careers portal on our website.

All enquiries to employment@sonder.net.au or phone (08) 8209 0700

To view and apply available for roles, please visit our Careers Portal.

 

 

Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Youth Peer Support Worker

3 full-time positions available at each of our headspace Adelaide, Edinburgh North and Onkaparinga centres.

We are seeking an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person with lived experience of social and emotional wellbeing concerns and recovery.

No formal qualification is required as we will support you to obtain a Certificate IV.

headspace is a service that aims to improve the wellbeing of young people aged 12-25, by providing support in the areas of mental health and wellbeing, physical health, alcohol and other drugs, work and study.

Your key responsibilities in this role will include:

  • Safely sharing your lived experience with others. This could be your having cared for someone with social emotional wellbeing difficulties or your own experience of social-emotional wellbeing difficulties
  • Offering hope and practical strategies to young people about social and emotional wellbeing recovery
  • Assessing young people's health and wellbeing needs
  • Collaborating on care plans
  • Providing non-clinical supports such as referrals and advocacy
  • Obtaining a Certificate IV in Peer Work, Mental Health or Youth Work (if you do not already have this level of qualification)

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

 

 

Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Project Officer (IHPO) – Country

The Indigenous Health Project Officer has a leadership role within this region.

The IHPO will ensure there is a focus on Indigenous health and aim to improve the integration of care across the Yorke Peninsula, Mid-North or Gawler/Barossa region. The role supports mainstream practices and primary health providers to be culturally safe and better engaging with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to access appropriate primary health care for all their health and wellbeing needs.

The Indigenous Health Project Officer will provide leadership on indigenous health issues and is responsible for developing and implementing a coordinated team-based approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, especially between the IHPO, Aboriginal Outreach Worker and Care Coordinator positions.

The incumbent is expected to cover all of Gawler/Barossa, Yorke Peninsula and Mid North Regions and would be based at our offices in Maitland and/or Port Pirie. The incumbent must be Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander only.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package