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We invite you to be part of an organisation in which over 70% of staff have voted a ‘TRULY GREAT PLACE TO WORK’ by Best Practice Australia.

Come and work with us

At Sonder, we strive to help people in our community live better lives by providing high quality care, health and support services.

We are looking for people who align with Sonder’s vision and mission, are enthusiastic and work well in teams.

If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply. We offer salary packaging opportunities and an innovative and supportive work environment.

Please send a resume and cover letter outlining your skills, addressing the key selection criteria.

employment@sonder.net.au

(08) 8209 0700

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Positions Vacant

Multicultural Career Coach

Multiple positions available to work Sonder Edinburgh North and Sonder Port Adelaide.

We are seeking passionate and skilled professionals to join our dynamic team to implement the newly funded Employment Solutions program at Sonder.

As an Multicultural Career Coach 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 more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Support Services Officer

Multiple positions available to work at our metro or southern sites (headspace Adelaide, Sonder Christies Beach, headspace Onkaparinga)

Support Services Officers are critical to our service delivery and this position will be responsible for providing high quality day-to-day administrative services to support the effective functioning of Sonder’s metro and southern sites.

Reporting to the Support Services Team Leader, you will be responsible for providing professional and high quality customer service and operational support, ensuring all incoming enquiries are attended to promptly, processing high demands of referrals, and providing information to young people, their families and other key community members.

To be successful in this role, you will have a proven track record in undertaking a range of operational and administrative duties within a large organisation, and ideally amongst a multidisciplinary team and in a healthcare setting.

You will be courteous and professional in your approach when interacting with a wide and diverse consumer group, and possess a solid understanding of the considerations required when working within the health sector.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker

Position available in our Closing the Gap – Integrated Team Care program, based at Sonder Edinburgh North

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Outreach Worker will work closely with other Closing The Gap team members to better connect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to health services.

This role supports the Closing the Gap team to improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and reduce barriers to appropriate primary health care services.

Certificate level qualification in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander primary health care (or willingness to undertake such training) is a must.

The successful applicant will demonstrated effective communication skills and will have knowledge and experience in using the Microsoft suite of software and databases.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Peer Support Worker

Position available in our Sonder Onkaparinga Centre within Sonder’s Youth Services stream

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.

A certificate in Mental Health Peer Work is required and Peer Support Workers with mental health peer work experience are encouraged to apply.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Mental Health Clinician

Position available in our Sonder Onkaparinga Centre within Sonder’s Youth Services stream

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

  • 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)
  • Provide comprehensive psychosocial assessments
  • Deliver structured individual and group psychological therapies
  • Respond assertively to support those at increased risk of self -harm and suicide
  • Ensure young people are provided with coordinated care with access to appropriate service pathways.

Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Mental Health Nurses and Social Workers with clinical mental health experience are encouraged to apply.

Current and full registration with the appropriate registration authority (AASW or AHPRA) or willingness to obtain registration is a must.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Mental Health Clinician

Position available in our headspace Edinburgh North Centre

The Mental Health Clinician will work as part of a multidisciplinary youth mental health team at headspace Edinburgh North to deliver focused psychological interventions for youth aged 12 -25 with mental health disorders in a primary care setting.

This role is open to Psychologists, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists and Mental Health Nurses.

The Mental Health Clinician will be responsible for:

  • Providing specialist triage, comprehensive assessment, review of client progress and outcomes and care planning/coordination and support of clients
  • Providing evidence based clinical therapeutic services (individual and group) to youth within the northern region of Adelaide
  • Group program development and implementation where appropriate and necessary
  • Liaison and consultation with other professional employees and stakeholders
  • Participation in individual and group supervision, and attendance at team meetings and external meetings
  • Referral of clients and family members/careers to other services as required.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Facilities Officer

Position available to work across our Southern Offices including Onkaparinga, Marion and Edwardstown

We are seeking a motivated and passionate individual with Facilities expertise to work within our People & Culture Stream.

The Facilities Officer is to provide professional and timely support to the People & Culture Manager and Sonder Leadership Team. The role will undertake all administrative requirements for infrastructure and operational functions within Sonder as well as some key aspects of HR.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Quality & Risk Manager

Position available at Sonder Edinburgh North

This role will allow the successful applicant to have variety across different areas of the organisation and will be a highly valued, key stakeholder in Sonder’s approach to risk management, quality system development, WH&S, privacy and environmental issues.

The Quality & Risk Manager is primarily responsible for adherence to the organisations quality management systems and compliance against a number of accreditation obligations.  This will include; developing, monitoring and continuously improving the quality and risk management systems across the services at Sonder, in particularly our headspace youth Sonder mental health services.

You will be part of a team that are passionate about what they do and the difference that they make every day.

If you have a strong clinical background and a keen interest in quality improvement we welcome your application.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack.

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Allied Health Private Practitioner

Multiple positions available at Sonder Edinburgh North & Sonder Nurioopta

As part of our continued growth in services, we are seeking to sub-contract private Allied Health Practitioners to complement the mental health platform of our model.

We are seeking individuals who have strong clinical skills, and experience in working with young people and in working with multi-disciplinary teams.

Individuals should have a demonstrated ability to provide focused psychological services and evidence-based assessment and intervention including:

  • Psycho-education (including motivational interviewing)
  • Cognitive-behavioural therapy
  • Relaxation strategies
  • Skills training
  • Interpersonal therapy (especially for depression)

You will also possess experience in a range of mental health service settings; including the provision of mental health services to individuals. Naturally, you will possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, along with strong information technology and information management skills and a high level of self-motivation and initiative.

Registered Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, and Social workers are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must be eligible to provide Better Access funded services under Medicare. The purpose of the Better Access initiative is to improve treatment and management of mental illness within the community. The Better Access initiative is increasing community access to mental health professionals and team-based mental health care, with general practitioners encouraged to work more closely and collaboratively with psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and occupational therapists.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack

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Allied Health Private Practitioner

Multiple positions available at headspace Edinburgh North 

As part of our continued growth in services we are seeking professionally accredited Allied Health Practitioners to complement the mental health platform of our model. We are seeking individuals who have strong clinical skills, and experience in working with young people and in working with multi-disciplinary teams.

Individuals should have a demonstrated ability to provide focused psychological services and evidence-based assessment and intervention including:

  • Psycho-education (including motivational interviewing)
  • Cognitive-behavioural therapy
  • Relaxation strategies
  • Skills training
  • Interpersonal therapy (especially for depression)

You will also possess experience in a range of mental health service settings; including the provision of mental health services to young people aged 12-25. Naturally, you will possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, along with strong information technology and information management skills and a high level of self-motivation and initiative.

Registered Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, and Social workers are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must be eligible to provide Better Access funded services under Medicare. The purpose of the Better Access initiative is to improve treatment and management of mental illness within the community. The Better Access initiative is increasing community access to mental health professionals and team-based mental health care, with general practitioners encouraged to work more closely and collaboratively with psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and occupational therapists.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack

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Allied Health Private Practitioner

Multiple positions available at our headspace Onkaparinga Centre

As part of our continued growth in services we are seeking professionally accredited Allied Health Practitioners to complement the mental health platform of our model.

We are seeking individuals who have strong clinical skills, and experience in working with young people and in working with multi-disciplinary teams.

Individuals should have a demonstrated ability to provide focused psychological services and evidence-based assessment and intervention including:

  • Psycho-education (including motivational interviewing)
  • Cognitive-behavioural therapy
  • Relaxation strategies
  • Skills training
  • Interpersonal therapy (especially for depression)

You will also possess experience in a range of mental health service settings; including the provision of mental health services to young people aged 12-25. Naturally, you will possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, along with strong information technology and information management skills and a high level of self-motivation and initiative.

Registered Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, and Social workers are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must be eligible to provide Better Access funded services under Medicare. The purpose of the Better Access initiative is to improve treatment and management of mental illness within the community. The Better Access initiative is increasing community access to mental health professionals and team-based mental health care, with general practitioners encouraged to work more closely and collaboratively with psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and occupational therapists.

For more information about this role, download the Recruitment Pack

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