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, or to the HR Manager, Sonder PO Box 421 Elizabeth SA 5112

Please direct all enquiries to or phone (08) 8209 0700

Administration Support Officer

We are seeking a well-presented, professional and outgoing admin support officer with an eye for detail to provide highly effective and professional support to our internal and external customers by delivering friendly and proficient reception services at our Main Office in Edinburgh North.

The skills required for this role include, but are not limited to, excellent telephone manner and communication skills, computer literate with excellent typing skills, able to multi-task and to work well within a team environment. Must have a can-do attitude, demonstrate initiative and deliver superior customer service.

Experience in a similar field is desirable but not essential.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

Education Support Officer

We are seeking passionate and enthusiastic professionals to join our dynamic, multi-disciplinary and growing Community Health team to play a crucial role in increasing the capacity of primary health care providers to provide quality health services to their communities.

The Education Support Officer will provide administrative support for the delivery of high quality Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) accredited continuing professional development (CPD). CPD for health professionals ensures that they are keeping pace with current standards of the health industry and allows them to maintain and enhance skills to deliver professional services to the community. The role will include administering relevant CPD events in accordance with our event planning procedure, annual plan, RACGP QI&CPD program and funding requirements.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

Mental Health Clinician (Shared Care) – Multiple Roles

We are seeking motivated and passionate staff with clinical expertise for multiple roles across Northern and Western metropolitan Adelaide.

The Mental health Shared Care Service sits at the more acute end of the model within the severe mental illness spectrum. It facilitates effective clinical cohesion within a continuum of mental health care services and plays an integral role in helping those with complex mental health and associated co-morbid difficulties, engage in care pathways and networks with all relevant providers within the region based on a foundation of evidence informed structured psychological therapies.

You will possess demonstrated clinical experience in assessment and the provision of focussed psychological strategies and demonstrate some competency in addiction issues across the age spectrum.

Sonder is looking for Accredited Allied mental health professionals with knowledge, skills and experience delivering evidenced based, effective clinical intervention to people diagnosed with a Tier 3 low prevalent, chronic, complex mental health disorder.

For further information, download the Recruitment Information Package

Senior Psychologists and Senior Social Workers (Youth Mental Health) – Multiple Roles 

We are seeking Senior Psychologists and Senior Social Workers for our headspace Edinburgh North and headspace Onkaparinga Centre’s.

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