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Current vacancies

Instructional Designer

MHCC has received funding under the NDIA Information, Linkages and Capacity Building grant round (National) and is seeking a part time Instructional Designer to contribute to implementation of the project through further development and continuous improvement of the reimagine.today website. There will also be the opportunity to work on the development of a training resource to be integrated into the NDIA training system that assists staff and LAC’s to understand how to use reimagine.today . This is part of a second project MHCC have been funded to deliver.

MHCC is seeking a motivated individual with high standards and a commitment to ensuring a quality innovative approach is used throughout the co-design process for the further development of the online resource reimagine.today including through the development of new online education materials. Experience within the mental health community sector and/ or the within the human services sector will be highly regarded.

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MHCC promotes diversity and practices equity. People with lived experience of mental health; culturally and linguistically diverse people; LGBTIQA+; Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people; and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close 5pm on Monday 11th February 2019 and must include a resume & statement addressing the criteria above. Applications that do not address criteria will not be considered.


Research Network Project Officer

The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN), is a partnership project between the Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC), the Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies (NADA) and the Mental Health Commission of NSW (MHC), which has developed several cross sector initiatives over the last 10 years. Based in our offices at Lilyfield, MHCC seek a Project Officer to continue the work of CMHDARN. The position is part time 22.5 – 30 hours per week and includes maintaining all aspects of the Network and oversighting new activity as needed.

We seek an individual that has an understanding and interest in the interface between the mental health and the alcohol and drug sectors; and whilst not expected to conduct research as part of the role, have a strong interest in recovery and trauma-informed best practice approaches as they impact the two sectors in a dynamic reform environment.

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MHCC promotes diversity and practices equity. People with lived experience of mental health; culturally and linguistically diverse people; LGBTIQA+; Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people; and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close 5pm on Monday 28th January 2019 and must include a resume & statement addressing the criteria above. Applications that do not address criteria will not be considered.


Certificate IV Mental Health Trainer and Assessor

MHCC is looking for a highly motivated Mental Health Trainer and Assessor who can play a crucial role in delivery of training and assessment services to a wide range of participants. With a strong commitment to quality and an innovative approach, this person’s “can do” attitude and excellent people skills will fit well in our dynamic, team focused environment.

The Mental Health Trainer and Assessor is responsible for:

  • Planning, preparation and delivery of accredited courses and professional development training
  • Assessment marking and validation processes for accredited courses
  • Assisting in development and review of training and assessment materials and strategies

MHCC is seeking an individual who has demonstrated training experience with current industry experience and knowledge of trauma-informed recovery-oriented principles with an interest in continual learning for themselves and others.

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To apply

Enquires and applications including resume and cover letter addressing the Criteria outlined above are to be addressed to Erika Hewitt erika@mhcc.org.au  
Applications that do not address selection criteria will not be considered.

We promote diversity and practice equity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds. LGBTIQ+ people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.