Support Facilitator - Partners In Recovery
- Contribute to a positive culture at one of Melbourne's most innovative housing and homelessness organisations
- Full-time Permanent Position
- Dandenong location
- $70,538.89 - $74,245.55 + Super (depending on experience)
- Additional leave & salary packaging benefits
Two leading and very successful organisations in the homelessness and related sectors, HomeGround and Hanover, have merged to form a new agency, Launch Housing, with an ambitious agenda to achieve our vision of ending homelessness. Launch Housing is a strong, single, focused voice on homelessness driven by the values of Empowerment, Fresh Thinking, Agility, Leadership and Courage.
Our passionate and close-knit team in Dandenong are seeking an experienced Support Facilitator.
The Partners in Recovery program is a national program that aims to support people with severe and persistent mental illness and complex needs, and also their carers and families.
You will work to provide recovery focused, client centred, care coordination. You will support eligible people to develop a PIR action plan based on their individual needs using a recovery oriented approach, facilitate services and support for the individuals; and support each of the services and supports to work in a more collaborative and integrated way. It is desirable that you have knowledge around NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) as a key component in 2018/2019 will be assisting clients/services through this transition period.
For a full copy of the position description, please follow the "How to Apply" instructions below. For further information about the role, please contact Jacqui Tonkin, Coordinator - PIR on 9792 0750.
All applicants must address the selection criteria detailed in the Position Description.
Applicants must have the right to work in Australia and will need to complete relevant police checks, including a Working with Children Check.
Launch Housing is an Equal Opportunity employer and supports accessible working arrangements for all. This includes people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, gender diverse, intersex or queer. We acknowledge Lived Experience as a unique expertise, and encourage people with a Lived Experience of Homelessness to apply.