It's an exciting time to be part of Stride. You may have noticed we've recently changed our name from Aftercare to Stride.
We’re leaders in mental health service delivery, specialising in working with adults and young people, and in early childhood intervention.
Stride is a name that expresses our ambition – it’s a name that’s purposeful and shows awareness of the important role we play in the recovery journey.
As we embark on the next stage of our journey, join us to make a difference. We're here to Stride.
- 3 Opportunities available (1 Part-time & Permanent & 2 casual roles)
- Based in Middle Ridge
- Paying on Schads Level 3
- Plus Superannuation
- May be eligible for Salary Packaging options (up to $15,899 tax free!)
- Flexible working conditions
- Company rewards scheme
- Paid parental leave (for permanent role)
- Excellent training and development
- Provide quality support and services to young people with a mental health issue who live in residential service.
- Work collaboratively with young people in their recovery.
- Provide support that is client-focused, community oriented, and sensitive.
- Assist young people with mental health issues to develop and maintain relationships, which facilitate independence.
- Assist young people with mental health issues to improve their daily living skills through guidance, supervision, and encouragement.
- Mentor and act as role models for young people in building positive social skills, utilising effective conflict management and negotiation, and building healthy relationships.
- Encourage and educate young people on healthy living habits to support emotional well being.
- Encourage the growth of self-esteem, self-worth, and self-confidence in the young people
- Minimum of Diploma or Cert IV in Community Services (or other related discipline)
- Experience in working with young people experiencing mental health issues
- Demonstrated capacity to relate to young people, their families/carers, and other stakeholders with dignity and respect
- Ability to assess risk and follow relevant protocols to manage crisis situations calmly and effectively
- Demonstrated and effective listening and communication skills in both written and verbal formats.
- Understanding of and commitment to the principles of duty of care, and rights to privacy and confidentiality
- Ability to help program participants link in with other relevant community resources and to promote the rights, responsibilities and recovery of young people
- Must be available for overnight shifts
- Must be available to work a rotating 24/7 roster
- Current Driver's license
To apply complete the online application form, attach a copy of your CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the available role.
Applications will be viewed and actioned upon receipt, with a final closing date for applications of: August 23rd 2020.