At St Bart’s we offer a range of career and employment opportunities across our services, including Aged Care, Mental Health Services, Human Resources, Finance, Tenancy, Administration and many other Support Services.
Work at St Bart’s
Whether you are starting your career or looking to enhance your existing experience and skills, when you work at St Bart’s you are helping make a difference in our community.
We have a team of more than 200 employees and approximately 130 regular volunteers working together to achieve the St Bart’s mission and vision, knowing that what we do is always in the best interest of our consumers. We recognise and celebrate the diverse skills and knowledge of our people, as it is their pride in their work, their work ethic, and commitment that makes a real difference in the lives of those we support.
St Bart’s is passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity, and has excellent employee benefits and career development opportunities. If you are looking for a career that is both challenging and rewarding, join our team today.
We look forward to receiving your application. Please direct all queries via email to email@example.com.
Senior Health and Safety Advisor
The position is responsible for leading and coordinating St Bart’s Work, Health and Safety (WHS) and Organisational Risk functions. Ensuring St Bart’s complies with all WHS legislation and maintains a safe environment for all staff, volunteers, contractors, and visitors to the organisation.
Clinical Care Coordinator
We are seeking a dynamic and empathetic leader to join our team as the Clinical Care Coordinator for our 40 bedded Residential Aged Care Facility for Men. This pivotal role involves overseeing the delivery of high-quality care services tailored to the unique needs of men who have faced significant life challenges, including homelessness and trauma.
As a Case Manager you will work in the Independent Living Program (ILP) providing case management and personalised support to consumers experiencing mental health challenges on their recovery journey, assisting them with personal skills development to sustain and maintain their own homes.
Recovery Support Worker – Kelmscott
As a Recovery Support Worker, you will be playing a critical role in ensuring a safe, secure and supported environment for all consumers who are experiencing homelessness[BS1] , mental health or other personal/social challenges. To be successful in the position, you will be involved in the consumer’s recovery journey by supporting them to build their capacity and develop the skills required for transition to independent living.
Executive Support Manager
As the Executive Support Manager you will provide high level administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer, the Executive team and comprehensive secretarial support to the Board and sub-committees. You will also be a member of the organisation’s broader leadership team and lead a small team of Executive Support staff including an Administration Assistant and Receptionist.
Head of Aboriginal Engagement
This newly established part-time (three days per week) role as Head of Aboriginal Engagement will lead the implementation of our recently adopted Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and will chair our Aboriginal Advisory Group.
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