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About the role

Our Community Recovery Villages provide short-term community based traditional or respite accommodation for adults aged 18 years and older who are living with a mental health challenge.

The Recovery Facilitator supports front-line staff in their support provision to consumers residing in the village to achieve individual goals and outcomes, with a focus on transitioning to longer term accommodation and living independently in the community. The ideal candidate will have a person-centred approach, will be able to engage well with consumers, stakeholders and front-line staff to support the development/review of recovery plans and to achieve their goals through coordinating services and capacity building activities.

The Recovery Facilitator will be responsible for the day-today running of the Bentley Recovery Village which will include referral management and assessment in conjunction with the Regional Manager, supporting new residents into accommodation including completing “license to occupy” agreements, managing tenancy issues, liaising with clinical and non-clinical supports and sustain and grow the sites recovery groups.

The Recovery Facilitator will also be responsible for front-line staff management of the Recovery Support Worker team. This will include supporting professional development, providing practice support, conducting monthly supervision and managing performance issues with the support of the Regional Manager.

We have two exciting permanent, full-time opportunities working Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm at two of our Community Recovery Villages in Bentley and Arnott (Kelmscott).

Taking into consideration the qualifications, skills and experience of the successful applicant the base salary offered for this positions span from $82,044 to $88,288 plus superannuation and allowances.

 About you

Our ideal candidate has previous experience working within a supported accommodation setting and experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness, mental health and other personal or social challenges.

We are also looking for someone with an understanding of assessment, planning and case management and an applied knowledge of recovery principles and trauma informed practice.

While your skills and experience are important to us, your values and attitudes are also crucial to your success at St Bart’s. We are looking for a candidate who is compassionate and whose values align with St Bart’s values of Empowerment, Innovation, Commitment, Collaboration and Social Justice.  We are looking for someone who can help us create and maintain a workplace that fosters inclusion, diversity and a commitment to excellence.

The successful candidate must also have, or be willing to obtain:

  • National Police Clearance
  • First Aid Certificate
  • WA Driver’s License

Why join St Bart’s?

In addition to joining a professional and dedicated team with passion and a commitment to our values and making a difference within the community, the benefits of working with us are:

  • 23 days of annual leave plus 17.5% leave loading
  • The opportunity to purchase additional leave
  • Salary packaging up to $18,500
  • A culture of learning with development opportunities
  • Corporate discounts and memberships
  • EAP Program accessible to you, your close family and members of your household

How to Apply?

We want to know about you, why you want to work with us, and how your skills, qualifications and experience align with the position requirements.

To apply, please submit your current resume and a cover letter that demonstrates your suitability for the position. Additionally, please state which site you are interested in.

For further information about the role, please contact Amy Andersen on 0422 214 900 or Sam Whiting on 0461 494 612.

We reserve the right to close applications at any time, so you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible.

St Bart’s is an equal opportunity employer which values diversity and inclusion and we encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTI and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.

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