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Project Officer – Strategy & Engagement

Project Officers within Strategy & Engagement play a critical role in leading and delivering various projects and activities that contribute to and support:vibrant, responsive, diverse, strong and effective systems to meet local and regional needs, andcommunity well-being in the Northern Rivers.Working alongside other project officers in the Strategy & Engagement and Social Futures’ service delivery teams, this position will ensure high quality project development and implementation underpinned by a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement.The purpose of this Project Officer position is to lead and deliver the Workplace Inclusion Network Project. The Project will create a regional network across mental health peer workers, professionals, clinical supports and both government and specialised non-government employee/employer supports to build a comprehensive response to barriers that currently limit the sustainable recruitment and retention of people living with mental illness.People with personal lived experience of mental illness and recovery are strongly encouraged to apply.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are also encouraged.Social Futures is an equal opportunity employer working towards becoming accredited by White Ribbon Australia. Social Futures prioritises child safety. Current Working with Children and National Police Check clearances are a condition of employment.Position Description - Project Officer 65000 AUD
Job Opportunity | Project Officer - Strategy & Engagement | Social Futures

Project Officer - Strategy & Engagement

  • SCHADS Level 5
  • 30 hours per week until 30th June 2018
  • Lismore based - travel in the region required

Project Officers within Strategy & Engagement play a critical role in leading and delivering various projects and activities that contribute to and support:

  • vibrant, responsive, diverse, strong and effective systems to meet local and regional needs, and
  • community well-being in the Northern Rivers.

Working alongside other project officers in the Strategy & Engagement and Social Futures’ service delivery teams, this position will ensure high quality project development and implementation underpinned by a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement.

The purpose of this Project Officer position is to lead and deliver the Workplace Inclusion Network Project. The Project will create a regional network across mental health peer workers, professionals, clinical supports and both government and specialised non-government employee/employer supports to build a comprehensive response to barriers that currently limit the sustainable recruitment and retention of people living with mental illness.

People with personal lived experience of mental illness and recovery are strongly encouraged to apply.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are also encouraged.

Social Futures is an equal opportunity employer working towards becoming accredited by White Ribbon Australia. Social Futures prioritises child safety. Current Working with Children and National Police Check clearances are a condition of employment.



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