Why work with us?

Inspiro exists to inspire healthier lives. We do this by enhancing health and well-being for all people in the Yarra Ranges community through responsive, low-cost, accessible and high-quality health care.   Some of the benefits of working with us include:

  • Salary Packaging                    
  • Novated Leasing     
  • Generous salary and benefits under various Enterprise Bargaining Agreements
  • Employee Reward and Recognition Program
  • Employee Scholarships up to $10,000 annually
  • Learning & Professional Development opportunities
  • On-site parking 
  • Subsidised on-site Pilates classes
  • Flexible, family friendly and outcome focused culture
  • Individualised supervision and professional development coaching
  • Volunteer leave available 

Scroll down to view our current employment opportunities. 

To apply for any of our listed opportunities: 

Please send your cover letter addressing the key selection criteria and resume to employment@inspiro.org.au.  Only people legally entitled to work in Australia need apply and you will be required to undertake a National Police Check. You are also required to have a current employment related Working with Children Check.  Successful candidates who have resided overseas for 12 months or more (within the last 10 years), will be required to provide an international police record check prior to commencement of work.

Inspiro has the following roles available:

Mental Health Clinician - Pyschologists/Mental Health Support Worker

Inspiro is a not-for-profit community health service. We are a friendly and client-centered organisation that is committed to improving the health & well-being of people within the Yarra Ranges.

Together with our partners, Access Health and Community and Carrington Health, we are creating an experienced and energised mental health workforce, known locally as HeadtoHelp to build on our existing mental health Stepped Care program. This new team will deliver Mental Health care and support in the Inner and Outer East catchment as part of a community based mental health service, with a focus on the mental health effects of COVID-19 on the Victorian community.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As the Mental Health Clinician, you will deliver individual and group-based psychological interventions to consumers.

The role is fixed-term full time until the end of October 2021 and reports to the Clinical Operations Manager – Mental Health. You will work as a part of the multidisciplinary team to assess and deliver evidence-based treatment to consumers, including people whose mental health has been impacted by COVID-19.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertake clinical assessment of consumers which includes mental health, AOD, psychosocial, functional and family domains
  • Work collaboratively with consumers, family/carers and other health professionals to develop and implement Collaborative Care Plans
  • Undertake initial and ongoing risk assessments of clients and develop risk management plans
  • Provide evidence-based psychological interventions and support to consumers
  • Liaise with referrers and GPs in relation to reviewing consumer progress and ensure all consumers have a regular clinical review
  • Develop and co-facilitate group-based therapeutic interventions
  • Provide services in both face-to-face and telehealth modalities
  • Participate in shared care with internal and external services, including attendance at care team meetings, case coordination and clinical reviews
  • Work within the scope of practice defined for the role and as agreed with line manager

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • Tertiary qualifications in psychology
  • Current registration with AHPRA as a Psychologist (provisional psychologist with sufficient experience may be considered)
  • Demonstrated experience in the provision of mental health assessment, formulation and evidence-based treatment
  • Experienced in a range of evidence-based psychological therapies, such as CBT, ACT, mindfulness, motivational interviewing and solution-focused therapy
  • Possess an empathic, innovative and professional therapeutic style
  • Excellent organisational, time management and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated experience in clinical risk assessment and management (including suicide risk assessment)
  • Ability to work within a dual-diagnosis framework                                                                      
  • Ability to work creatively and safely with consumers from diverse backgrounds, including LGBTIQ, CALD and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Ability to organise workload, set priorities and meet performance targets and deadlines
  • Proficiency with electronic health record systems and Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)

WHY WORK FOR US ? 

  • Attractive remuneration- Generous salary and benefits 
  • Employee incentives- Subsidized on-site Pilate classes, volunteer leave available, annual scholarships and novated leasing and more
  • Great team culture- We have a flexible, family-friendly and outcome-focused culture. We also have an Employee Reward and Recognition Program.
  • Professional development- Individualised supervision and professional development coaching.

TO APPLY – APPLICATIONS CLOSE  23 OCTOBER 2020
If you have what it takes, please apply via employment@inspiro.org.au with your CV and cover letter.

Team Leader - HeadtoHelp

Together with our partners, Access Health and Community and Carrington Health, we are creating an experienced and energised mental health workforce, known locally as HeadtoHelp to build on our existing mental health Stepped Care program. This new team will deliver Mental Health care and support in the Inner and Outer East catchment as part of a community based mental health service, with a focus on the mental health effects of COVID-19 on the Victorian community.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As the Team Leader, you will provide quality leadership and support to the newly established HeadtoHelp team, in addition to delivering individual and group-based psychological interventions to consumers.  

 

The role is fixed-term part-time until Oct 2021 and reports to the Clinical Operations Manager – Mental Health. You will also provide coaching and operational leadership and contribute as a part of the multidisciplinary team to assess and deliver evidence-based treatment to consumers, including people whose mental health has been impacted by COVID-19.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide quality leadership, support and operational supervision to the HeadtoHelp team of clinical and non-clinical staff
  • Maintain systems for data reporting and feedback channels with staff
  • Undertake clinical assessment of consumers which includes mental health, AOD, psychosocial, functional and family domains
  • Work collaboratively with consumers, family/carers and other health professionals to develop and implement Collaborative Care Plans
  • Undertake initial and ongoing risk assessments of clients and develop risk management plans
  • Provide evidence-based psychological interventions and support to consumers
  • Liaise with referrers and GPs in relation to reviewing consumer progress and ensure all consumers have a regular clinical review
  • Develop and co-facilitate group-based therapeutic interventions
  • Provide services in both face-to-face and telehealth modalities
  • Participate in shared care with internal and external services, including attendance at care team meetings, case coordination and clinical reviews
  • Work within the scope of practice defined for the role and as agreed with line manager

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • Tertiary qualifications in psychology
  • Current registration with AHPRA as a Psychologist (provisional psychologist with sufficient experience may be considered)
  • Demonstrated experience in the provision of mental health assessment, formulation and evidence-based treatment
  • Experienced in a range of evidence-based psychological therapies, such as CBT, ACT, mindfulness, motivational interviewing and solution-focused therapy
  • Possess an empathic, innovative and professional therapeutic style
  • Excellent organisational, time management and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrated experience in clinical risk assessment and management (including suicide risk assessment)
  • Ability to work within a dual-diagnosis framework                                                                        
  • Ability to work creatively and safely with consumers from diverse backgrounds, including LGBTIQ, CALD and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Ability to organise workload, set priorities and meet performance targets and deadlines
  • Proficiency with electronic health record systems and Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)

WHY WORK FOR US ? 

  • Attractive remuneration- Generous salary and benefits 
  • Employee incentives- Subsidized on-site Pilate classes, volunteer leave available, annual scholarships and novated leasing and more
  • Great team culture- We have a flexible, family-friendly and outcome-focused culture. We also have an Employee Reward and Recognition Program.
  • Professional development- Individualised supervision and professional development coaching.

TO APPLY – APPLICATIONS CLOSE  23 OCTOBER 2020
If you have what it takes, please apply via employment@inspiro.org.au with your CV and cover letter.

Mental Health Care Coordinator

Together with our partners, Access Health and Community and Carrington Health, we are creating an experienced and energised mental health workforce, known locally as HeadtoHelp to build on our existing mental health Stepped Care program. This new team will deliver Mental Health care and support in the Inner and Outer East catchment as part of a community based mental health service, with a focus on the mental health effects of COVID-19 on the Victorian community.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As the Mental Health Care Co-ordinator, you will provide care coordination and case management support to consumers in the HeadtoHelp program.

 

The role is part time fixed-term until October 2021. You will be part of the multidisciplinary Stepped Care team to develop Collaborative Care Plans and support consumers working towards recovery-oriented goals. The role will include both direct support/case management, facilitation of group programs and coordination of shared care to meet the consumer’s recovery-oriented goals.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Conduct regular clinical reviews with the client and their care team to re-assess their clinical staging and review the Collaborative Care Plan
  • Conduct clinical risk assessments and implement risk management plans as appropriate
  • Assist clients to navigate service systems using step up/step down approaches and service coordination, and make referrals internally and externally as required
  • Work collaboratively with consumers, family/carers and other health professionals to develop and implement Collaborative Care Plans that include short‐term and long‐term recovery goals
  • Liaise with referrers and GPs in relation to reviewing consumer progress and ensure good communication with the care team
  • Develop and co-facilitate group-based interventions for consumers
  • Provide services in both face-to-face and telehealth modalities
  • Participate in shared care with internal and external services, including attendance at care team meetings, case coordination and clinical reviews
  • Work within the scope of practice defined for the role and as agreed with line manager

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • Relevant mental health qualifications (such as social work, counselling, alcohol and other drugs, community work or similar field) with a minimum 2 years’ experience working with clients in mental health, AOD or related fields
  • Excellent understanding of mental health treatment services and referral pathways, with particular focus on the Eastern Region of Melbourne
  • Demonstrated experience in working with complex clients to develop collaborative care plans and provide goal-directed care
  • Experience and training in conducting clinical risk assessments and implementing risk management plans with clients
  • Possess an empathic, innovative and professional therapeutic style
  • Excellent organisation, time management and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work within a dual-diagnosis framework with consumers across the lifespan                                                                      
  • Ability to work creatively and safely with consumers from diverse backgrounds, including LGBTIQ, CALD and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Ability to organise workload, set priorities and meet performance targets and deadlines
  • Proficiency with electronic health record systems and Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)
  • Willingness to expand your current skillset to meet the needs of the service

WHY WORK FOR US ? 

  • Attractive remuneration- Generous salary and benefits 
  • Employee incentives- Subsidized on-site Pilate classes, volunteer leave available, annual scholarships and novated leasing and more
  • Great team culture- We have a flexible, family-friendly and outcome-focused culture. We also have an Employee Reward and Recognition Program.
  • Professional development- Individualised supervision and professional development coaching.

TO APPLY – APPLICATIONS CLOSE  23 OCTOBER 2020
If you have what it takes, please apply via employment@inspiro.org.au with your CV and cover letter.

Reception Manager

We are seeking a highly-skilled Reception Manager, on a fulltime permanent basis, to work across our beautifully refurbished Lilydale site and Belgrave location. 

Working in a fast-paced environment our reception team acts as the face of Inspiro, supporting our clients to access services in a friendly and seamless manner, whilst partnering with our clinicians by performing a range of administrative and support functions that enable our them to provide high-quality services.  

The Reception Manager will play a leadership role within our committed team of between 8 -10 Receptionists. We are looking for a friendly, skilled and dedicated professional that has a genuine love for people and processes.

This suitable candidate is a both task-focused and a ‘people’ person who can balance the needs of clients and their team, whilst meeting business targets.

If you are someone who is highly organised, self-motivated and is an excellent team player who enjoys working with a variety of stakeholders, then this role is well suited to you!  Further details can be found here: https://www.seek.com.au/job/50577684

Full Position Description is HERE

Interlink Volunteer

We have a volunteer vacancy for a dedicated, committed individual to assist with the Interlink Program.   The Interlink Program provides a structured activity program for adults with an Intellectual disability. The aim of the program is to provide a social atmosphere in which clients can interact, develop their individual physical, emotional, social and intellectual potential and further their independence. Each term has a theme around which activities are structured.

You will be involved with:

  • Assist in the setting up of the program
  • Observe the clients for progress and safety and report any concerns to staff member
  • Assist with delivery of program under the direction of the staff members
  • Encourage clients to be independent but be willing to assist them when required
  • Assist with the packing up after the program
  • Assist staff on outings with getting around safely and getting in and out of the bus or cars
  • Assist in being a driver on outings

To qualify for the role, you will need the following :

  • The ability to work as part of a team
  • A willingness to work under the direction of a member of staff.
  • Patience and good verbal communication skills
  • The ability to work with and be accepting of a broad range of people
  • Some group work experience and skills would be advantageous
  • Full driver’s licence

You will be required once a week on a Wednesday from 10am to 3pm at our office located at 1616 – 1624 Burwood Highway, Belgrave

For further information and full position description click here, or contact Alisa McBurney, Occupational Therapist on 03 9738 8801 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. 

Please send your resume addressing the key selection criteria via e-mail to abbie.pearson@inspiro.org.au.

The successful candidate will be required to undergo a Police check prior to commencement of work and hold a current volunteer Working with Children Check.

 

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