Come and join our motivated team focused on facilitating and coordinating culturally appropriate low intensity mental health therapeutic and social groups. Working hand in hand with our Social and Emotional Well Being (SEWB) team to gain positive outcomes for our clients.
Established in 1991, Danila Dilba Health Service is a community organisation providing comprehensive primary health care to Biluru (Aboriginal) communities in the Yilli Rreung (Greater Darwin) Region of the Northern Territory. We aim to improve the physical, mental, spiritual, cultural, and social wellbeing of our clients through innovative comprehensive primary health care programs and services.
Have a look at our website to learn more about us at ddhs.org.au. You will also find a full Position Description for this role on our careers page at ddhs.org.au/career-opportunities.
WHAT WILL YOU FOCUS ON
With a focus on Social and Emotional Wellbeing of our clients you will facilitate and co-ordinate social and therapeutic groups. You will work closely with our SEWB team to co-design and facilitate group workshops with a focus on low intensity mental health.
You will also coordinate and actively participating in relevant community events to provide awareness and promote SEWB program.
Its critical in this role that you are able to provide cultural input and support to SEWB clients and staff members, hence why it is an identified role.
WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED
WHAT WE OFFER
Danila Dilba values inclusivity and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome contributions from all people. We encourage people of all abilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, diverse cultures, and backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ identifiers, and all age groups to apply.
For further information, please contact Jahmayne Coolwell on 08 8942 5404 or 0418 536 507.
Apply by sending your CV and a covering letter by 5 May 2023.
Danila Dilba Health Service is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that we will conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.