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Volunteer Peer Program Coordinator at Recovery Rocks
Recovery Rocks Community are looking for a passionate, values based, trauma informed Volunteer Peer Program Coordinator who understands grass roots community development, the principles of intentional peer support, and who has a drive to bring lasting change to the lives of people living lives of mental health recovery and their families. In this dynamic and changing sector, your skills and expertise will prove key in helping Recovery Rocks Community deliver an outstanding volunteer program.
The Coordinator will provide mentoring, support and guidance to volunteers, coordinating their recruitment, induction, rostering and training.
It is also expected that the Coordinator will develop systems and programs to support and promote volunteering and community development, and will contribute to the strategic outcomes of the broader team in the areas of events coordination, communications and fundraising.
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Peer Community Worker at Ruah
Ruah Community Services are currently recruiting for a Peer Community Worker to work across Ruah within a “no wrong door” approach within the areas of housing, homelessness, family, domestic violence, justice and mental health.
If you have a willingness and ability to work within and contribute to the vision, mission, core values and the guiding principles of the organisation, knowledge and understanding of diversity, gender and social inclusion, particularly Aboriginal culture, identify as a person with a lived experience of a mental health/alcohol and/or other drugs/justice system recovery journey and be willing to be open about this experience with others this may be the position for you.
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EOI: Mental Health Network Community Co-Lead
The Western Australian Mental Health Network aims to identify mental health priorities in order to support the improvement of mental health outcomes for individuals and communities across the State. The Mental Health Commission in partnership with the Department of Health is seeking Expressions of Interest from suitably qualified individuals for the position of Community Co-Lead, for the Mental Health Network. The Community Co-Lead and Clinical Co-Lead work together to provide leadership and direction to the Mental Health Network and facilitate communication pathways between the Sub Network Steering Groups and the Mental Health Network Executive Advisory Group.
For any enquiries please contact Ms Renae Hodgson, A/Director, Planning, Policy and Strategy for further information relating to the terms, conditions and nature of this position – phone: (08) 6553 0412, email: email@example.com
Applications close 4pm, Monday 18th December.
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EOI: Recovery College Expert Panel
The Minister for Mental Health has announced the establishment of an Expert Panel to oversee the development of a unique, evidence-based and co-designed Recovery College model of service in Western Australia. An Expert Panel comprising of eight to ten members will be established through an open Expression of Interest (EOI) process. The Expert Panel will consist of a range of representatives covering both a mental health and AOD perspective, including; two clinicians; two service providers; four consumer and carer representatives; and up to two other experts (for example academics, peak bodies, more representatives from the above categories).
For the Terms of Reference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 5pm, Friday 5th January.
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