Allied Health Professionals
Employer: The Link Youth Health Service
Deadline: 30 Apr 2023, 12:00 pm
Make a difference to young people and join one of Tasmania’s most innovative primary health services. The Link Youth Health Service (‘The Link’) supports young people within Hobart and Southern Tasmania by providing a range of free and confidential health and wellbeing services for young people aged 12-25. We facilitate various youth mental health services, including the headspace Hobart program, throughout the Southern Tasmania area.
The Link currently has multiple positions across the organisation suitable to staff at various stages of their professional career to assist our ongoing growth and service delivery.
We are looking for passionate Allied Health Professionals to contribute to a dynamic and multi-disciplinary team while providing evidence-based, early intervention to young people.
We have current and upcoming fixed term, full time/part time and private practitioner opportunities in various locations across Southern Tasmania.
We are open to expressions of interest from suitability experienced Allied/Mental Health Professionals for the following positions:
- Allied Health Clinicians (MBS rebatable or eligible for)
- Private Practitioners (MBS rebatable or eligible for)
Applications considered from:
- Psychologists (Registered, Clinical)
- Occupational Therapists
- Social Workers (Acreditted)
The Link Youth Health Service Inc (The Link) has been helping young Tasmanians (aged 12-25) for 30+ years. As the Lead Agency for headspace Hobart, part of the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, The Link offers early intervention mental health services, including physical health (including sexual health), alcohol and drug services, and work/study support. The Link collaborates with young people, the community, and funders to promote their well-being and success.
The Link provides high quality primary and clinical health services as well as information, advice and referral services. They work across the health sector in developing innovative and responsive models of service. They also assist in delivering training and support to other professionals and the wider community. They strive to excel in the delivery of evidence-based, primary and clinical health services to young people by strengthening partnerships with government, private and community sectors and engaging service users and the community.
What’s on offer?
The successful applicants will join an organisation that recognises and values its people by:
- Tax-free salary packaging available
- Family friendly and flexible working conditions, and
- Complete infrastructure including pool cars, mobile phone and other resources for work purposes.
Interested individuals should email email@example.com to obtain a position description. To submit your application:
- Review the selection criteria carefully and ensure that your application addresses each criterion.
- Mark your application as confidential.
- Email your application to Lesley, Executive Support Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Positions are open to all suitably qualified applicants. The Link have a strong commitment to participation of people with a lived experience of mental health issues in our workforce. They value diversity and applicants from suitably qualified people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, and people from CALD and LGBTIQA+ communities.
Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview.
For more information contact:
Name: Allied Health Professionals
Phone: (03) 6231 2927