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In Grow’s 2016 staff survey, conducted by Enhancing Community Business, a resounding 100% of survey respondents said that they either loved or liked working for Grow and 96% said they were proud to work for Grow.

So if you are considering a job in the not for profit sector, consider working with Grow – and be a part of our community.

If you would like to make an enquiry or submit a resume, please contact us at national@grow.org.au

Current Advertised Positions

Fieldworker – Full-Time – WA

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  • National Organisation
  • Salary commencing at $59,000 plus super, plus salary sacrifice
  • Generous leave allowance.
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Work vehicle
  • Office based in Wembley, WA

Grow was established 60 years ago, and operates 26 Mutual Help Support Groups in Western Australia, open to people experiencing mental illness. Grow is a community mental health organisation whose aim is to empower people to overcome the personal challenges resulting from mental illness through mutual help and peer support in a group setting, skills development and a supportive, inclusive community.  A new strategic plan for the entire organisation commences in 2018 that will expand the organisations range of mental health programs.

About the role:

Working hours can include some evening and occasional weekend work. The region covered by this position is currently from Subiaco to Butler. Ideally the candidate would be located within this region.

Primary functions include:

  • Supporting existing Grow Groups and member participation
  • Establishing new Grow Groups, and increasing the numbers of participants
  • Undertaking outreach to promote local Grow Groups, establish referrers and community support.
  • Nurture leadership of members and volunteers, and community spirit.
  • Performance analysis and outcome reporting for your region.

About you:

The successful applicant will need to identify with Grow’s philosophy, be self-motivated and team spirited, and open to ongoing training.

Selection Criteria:

  • Minimum 4 years’ experience in Community Services
  • Field development experience in expanding Community Services
  • Minimum a qualification in Community Services such as Certificate IV Mental Health
  • Mandatory requirements – current First Aid Certificate, WA Driver’s Licence, & Police Clearance

Desirable:

  • Tertiary qualifications in community services or related
  • Experience working in regional communities
  • Report writing experience

Requirements for applications:

Applications must include a cover letter, resume and a document addressing the key selection criteria and mandatory requirements outlined in the position description.  You will also be required to provide two professional references. Applications that do not include these requirements will not be considered. 

How to apply for this job

For further information about the role, please contact Ljuba Mojovic on 0423 945 675.

Please email applications to Grow WA at wa@grow.org.au  

Applications close Saturday 25th November 2017 5pm.  (Grow reserves all rights to close position) 



Fieldworker – Full-Time – NSW

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  • National Organisation
  • Salary commencing at $60,000 plus super, plus salary sacrifice
  • Generous leave allowance.
  • Flexible working arrangements including work from home option.
  • Work vehicle
  • Office based in Harris Park
  • Working in the greater Sydney Area
  • Starting January 2018

Grow is a community mental health organisation whose aim is to empower people to overcome the personal challenges resulting from mental illness through mutual help and peer support in a group setting, skills development and a supportive, inclusive community.  Currently there are 32 Grow Groups throughout New South Wales with 20 in the greater Sydney area.

About the role:

Working hours can include some evening and occasional weekend work. The region covered by this position is from Sydney South East to Inner West with the occasional fieldtrip to the Illawarra .

Primary functions include:

  • Supporting existing Grow Groups and member participation
  • Establishing new Grow Groups, and increasing the numbers of participants
  • Undertaking outreach to promote local Grow Groups, establish referrers and community support.
  • Nurture leadership of members and volunteers, and community spirit.
  • Performance analysis and outcome reporting for your region.

About you:

The successful applicant will need to identify with Grow’s philosophy, be self-motivated and team spirited, and open to ongoing training.

Mandatory Criteria:

  • Minimum a qualification in Community Services such as Certificate IV Mental Health or Peer Work
  • Minimum 4 years’ experience in Community Services including mental health
  • Current First Aid Certificate, NSW driver’s licence
  • Willingness to provide current criminal record check certificate

Desirable:

  • Tertiary qualifications in community services or related
  • Report Writing Experience

Requirements for applications:

Applications must include a covering letter, comprehensive resume and a document addressing the key selection criteria and mandatory requirements outlined in the position description.  You will also be required to provide and two professional references one of which will be your most recent employer.  Applications that do not include these requirements will not be considered. 

 

How to apply for this job

For further information about the role, please contact Dave McLoughlin on  0401805473.

Please email applications to Grow at nsw@grow.org.au  Interviews will take place early December 2017.  It is envisaged that the successful applicant will commence in January 2018.

Applications close 5pm 20th November 2017 .


Fieldworker – Part Time – QLD

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  • National Mental Health Organisation
  • 4 days per week (30.4 hours)
  • Salary starting from $30.13 per hour plus super, plus salary sacrifice
  • Generous leave allowance and flexible working arrangements
  • Office based in Holland Park West, Brisbane

Grow is a community mental health organisation whose aim is to help people overcome personal challenges related to mental illness through a peer lead, structured, mutual help program within a caring and sharing community.  The QLD Branch provides support to over 20 groups that are located from the Gold Coast to Cairns. There are also 2 groups that take place online. This exciting role will be to support the mutual help groups and provide information to the wider community about Grow programs.

About the role:

Primary functions include:

  • Supporting and developing quality of existing Grow Groups
  • Developing opportunities to establish new Groups
  • Undertake outreach to promote local Grow Groups and Get Growing programs
  • Nurture leadership of members and volunteers and encourage ongoing growth of the Grow’s Caring and Sharing Community

About you:

The successful applicant will need to identify with Grow’s philosophy, be self-motivated, flexible, energetic, team spirited and open to ongoing training.

You will need as a minimum a qualification in Community Services such as Certificate IV Mental Health or Degree and at least 4 years’ experience in Community Services. You will need to hold a current First Aid Certificate, QLD driver’s licence, and have current QLD criminal history notice (within 3 months) or the ability to obtain one prior to commencement of position.

Requirements for applications:

Applications must include a resume and a covering addressing the key selection criteria and mandatory requirements outlined in the position description.  Applicants should also provide two professional references one of which will be your most recent employer. Applications that do not include these requirements will not be considered.  

How to apply for this job

For further information about the role, please contact Irene Clelland: 0422 123029

Please email applications to Grow at Irene.Clelland@Grow.org.au

Applications close 9am Monday 6th November 2017