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.
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Current Advertised Positions
Fieldworker – Part-Time – SA
Grow commenced in Sydney, in 1957 by people who believed that, together, they could support each other to overcome the difficulties they experienced, in their everyday life, that were caused by mental illness, and go on to lives full of hope and aspiration. Today there are over 250 Grow groups all over Australia with branches in each state.
Grow is a consumer based, national organisation, providing peer supported programs for growth and personal development for people with a mental illness and for people experiencing difficulty in coping with life’s challenges.
Our specialised Get Growing programs enable schools, workplaces and diverse community groups to have access to best practice preventative mental wellness strategies, education and resources.
The Grow and Get Growing Programs provide experiences and information that are truly worth-giving.
About the role
This is a 22.5 hour a week position with the need to have total flexibility around working hours.
Primary functions include:
- Overseeing the day to day operation within Inner City Darwin and surrounding suburbs in accordance with relevant funding guidelines and Grow Program.
- Be responsible for the delivery of outcomes according to our Branch Plan as part of broader organisational strategic plan.
- Be guided by the Branch Management Team in the delivery of Branch targets and outcomes.
- This is a multi faceted role including facilitating Grow social events and community camps.
- A component of the role is supporting and delivering presentation and discussion style groups in NT Schools with ‘at risk’ students.
- This is a unique role requiring a demonstrated high standard of personal and professional behaviour.
Employment conditions include SACS Award Level 4, salary sacrificing, laptop, mobile phone and other benefits.
The applicant is required to be experienced in the Grow Program or possess a willingness to learn.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in mental health and Cert IV in Mental Health or higher.
Experience in group work with young people and Cert IV in Youth Work or similar is highly desirable.
You will have demonstrated experience working autonomously and have medium to high skills in Microsoft Office.
The successful applicant will also need to hold a current First Aid Certificate, Child Safe Environments, NT Driver’s Licence, and National Police Clearance. Mental Health First Aid or willingness to attain is essential.