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In Grow’s 2013 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


Residential Program Worker – Part-Time – New South Wales

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    • National organisation
    • Flexible working environment
    • Casual

ABOUT THE ROLE

This position involves working with individuals who have mental health conditions, with or without a co-existing substance abuse issues. The role is to animate, activate and inspire persons in recovery by leadership and practical implementation of  Grows 12 step program. You will be responsible tor supervision/coordination of the day-to-day structure including group facilitation, resident management and service delivery.

This is a casual position with flexible hours. The Grow Residential Rehabilitation Program has 24/7 staffing coverage.  In addition to some rostered shifts, you may be offered shifts at short notice to cover absences. Some weekend work is also available. You may also be asked to cover sleepover shifts.

ABOUT YOU

The successful candidate will have experience in mental health or drug and alcohol rehabilitation and Cert IV in mental health or AOD.  You may also be a second year university student studying social or health services and interested gaining firsthand experience in residential rehabilitation. You will be required to have or attain a current First Aid certificate.  You will need to be able to work with minimum direction, be self-motivated, flexible, team spirited, open to ongoing training and able to identify strongly with Grow values. A current Driver’s License and own transport is essential.

HOW TO APPLY

A covering letter accompanying the resume should be included in your application.  You can contact Justin Famularo, Manager, on 02 9606 0188 or 0452 220 271 if you have any questions regarding this position.

We are accepting applications for immediate start up to 2nd of  June

Successful applicants will be notified.

Email applications to: Justin.famularo@grow.org.au



Fieldworker – Full-Time – New South Wales

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Grow is a community mental health organisation whose aim is to help people overcome personal challenges, and grow towards maturity and good mental health within a caring and sharing community that is established throughout Sydney and the organisation of Grow itself.  It is a community were members and staff are all seen as equal. An important aspect of Grow’s underlying philosophy is that decisions are made along cooperative and collaborative lines with member teams and staff.

About the role:

Grow NSW currently has a vacant Fieldworker position available.

The Fieldworker will have responsibility for groups across Western Sydney, Northern Sydney and the Central Coast, as well as Organisers and Recorders teams for these regions and Hospital Orientations at various hospitals in these regions.

Additional requirements

  • A Police Certificate is required in accordance with relevant legislation and Grow policy. Where applicable, additional state based screening may be required.
  • Current Driver’s Licence.
  • Current First Aid Certificate.
  • Certificate IV in Mental Health or willingness to work towards and experience in mental health.
  • Evidence of Australian citizenship or current working visa.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Suite.

By close of business on Friday 26th May 2017.

Interviews for short listed candidates will be held in the week commencing Monday May 29th 2017.

Please send a resume and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria in the position description to Gregg Kearns at nsw@grow.org.au or by mail to:

6 Albion Street, Harris Park, NSW 2150