About Mental Health Victoria
An independent, not-for-profit organisation, Mental Health Victoria (MHV) is the state's peak body for mental health, providing informed advice and perspectives on relevant mental health reform and policy. With members from a variety of organisations working within or intersecting the mental health system, they translate evidence-based results into best practice policies.
About the Opportunity
Mental Health Victoria now has an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager to lead their NDIS Recovery-oriented Psychosocial Disability Support (ROPDS) Project team in Elsternwick, Melbourne. This role is being offered as a 12 month, part-time contract (30 hours per week), with days and times negotiable depending on your needs. There is also the possibility that the role will be extended.
Reporting to and working closely with the Director Workforce Development and Learning, you'll be leading a team of two staff (1.6 FTE), and also be providing project management support and capability to an additional two smaller, already underway NDIS workforce development projects.
NDIS Recovery-oriented Psychosocial Disability Support Project –A new nation-wide project to identify and lead a market-informed, standardised approach to professional development, working with providers to develop a shared understanding of core competencies and expand their capacity to support participants with psychosocial disabilities.
NDIS Workforce Development (Psychosocial Capabilities) Project - A state-wide project to translate an already completed capability framework into a workforce capability building program.
From Survive to Thrive: Building the resilience and wellbeing of the NDIS Workforce Project - focussed on the development of two professional development programs for the NDIS workforce around worker wellbeing and resilience.
For more information and the selection criteria, please click 'Apply' now!
About the Benefits
This is a rare opportunity to make your mark on a well-established peak body, as they break new ground in the delivery of a national workforce development project, in the evolving recovery-oriented psychosocial disability support space. Not only a fantastic chance to grow your skills and advance your career, you'll be directly leading the development of training and services that will genuinely improve support for people with mental ill-health and psychosocial disability.
In return for your hard work and dedication, will be rewarded with an attractive base salary circa $92,970 – $96,863 (pro-rata), negotiable based on your skills and experience, plus super and salary packaging.
Mental Health Victoria truly welcomes new ideas, promotes a high level of autonomy, and both supports and trusts their staff to make decisions. With flexible start dates and negotiable work arrangements, depending on your needs, you'll be joining a highly supportive organisation with a fantastic internal culture - so it's not surprising that they enjoy great staff retention.
If you're looking for a rewarding role where your leadership skills and project management experience can make a genuine impact on the lives of many, look no further - Apply Now!