Service Manager - Perth Metro

Location: Perth
Discipline: Social and Community Care
Salary: $100000 to $999999
Contact name: Shannon Butler

Contact email:
Job ref: 742
Published: 8 months ago
On Offer:
  • Excellent Salary: Up to $130,000 + Super 
  • Salary Packaging Available
  • Leadership Opportunity 
  • Full time position
  • 4 weeks annual leave 
  • Perth Metro location

Our client is an established organisation that delivers a range of mental health services to the young people of Australia. Their aim is to create brighter futures and create innovative and accessible services for youth experiencing challenges. They have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and passionate leader that will bring their expertise to the role; a leadership superstar that will guide the multi-disciplinary team's success!

The Role

The Service Manager is required to provide clinical supervision & guidance, including professional support to the clinical team and programs team within the Perth Metro area. This role enables and supports counsellors to provide a clinical service to young people who are showing early signs associated with suicide, depression, self-harm, as well as their families and carer’s. A key role of the Service Manager is providing clinical support and services to the most complex cases
Essential Criteria
  • Tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Counselling, or Mental Health Nursing.
  • Current registration with appropriate professional body, e.g., AHPRA, AASW.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills with a minimum of five years' experience working with young people including those at risk of suicide, depression and/or self-harm, and an understanding of the issues that impact on families and young people.
  • Strong leadership experience managing multidisciplinary teams, whilst demonstrating clear communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills, including the ability to prioritise and manage competing work tasks whilst delivering to agreed deadlines.
  • Knowledge, skills, and experience in counselling techniques and processes appropriate to working with young people and their families.
  • Knowledge, skills, and experience in developing, implementing, and evaluating group programs for young people with a strategic lens.
  • Strong networking skills with demonstrated experience collaborating with other services and partnerships.
  • Advanced computer skills including client data management, calendar, and database applications.
  • Leadership qualifications and/or professional development experience (desirable).
  • Ability to work on-call one (1) evening per week
If you would like a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Shannon on 0451 832 900 or email your resume to