About the role
The Project Lead will provide leadership across one of our priority program areas at Everymind, leading on suicide prevention and mental health projects. We have a couple of opportunities available. One is leading knowledge translation programs that seek to build the capacity of a range of sectors to apply mental health and suicide prevention knowledge in their practice. The other is leading our business and community programs, that seek to build the capacity of workplaces, small businesses and community organisations to take a mentally healthy approach. In this area we are looking for someone with experience in workplace mental health and a keen interest in developing and growing the program of work.
Everymind is committed to the meaningful learning and development of all its staff. When you join Everymind you will be supported with a tailored on-boarding and orientation program through which you will learn about our institute and our priority program areas and projects, all with helpful guidance from your very own ‘buddy’.
Where you’ll be working
Everymind is a leading national institute dedicated to the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide and has been delivering successful prevention programs for over 30 years. Our offices are located directly across from beautiful Newcastle beach on the James Fletcher Hospital Campus, with attractive flexible working options available. At Everymind you will work with a fun and talented multidisciplinary team including project, research, communications and administrative staff, all dedicated to our mission of bridging the knowledge to practice gap in the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide.
You will be passionate about the prevention of mental ill-health and suicide and feel connected to our vision of ‘empowering people and organisations to implement change – for themselves, for each other, for the future’.
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For role related queries or questions contact Amy Stevens on Amy.Stevens@health.nsw.gov.au or 02 4924 6900
Applications Close: Monday 21st November 2022
An eligibility list will be created for future temporary full or part time vacancies.
To apply for this job please visit jobs.health.nsw.gov.au.