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Job ID: 13032
Job Views: 12
Location: Esperance
Post Code: 6450
Category: Healthcare & Medical
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 01/07/2024


Respect, Excellence, Celebration, Compassion, Acceptance, Professionalism.


Join an organisation that makes a real difference within the community.


About Centrecare


Centrecare is a not-for-profit organisation with just over 300 employees and is committed to delivering quality professional counselling, support, accommodation, mediation and training services in over 11 locations across the Perth metropolitan, Goldfields and South West regions.

Job Requirements:

About the role


Under the Integrated Primary Mental Health Care Model, this position will focus and deliver quality mental health and wellbeing services for disadvantaged, vulnerable or hard to reach individuals who have, or at risk of mental health condition in the Esperance-Goldfields region.


Located 700kms east-southeast of Perth, Esperance is a town in the Goldfields. The Goldfields is a vibrant mix of gold rush history, grand colonial buildings and immense mining operations, surrounded by some of the most dazzling spring wildflowers. Centrecare offers an attractive zone allowance to all staff who choose to work in the Kalgoorlie and Esperance region!


  • Conduct comprehensive client assessments to inform the development of a case plan or appropriate referrals according to the clients identified needs.
  • Assessing supports and ensuring that they are appropriate to meeting client’s needs.
  • referring and assisting clients to access appropriate mainstream specialist services and support groups.
  • Be able to respond appropriately to client in crisis.
  • Facilitate groups as required.


Selection Criteria


  • Recognised tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work, Mental Health, Counselling, Childhood Development or related disciplines.
  • Experience counselling individuals, couples and families.
  • Relevant experience in working with children and families with complex needs e.g. domestic violence, homelessness, abuse, schooling issues. Whereby service design was inclusive of social, emotional, mental, and physical needs.
  • Experience in case management and coordination of client services.
  • Demonstrated experience in intake, assessment and case management
  • Knowledge and experience in early intervention and prevention program services.
  • Highly developed clinical skills and knowledge.
  • Strong professional boundaries
  • Current Class ‘C’ driver's license and own vehicle.
  • National Police Clearance (within 12 months validity)
  • Working With Children Check or eligibility to apply




  • Regional area zone allowance
  • Relocation assistance of $1,000 over 1,000kms
  • Salary packaging options of up to $15,900
  • Annual leave loading at 17.5%
  • Extra 5 days leave per year
  • Comprehensive training and professional development
  • Access to corporate health cover provided for by Bupa and Medibank Private
  • Insurance cover to and from work
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Clinical and Management Supervision
  • Reduced mortgage interest rates through Catholic Super

How to Apply:

How to Apply


Click apply and you will be directed to our online job board to view further details on the vacancy description and complete your application.


Position Closes: 1st August 2024


Shortlisting will commence upon receipt of applications, Centrecare reserves the right to close the position early if needed.

Should you have any queries, please contact Human Resources on (08) 9288 2244


At Centrecare:


  • Children feel Valued, Heard, and Safe: Centrecare is fully committed to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations, child safe cultures and practices. harm. Centrecare also believes that all children are valuable and worthy of respect. It strongly supports the rights of the child and is committed to ensuring the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children who are in contact with or receive its services.
  • We are Inclusive: We actively promote a working environment that values diversity and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from First Nations people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQ+ and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.
  • We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart: We are committed to walking alongside First Nations people to support a more inclusive Australia and Closing the Gap.