Case Manager - MATES in Mining

About the Role

  • A newly created role to support the MATES in Mining program nationally

  • Stable organisation experiencing significant growth, with low staff turnover

  • Appealing base salary with NFP salary sacrificing benefits on offer

Using your experience in case management, you provide short-term case management to a caseload of mostly mining and energy workers across Australia. Using a brokerage model, you will assess workers needs and issues and work with them to deliver an appropriate plan.
Duties & Responsibilities

  • Providing short-term case management to workers using a brokerage model

  • Refer workers to existing workplace services (for example, EAP) or other community services

  • On a rostered basis and during office hours, answer the MATES 24/7 Telephone Helpline

  • Work collaboratively with other Case Managers and Field Officers nationally, working across other industries such as construction and energy as required

  • Provide on-site support through critical incident and/or postvention response

  • Maintain regular Case Management records, building a resource database for case management

  • Participate in relevant research projects and actively promote the MATES research agenda

Skills & Experience required

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work or Psychology, and registration (or ability to gain this) with relevant professional body (AASW or AHPRA)

  • Demonstrated experience in case management and an in-depth knowledge of mental health

  • A willingness to work with the existing LivingWorks ASIST intervention model

  • Ability to deliver programs effectively and be comfortable speaking and presenting to groups

  • A flexible and mature mindset, along with a calm, even-measured approach to working in a reactive environment

  • The ability to work autonomously and manage your own priorities

Benefits & Culture
This organisation fosters a friendly, honest and supportive team environment. Additional benefits include:

  • An incredible opportunity to make a difference within the mining industry

  • 5 weeks of annual leave, plus a monthly RDO

  • Study and support allowance up to $2500 per annum

  • Tool of the Trade Vehicle

  • Appealing base salary with 15% superannuation and salary sacrificing available

  • Travel insurance and income protection offered

About the Company
Our client is a national suicide prevention organisation, focused on delivering evidence-based suicide awareness and prevention programs. They deliver an integrated program of community development and support, utilising training as a tool to raise awareness about suicide and mental health in the mining industry.

Click on the APPLY button, or contact Ashleigh McFadyen or Tracey Montgomery on 07 3846 7730

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