WayAhead are recruiting for a Mental Health Promotion Officer
Make a positive difference to the mental health and wellbeing of individuals and communities in NSW
WayAhead is seeking a Mental Health Promotions Officer with experience and passion for community development. Bring your awareness of the importance of mental health and well-being to the NSW community!
You will work closely with WayAhead’s in-house communications team, and be responsible for project management, sector relationship development and event planning. Use your creativity and organizational skills to design, implement and evaluate promotions, events, and significant state-wide campaigns. Take the lead on a variety of mental health awareness programs and exciting events, such as the Mental Health Month Awards.
WayAhead – Mental Health Association NSW is an established and respected not-for-profit organisation that promotes mental health and wellbeing through information, education, support and advocacy. Their programs include October’s Mental Health Month, an Anxiety Support program and a directory of mental health and community services. WayAhead are located here at Collective Purpose in Woolloomooloo.
This position is permanent full-time 38 hours per week.
This position is classified Level 5 Pay Point 1 (SACS G5Y1) of the Social, Community Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 (SCHCADS).
Prior to submitting your application, download the Recruitment Information Kit from
or call Cecilia Rais, Human Resources Manager on 02 9332 0241 to request the recruitment kit.
You must address all the selection criteria in a separate document for your application to be considered.
Closing date: 5pm Monday 20th November 2017
Please send your completed application as per instructions in the Recruitment Information Kit to our Human Resources Manager, Cecilia Rais at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds, LGTBQI people and people with lived experience of mental illness and/or disabilities.