Mental Health Registered Nurse

Posted 02 June 2024
Salary$95k - $105k + super + salary sacrifice (up to $16k)
Job type Full time
DisciplineHealth Professionals

Job description

Unleash Your Potential with a Rewarding Opportunity in Mental Health Care! 

Are you passionate about mental health and eager to make a real difference? Join our dynamic Not-for-Profit client, dedicated to transforming lives through innovative and compassionate care. They are a beacon of integrity, commitment, and quality, fostering a collaborative environment where creativity and strategic thinking thrive.

Our client emphasizes personal growth, continuous learning, and accountability to stakeholders and communities. With a deep respect for cultural insights, emotional intelligence, and professional humility, they seek team members who embody these values in their everyday practice.

Within this vibrant Mental Health Hub, we provide comprehensive assessments, cutting-edge treatment, and assertive outreach support to clients facing moderate to severe mental health challenges.

Why You’ll Love This Role:

As a crucial member of our multidisciplinary care team in the Ipswich office, you will play an instrumental role in delivering holistic and integrated mental health care. Your work will help prevent hospitalizations and ensure clients receive top-tier community support. Additionally, you’ll collaborate closely with GPs to offer exceptional primary health care services.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct culturally sensitive, comprehensive assessments
  • Deliver personalized treatment and intensive case management
  • Engage in proactive outreach to address clients' emerging mental health needs
  • Utilize your advanced clinical expertise for comprehensive mental health assessments and decisions
  • Provide primary health care services
What We’re Looking For:

  • Qualified Mental Health Registered Nurse with AHPRA Registration
  • Willingness to undergo a Criminal History Check
  • Current C Class Driver’s License
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role
What’s in It for You:

  • Competitive salary between $95,000 - $105,000 + superannuation
  • Generous salary sacrifice options up to $15,900
  • Continuous training and professional development opportunities
  • Enjoy a healthy work-life balance with NO WEEKENDS
If you are driven to make a lasting impact on the mental health and wellbeing of Indigenous families, we want to hear from you! For further inquiries, please contact Mel Ireland at 07 3239 2598 or via email at

Apply now and be a part of a transformative journey in mental health care!

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