Community Rehabilitation and Support Worker - Bentley / Bunbury

Employment status
Classification and Salary
CSD Level 2 from $28.01/hr - $30.77/hr + casual loading
No Fixed Hours
Contract Details
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 5 April 2017
Position overview

Neami seeks a Casual Support Worker to apply a recovery-based approach in assisting people with a mental illness to service the Bunbury and Perth metro area.

Hours - No Fixed Hours: Bunbury shifts are Monday to Sunday raning from 9:00am - 8:00pm (2-3 hours in duration, 7 days per week).

Must be available on weekends 9:00am - 11:30am and 6:00pm - 8:00pm

  • Work within a values based, progressive NGO
  • Join an exciting and expanding organisation
  • Be part of a dynamic and reflective team working providing specialised support


 “Full citizenship for all people living with a mental illness in Australian society


About the Role

  • Casual contract available at Neami Bentley/Bunbury
  • Work with consumers within the Bunbury area
  • CSD Level 2 from $28.01/hr - $30.77/hr + casual loading (dependent on skills and experience)
  • No fixed hours – Bunbury shifts are Monday to Sunday ranging from 9:00am – 8:00pm (2 to 3 hours in duration, 7 days per wk)
  • Must be available on Weekends 9:00am -11:30am and 6-8pm.
  • Gain valuable experience working within a recovery model of service delivery


The Bentley service has been funded to provide the Individualised Community Living Strategy (ICLS) and the Day to Day Living Program across the Perth Metro area and Greater South West Region.


Community Rehabilitation and Support Workers provide a range of rehabilitation and support to consumers, tailored to meet their individual needs. Neami National's work with consumers occurs within their own community of friends, family and neighbourhood. You will work closely with clinical case managers and other community partner organisations in order to deliver the best possible comprehensive service to consumers.  Community Rehabilitation and Support Workers at Neami National function within a collaborative team approach and are supported by regular opportunities to reflect upon their practice and access comprehensive training and development.


We also offer:

  • Gain valuable experience working within a recovery model of service delivery
  • Extensive Learning and Development Program
  • Practice Development sessions, coaching and mentoring with your supervisor


Creating diverse staff teams

The values, skills, attributes and commitment of our staff are key to our success and we are strongly committed to further developing and diversifying our work force.

We celebrate multidisciplinary teams and value the depth brought by those from diverse cultural backgrounds, Aboriginal staff, and those with lived experiences of mental illness and recovery, all of whom are strongly encouraged to apply for any roles that match their skills and interest.


To discuss the position, please contact

Name and Title:

Rick Ward, Service Manager or

Dale Davies, Senior Practice Leader

Contact Phone Number:

(08) 6252 0420