3 days per week (Tues, Wed, Thurs)Located at CessnockContract until 30 June 2026The Opportunity: headspace Cessnock Satellite service, is operated by Samaritans Foundation and part of a national initiative to deliver improvements in the mental health, social wellbeing and economic participation of young people aged 12-25. Working within a dedicated multidisciplinary team that provides intake and assessment, ongoing counselling, treatment and support to young people. You will be providing initial intake and assessment and brief interventions of young people and seek to develop and maintain appropriate referral pathways in the local service system to provide therapeutic intervention, group work and community awareness activities to young people and service providers.Why Work for us? Newcastle Anglican places people at the centre of our work. As a part of a faith-based organisation, you have access to the following great benefits: Up to 40% discount on school enrolment fees at any of our Newcastle Anglican schoolsSalary packaging options (up to $611/fortnight)Discounted private health insurance through MedibankCareer and development opportunities – we want you to flourish!Access to over 300+ gyms with the Fitness Passport ProgramFree access to our corporate Employee Assistance ProgramPaid parental leave (after 12 months of service) About you? With experience in assessment, intervention and evaluation of clinical outcomes with mental health and/or young people, you will have an understanding of and experience using available clinical resources and community service networks. You will have experience and knowledge of psychological practice in the areas of Child, Adolescent and Family clinical services, as well as a well-developed knowledge of diverse cultures and community needs.You are passionate about advocating on behalf of young people, use your excellent communication skills to work collaboratively with all of your stakeholders, have a genuine appreciation for the importance of documentation, and can work independently as well as being a valued member of the team.Essential Criteria Tertiary degree qualifications in Social Work, Psychology, Nursing or Occupational Therapy.A demonstrated understanding of mental health issues affecting young people and their families and carers; best practice treatment options; support services; and co-morbidities.Demonstrated skills and understanding in working with young people experiencing mental health issues and their families to assess strengths and needs, develop treatment plans collaboratively, and support young people to engage in services at difficult times in their lives.Who we are?Formerly known as the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle, Newcastle Anglican is a faith-based organisation serving the people of the Hunter and the Central Coast.We offer a leading Christian presence to our community through our parishes, four schools, Anglican Care and Samaritans.Our vision is for people to flourish because of what we do, inspired by the way of Jesus.We provide a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and welcome all applications.For more information visit www.newcastleanglican.org.au or email the talent team at careers@newcastleanglican.org.au   You must have the right to live and work in Australia.Samaritans promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children and young people.  AUD Cessnock 2325