Internal Positions


South Australia Western Australia

South Australia

Registered PsychologistSouth Australia

Uploaded: 10/05/2024
The Psychologist will deliver BlueSky Mind Studio’s clinical psychology services to Participants from various contracts and referring agencies. The role provides assistance to Participants who have complex barriers to employment by conducting assessments, undertaking a variety of therapeutic interventions, facilitating groups, and providing recommendations to appropriate vocational and non-vocational services.

Payroll & Accounts Receivable OfficerSouth Australia

Uploaded: 10/05/2024
The Payroll & Accounts Receivable Officer is responsible for end-to-end payroll processing and related functions, and all accounts receivable functions including recording and allocation of incoming payments, creation of invoices and statements and following up outstanding accounts. The Payroll & Accounts Receivable Officer is responsible for liaising with the Human Resources and Quality Assurance department. This role is also required to provide support to the Finance team as a whole.

Link WorkerSouth Australia

Uploaded: 09/05/2024
The Link Worker: Transition to Work is responsible for engaging, facilitating and empowering a caseload of Transition to Work (TtW) Participants who are at risk of long-term unemployment, are disengaged from education and training or have multiple barriers to employment. The Link Worker: Transition to Work motivates and guides TtW Participants in developing appropriate skills and attributes to gain meaningful and sustainable employment, including apprenticeships and traineeships. The Link Worker: Transition to Work facilitates connections with education, training and labour market opportunities that will position TtW Participants well for sustainable employment.

Vocational Trainer and AssessorSouth Australia

Uploaded: 09/05/2024
The Vocational Trainer and Assessor facilitates and assesses relevant industry training to assist the general public, long-term unemployed and other disadvantaged Participants to obtain employment, enhance employment skills, or proceed to further education or training.

Intake and Administration Officer South Australia

Uploaded: 09/05/2024
The Intake Administration Officer (IAO) is the first point of contact for all potential Participants, their families and/or representatives providing a responsive service to move them through the pre-engagement process to service delivery. The IAO is responsible for the implementation of the intake process that identifies Participant support needs, collates specific data, and provides Participants with an understanding of the services provided within the BlueSky Mind Studio, their rights and responsibilities, and the types of information that we gather and share. The IAO also identifies the relevant stream to put a Participant in and is also responsible for the delivery of administrative and support tasks for the Allied Services Team.

Trainer and Assessor: SEE South Australia

Uploaded: 05/02/2024
To assist individuals in the community and unemployed Participants to upskill, reskill, obtain and retain employment or to proceed to further education or training through the provision of language, literacy and numeracy and digital literacy skills training and employment-related assistance. To adhere to Government contractual requirements and achieve and maintain compliance within the Standards for Registered Training Organisations.

Industry Specialist Consultant South Australia

Uploaded: 18/10/2023
The Industry Specialist Consultant is responsible for proactively developing and maintaining ongoing relationships with key stakeholders to deliver high quality and effective recruitment services to meet workforce and labour market demands in accordance with the Global Service Model (GSM). The Industry Specialist Consultant sources suitable labour market opportunities for Status Participants with a focus on outcomes that will lead to sustainable employment. Integral to this role is a strong understanding of local labour markets, including current and future opportunities, and effectively engaging with employers, complementary service providers and other stakeholders who assist Participants in gaining sustainable employment.

Employment Consultant: Disability Employment ServicesSouth Australia

Uploaded: 30/06/2023
The Employment Consultant – Disability Employment Services (DES) is responsible for engaging, facilitating and empowering a caseload of Participants who may have multiple and complex personal and vocational barriers to employment, including a range of physical and mental health issues. This role involves guiding Participants to develop appropriate skills and attributes to improve their employment prospects and gain meaningful employment. The Employment Consultant – Disability Employment Services facilitates and implements pre-employment strategies, delivered through the Organisations Global Services Model (GSM), that focus on achieving return to the paid workforce.

Western Australia

Site Manager: DESWestern Australia

Uploaded: 24/05/2024
The Site Manager: DES oversees the day-to-day operations of their allocated DES site, delivering both the DES-DMS and DES-ESS contracts, including specialist psychiatric contracts, if applicable. A key feature of this position is the day-to-day management of staff and operations to maximise contractual and financial performance, along with the management of the Government authorities notice board, pending lists, Participant flow, Employment Consultants caseload numbers, and Participant exits and transfers. The Site Manager: DES will also provide expert training, support and advice to staff to maximise placements and outcomes for the site.

Indigenous Mentor: Transition to WorkWestern Australia

Uploaded: 24/05/2024
The Indigenous Mentor is responsible for providing effective support, in accordance with our Global Service Model (GSM), mentoring and intervention to Indigenous Participants that enables them to successfully participate in education and employment. They will work with a number of key community and local labour market stakeholders to provide opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Participants, taking into account skills and abilities, as well as their community and cultural needs. The Indigenous Mentor will provide on the job support to Participants, and assess and address their workplace support needs to ensure ongoing employment is maintained.

Industry Specialist ConsultantWestern Australia

Uploaded: 14/05/2024
The Post Placement Support Mentor: TtW is responsible for providing effective supports and interventions to Transition to Work Participants in order to facilitate successful and sustainable engagement in employment and education. The role will identify fall out and disengagement risks and proactively work alongside Participants, Employers and Registered Training Organisations to maximise sustainable outcomes. The Post Placement Support Mentor: TtW will provide support and interventions in the workplace and training locations, utilising resources from internal stakeholders and external community support services.

High Intensity CounsellorWestern Australia

Uploaded: 28/03/2024
The High Intensity Counsellor will deliver BlueSky Mind Studio’s High Intensity Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (HICBT) services to Participants from various contracts and referring agencies. The High Intensity Counsellor will see Participants in a one-on-one format via telehealth, providing an initial assessment and, if deemed appropriate, will design and implement a treatment plan with the Participant. The High Intensity Counsellor is expected to be skilled with a broad range of high quality, evidence-based, Participant-centred behavioural health approaches in order to move Participants along the continuum of wellbeing, including economic independence, education and employment.

Post Placement Support MentorWestern Australia

Uploaded: 20/03/2024
The Post Placement Support Mentor: TtW is responsible for providing effective supports and interventions to Transition to Work Participants in order to facilitate successful and sustainable engagement in employment and education. The role will identify fall out and disengagement risks and proactively work alongside Participants, Employers and Registered Training Organisations to maximise sustainable outcomes. The Post Placement Support Mentor: TtW will provide support and interventions in the workplace and training locations, utilising resources from internal stakeholders and external community support services.

Youth Peer Mentor: Transition to WorkWestern Australia

Uploaded: 24/05/2024
The Youth Peer Mentor: Transition to Work (TtW) is responsible for building and developing positive relationships for TtW Participants engaged in the Organisations services, providing support and mentoring that enables the TtW Participants to successfully partake in education and employment. The Youth Peer Mentor: Transition to Work will work alongside TtW Participants and be primary in giving voice to their views and facilitating their contribution to the design of the services they receive. The Youth Peer Mentor: Transition to Work will contribute and implement initiatives that enhance TtW Participant’s engagement and ongoing linkages to community in order to strengthen their pathway to education and employment.

Employment Consultant – Disability Employment Services Western Australia

Uploaded: 20/02/2024
The Employment Consultant – Disability Employment Services (DES) is responsible for engaging, facilitating and empowering a caseload of Participants who may have multiple and complex personal and vocational barriers to employment, including a range of physical and mental health issues. This role involves guiding Participants to develop appropriate skills and attributes to improve their employment prospects and gain meaningful employment. The Employment Consultant – Disability Employment Services facilitates and implements pre-employment strategies, delivered through the Organisations Global Services Model (GSM), that focus on achieving return to the paid workforce.

Trainer and Assessor: SEEWestern Australia

Uploaded: 20/02/2024
To assist individuals in the community and unemployed Participants to upskill, reskill, obtain and retain employment or to proceed to further education or training through the provision of language, literacy and numeracy and digital literacy skills training and employment-related assistance. To adhere to Government contractual requirements and achieve and maintain compliance within the Standards for Registered Training Organisations.