Sessional Outdoor Program Workers
We are currently looking for qualified and experienced Outdoor Program Workers to join our team on a sessional basis to work directly with individuals and groups at risk or experiencing a mental health issue in the provision of activity-based adventure programs.
The role of the Sessional Outdoor Program Worker is to work directly with individuals and groups at risk or experiencing a mental health issue in the provision of activity-based adventure programs (day trips, sequential programs and overnight camps). Staff work within a team and are directly responsible to the Program Coordinator/Trip Leader.
Instructor qualifications and practical experience in two or more of the following activities are essential, along with a current wilderness first aid certificate or equivalent:
- canoeing / rafting
- rock climbing / abseiling
- bush walking
- snow skiing
- other adventure activities
Experience and skills in community development and mental health will also be highly regarded.
View the position description here, alternatively contact Ryan Wood, State Manager Corporate and Community Services (Acting), on (03) 9417 2111 for more information.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria (as outlined in the position description) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successful applicants must undergo a police check. Applications close on 10 February 2017.