Disability Voices Tasmania seeks expressions of interest from capable, creative organisations or individuals to facilitate the development of its first strategic plan.
Child Wise are now recruiting for Child Wise young person advisors (paid positions) to join our new Youth Advisory Group. We are looking for a diverse range of young people aged 16-22 from all backgrounds who are open to working as a team to help Child Wise continuously improve its work to make sure children and young people across Australia and the world are safe.
The State of Palliative Care Symposium (Strengthening our Workforce) is a key professional development event, not to be missed and will include a variety of keynote speakers and interactive workshops.
Wide Angle Tasmania is looking for an experienced, energetic and entrepreneurial Executive Director to drive the organisation’s strategic direction and guide it towards sustainable long-term success.
Young people working with support services, or young people who are disengaged from school/services and unlikely to get a vaccine anywhere else are invited to the COVID-19 vaccination clinics at Pulse Youth Health starting on 12 October 2021 for six weeks.
Lived Experience Australia is offering 24 places for new Communities of Practice Skills Development Program for Consumers, Families and Carers. The program will run for five-months with six Zoom sessions during this time with learning undertaken between sessions. The program is open to consumers, families and carers who currently undertake lived experience representational roles on committee, groups, forums in the mental health sector.
Expressions of interest are invited from organisations wishing to occupy the Youth ARC upper level, located at the rear of City Hall (44 Collins Street, Hobart, TAS, 7000) for an initial lease period of two-years.
ParaQuad Tasmania are seeking to fill volunteer positions on their Committee of Management, which provides governance and strategic leadership to the organisation.
Homelessness Australia is seeking expressions of interest from advanced homelessness practitioners to become active Housing First trainers across Australia. This train-the-trainer program will be led by internationally trained Housing First practice leaders.
The 12-hour Standard Mental Health First Aid course teaches people (18 years and over) how to offer initial support to adults who are developing a mental health problem, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health problem or in a mental health crisis, until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves.