Make a difference doing rewarding work where life counts.

The success of OzHelp is dependent on not only the skills, but passion and dedication our people show toward achieving our organisational outcomes.

Our collaborative, inclusive environment makes every day here a chance to learn through others—simply by working together.

Open Opportunities

Facilitators and Trainers

The OzHelp foundation is seeking individuals passionate about mental health and wellbeing, who thrive on making a difference in someone’s life to join our team as one of our Facilitators, with community services and supporting mental health experience.

We are seeking an engaging and highly-relatable facilitator who can seamlessly step into a room and connect with our audience. Our primary participants work in high-risk and hard-to-reach industries, including tradies and truckies. As the ideal candidate, you possess a versatile skill set, allowing you to connect with and manage various energy types. Most importantly, you excel at creating safe and captivating spaces where participants feel comfortable sharing and opening up.

Our trainers facilitate and deliver our accredited and award winning programs, see more information on our website page on Capability Building – OzHelp

This position will be required to travel regularly.

The Essentials

  • At least two years’ experience in delivering training sessions to large groups
  • Working with Vulnerable People card
  • Current relevant state/territory driver licence
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Australian health system including policies and issues relevant to mental health and suicide prevention reforms in Australia
  • Australian citizenship or ability to work in Australia
  • Must be able to travel nationally and regularly.

Ideally you will also have;

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and/ or Mental Health or equivalent
  • Knowledge of the building and construction or transport and logistics industries.
  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) or ability and willingness to obtain.
  • Current National Police Check or willingness to obtain.
  • Construction Industry White card, Silica and Asbestos training, or ability and willingness to obtain.

More About You

You will be someone who is passionate about improving workplace health and wellbeing and who thrives on making positive change.

You will naturally connect with individuals and have a curiosity for understanding others.

Your values will drive you in demonstrating excellence in service delivery clinical best practice, nurturing a culture of teamwork, embracing diversity and a commitment to accountability.

What we Offer You

You will be part of a collaborative team and supportive workplace culture that advocates for work-life balance and personal wellbeing.

These positions are based in the ACT with regular travel across Australia allowing you to see the full impact of the organisations services.

Opportunities for continued learning and development through our internal training, mentoring and personal development plans.

We offer also free parking and excellent salary packaging options including access to novated leasing, meals and entertainment benefits.

What to know more?

For more information about us check out our website and socials.

To Apply

To apply for this role, please submit a cover letter (no more than a page) outlining your relevant experience and current CV to [email protected] by 18 April 2024. Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only.  We reserve the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, it is encouraged that you submit your application as soon as possible. 

OzHelp is a place where we can all be ourselves and succeed on merit. Our aim is to create a workforce that is accessible, inclusive and reflects the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a respectful and inclusive work environment that recognises the unique contributions and perspectives of all employees. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment based on meeting the role responsibilities in support of equality of opportunity and cultural diversity.

We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA+ people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability. We’re happy to adjust our recruitment process to support accessibility needs.

For more information regarding the role specifically, please contact our Clinical Director, Rebecca Halsey [email protected]

Expressions of Interest

Our work is built on the quality of our people and the relationships they create with others.

If you’re interested in working with us, send an expression of interest to [email protected] 

We will share your CV and details with our program managers for potential placement. We will hold applications for a 3 month period, after this time applications will expire and we invite applicants to re-register if they are still interested.