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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Team Leader (Dads Branch)

Part Time, 32 hours per week

–  Purposefully use your Lived Experience of mental health concerns to help Fathers and non-birthing partners through the period of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood

– A supportive and flexible working environment

–  Training and Professional development opportunities

–  SCHADS Industry Award, with salary sacrificing available

We’re looking for a Team Leader to join our organisation to help us establish and deliver our community mental health services for fathers and partners.

The position is Part Time (32 hours per week), and will be primarily based from our Parent Wellbeing Centre in Nundah. However, some travel between our other sites may be needed from time to time. 

Please note, we are seeking to fill this position with priority, and will be accepting and considering applications on a rolling basis.  Therefore, kindly submit your application as soon as possible. 

To apply please email us:

– A cover letter which includes a short description of your lived experience and how it is relevant to this role (approximately 150 words)

– your curriculum vitae

– a short summary of how your skills and experience are demonstrable of your suitability for this role. 

Suitable applicants will be invited to interview, and the successful candidate will be required to provide two named referees.  

Please direct any enquiries to working@peachtree.org.au

Program Support Officer (North Brisbane)

Part Time, 24 hours per week 

–  Use your Lived Experience of perinatal mental health concerns to help other parents

–  Supportive and flexible working arrangements 

–  Training and Professional development opportunities

Being a Lived Experience Worker at Peach Tree means using your lived experience of perinatal mental health challenges and your story of hope, resilience, and re(dis)covery to support other parents in connecting and sharing their experiences openly. Our Program Support Officers participate in the intake and delivery of participants into our programs and workshops.

The position is Part Time (24 hours per week), and will be primarily based from our Parent Wellbeing Centre in Caboolture. However, some travel between our other sites may be needed from time to time. 

Please note, we are seeking to fill this position with priority, and will be accepting and considering applications on a rolling basis.  Therefore, kindly submit your application as soon as possible. 

To apply please email us:

– A cover letter which includes a short description of your lived experience and how it is relevant to this role (approximately 150 words)

– your curriculum vitae

– a short summary of how your skills and experience are demonstrable of your suitability for this role. 

Suitable applicants will be invited to interview, and the successful candidate will be required to provide two named referees.  

Please direct any enquiries to working@peachtree.org.au

Team Leader (Nundah)

Part Time, 24 hours per week

–  Purposefully use your Lived Experience of mental health concerns to help lead a team of peer workers to provide services to expecting parents and parents in the period of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood

– A supportive and flexible working environment

–  Training and Professional development opportunities

We’re looking for a Team Leader to join our organisation to help us oversee and maintain our perinatal mental health community based services from our Nundah site (North Brisbane).   The position is Part Time (24 hours per week). 

Please note, we are seeking to fill this position with priority, and will be accepting and considering applications on a rolling basis.  Therefore, kindly submit your application as soon as possible. 

To apply please email us:

– A cover letter which includes a short description of your lived experience and how it is relevant to this role (approximately 150 words)

– your curriculum vitae

– a short summary of how your skills and experience are demonstrable of your suitability for this role. 

Suitable applicants will be invited to interview, and the successful candidate will be required to provide two named referees.  

Please direct any enquiries to working@peachtree.org.au

Perinatal Mental Health Peer Worker

Casual or Part Time options

–  Use your Lived Experience of perinatal mental health concerns to help other parents
–  Professional development opportunities

Being a PMH Peer Worker at Peach Tree means using your lived experience of perinatal mental health challenges and your story of hope, resilience, and re(dis)covery to support other parents in connecting and sharing their experiences openly. Our PMH Peer Workers ‘hold space’ for parents to find validation and feel heard, without judgement, advice, or stigma.

Our PMH Peer Workers come from very different professional backgrounds / events coordination, yoga teaching, book editing, floristry, project management, massage therapy, to name a few / with a shared purpose to help expecting and new parents who are finding parenthood isn’t as ‘peachy’ as they’d hoped or expected.

If you’re now past the whirlwind that is very early parenthood and feel you’re in the ‘re(dis)covered’ stage of your lived experience, you might consider becoming a PMH Peer Worker with Peach Tree – we’d love to hear from you!  Please complete the Expression of Interest form below so we can notify you of upcoming opportunities.  Alternatively, simply click on the role description button for more information.

Please email us at working@peachtree.org.au for application process. 

 

North Brisbane

Peach Tree Wellbeing Centre

15 Jenner Street

Nundah QLD 4012

northbrisbane@peachtree.org.au

Moreton Bay

Peach Tree Wellbeing Centre

12 King Street - The Lakes

Caboolture QLD 4510

moretonbay@peachtree.org.au

South Brisbane

Peach Tree Wellbeing Centre

1454 Logan Road - MarshTicknell building

Mount Gravatt  QLD  4122

southbrisbane@peachtree.org.au

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