At Lifeline WA our goal is to provide our staff a working environment that is professionally and personally rewarding. We are an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and inclusion in the workplace and we are committed to employing people who are interested in helping Western Australians in crisis.
The DBTeen program delivered by Lifeline WA, funded by the WA Primary Health Alliance, is currently looking for Lead and Co-Lead Clinicians to facilitate groups being held across Term 3 and 4 2019, excluding school holidays. Additionally we are seeking expressions of interest for our DBTeen Observer roles.
To apply please forward a current resume and cover letter to DBTeenRecruit@lifelinewa.org.au. Your cover letter should state which role you are applying for and address key outcomes of the position (maximum of two pages). The closing date for these roles are 4 pm on Tuesday 4th June 2019.
Applications submitted after this date will not be shortlisted.
There are a number of volunteering opportunities
for Lifeline WA. Lifeline WA has benefited from the generosity and commitment of hundreds of volunteers every year. Volunteers support Lifeline WA in many different ways - answering calls to our telephone crisis support line, helping to raise funds, assisting at events or carrying out administrative duties.