The UMHCC builds on a long history of Neami providing continuity of support across the clinical and community-based spectrum.
As a new way to access urgent mental health support we take a person-centred approach including:
We are looking for people who are:
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre is a Neami National service, delivered in partnership with RI International and supported by SA Health and the Australian Government.
Working at the UMHCC means working for Neami who prioritise positive culture, staff wellbeing, and an environment of learning and innovation.
We are seeking to fill two lived experience committee member positions for people who have a lived experience of receiving a service with the Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
An exciting new role, providing clinical consultation for consumers accessing South Australia’s first Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC).
The role will require clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment plans within a recovery-oriented, client-centred framework for people experiencing mental health crisis/distress. The psychiatrist will also be available to work collaboratively with the UMHCC team to assist in improving the wellbeing of consumers and communicate collaboratively with the family and or carers of consumers.
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Registered Nurse is an exciting role responsible for providing person-centred clinical nursing care services to guests (consumers) accessing the Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
Registered Nurses are integral members of the team and draw on their knowledge of recovery from mental illness and crisis intervention, to install confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Senior Medical Practitioner is an exciting role responsible for providing person centred care services to guests (consumers) accessing the Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
The Senior Medical Practitioner works competently within their scope of practice to deliver evidence based and person-centred care to achieve optimal health outcomes.
As a Mental Health Clinician, you will draw on your discipline skills, engage with guests (consumers), other clinicians, the guests treatment team, Neami staff and family/friends/carers to provide high quality assessments and interventions aimed at improving mental health outcomes for guests accessing the UMHCC.
The Mental Health Clinician positions will have a strong emphasis on preparing the consumer to transition home. This work will focus on clinical assessment and collaborative care planning.
As the Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, you will form part of the UMHCC multidisciplinary team responsible for providing clinical leadership and high-quality, person centered care to Guests accessing the UMHCC.
Based upon the key principles of Clinical Practice, Leadership, Education and Research, the Mental Health Nurse Practitioner is an integral member of the multidisciplinary team and draws on their knowledge of recovery from mental illness and crisis intervention, to instil confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.
The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre (UMHCC) Operational Support Officer is responsible for service administrative and frontline support for the ongoing delivery of South Australia’s first Urgent Mental Health Care Centre.
The Operational Support Officer will support and contribute to the delivery of high-quality services to consumers by ensuring that staff operating within the UMHCC are provided with office administrative support that is flexible and responsive to their needs.