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Catherine House is a leading not for profit organisation making a  meaningful difference in the lives of women experiencing homelessness.

We are welcoming and inclusive of diversity and our motivated staff want to make a positive difference to the lives of women and their families.

All that we do is grounded in our culture of hope and optimism, respect and integrity.

If you share our values and want to be a part of our work, you can apply for roles as they appear on this site.

As a potential employee we encourage you to view Who We Are.


Case Worker – Mental Health Programs

Catherine House Inc. is a quality accredited, not-for-profit organisation that works with women impacted by homelessness. Catherine House is proactive in seeking innovative housing and support solutions and preventative strategies to end women’s homelessness. Our goal is not just to house women, but also to offer life-changing opportunities that will enable them to move forward and live a life that is purposeful and meaningful to them. Catherine House is an unregistered NDIS service provider with an area of specialty in psychosocial disability and providing transformative, recovery focused interventions. Service and supports are delivered to clients living in our accommodation and in different community settings.

We are recruiting a Case Worker to join our team. Together with other skilled and passionate staff, and with a trusted brand and reputation, you will become part of an iconic organisation that helps women live their best lives.

We invite applications for the following vacancy based in the Adelaide CBD:


Case Worker – Mental Health Programs

Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award

Crisis Accommodation Employee (CAE)

Level 2 Pay Point 1-4 (dependent upon qualifications and experience)

$35.63 – $38.34 per hour plus appropriate loadings


Generous Salary Packaging options are available.

0.6 – Full Time (to be negotiated).  Weekday shifts: 8am-4pm, 9.30am-5.30pm, 12pm-8pm.

If rostered on a weekend or Public Holiday: 8am-4.30pm. There is scope for additional shifts to meet program leave or need.

Generous Salary Packaging options are available.


Successful applicants will have:

  • Post-secondary qualification in mental health and/or psycho-social disability, plus experience in a similar role
  • Proven experience in working with people who have a range of high and complex needs, including mental health and substance misuse issues
  • Experience working with NDIS services
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experienced in providing psychosocial support
  • Experience and knowledge of case work
  • Enthusiastic, a team player, with good self-awareness and insight
  • Successful current Disability Services Employment Screening or ability to achieve one
  • Current Child Safe Environments Certificate or ability to undertake this within the first 3 months of employment at own cost

How to Apply:

Please note – no applications made via the SEEK website will be considered.

A copy of the Job and Person Specification for the position can be obtained Here

 JPS Case Worker MHPs October 2020

 Send a covering letter, outlining your experience and suitability for the position, your CV and the names of three referees, addressed to:

Darlene O’Leary Clinical Lead Mental Health Programs and emailed to:

PLEASE NOTE: Only applicants that have referred to and addressed the key requirements of the role as outlined in the Job and Person Specification will be considered for shortlisting.


Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Closing date for applications is 5:00 pm Sunday 01 November 2020