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Careers at SANE

SANE Australia is a values-led organisation that offers workplace flexibility, a supportive, friendly team and the opportunity to help four million Australians affected by complex mental health issues.

Staff at SANE Australia benefit from generous not-for-profit salary packaging options, an employee assistance program and additional days of paid Reflection Leave (pro rata) per year after 1 year of service.

There are currently no vacancies at SANE Australia. If you are interested in any future opportunites we suggest keeping an eye on our Careers, LinkedIn, Ethical Jobs, and Seek pages.

Please also see below for opportunities of expressions of interest.

Expression of interest

We are always on the lookout for Counsellors and Peer Support Workers interested in working at SANE. Click on the links below to find out more, and to express your interest in working with us. We will then contact you as roles become available.

Counsellor (Melbourne preferred / Sydney)

Peer Support Worker (Melbourne / Sydney preferred)

Please note, if you are interested in applying for any opportunities with SANE, it is a mandatory requirement that you will need to undertake a Police Check and Working With Children Check at the offer stage.

SANE Australia welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates. We are committed to developing and supporting a workforce that is well-equipped and motivated to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by complex mental health issues. We strive to have a rich, diverse workforce. We encourage applications from people with lived experience of mental health issues, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people, people with disabilities, people from CALD and LGBTQIA+ communities, and people of all ages. We believe in building an inclusive workforce that sees human difference as a strength and supports our vision for all Australians affected by mental health issues to lead long and fulfilling lives, free from stigma and discrimination.

Last updated: 12 May 2022