Support people in your community and make a difference in the lives of others.

We offer exciting and rewarding careers in mental health support and recovery.

Richmond Wellbeing is a leading and growing WA mental health organisation, providing inclusive, residential and outreach services for adults and young people. Our staff support people experiencing mental distress to develop the confidence and skills to live their lives, through evidence-based recovery practice.

We require skilled and capable staff for various roles at our locations across the Perth metro area, the Peel region, Bunbury, Busselton and Albany.

These include:

  • Recovery Support and Recovery Workers
  • Site and Service Managers
  • Administration, cleaning and service staff

The benefits of working for Richmond Wellbeing

We offer:

  • Excellent work-life balance and a supportive environment
  • Opportunities for training, development and advancement
  • Salary packaging
  • Birthday and Wellbeing Leave
  • Access to out Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
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Student Placements

Placement opportunities are available for University and TAFE students with selected residential and outreach services, providing opportunities to develop your confidence and experience providing mental health support in the community.

To be considered for a student placement please provide a written request from your placement coordinator to discuss further please contact us.

Volunteer Positions

Richmond Wellbeing values volunteers, who play an active role in what we do. We have volunteer opportunities at many of our services, as part of reference groups, in administration, fundraising support and mentoring.

To register your interest please contact us.

We welcome diversity in our workforce, including people with lived experience of mental distress and disability. We employ staff from a range of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

We are the first organisation in WA to achieve Rainbow Tick accreditation and encourage all genders and people who identify as LGBTIQ+ to apply.

We have also been working with Elders Uncle Albert and Aunty Irene McNamara for nearly a decade to improve how we support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to increase our number of Aboriginal staff.

If you have current qualifications in mental health support, mental health nursing, social work or similar we would like to hear from you.

Would you like to speak with us?

For more information contact our People & Culture team using the Contact Us Form

or by calling 1800 742 466

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