MASP Career Opportunities

Mallee Accommodation and Support Program Ltd. (MASP) is a dynamic and fast growing not-for-profit organisation, providing services to those in our community most in need. We deliver a coordinated range of support and advocacy services under the key areas of Homelessness Support, Disability and Placement & Family Services to disadvantaged and vulnerable youth, adults, families and children across the Mallee.  We also operate various social enterprises that provide opportunities for employment and the development of workplace skills. 

Staff at MASP enjoy a range of benefits that enhance our status as an employer of choice including:

• Salary packaging
• Rostered Days Off
• Flexible arrangements
• Supportive and family friendly environment
• Ongoing training and development

Why not consider MASP as a potential employer and enjoy the benefits of rewarding and stimulating work?








Practice Leader - Therapeutic and Trauma Informed Services

Do you have what it takes to ensure MASP becomes a leader in our field, when it comes to delivering trauma informed and therapeutic services to our clients?

We are seeking applications from suitably skilled and qualified candidates who are excited about putting their stamp on a brand new position and believe they have what it takes to:

• consult, coach, mentor and lead people;
• manage change and implement therapeutic and trauma informed approaches across all MASP services.

The Practice Leader reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer.

Key aspects of the role include

• leading systems change through policy development, strategies and processes which build the capacity of MASP and its staff to operate within a trauma-informed framework;
• assisting to improve outcomes for clients with complex behaviours;
• contributing to the development of evidence-based trauma informed and therapeutic systems of service delivery;
• contributing to robust clinical governance systems by regularly presenting a thematic analysis of client behaviours and trends and developing appropriate interventions and responses;
• assisting the organisation to ensure we are best supporting the emotional, physical and psychological needs of the children and young people we work with;
• providing support and critical incident debriefing for staff and carers exposed to direct or vicarious trauma.


1. Strong understanding of therapeutic and trauma informed practice and its relationship to our services.
2. A Degree in Behavioural or Social Sciences.
3. Previous experience in a leadership role where you influenced positive client outcomes.
4. Demonstrated experience in developing new service models to meet current and emerging trends.
5. Courage and interpersonal skills to initiate, develop, and manage change.
6. Personal drive and initiative to succeed and get the job done.
7. Collaboration skills with clients, work colleagues, other organisations and government departments.
8. Significant change management experience and strong interpersonal skills allowing strong engagement with carers, staff at all levels and stakeholders.

This position will remain open until the successful candidate is appointed.

All interested candidates are invited to contact Gary Simpson, Chief Executive Officer on 03 50216500, for a confidential discussion.

To submit an application email your covering letter, resume and responses to the key selection criteria to Nathan Jilbert, Manager People and Culture at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

A copy of the position description can be found by clicking on the below link.






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