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Mental Health Nurses - Be Tasmanian!

Tasmanian Health Service
Tasmania (AU)
Competitive Salary Plus Benefits
Closing date
25 Dec 2021
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  • Find community
  • Immerse yourself in art
  • Choose wine from independent vineyards
  • Buy lobster fresh from the dock
  • Sail the twilight races
  • Dance to live music
  • Roam the mountains
  • Let your children run wild.

Something is happening here and you’re invited to be a part of it.

The Tasmanian Mental Health Reforms are driving change for our communities, delivering,

  • Mental Health Hospital in the Home Teams
  • New Acute Care and Mental Health Emergency Co-Response Teams
  • Mental Health Centres that will provide Safe Haven, Recovery College and 24-hour services for people needing acute residential treatment and care
  • Mental Health Homeless Outreach Support Teams
  • New Tasmanian Eating Disorders Service
  • A range of new CAMHS, including specific services for Children in Out of Home Care, a Youth Outreach Team, a Youth Early intervention Service and a Youth Forensic Mental Health Service
  • New and Expanded Alcohol and Drug Services
  • Expanded Community Mental Health Teams.

Permanent jobs, Permanent Residency

We are offering permanent government jobs and the opportunity to apply for state nominated permanent residency. With one of the best packages in Australia we provide flights, short-term accommodation, visa fee reimbursement and migration support. We believe this offers our staff and their loved ones the security they need to make the big move.


Statewide Mental Health Services (SMHS) is aspiring to deliver world class systems of care for Tasmanian people living with or recovering from their mental illness, to give them the very best chance to lead fulfilling and positive lives.

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