Why join the team at Out Doors Inc. (Out Doors)?
As a leading provider of outdoor adventure services in the community, our team is made up of paid employees, mentors and students, all dedicated to working together in an organisation that is striving to improve peoples’ mental health.
How do we do this? By putting people and their mental health first.
Benefits of working at Out Doors include:
All staff have access to professional development leave for off-site study.
Work from a mixture of the office and home, taking time to live life where you need it. Plus, five weeks annual leave each year.
We are committed to creating a culture that is welcoming and equitable for all.
Make a Difference
Help make a difference in the lives of those struggling with the challenges of mental health.
Out Doors Inc. (Out Doors) wants to hear from you!
We are a not-for-profit organisation that delivers outdoor adventure and recreation programs Victoria-wide for people at risk or living with a mental health issue. We believe that people learn best by ‘doing’ and focus on every participant’s ability rather than illness or disability.
We are currently looking for qualified and experienced Outdoor Program Workers to join our team on a sessional (casual) basis to work directly with individuals and groups at risk or experiencing a mental health issue in the provision of activity-based adventure programs.
All of Out Doors’ programs are led by 2-3 program staff and include no more than 12 participants, with trips ranging from 1-5 days.
As a Sessional Program Worker, you would be there in a supporting role to the Program Coordinator who leads and manages the program.
Pay for this role is $28-$36.78 per hour dependent on experience (plus overnight allowance) with generous salary sacrificing benefits.
- Have a tertiary level qualification in Outdoor Education or Recreation;
- Have a passion for working with people in the outdoors;
- Have a desire for helping people be the best they can be;
- Have practical experience and instructor qualifications in at least two of the following activities: canoeing, white water rafting, bushwalking, surfing, caving, mountain bike riding, rock climbing/abseiling or cross country skiing;
- Be qualified in Wilderness First Aid, or equivalent; and
- Hold a valid Australian Driver’s license.
Note: all successful applicants must undergo a police and working with children check
You can view the Position Description here.
You will be required to provide Working with Children Checks and/or Police Checks for some roles.
If you’d like to enquire about Work Experience at Out Doors, please Contact Us.