Project-in-charge (Jockey Club Embracing H.O.P.E.S. Project)
Since 1965, New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association is dedicated to recovery-oriented, people-focused and evidence-based community mental health service development. The Association, with a team of over 1,000 staff members, operates more than 70 service units and projects to render residential services, employment and vocational training, community support for 18,000 people in recovery with mental illness (PIR) and their families, as well as provide mental health education to 78,000 general public annually. As a result of our passionate belief in social inclusion and self-reliance for PIR , we have established different social enterprises with over 20 projects operating currently promoted the well-being message under the brand "330", which in Cantonese carries the homophonous meaning "body, mind and spirit" - the balance of which we all strive to attain.
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Ref : HOPES-PIC
- To provide supervision and support to social workers, frontline staff and peers on the delivery of family-based intervention to families with members in recovery of mental health problems for enhancing their family wellness, strengths and resilience;
- To render direct intervention, including casework, group work, and community campaign to families impacted by mental health problems and complicated challenges in the community;
- To be responsible for the promotion, coordination, implementation and evaluation of the service project;
- To network and develop partnership with concerned departments, welfare agencies or community partners; and
- To prepare project related progress and financial reports and to assist in the overall service quality assurance.
- Bachelor degree or above in Social Work or related disciplines;
- At least 5 years of experiences in community-based mental health or family services;
- Mature, dynamic and passionate to work with family;
- Good interpersonal and communication skills in spoken and written English and Chinese; and
- Self-motivated and able to work independently.
Applicants are invited to forward a cover letter and a resume to the Human Resources Department by post at New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, 332 Nam Cheong Street, Kowloon, or by fax at 3552 5398, or by email to email@example.com
Personal data provided by applicants will strictly be used for recruitment purpose.
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association is an equal opportunity employer.
Prospective employees are requested to undergo Sexual Conviction Record Check.