If you are committed to providing quality support to those effected by mental illness and have a person-centred and recovery focused approach to your work, share our vision and want to work for an organisation that values and supports its workforce, then we would like to hear from you.
Due to COVID-19 (Corona Virus) restrictions, all recruitment at Mentis Assist is suspended until further notice.
Applications that have recently been received will be retained for future action.
Please check this site from time to time for updates.
How to Apply
Important Information for Applicants
Please read this before applying for a position with Mentis Assist
If you are selected for an interview with Mentis Assist, you must bring to the interview, your completed Pre-Employment documents, which you should receive by email once your interview time has been confirmed.
If you are selected for an interview you must also consent to a National Criminal History check. You will be required to bring 100 points of ID with you to the interview so that this check can be undertaken.
Working with Children Check
You will also be required to bring proof of a valid Working With Children check to interview.
Qualifications and professional registration
Please bring evidence of any professional association registrations, if stated as a requirement of the position you are applying for (eg. Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency, Nursing Registration).
Also bring, as required by the position you are applying for, original Diplomas, Certificates of Competency, Statements of Attainment, or evidence of completion of a degree such as a final academic transcript which states the degree conferred, or the Testamur.
Certified copies of Certificates are acceptable, however original documents are preferred. Many Pharmacists will certify copies of documents, as will Police Officers.
What does “Addressing Key Selection Criteria” Mean?
Key Selection Criteria are the key qualifications (if any), abilities, training, personal attributes, skills, and experience that you must have in order to do a particular job effectively. The more key selection criteria you can demonstrate that you meet, the more likely it will be that you will be short-listed for an interview.
Addressing the Key Selection Criteria does not mean viewing the Position Description and signing it, as read.
To submit a fully completed application for employment with Mentis Assist, you MUST provide 3 separate documents:
- A covering letter introducing yourself and why the position is of interest to you
- A detailed resume
- A separate document addressing the Key Selection Criteria. The Key Selection Criteria can found in the Position Description for the role.
Note: If your application is not in this format your application will NOT be considered.
Addressing the Key Selection Criteria
Refer to the Position Description and create a list of the Key Selection Criteria in bold.
Think about how you meet each criteria. Write notes with specific examples of how you meet the criteria and use these notes to help you write your final response.
Use clear language with specific examples of your past work, volunteer, extra-curricular activities, student placement, or other experience to demonstrate how you meet each Key Selection Criteria
As a guide, use the “STAR” method to provide examples of how you meet the criteria. Explain the ‘Situation’ - where the relevant example came from, followed by the ‘Task’ which is your role in the example provided. Outline what ‘Action’ you took, and state the end ‘Result’.
For example - to address the key selection criteria: "experience in preparing financial reports"
As a financial officer at ZYZ Corporation, I prepared monthly budget analysis reports for the senior leadership team. The reports were delivered within required timeframes each month. I was able to advise the leadership team of potential deficits and recommend remedial actions and as a result, budget targets were met.
Where selection criteria are about ‘experience’, be specific about time frames and situations. For example: “five years’ experience working with young people with an intellectual disability in a community residential unit”.