The Way Back Support Service provides non-clinical, tailored support for up to three months following discharge from hospital after a suicide attempt or suicidal crisis. The Way Back Steering Committee will aim to provide advice and direction to the project’s operational group and will meet quarterly, commencing from 30 July.
Expectations of The Way Back Steering Committee Members
Members of the Committee will be remunerated for attendance in line with GCPHN’s Sitting Fees.
Application and Appointment Process
Download the position information sheet here, which includes the selection criteria, remuneration details and additional information about The Way Back.
Please email your application to Libby Carr, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4:00pm 13 July 2020.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter that describes your professional experience and the potential contribution you can make to The Way Back Steering Committee, based on the selection criteria.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Ms Libby Carr by email or phone (07) 5635 2455.
All applications will be informed of the outcome of the EOI by email.
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