Employment opportunities

At CanTeen we know that the people who make up our team are crucial to us delivering the best programs, services and resources that truly benefit the lives of young people and their families affected by cancer. If you are interested in joining our team, please find our current opportunities below:

 

We have a really exciting opportunity for a resilient people manager and visionary leader to be the face of Canteen for the South Australia and Northern Territory (SA/NT).

  • Be the face of CanTeen for South Australia & Northern Territory
  • Build CanTeen’s profile & brand recognition to improve awareness & income
  • Manage a multi-disciplinary team to ensure a high performance culture

For more information on the role, please see our INFORMATION PACK

We have a great opportunity for a Counsellor/ Psychosocial Team Leader who will be responsible for the delivery of counselling services across our Queensland Division.

  • Lead the way in the provision of clinical support for the psychosocial team
  • Assist with the design of psychosocial sessions for camps
  • Engage in counselling via a range of mediums

For more information on the role, please see our INFORMATION PACK

We have an exciting opportunity for a Division Support Officer (DSO) to join our Victoria Division on a 12 month Maternity Leave Cover. The DSO will be responsible for the coordination and facilitation of the administration duties across the division.

  • Develop & maintain relationships with external stakeholders
  • Organise & deliver key fundraising campaigns
  • Help to deliver a sustainable supporter experience

For more information on the role, please see our INFORMATION PACK

CanTeen has an exciting opportunity for an Online Support Counsellor with the ability to work with web-based technology to join a newly formed team to assist in the delivery of the Online Support program.

  • Provide online and telephone counselling to young people
  • Contribute to the ongoing development of an online mental health platform
  • Establish, develop and build effective networks across the wider community

For more information on the role, please see our INFORMATION PACK

We have an exciting opportunity for a Division Support Officer (DSO) to join our ACT Division. The DSO will be responsible for the coordination and facilitation of the administration duties across the division.

  • Develop & maintain relationships with external stakeholders
  • Organise & deliver key fundraising campaigns
  • Help to deliver a sustainable supporter experience

For more information on the role, please see our INFORMATION PACK