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National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum (NMHCCF) Queensland Carer Representative

The Queensland Mental Health Commission has engaged Arafmi and Carers Queensland to undertake a recruitment of the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum (NMHCCF) Queensland Carer Representative.

The NMHCCF was established in 2002 by the then Australian Health Ministers Advisory Council Mental Health Standing Committee in recognition of the continued need for mental health consumer and carer involvement at the highest level of policy development.

The carer representative role provides an opportunity for mental health consumers and carers to foster partnerships and to ensure input of consumers and carers into the activities of the mental health sector, including policy, service delivery and evaluation of reform in Australia.

A full position description can be found here. A list of frequently asked questions is available at this link. To apply for the role, please complete the application below.

If you would prefer the application be posted to you, or if you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Alex Tyson at the Arafmi office at 3254 1881.

Closing date for this role is 5pm Monday, 24 May 2021.

Applications are now closed.

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