Join our team

The Fortem Australia team works together to provide Australia’s first responders and their families with comprehensive and integrated mental health and wellbeing support.

Our current vacancies are listed below. 

Our open-mindedness to different ideas, best practice solutions, and drive to hire the best people, ensure we can be adaptable yet united towards our purpose to provide the best outcomes for each other and for those we support.

Senior Clinician

REMOTE

The purpose of this position is to provide clinical leadership at Fortem Australia by supporting and equipping both clinical and non-clinical staff to perform their roles; inform policies, procedures, and workplace culture; develop, evaluate, and revise evidence-informed programs. 

Community Engagement Coordinator

SUNSHINE COAST

In this role, you will support the success of Fortem through the coordination, design, and delivery of social connection activities and wellness support programs to Australia’s national security and first responder personnel and their families. This includes travelling throughout the region to engage with Fortem Australia stakeholders and being the subject matter expert and point of contact for the local community and service providers.

Community Engagement Coordinator

DUBBO

In this role, you will support the success of Fortem through the coordination, design, and delivery of social connection activities and wellness support programs to Australia’s national security and first responder personnel and their families. This includes travelling throughout the region to engage with Fortem Australia stakeholders and being the subject matter expert and point of contact for the local community and service providers.

Psychologist

DARWIN

The purpose of this role is to provide evidence-based psychological interventions for first responders and their families. The role involves using Trauma Informed Care principles to provide psychological services, drawing on a holistic understanding of the national security and first responder sector in interactions with service users and stakeholders, and working both independently and as part of a team.

Psychologist

PERTH

The purpose of this role is to provide evidence-based psychological interventions for first responders and their families. The role involves using Trauma Informed Care principles to provide psychological services, drawing on a holistic understanding of the national security and first responder sector in interactions with service users and stakeholders, and working both independently and as part of a team. 

Community Engagement Coordinator

CANBERRA

In this role, you will support the success of Fortem through the coordination, design, and delivery of social connection activities and wellness support programs to Australia’s national security and first responder personnel and their families. This includes travelling throughout the region to engage with Fortem Australia stakeholders and being the subject matter expert and point of contact for the local community and service providers.

Finance Officer

CANBERRA

In this role, you will support the success of Fortem by overseeing key finance functions and accounting processes to ensure essential budgeting and reporting requirements are met. Within this role, you will action finance processes such as reconciliation of accounts and processing invoices, maintain balance sheets and asset registers.

Relationship Manager

CANBERRA

In this role, you will support the success of Fortem Australia by managing the relationships between existing and new external networks in the first responder sector. This role ensures that external relationships are secure, highly valued, and actively engaged in, enabling the promotion and uptake of Fortem Australia’s service offerings.

Relationship Manager

SYDNEY

In this role, you will support the success of Fortem Australia by managing the relationships between existing and new external networks in the first responder sector. This role ensures that external relationships are secure, highly valued, and actively engaged in, enabling the promotion and uptake of Fortem Australia’s service offerings.

Psychologist

SYDNEY

The purpose of this role is to provide evidence-based psychological interventions for first responders and their families. The role involves using Trauma Informed Care principles to provide psychological services, drawing on a holistic understanding of the national security and first responder sector in interactions with service users and stakeholders, and working both independently and as part of a team.

Psychologists

ALBURY/WODONGA, SUNSHINE COAST, ARMIDALE, REMOTE (TELEHEALTH)

Provide high-quality clinical services to emergency services families

Support the success of Fortem Australia through the research, design, implementation and delivery of social connection activities and wellness support programs to Australia’s national security officials and first responders. This includes ensuring Trauma Informed Care principles are ingrained within Fortem Australia.

“Our team is passionate about creating change for the first responder community, and we look forward to connecting with you.” – John Bale, Fortem Co-Founder & Managing Director