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We are recruiting!

ARC is growing and we are looking for values driven, passionate and motivated Peer Workers to join our team.

Develop and Grow with ARC

At ARC our team are our most valuable asset. We offer regular team building, one to one and reflective practice supervision and ongoing professional development opportunities. 

Our commitment to providing the most up-to-date training in mental health lived experience practice is one of the unique features of our company. Our training program focuses on developing skills, knowledge, and understanding of the lived experience of people living with mental and emotional distress. Our employees have the opportunity to participate in regular training, ensuring that they are equipped with the latest techniques and approaches to mental health lived experience practice.


Professional Development

Our company is dedicated to providing opportunities for professional development to all our employees. We understand the importance of continued learning and development to stay ahead in the ever-evolving mental health industry. Our employees have access to training and workshops that can help them expand their skillset, learn new techniques and strategies, and improve their knowledge and understanding of mental health lived experience practice.

Working at our company is an excellent opportunity for personal and professional growth. Our commitment to professional development, team building, and regular training in the most up-to-date mental health lived experience practice creates an environment that encourages learning, collaboration, and personal growth. If you are looking for a rewarding career in the mental health industry, we encourage you to consider joining our team.

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Drive, Mile End, SA, 5031


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Aspire Recovery Connection acknowledges Aboriginal people as the first Australians, traditional owners of South Australia, and respect their ongoing living and spiritual relationship with the land and sea.  We respect and celebrate the many Aboriginal peoples and lands across the state. 

We also acknowledge that past government policies contributed to the marginalisation, disempowerment, breakdown of connection to country, removal of Aboriginal children from their family, loss of land and income, and loss of culture and language of Aboriginal South Australians.  
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