Working with us!
At batyr, we make sure we have fun while doing important work. We care deeply about those we welcome into our ‘herd’ and do our best to support our team.
We do this by:
- providing ongoing professional training and wellbeing sessions
- structured internal and external mentoring
- wellbeing leave – your personal leave doesn’t just have to be for sick days, at batyr you can also use this leave to support your mental health and wellbeing
- mid-year and end-of-year retreats
- flexible working arrangements
So what are you waiting for? Apply today and join the team!
All of our employees have an active interest in tackling the stigma in young people around mental health, and are aligned to batyr’s five values; empathy, inclusive, balance, positive and bold.
If you want a workplace where you can bring all of your full, weird and wonderful self to the office each day, and access some pretty amazing benefits…this is the place!
As with all of our employees, you will have an active interest in tackling the stigma around mental health and are aligned to batyr’s five values; empathetic, inclusive, balanced, positive and bold.
batyr Program Facilitators are responsible for the on-the-ground facilitation of batyr’s preventative mental health education programs in schools, universities and the workplace. Central to the Program Facilitator’s role, is the ability to relate to audiences of young people, engaging them in a positive, dynamic and conversational way, whilst creating a safe and supportive environment to chat about mental health. Program Facilitators deliver mental health content, facilitate group activities and challenges, introduce and debrief the stories shared by batyr’s lived-experience speakers, and adapt their style and approach to meet the specific needs of each audience. Program Facilitators are also responsible for post-program administration.
As we continue growing our presence in Regional NSW, we are looking for a legend who is keen to be regularly out on the road delivering our programs in schools and community settings across the state – from Tamworth to Cobar. We currently run our regional programs using a “tour model”, meaning the person in this role must be willing and eager to spend 3-4 days at a time on the road, up to twice a month.