18/10/2019

Reward and Recognition


Investing in our future


Did you know more than a third of the MDAS workforce are currently undertaking recognised training?
This week were were proud to recognise 21 people from across the organisation who recently completed their studies! 

Check out the video here
At MDAS we are committed to investing in our own staff to secure and build the quality skilled workforce needed to strengthen our organisation from within and support our communities.
It is not only the ongoing shortage of skilled practitioners in health, family services, social and emotional wellbeing and administration areas that motivates this decision.
The investment in an individual also has flow-on benefits in so many ways.
In strengthening our workforce and building succession planning through upskilling, we are also supporting the individual to reach their goals, we are helping them to create resilience in their family unit, we are strengthening community capacity and we are creating role models to inspire others.
Well done everyone!

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MALLEE DISTRICT ABORIGINAL SERVICES  “Our Vision: Generations of vibrant, healthy and strong Aboriginal communities”
NEWS
17/02/2020

Swan Hill Art Competition Winners

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4/02/2020

Ice education program for Mildura

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15/11/2019

Award nominations for Swan Hill Youth team

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25/10/2019

New Aged Care and Disability Services hub open for business

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25/10/2019

Swan Hill-Kerang Indigenous Art competition

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EVENTS
18/02/2020
Tuesday February 18

CUST training workshop (Mildura)

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25/02/2020
Tuesday Feb 25

Breakthrough ice education for families

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JOBS
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Mental Health Clinician (Mildura)

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Mildura

Mental Health Nurse (Mildura)

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Mildura

Youth AOD-Mental Health Counsellor (Mildura)

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Mildura

Clinical Nurse AOD (Mildura)

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Mildura

Caseworker - Targeted Care Packages (Mildura)

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MILDURA
120 Madden Avenue Mildura
Phone (03) 5018 4100

SWAN HILL
70 Nyah Road Swan Hill
Phone (03) 5032 8600

KERANG
9 Nolan Street Kerang
Phone (03) 5412 6004

ROBINVALE
77 Perrin St Robinvale
Phone (03) 4013 2000


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