Careers


UI Designer

About HSM:

Hello Sunday Morning (HSM) is an innovative digital health organisation pioneering a new approach to help people change their relationship with alcohol. We offer clients health coaching, peer support and telephone-delivered alcohol counselling.

At Hello Sunday Morning, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come and do their best work. We aim to create a workplace that recognises the importance of connection, meaningful work, balanced lifestyles, psychological wellbeing and continual learning whilst being guided by our core values – Pioneering, Authentic, Empathic, Respectful and Supportive.

About The Role:

The UI Designer is an exciting opportunity to join our diverse product development team. You will design cutting-edge user interfaces that bring an exceptional aesthetic to a mobile-first experience, as well as drive visual consistency across customer and staff touch points. Ideally you are a design specialist with great attention to detail and experience working within an agile environment. You’ll be reporting to our Senior UX Designer and collaborating with a multidisciplinary team of engineers, psychologists and researchers. Some specific expectations include:

  • Deliver products and features that people love to use because the design is simple and elegant and the experience is amazing;
  • Understand customer goals, business requirements and technical constraints and work within these parameters;
  • Create and manage the design system with a focus on best practice UI elements;
  • Create visual and interaction elements through a process of iteration and refinement, whilst considering layout, navigation, flows, iconography, typography and motion;
  • Prepare digital assets for development team;
  • Refine your work based on feedback from usability test sessions and reviews with the design team and work with QA teams to ensure designs are implemented correctly.

About You:

This is a role with a unique ability to impact the culture and practices at HSM. If you are the right person to join us, you must possess:

  • 4+ years of professional work experience as a UI Designer and a strong track record of designing intuitive interfaces for iOS and Android devices in addition to responsive design;
  • Experience working in an agile product environment and with user-centred design methodologies;
  • Natural creativity with an eye for creating great visual design from wireframes;
  • Solid design skills based on expert knowledge of fundamental design principles, animations, colour theory and typography;
  • Experience creating style guides/design systems and knowledge of atomic design;
  • Self-motivation with strong initiative and enthusiasm for our offerings;
  • Excellent people skills and a collaborative attitude;
  • An open, honest and direct approach to feedback and asking for assistance;
  • A recognition of the importance of how data and analytics can inform design solutions;
  • Competency with Sketch, InVision and Zeplin or similar tools.

In this role you will be offered flexible working hours with the opportunity to work from home at times. A salary of $70K – $85K + super is on offer (dependent on experience), with additional benefits including NFP salary sacrificing, laptop and an annual training budget of $1,600 for professional development. You will ideally be Sydney-based and able to work full time, but flexibility is available on both these aspects, for the right candidate.

To apply for this role please send your application including a resume, cover letter and your portfolio addressed to Caroline Olsson at careers@hellosundaymorning.


Data Analyst (Research)

 

  • Flexible – Part Time or Full-Time Position: 0.8-1.0FTE

  • Salary: $70k – $85k depending on experience, + superannuation (9.5%), with access to Health Promotion Charity Income Tax Free Benefits of up to $ 18,549

 

About HSM:

Hello Sunday Morning is an innovative digital health organisation helping people to change their relationship with alcohol. We aim to create a workplace that recognises the importance of connection, meaningful work, balanced lifestyles, psychological wellbeing and continual learning whilst being guided by our core values – Pioneering, Authenticity, Empathetic, Respect and Supportive. At Hello Sunday Morning we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come and do their best work.

 

About the Role:

Reporting to the Research Manager, our Data Analyst will conduct standard analysis on data stored in relational-databases and with 3rd-party platforms (via API’s). This includes the preparation of extracts and reports, data visualisation and dashboarding. 

Our Data Analyst will assist in statistical model building and deployment. This will include assistance building data pipelines, assessing models for goodness of fit and assistance in containerisation and deployment to a cluster. It’s essential that you are able to:

  • Perform day-to-day data extraction, cleansing, transformation and loading;

  • Conduct data cleaning for internal and external reporting purposes;

  • Conduct exploratory data analysis (EDA) to support model building and clinical research;

  • Prepare data analysis, visualisation and reporting for various stakeholders;

  • Assist in dashboard builds for various HSM stakeholders;

  • Classify and reclassify highly sensitive data;

  • Maintain meticulous records whilst adhering to strict confidentiality requirements;

  • Provide research support for the development and evaluation of Daybreak;

  • Develop relevant policies, protocols and documentation;

  • Undertake ongoing quality assurance of data;

  • Regularly meet with supervisors to discuss data opportunities and strategies;

 

About You:

The ideal person for this role will come with the following:

  • Masters Post Graduate qualification in IT, Science, Statistical Analysis, Health or a relevant scientific discipline;

  • At least 3 years experience in deep data analysis;

  • Experience writing ETL scripts for Apache Spark and ability to handle large datasets, data cleansing, de-identification techniques and data visualization. 

  • Proficiency with Python programing language and SQL.

  • Proven ability to collaborate with diverse teams and track multiple streams of information in a dynamic, technical, rapid growth environment;

  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, with a high level of attention to detail;

  • Proven ability to work independently and as part of a high performing team. 

 

It will be a bonus if you have

  • Experience complying with ethics relating to health data management, research and governance as well as a knowledge or interest in managing health data;

  • Experience working on or writing manuscripts for publication

  • PhD in a relevant discipline;

  • Experience with AWS services like AWS Glue, EMR, Redshift and S3.

 

About the Perks: 

In return, we’ve got on offer for you:

  • We proactively foster career development and invest in professional development to build on your existing skills. This role comes with an annual professional development budget to attend professional development training and/or conferences.

  • We have a vibrant workplace culture with a strong sense of community and inclusion.

  • Our office is conveniently located in Surry Hills, a short walk from Central Station.

  • We have quarterly team outings 

  • We love dogs. You can bring your dog to work!

 

To Apply:

Please send your CV and a cover letter via our Careers site https://bit.ly/2mdz5FF

 In your cover letter please address the following points: 

  • Outline your technical experience, including any experience with SQL or Cloud based services.

  • Outline your research experience.

  • Why you want to work for a Not-for-Profit.

Due to the anticipated high volume of applications, we will not be able to accept candidates who do not provide a cover letter that outlines these areas. 

Applications Close: Friday 27 September


Online Community Moderator

 

About HSM

Hello Sunday Morning (HSM) is an innovative digital health organisation pioneering a new approach to help people change their relationship with alcohol. We offer clients health coaching and peer support.

At Hello Sunday Morning, we pride ourselves on being a workplace where the best people come and do their best work. We aim to create a workplace that recognises the importance of connection, meaningful work, balanced lifestyles, psychological wellbeing and continual learning whilst being guided by our core values – Pioneering, Authentic, Empathic, Respectful and Supportive. 

About this Role

The Online Community Moderator will monitor Daybreak’s peer support community to ensure that the community remains a safe and supported space for its members. The Daybreak Community Moderator is also responsible for guiding member behaviour in the community to be supportive of Daybreak’s Community Guidelines.

This role would be suitable for an individual who is looking to gain experience working in the mental health sector or someone with prior experience as an online community moderator.

 

Specific expectations of the role include:

  • Monitor discussions in the peer community for clinical and organisational risk and escalate to the clinical team where appropriate

  • Monitor discussions in the peer community for possible breach of community guidelines

  • Respond to member-generated reports regarding incidents in the peer community

  • Correspond with members who require service referrals or support

  • Liaise with Daybreak’s Health Coaches

  • Liaise with Daybreak’s tech team to assist with the resolution of member registration, password reset, username change, and any other issues that may arise

 

About You

This role provides an opportunity to understand Daybreak’s members and to impact their experience with Daybreak. If you are the right person for the role, you must possess the following:

  • Currently undertaking or have completed a bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, nursing or related discipline or prior experience in a similar role

  • Effective at planning, organising and time management

  • Excellent written English communication skills

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Self-motivated

  • Must work well independently as well as in a team

  • Be tech savvy and confident multi-tasking across multiple windows and programs

  • Enthusiasm for the work that the organisation does

  • Demonstrate compassion and empathy towards vulnerable populations

  • Learning agility i.e. can learn and implement new processes quickly 

  • Ability to remain calm under pressure

  • Ability to communicate effectively in a crisis


In this role you will be offered a pro-rata salary of $50K – 55K + super (dependent on experience), with additional benefits including NFP salary sacrificing, laptop and an annual pro-rata training budget of $1,600 for professional development activities. You will be Sydney-based and able to work consistent part-time hours.

Please send your application, including a resume and cover letter, to Kat Fletcher, Clinical Manager at careers@hellosundaymorning.org if you would like to apply for this role.