As part of the We Help Ourselves (WHOS) organisation, the WHOS Lilyfield campus has four AOD residential services (TC) for men, women and clients on opioid substitution treatment. We are located in the grounds of Broughton Hall Lilyfield and we require Permanent Part Time AOD worker for our Men’s Treatment Services (Gunyah). We are looking for an enthusiastic & motivated employee who is willing to work shift including evenings and weekends.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are welcome to apply.
Remuneration: Negotiated based on qualifications and experience equivalent SCHDSI Award.
|Applications Close||July 2, 2021|
|Job Board||NCOSS Community Jobs|
|Job Category||Psychology & Counselling, Social Work|
|Job Field||Alcohol & Other Drugs, Mental Health and Counselling|
|Employment Basis||Part Time, Ongoing|
|Location||Inner West Sydney|
- Minimum Cert IV in AOD/Community Services
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with AOD clients, preferably in a residential setting
- Sound written and oral communication skills
- Group work skills
- Knowledge and understanding of Harm Minimisation
- Commitment to work as part of a team
- Current First Aid Certificate
- Current Drivers Licence
- Computer literacy and word processing skills
- Being male is a genuine requirement for this position as outlined in the Anti-Discrimination Act.
- Criminal record & prohibited person checks apply
- Knowledge and understanding of the Therapeutic Community model
How to Apply
For an application package contact Des Walsh/Bruce Wright on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 2nd July 2021
We Help Ourselves (WHOS)
WHOS provides therapeutic programs aimed at achieving recovery from alcohol and other drug dependence, incorporating harm reduction and co-existing mental health initiatives.
|Contact||Des Walsh/Bruce Wright|