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The AOD Case Worker position, based at Gunyah Lilyfield, will provide services to men with AOD and other co-occurring conditions, within a residential therapeutic community setting.


Position Criteria:

  1. Qualification in AOD / Mental Health / Community Services or related field
  2. Experience working with men that have AOD use disorders and associated issues
  3. Knowledge of AOD treatment sector
  4. Understanding of the Therapeutic Community model
  5. Experience in group work
  6. Knowledge and understanding of harm minimisation strategies
  7. Current First Aid Certificate
  8. Current drivers’ licence
  9. Computer literacy, including the use of electronic client information systems
  10. Commitment to working as part of a team
  11. Ability to work a rotating roster that includes evening and weekend shifts

Being male is a genuine requirement for this position.


  • Remuneration is in accordance with the SCHADS Award Level 4
  • Salary packaging is available

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply


Applications CloseJuly 30, 2021
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Job CategorySocial Work
Job FieldAlcohol & Other Drugs
Employment BasisPart Time
LocationInner West Sydney

How to Apply

To apply you must have the right to work in Australia, be willing to provide a current National Police Clearance Check and respond the selection criteria noted above.

Please forward your application addressing the selection criteria and your resume to:

Attn. Des Walsh -

Enquiries: Des Walsh 02 8572 7441

Applications close: 30 July 2021

WHOS (We Help Ourselves) – Gunyah, Lilyfield

WHOS offers a range of evidence based therapeutic AOD residential programs. Our services are based in NSW and QLD, further information can be accessed at -

ContactDes Walsh
Phone number 02 8572 7441
Email address

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