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We Help Ourselves (WHOS) – Gunyah

WHOS, one of Australia’s premier alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment providers offering a range  of evidence-based therapeutic programs. WHOS has services based in NSW and Queensland.  Further information can be found at 

WHOS Gunyah is looking for a fulltime AOD Community Service Worker to join our men’s program,  Gunyah, based at Lilyfield NSW. The role involves: 

  1. assessment, referral, and education, 
  2. supervising and supporting clients in a residential setting, 
  3. delivering a structured daily program (which includes facilitating various process and  groups),  
  4. conducting therapeutic interventions 



  1. Certificate IV or higher in AOD, Community Services, Mental Health (or similar).
  2. Ability to work day, evening and weekend shifts as required.
  3. Experience in facilitating groups.
  4. Experience in or knowledge of residential treatment services
  5. Experience working with clients that have AOD and associated conditions.
  6. Knowledge and understanding of harm minimisation strategies. 

Being male is a genuine requirement for this position, under Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). 



  • Remuneration is in accordance with the SCHADSI Award.
  • Salary packaging is available. 

WHOS adheres to the NSW Health recommendations for vaccination.  

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.


Applications CloseAugust 1, 2024
Job Board
Job CategoryPsychology & Counselling, Social Work
Job FieldAlcohol & Other Drugs
Employment BasisFull 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 to the selection criteria noted above. 

Please forward your application addressing the selection criteria and your resume to the Manager Bruce Wright - – 0499 324 224. 

We Help Ourselves (WHOS)

ContactBruce Wright
Phone number 0499 324 224
Email address