WHOS Gunyah is seeking to employ a full-time Assistant Manager to coordinate and support the delivery of the residential AOD service based on a Therapeutic Community model for men. WHOS Gunyah is located at Lilyfield.
The position involves:
- the coordination of a range of AOD services such as case management, group-based programs, transitional and aftercare support services.
- leading the team that provides a range of services to men with AOD dependence and co occurring conditions.
- supervising the delivery of a structured program in a residential setting
- ensuring client records are maintained as per WHOS requirements, including the use of WHOS electronic data management systems.
- preparation of data for internal and external reports as requested.
- Qualification in AOD, mental health, community services or related health fields.
- An understanding of the Therapeutic Community model.
- Experience working with men that have AOD dependence and co-occurring conditions.
- Knowledge and understanding of harm minimisation philosophy and strategies.
- Ability to coordinate the delivery of AOD treatment services that include case management and group work.
- Experience in networking and establishing referral pathways.
- Experience in residential services.
- Experience supervising staff working in the AOD, health or human services fields.
- SCHADSI Award Level 7-Salary packaging is available.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. Being male is a genuine occupational requirement for this position.
|February 16, 2024
|NCOSS Community Jobs
|Psychology & Counselling, Social Work
|Alcohol & Other Drugs, Men, Mental Health and Counselling
|Inner West Sydney
How to Apply
To be considered for this position, applicants MUST:
- submit a copy of their resume and provide a cover letter that responds to the selection criteria. For further information about the position contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note applicants must also have the right to work in Australia, be willing to provide a current National Police Clearance Check prior to commencement.
Please forward your application addressing the position criteria, and your resume, to (email@example.com).
Applications close: February 16th 2024
We Help Ourselves (WHOS)
We Help Ourselves (WHOS) is one of Australia’s premier alcohol and other drug (AOD) non government treatment providers offering a range of evidence-based therapeutic programs. WHOS has services based in NSW and Queensland. Further information on WHOS can be accessed at - https://www.whos.com.au