Turning Point is a national treatment, research and education centre that provides leadership in the alcohol and drug, gambling and mental health sectors in Victoria and beyond.
Combining innovative research in the clinical, population health and policy fields, with service innovation, surveillance, system enhancements, capacity building and specialist support, Turning Point assists services, communities and the Victorian government to respond to current and emerging alcohol and drug and gambling issues.
In this role, you will:
- Deliver and evaluate education and training programs
- Deliver education and support programs
- Liaise with a range of stakeholders in the AOD sector
- Prepare timely and relevant written reports (e.g. for The Department of Health or other publications)
- Undertake wider administrative duties of the Program as well as the organisation more broadly as required in consultation with the Workforce Development Manager.
Key Selection Criteria
A content related degree.
Experience in a relevant field as a teacher/ trainer
Clinical experience in the alcohol and drug field or sound understanding of current alcohol and drug issues
Capacity to design curricula, deliver and evaluate courses
Well-developed word processing (Microsoft Office suite), PowerPoint and other computer skills
Demonstrated capacity to conceptualise and manage projects
Demonstrated capacity to contribute to tender submissions and secure other sources of funding from
involvement in relevant networks
Highly developed written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Well-developed oral presentation skills
Experience in the delivery of education and support programs
Experience in mental health
A certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent
Post-graduate degree in health, social or behaviour sciences field
Understanding key aspects of RTO operations
Experience in the development of online educational resources
Well-developed computer skills in relevant online & web based applications and video editing tools
Experience in supporting the preparation of grant and tender submissions