- Leading Community Services Organisation
- Salary packaging, and competitive sector remuneration
- Full-Time, Maximum Term until April 2022
- Southbank location
About the opportunity
We are looking for a motivated AOD Clinician to join our H2H team at Southbank.
The H2H Team will work intensively with people to establish and maintain tenancy. They will work with people to identify barriers to maintaining tenancy. They help develop skills necessary for long term accommodation and self-management, connect with family, culture and community networks and via a collaborative shared care planning approach.
The role will:
- Support people in the program to identify any AOD related goals
- To improve consumers and the H2H team’s awareness of AOD services and program types
- To provide brief AOD evidence-based interventions and actively support referral and AOD treatment participation where this is identified as a goal by the consumer.
You can view the full position description here
We are seeking candidates with a tertiary qualification in social work, psychology, nursing or other relevant allied health discipline, certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs or the required competencies in AOD and qualifications in dual diagnosis (or willingness to undertake). You will have a demonstrated understanding and knowledge of the key issues affecting the homelessness or at risk of homelessness. Also, a sound understanding and knowledge of the key issues affecting the homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
How to apply
If this sounds like you, apply today by submitting the following
- Cover Letter (1 page outlining your suitability according to the position description)
- Current Resume (no more than 3 pages)
- Address the Core selection criteria in the position description
Thursday 22 April 2022
Get in touch
Corinn Strating – Team Leader Coordination & Support
M: 0427 165 793
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