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Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD) Assessment and Care Planning Clinician
The AOD Assessment and Care Planning Clinician position provides for a dedicated assessment and treatment co-ordination role supporting joined up services for people in Sunbury and surrounding areas wishing to address their use of methamphetamine or other substances.
The successful candidate will be suitably qualified and experienced in the provision of assessment, counselling and case management services preferably with AOD or dual diagnosis. You will also have demonstrated experience in therapeutic approaches such as: Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Coping Skills Training, Family Inclusive Practice, self-help groups, Community Reinforcement Approaches. Your proven ability to effectively work with people and families experiencing problematic alcohol and other drugs use in a respectful, compassionate and positive manner will help you be successful in this position.
Click here to view the full position description. For a confidential discussion, please contact Matthew Johnson, Team Leader, Alcohol and Other Drugs on (03) 9744 4455.
Applications must address each of the key selection criteria contained in the position description and provide a current resume, including contact details for three professional referees. Please forward your application via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail: PO Box 218 Sunbury Vic 3429 by 10am Friday, 25th August 2017.
Family Services Case Manager
Sunbury Community Health is seeking expressions of interest for Family Services Case Managers. We have several positions available and hours will be negotiated with successful candidates.
This position is delivering Integrated Family Services as part of a small team, within the context of a wider Child FIRST alliance covering Hume and Moreland Local Government Areas. This position requires an energetic and skilled practitioner who will find motivation in working with families to improve the lives of children.
The successful applicant will find satisfaction in working as part of a team, and working within a case-management framework to address multiple and complex needs of families, in a supportive and child-focussed way.
This position requires relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work or equivalent. It also requires a current driver’s license, police check and Working with Children Check.
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Applications are to include a cover letter, current resume and three referees. Applicants are required to address the key selection criteria found on the position description. Forward applications to email@example.com by 10am Friday, 25th August 2017.
Family Violence Men’s Case Worker (Male Worker)
The Family Violence Men’s Case Worker position plays a vital role in the delivery of services provided to increase the safety of women and children and change the behaviour of men who use violence against family members. The position works collaboratively in a team based environment to engage and provide services to men using violence and provide support to their family members.
The successful applicant will possess a tertiary qualification in Social Work (or relevant discipline) and ideally, a No To Violence (NTV) Graduate Certificate. Most importantly, you will have a demonstrated understanding of the social and gendered context of family violence and its impact on women and children and a successful track record of supporting men to change their lives and those of their families.
Click here to view the full position description. This is a full time, 12 month fixed term contract. For a confidential discussion, please contact Joy Fawcus, Manager, Counselling Services Unit on t: (03) 9744 4455 or e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must address each of the key selection criteria contained in the position description and provide a current resume, including contact details for three professional referees. Please forward your application via email: email@example.com or mail: PO Box 218 Sunbury Vic 3429 by 10am Friday, 25th August 2017.
In accordance with the “No to Violence” (NTV) guidelines, we require a male case worker to work alongside a current female case worker.
Enrolled Nurse (medication endorsed) – Part Time
Sunbury Lion’s Community Aged Care (a service unit of Sunbury Community Health) is a 33 bed facility that provides permanent residential aged care and short term respite care. We take pride in our home-like feel and quality of care and lifestyle for residents.
We are currently seeking an experienced Enrolled Nurse to join our committed team. You will have sound clinical judgement and a compassionate disposition. This position takes on a leadership role during shifts and therefore some previous supervisory experience will be highly regarded. You will be able to demonstrate a commitment to working as part of a small clinical and care team and have an ability to juggle multiple demands.
Applications must address each of the key selection criteria contained in the position description, along with a copy of your resume and forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9 am Monday, 21 August 2017.
Diversity Advisor – North Metro Region
Sunbury Community Health and the Hume Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership are seeking to recruit a Diversity Advisor. Based in Broadmeadows and working across Melbourne’s North Metro Region, the Diversity Advisor will facilitate and drive diversity planning and practice across HACC Program for Younger People and Commonwealth Home Support Program funded organisations. The Diversity Advisor position is part of the North Metro Sector Development team and will work with relevant networks and alliances to promote diversity planning and providing support to funded organisations in the development and implementation of their diversity plans.
To be successful in this role you will have a tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (project management, communications, training or health) and experience working in the health, aged care or community sector.
In return we can offer you:
Employment type: 0.8 EFT – Full time
Position description: Diversity Advisor – North Melbourne Region
For enquiries: Contact Carolyn Bolton on email: email@example.com or phone: 0499 784 465
Applications close: 5.00p.m. Wednesday 30th August 2017
Applications must address the Knowledge and Skills component of the Key Selection Criteria.