Lilyfield NSW 2024
As part of the We Help Ourselves (WHOS) organisation, the WHOS Lilyfield campus has four AOD residential services (TC) for men, women and clients on opioid substitution treatment. We are located in the grounds of Broughton Hall Lilyfield and we require Community Service Workers for our Opioid Substitution Treatment Services (RTOD® and OSTAR®). We are looking for enthusiastic & motivated AOD workers who are willing to work shift work as required including days, evenings (includes a sleep over shift) and weekends.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are welcome to apply.
Minimum Cert IV in AOD/Community Services
Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with AOD clients, preferably in a residential setting
Sound written and oral communication skills
Group work skills
Knowledge and understanding of Harm Minimisation
Commitment to work as part of a team
Current First Aid Certificate
Current Drivers Licence
Computer literacy and word processing skills
Knowledge and understanding of the Therapeutic Community model
Knowledge of Opioid Substitution Treatment
How to apply?
Remuneration: Negotiated based on qualifications and experience equivalent to SCHDSI Award. Applicants offered a position are required to provide a Police Record Check.
For an application package contact Lyn Roberts on e-mail.
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