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AOD Treatment Worker x 2

Liverpool or Blacktown
Full-time, part-time
Odyssey House NSW
Odyssey House


Multicultural Programs
AOD Treatment Worker x 2

Odyssey House NSW has an exciting opportunity to join our dynamic and growing AOD and Mental Health Multicultural Programs team based at Liverpool (240) on a full time basis for a fixed term or at Blacktown (241) on a part time basis (0.5).

Odyssey House NSW is a leading provider of Alcohol and Other Drugs treatment and support in NSW and our Community Programs provide a holistic range of strengths based and recovery-oriented supports to those seeking hope and change in their lives, including Aboriginal specific and parenting programs.

Multicultural Programs team is spread across South West and Western Sydney alongside our Residential, Parent's and Children's , and Medical programs.
Odyssey Multicultural Program truly value and appreciate culture, encouraging a supportive and collaborative working environment. Here, you’ll find a team that celebrates each other’s achievements and fosters a sense of belonging.

Odyssey House NSW is looking for an innovative and skilled team member who can provide culturally appropriate individual and group treatment, case management, assertive outreach, and wrap-around support. This position requires availability during evening and weekend hours to assist clients who are unable to access our services during regular business hours.

In this vibrant role, you'll have the extraordinary opportunity to connect with Culturally and Linguistic Diverse (CALD) communities, fostering existing relationships and building new ones. We're connected to a variety of CALD communities and always seek to build new relationships. 

Your contributions will directly influence and benefit these communities, allowing you to leave a lasting legacy.

  •  Liverpool 1FTE or Blacktown .5FTE
  • 38 Hrs per week, 76 Hrs per fortnight or 19 Hrs per week, 38 Hrs per fortnight 


  • Relevant VET qualification.
  • (Desirable) Tertiary qualification in relevant field.
  • Significant experience supporting persons with AOD support needs, mental health support needs and/or co-existing support needs.
  • Experience in group facilitation and group program delivery.
  • Demonstrable experience working in team environment to deliver coordinated support.
  • Demonstrated experience undertaking brief and comprehensive assessment as well as ongoing assessment of client support needs.
  • (Desirable) Experience working within a non-government AOD treatment program.
  • (Desirable) Experience in provision of one-to-one support for people with AOD and/or Mental Health support needs.
  • Computer literacy including understanding of MS Office Suite and use of Client Management Systems.
  • Demonstrable communication skills including report writing, case note writing.
  • Understanding of the principles of the Privacy Act and its practical implementation in service delivery.
  • Knowledge of evidence-based treatment, harm minimisation, care coordination and support strategies
  • Knowledge of and commitment to implement the principles of WHS, EEO and continuous Quality Improvement.
  • Hold a current NSW Driver's Licence.
  • Hold or have the ability to obtain a current Criminal History Check and Working With Children clearance for paid employment.

How to apply?

Click here to apply for the full time position! 

Click here to apply for the part time position! 

Applications close: 24 Nov 2023

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