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Drug & Alcohol Workers  – Casual Positions Available

Lyndon Withdrawal Unit and Wattle Grove

The Lyndon Community seeks to employ casual drug & alcohol workers on a 24/7 rotating roster. Duties include admission of clients, running educational groups and day to day client management. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply. For further information please contact Michele Campbell Program Manager – Lyndon Residential Services 1 300 596 366 or 0429 307 708 mcampbell@lyndon.org.au.   For an application package please contact Cassandra Anslow 1 300 596 366 anslow@lyndon.org.au.

Applications close Friday 16th June 2017                          

Senior Drug and Alcohol Educator

Seeking an experienced Drug and Alcohol Clinician for a Senior Drug and Alcohol Educator role in the Murdi Paaki Drug and Alcohol Network (MPDAN), a workforce development strategy that aims to reduce the harm done by drugs and alcohol in Aboriginal communities. Based at the Clinical Hub in Orange, the position is responsible for providing: clinical, group and practice supervision, training and education and capacity building services to primary health care providers such as Aboriginal Health Workers, D&A workers and other community service workers in the MPDAN region. The position is full-time until 30th June 2018.

 

Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Practice Leader

This rewarding position will coordinate the ongoing delivery of support, training and supervision to RFDS employees and has a critical role in developing the availability and accessibility of D&A services through training, supervision and consultancy to network sites including to primary health employees and other non D&A specialist positions.  It is a full-time position until June 2018, with likely extension until June 2020. Ideally based in Dubbo, we will consider candidates based in Broken Hill or Cobar.

Male Aboriginal AOD Worker 

A fantastic opportunity for a full time Male Aboriginal AOD Worker to join the Wandarma Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Service team in Bega. This program works in partnership with Aboriginal communities and service providers and is designed to deliver culturally appropriate drug and alcohol services and support to Aboriginal communities in the Far South Coast region of NSW.  Reporting to the Program Manager, you will deliver drug and alcohol services and programs to these South Coast NSW communities.

Female Aboriginal AOD Worker

A fantastic opportunity for a full time Aboriginal AOD Worker (female) to join the Wandarma Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Service team in Bega. This program works in partnership with Aboriginal communities and service providers and is designed to deliver culturally appropriate drug and alcohol services and support to Aboriginal communities in the Far South Coast region of NSW.  Reporting to the Program Manager, you will deliver drug and alcohol services and programs to the communities of the far south NSW coast.

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