About the role
Thorne Harbour Health, Victoria’s largest provider of LGBTI health services is now providing Alcohol and Other Drug treatment and support services to the LGBTI community in South Australia, operating from the offices of SHINE SA.
We will be providing a mix of counselling, case management and group work and are looking for an appropriately qualified alcohol and drug treatment professional to lead a small team.
An initial focus of the role will be establishing the service within the SA service sector and forging referral pathways for potential clients. Clinically, you will have demonstrable skills and experience in delivering counselling, case work and brief interventions as well as strong supervision and risk management skills.
Knowledge of HIV and Hep C is desirable, as is the capacity to work within a sex positive, LGBTI affirming, harm reduction and trauma informed framework.
This position offers you an exciting opportunity to join Thorne Harbour Health’s leadership team and establish a new AOD service for the LGBTI community. While this role will provide local team leadership for the South Australian AOD service, you will work closely with both local THH/SAMESH management and be supported and managed by the broader Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building program at Thorne Harbour Health in Victoria.
For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click on the attachment below, or visit thorneharbour.org/about/working-vac/positions-available
Applicants from our LGBTI communities including those living with HIV, those from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, First Nations people, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.
Thorne Harbour Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About the organisation
Thorne Harbour Health is a community-controlled LGBTI organisation, governed by our members, and working for our sex, sexuality and gender diverse communities.
For 35 years as the Victorian AIDS Council (VAC), the organisation led the Victorian community’s response to HIV and AIDS. Our work has now moved beyond Victoria, and Thorne Harbour Health is responding to a broad range of issues. Thorne Harbour Health aims to improve the health, social and emotional well-being of LGBTI communities and those living with or affected by HIV, with a particular emphasis on bringing the HIV and AIDS epidemic to an end.
How to apply
Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: AOD Program Coordinator application via Pro Bono Australia'.
Applications close: Thursday, 24 June 2021.
Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.
Please quote in application: AOD Program Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.