- Full Time
- Alcohol and Other Drugs, Mental Health and Counselling
- Not For Profit (NFP)
- Brisbane & Gold Coast
- Job posted on: 25 Nov 2019
- Applications close: 06 Dec 2019
Anglicare’s Mental Health & Wellbeing team work together delivering a range of services that support families, children and individuals and contribute to building stronger, more resilient communities. We provide services to clients and families, across a range of programs, who experience problems with alcohol and substance abuse or dependence, and are currently looking for a full time Counsellor - Alcohol & Other Drugs (Youth), to work across the West Moreton region.
Our Counsellors are responsible for the effective delivery and positive promotion of the Youth In Charge program to young people through the provision of assessments, group and individual counselling and case management. The role will be based in West Moreton with significant travel throughout the region, includes outreach services and will require some work outside of standard business hours.
With a strong background in the Mental Health sector, some of your skills and experience will include:
A highly effective communicator, you will engage quickly and effectively with a range of people, and bring these attributes:
Your official qualifications and certifications will include:
Anglicare is committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated management team. We support our staff with learning and development initiatives, an employee benefits program and progressive human resources management strategies, and are recognised as a leading employer in the non-profit sector. You will also enjoy:
Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for our clients; working within an organisation that values your professional contribution and personal well-being.
Anglicare is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental health issues. We promote a child-safe environment and are committed to providing on-going care and protection.
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For further information please contact Alecia Williamson on 0478 325 019.
Applications close Friday 6 December 2019