- Contract, Part Time
- Mental Health and Counselling, Social Work, Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Not For Profit (NFP)
- Job posted on: 02 Dec 2019
- Applications close: 15 Dec 2019
The Peer Support Worker – Medication Support & Recovery Service (MSRS) will provide practical and emotional support for clients and their families whose lives are significantly impacted as a result of pharmaceutical/medication misuses. This role provides the opportunity to share your experiences of recovery or role as a carer of someone with pharmaceutical/medication concerns and empower participants, their families, clinicians and the community to ultimately improve outcomes for clients and families/loved ones engaged in the MSRS.
People love working at Access Health & Community because we offer:
We are a not for profit community health organisation operating in twelve locations across Melbourne. With caring at our centre, our mission is to build healthier lives together with our communities and deliver excellent health services for all. AccessHC delivers medical, health and community services for all ages. We employ over 250 employees across Eastern Melbourne.
The Alcohol and Other Drug service at AccessHC offers a number of specialist AOD services to the community at no cost to clients, including:
For further information or to discuss the role, please contact Beth Locke, AOD Manager on 9810 3035 or via email, email@example.com.
Please submit your application through to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Peer Support Worker - Medication Support & Recovery Service application via EthicalJobs, including your resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. Please refer to the position description on the website for the key selection criteria and further information: accesshc.org.au/careers.
Applications close Sunday 15 December 2019.
Access Health and Community is a Child Safe Organisation
Access Health and Community is a provider of disability services. Successful applicants will be required to undertake a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme and if necessary, an International Police check prior to any appointment. Further information can be found by clicking HERE.
Access Health and Community actively encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples and people from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background.