- Job posted on: 13th Nov 2020
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Details: ACT Corrective Services (ACTCS) is seeking a highly motivated, suitably qualified and experienced person to fill the position of Specialist Interventions Clinician (Counsellor, HP2), Community Corrections and Release Planning, at the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC).
Under direction of the Specialist Interventions Team Leader, the successful applicant will support the delivery of 1:1 and group therapeutic interventions for detainees with identified needs in the AMC; support the detainee Peer Mentor Program; and provide critical incident responses as required.
In addition, you will contribute to providing a critical incident response to staff and detainees who have been exposed to, or involved in, significant event/s withing the AMC.
Further to this, the successful applicant will contribute to the planning, development and evaluation of the client programs and services and to the maintenance of monitoring systems to enable evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment options, in accordance with leading practice guidelines. An interest in rehabilitation, community connections, reintegration and the ability to operate effectively in a team, as well as having the capacity to deal with people from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds in a correctional environment, is essential.
How to Apply: For further information, please visit www.jobs.act.gov.au and to submit your application, click Apply Now.
Contact Officer: Catherine Garrington (02) 6207 0784 Catherine.Garrington@act.gov.au using the subject line: Specialist Interventions Clinician - Justice and Community Safety enquiry via EthicalJobs.