- Regional NT > Alice Springs
- Job posted on: 7th Apr 2022
- Applications close:
Central Australian Aboriginal Alcohol Programmes Unit (CAAAPU) is an Aboriginal community-controlled corporation that provides Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Residential Rehabilitation Services to the Central Australian community and is based in Alice Springs, Northern Territory.
Established in 1991 our corporation aims to assist in reducing the harmful effects of alcohol and other drugs among Aboriginal people, through a process of supporting social, physical, spiritual, emotional, vocational and cultural well-being.
CAAAPU is seeking a new Treatment Manager. Reporting to the CEO, the Treatment Manager is responsible for the delivery of quality residential and outreach rehabilitation treatment services to the highest standard, for CAAAPU clients with alcohol and other drug related issues.
The Treatment Manager will play a key role in researching, planning, coordinating and managing the delivery of treatment programs and will strive to build a safe and effective healing place, that equips Aboriginal peoples with the tools to lead healthy, sober and productive lifestyles.
The Treatment Manager will possess a high-level knowledge of models of care for dealing with persons affected by Alcohol and Other Drugs, including evidence-based treatments and will have completed appropriate qualifications in the area.
The Treatment Manager will provide clinical and organisational supervision to Senior AOD Workers and Care Workers, and provide high quality care and treatment for clients throughout their engagement in CAAAPU programs.
The role offers a generous salary package, fully maintained vehicle and generous not-for-profit salary packaging.
To obtain a copy of the position description or for further information on the position please contact the CEO, Richard Michell on 08 8955 4600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Treatment Manager - Alice Springs enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Click "Apply Now" and follow the instructions to submit an application.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.