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Do you have advanced clinical skills and experience in working with offender populations?
Do you want to supervise a large clinical team in the most innovative correctional environment in Australia?
Are you committed to making a real difference in the lives of offenders through reducing recidivism and supporting community integration?
Apply now to be part of a team of Senior Clinicians at Ravenhall Correctional Centre.
The GEO Group is the country's leading provider of outsourced correctional services, operating in NSW and VIC. We aim to deliver better corrections and create safer communities. We focus on providing a continuum of care and integration of services to make a real difference in the lives of people we work with. As a Registered Training Provider (number 3570), GEO offers a wide variety of training programs which are nationally accredited.
Our company is defined by us always acting with Integrity, showing everyone Respect without fail, being Accountable at all times, always being Agile and continuously looking for opportunities to be Innovative.
For more information about our organisation, visit our website at www.geogroup.com.au.
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Ravenhall is a 1300 bed medium security prison for adult sentenced and unsentenced males. Its contemporary campus-style design reflects four accommodation communities with varying profiles: 1) induction and transition, 2) youth and indigenous, 3) challenging behaviours and more settled prisoners and 4) protection. Community accommodation is complimented by a further 75-bed Forensic Mental Health Unit, 25-bed Unit for prisoners with significant challenging behaviours, and a 25-bed Mission Unit designed to respond intensively and therapeutically to current community issues. In recognition of the importance of Continuum of Care, Ravenhall extends its presence into the community by providing ex-prisoners with access to post-release support at GEO’s Community Reintegration Centre.
Through investment in opportunities for prisoners to engage in work, education and programs, prisoners are not only held safely and securely but given every chance to turn their lives around. Issues behind much of the crime in our communities – such as violent attitudes, anti-social behaviours and the abuse of drugs and alcohol – are addressed through innovative programs and interventions. At the same time helping prisoners with day-to-day challenges such as gaining and holding down employment and finding a suitable place to live also help prevent a return to crime.
Ravenhall’s unprecedented emphasis on offender rehabilitation and reintegration is evidenced by a significantly sized team of clinicians, working in concert with a number of Victoria’s most respected organisations including Forensicare, Correct Care, YMCA and Kangan Institute. Together, Ravenhall provides an integrated service system that collaboratively brings about lasting positive change in the lives of prisoners pre- and post-release. Through these partnerships the objective of Safer Victorian Communities is achieved.
Ravenhall is recruiting for a Senior Clinician to provide clinical leadership and supervision within the largest multidisciplinary clinical team within a correctional centre in Victoria.
The Senior Clinician will have an opportunity to supervise, coach and mentor clinical staff at Ravenhall to assist them to provide ethical and responsive interventions that make a real difference in the lives of prisoners and their families. Senior Clinicians will supervise a team of clinicians undertaking diverse evidence-based clinical work. This includes the completion of forensic risk assessments, and delivery of a suite of over 25 treatment programs, including remand programs, general offending programs, violent offending programs, AOD programs, and complementary programs. The Senior Clinician will also maintain a small case load of complex clients and will provide clinical leadership and expert advice on issues related to Continuum of Care and offender rehabilitation and reintegration across the Centre.
To be successful in the Senior Clinician role at Ravenhall you will have:
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Joining GEO is your chance to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of prisoners, their families and the community. Benefits of working for GEO, include but are not limited to:
This is your chance to be a part of a new model, with a philosophical focus on the rehabilitation and reintegration of all prisoners to reduce recidivism and improve outcomes.
Joining GEO is your chance to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of prisoners, their families and the community – Apply Now!
Base salary of $101,827.00 plus super
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are highly encouraged to apply
For enquiries please contact Nimit Pandya, HR Officer or Ana Cuchilla-Castillo, HR Officer on 03 8363 2658 or 03 8363 2662.
Please note: Shortlisted candidates will be contacted approximately 2-3 weeks following the closing date. Unsuccessful candidates will be contacted in due course.