- Job posted on: 23rd Jan 2024
- Applications close:
Jarrah House is a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility catering for women and women with their children. We provide medicated and non-medicated detoxification programs and support opioid treatment programs. Our focus is a 10-week, trauma informed, residential treatment program for women who require the skills to prevent relapse and prepare for in-depth therapeutic work. We provide service through our values of professionalism, excellence, accountability and respect/compassion. As a member of our team you will demonstrate these values, have qualifications and skills appropriate to the job, and demonstrate a collaborative working style. As a non-government organisation we are funded by the State and Commonwealth.
See more about Jarrah House at jarrahhouse.com.au.
We are a team of counsellors, nurses, social workers, childcare workers and administrative staff. We provide holistic care and support to alcohol and other drug consumers in a peaceful residential setting on country which has long been known as a place of healing.
The AOD Counsellor is a degree-qualified Counsellor or Social Worker with skills to provide Case Management to women in treatment and plan transfer of care for their ongoing journey. You will play a key role within the clinical team, responsible for improving client outcomes, treatment goals, and collaborating with team members to deliver effective therapeutic interventions for women in both an individual and group setting.
Often operating as one of two on-site clinical staff, the AOD Counsellor supports the environmental and psychosocial needs of Jarrah House residents. The role also collaborates with nursing staff to assist with the supervision of detoxification and rehabilitation of women and their children, in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organisation.
Jarrah House is an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating a workplace that reflects the diversity of our community and providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from LGBTQ communities are encouraged to apply.
APPLICANTS WITHOUT THE REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS NEED NOT APPLY.
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