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AOD Case Coordinator - Toora Alcohol and Other Drug Service

Toora Women Inc.
  • 16-month contract
  • Part time - 72hrs per fortnight
  • MEA Level 5

Thank you for your interest in a position as AOD Case Coordinator for Toora Alcohol and Other Drug Service.

Women only applicants please as per section s 34(1) of the Discrimination Act 1991. Aboriginal and CALD women strongly encouraged to apply.

About Toora Women Inc.

Toora Women Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation which has been delivering services to women in the ACT and surrounds since the early 1980s. Operating from within the mission of Safety, Respect and Choice for Women, we support women with complex issues who have experienced past or present traumas.

About the Employment Opportunity

As a Case Coordinator, some of your key responsibilities will include maintaining a designated caseload, undertaking assessments, undertaking case management, conducting AOD/ DFV/ basic mental health interventions, providing outreach support to women in the AMC, Detox and other locations as required. Additionally, participation in the co-facilitation of groups, including the AOD Day Program.

What We Are Looking For

Our ideal applicant will have community sector experience and a minimum of Cert IV in AOD (or working towards). A current driver's licence as well as a valid Working with Vulnerable People registration are required for this job.

Other things that we are looking for include:

  • Service delivery skills within trauma informed framework
  • Excellent time management, computer, record keeping, & communication skills,
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team.


  • The total salary and benefits package for these 72 hours per fortnight (9-day fortnight) positions may consist up to:
  • A starting salary of $40.01 ($74,898 per annum)
  • Salary Packaging option to $16,000 - $5,500 saved tax (approx.)
  • Superannuation at 9.5% - $7,115 per annum
  • Employee self-care allowance - $300 per annum


  • 5 weeks' annual leave with loading at 20%.
  • 8 weeks long service leave after 5 years' employment.
  • TOIL provisions
  • Training, mentoring, supervision and access to resources
  • Access to support through the Employee Assistance Program
  • High level of diversity and satisfaction in the role
  • Excellent working environment within a warm and supportive team
  • Opportunity to make a difference for women in the community with complex needs

How to apply

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