The key purpose of the role is to work with complex clients to develop holistic, long term recovery plans focusing on recovery from problematic substance abuse and promoting health and wellbeing and social connectedness, achieving outcomes that will sustain positive and ongoing behaviour change.
The House Operations Team Leader is largely responsible for supervising and overseeing the day-to-day resident activities within the facility. The position also contributes to the life of the centre by supporting the work of the Program Manager in ensuring systems, processes and practice are developed and maintained for smooth and seamless operational outcomes.
The key purpose of the role is to provide AOD assessment, comprehensive harm reduction interventions, complex case management and sustainable linkages with other support services. This includes opportunistic and brief therapeutic interventions inclusive of motivational interviewing, CBT, and other treatment modalities in order to support clients and their family members change harmful behaviours and increase their capacity to manage the problems they are experiencing.
The key purpose of the role is to provide dual-diagnosis-informed AOD counselling to people with a history of offending and who have been sentenced to the Melbourne Drug Court as an alternative to prison. You will have the opportunity to work on a diverse team of specialists and to achieve positive change in the lives of people who want to address their substance use and offending behaviour.
The Catchment Manager Barwon is responsible for overseeing and ensuring integrated planning and service provision within the catchment to ensure a consistent catchment-wide response. The key purpose of the position is to monitoring service performance against catchment targets and identifying opportunities to develop improved responses to community needs.
The key purpose of the role is to support the agency employees to improve their understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, their substance use and mental health, and advise staff on how to create a culturally safe and welcoming environment. The Senior Aboriginal Cultural Advisor supports the Odyssey House Reconciliation Action Plans and improving services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The key purpose of this position is to conduct broad educational and psycho-social screening assessments, inclusive of risk assessments, of children and families and the multi-disciplinary team on an ongoing basis. Assisting parents to identify and achieve parenting goals through assessment of parenting needs, and the collaborative development and implementation of intervention plans that strengthen parenting capacity and effectiveness are also key responsibilities of this role.
Reporting to the Human Resources Manager and working as part of a close-knit HR team (with you will make three), this HR Advisor role will be varied with a great opportunity for a forward-thinking HR professional who understands the critical practice of partnering with line management and has a genuine understanding of how the Human Resources function can positively influence the organisation’s strategic goals.
Reporting to the CEO, the Executive Manager Community AOD Programs, will provide authentic leadership to a $9 million portfolio of Community programs across Victoria. This role works in partnership with several consortia providers, working collaboratively to ensure quality outcomes are achieved to advance the needs of marginalised people within our community.
The Practice Manager is responsible for supporting the enhancement and of current medical and allied health services within OHV’s Residential and Community Services. This includes, ensuring financial viability, developing strong partnerships with primary health services and providers, managing the day to day running operations and administration of agency practices embedded within current services and support the development of innovative models of primary health care for clients in rural residential settings.