Senior Kids in Focus Case Manager

  • Leading AOD Community Services Organisation
  • Make a difference to the lives of children, parents and other carers
  • Work within a culture committed to supporting a dedicated values-led workforce
  • Generous above award salaries, plus super, salary packaging and 17.5% leave loading
  • Additional benefit of fully maintained motor vehicle

What we give YOU!

We are committed to creating an inclusive and transparent workplace culture where our people can develop to be their very best. We believe in giving people real flexibility in their work. Our Workplace Flexibility policy enables our staff to be great at work, and great at home too! OHV employees have access to generous employee benefits including:

  • Salary packaging up to $15,900 per annum
  • Flexible work arrangements including 48/52 purchased leave
  • A vast array of training and professional development opportunities
  • A progressive workplace culture committed to making your workplace experience an engaging and rewarding one

Who we are looking for

We are looking for an experienced, compassionate professional who can deliver high quality treatment services to improve outcomes for families impacted by problematic alcohol and other drug use. Do you like variety in your work? Would you like to be part of a small, supportive, and dedicated team? If you answered yes to these questions, then we would love to hear from you!

The position

The role is a SCHADS level 4 classification. The position is offered as a full-time maximum term contract to 30 June 2023.

The position is based at Richmond, with regular travel to other locations. The successful incumbent will be provided with a fully maintained motor vehicle which may also be used for private purposes within the State of Victoria.

KIF is an outreach parenting support and case management program working with families where one or more parents has problematic alcohol and other drug use. The Senior KIF Case Manager’s key purpose is to increase parenting capacity, life skills and social connection, and decrease risk to children and their families.

A day in the life of this position includes: visiting families in their homes to provide support, counselling and referral, linking parents to drug treatment services, helping families to strengthen their community links, advocating for the needs of family members, assisting with school holiday programs for children, providing peer support for other case managers, and maintaining detailed case notes.

Safety screening

OHV is committed to child safety and is a child safe organisation. All OHV employees must undergo Police Records and Working with Children Checks. Any person issued with a negative notice on their Working with Children Check will not be eligible for employment with us. For more information, please download our safety screening information.

Application information

Download the full position description before applying. This document contains key selection criteria that you will need to respond to in your cover letter. Applications will only be accepted via the application link below. Please do not apply via recruitment websites or via email.

Please remember to include your CV and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. If you have any questions relating to the position, please contact Anne Tidyman, Manager Child and Family Services, on 0466 268 932 or at atidyman@odyssey.org.au.

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Senior Family Reunification AOD Clinician – Parental leave position

  • Leading AOD Community Services Organisation
  • Work within a culture committed to supporting a dedicated values-led workforce
  • Competitive salary for a SCHADS level 4 role, plus superannuation, 17.5% leave loading and salary packaging benefits

What we give YOU!

We are committed to creating an inclusive and transparent workplace culture where our people can develop to be their very best. We believe in giving people real flexibility in their work. Our Workplace Flexibility policy enables our staff to be great at work, and great at home too! OHV employees have access to generous employee benefits including:

  • Salary packaging up to $15,900 per annum
  • Flexible work arrangements including 48/52 purchased leave
  • A vast array of training and professional development opportunities
  • A progressive workplace culture committed to making your workplace experience an engaging and rewarding one

Who we are looking for

We are seeking a motivated Senior Clinician in the AOD field to undertake family reunification work. This role would be well suited to a person with a social work, counselling or psychology background. This is a real opportunity for people who are good at what they do and care about making a difference in a senior clinician role, and for those who want to expand their career by becoming part of an enthusiastic team of skilled professionals. We want to attract the best possible people whose values align strongly with those of Odyssey House.

The position

The role is a SCHADS level 4 classification. The position is a parental leave backfill position and is offered as a full time, maximum term contract to 22 April 2022.

The role is based in Footscray and requires travel between sites across the North West Catchment including Broadmeadows and Melton. The Family Reunification AOD program provides AOD assessments, case management and counselling to parents where completion of AOD treatment is one of the conditions included in family reunification orders.

The key purpose of the role is to improve timely access to the AOD treatment required within the timeframes specified in family reunification orders.

Safety screening

OHV is committed to child safety and is a child safe organisation. All OHV employees must undergo Police Records and Working with Children Checks. Any person issued with a negative notice on their Working with Children Check will not be eligible for employment with us. For more information, please download our safety screening information.

Application information

Download the full position description before applying. This document contains key selection criteria that you will need to respond to in your cover letter. Applications will only be accepted via the application link below. Please do not apply via recruitment websites or via email.

Applications close at 9am on Monday, 19 April 2021. Please remember to include your CV and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. If you have any questions relating to the position, please contact Taran Dhillon, Programs Coordinator on 0424 361 596 or at tdhillon@odyssey.org.au.

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Aboriginal Case Worker

  • Be an emerging leader in the indigenous and wider community
  • Contribute to cultural safety and make a difference in a culturally diverse organisation
  • Competitive salary for a SCHADS level 3 role, plus super, with 17.5% leave loading and salary packaging benefits

What we offer

We are committed to creating an inclusive and transparent workplace culture where our people can develop to be their very best. We believe in giving people flexibility so they can be great at work, and at home.

OHV employees have access to generous employee benefits including salary packaging, flexible work arrangements (including 48/52 purchased leave), health and well-being services, and training and professional development opportunities.

Who we are looking for

We are looking for an emerging leader who is skilled, self-motivated, compassionate and can effectively deliver exceptional case management services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are involved with the criminal justice system and who have a history of alcohol and drug related problems. Are you ready to make a difference by influencing positive outcomes for Aboriginal peoples seeking support with alcohol, other drugs and mental health issues?

The position

The position is offered as a full time, fixed term contract to 30 June 2023, with possibility of extension if funding allows. The role is based at Odyssey House’s Residential Services Therapeutic Community program in Lower Plenty.

The key purpose of the position is to provide culturally sensitive, safe and responsive support in enhancing quality of life, through case management and group work with our residents.

A day in the life of this position includes liaising with other services including community, legal, medical and financial services as relevant, providing support to all Koorie women during the program to ensure they receive individual and family support, develop cultural plans for each resident and children if applicable and providing community education to inform services and stakeholders of the specialist Koorie Women’s Justice program.

Why apply?

This is a great opportunity to utilise and implement sound understanding of the diversities of the Australian Aboriginal culture and further acquire knowledge of the issues affecting the health of Aboriginal Australians.

Safety screening

OHV is committed to child safety and is a child safe organisation. All OHV employees must undergo Police Records and Working with Children Checks. Any person issued with a negative notice on their Working with Children Check will not be eligible for employment with us. For more information, please download our safety screening information.

Application information

Download the full position description before applying. This document contains key selection criteria that you will need to respond to in your cover letter. Applications will only be accepted via the application link below. Please do not apply via recruitment websites or via email.

Applications close on 21 April 2021 at 5pm. Please remember to include your CV and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. If you have any questions relating to the position, please contact Carol Rowe, Quality and Training Manager, Residential Services on 03 9430 1821 or at crowe@odyssey.org.au.

All Odyssey House Victoria sites are smoke free for all employees