Speciality: Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Therapeutic Day Rehabilitation Facilitator
Full Time 1.0 EFT, Ongoing (Subject to funding)
An exciting opportunity exists for a Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Facilitator to deliver an eight week Making a Change Program in the Ballarat area up to 4 times a year. Each group is expected to have 15-20 clients.
The Making a Change Program has been funded by DHHS to enable local, rural and regional community access to Alcohol and Other Drug day rehabilitation. The program aims to facilitate behaviour change interventions to assist individuals to reduce or cease harmful substance use; assist clients to establish healthier lifestyles free of problematic substance use; support people primarily living in the Grampians regions, but is open to others; and provide successful interventions in a non-residential setting.
The role requires a flexible, self-motivated person with excellent communication skills, the ability to work autonomously, prioritise tasks, engage with a range of stakeholders and align with our organisational values in their work.
To be successful for the position you will need to have at least 2 years experience in the AOD field; a minimum Certificate IV in AOD and Mental Health and/or relevant tertiary qualification; previous experience in program facilitation, general casework, counselling and group work and knowledge of current alcohol and other drug interventions.
To access a copy of the Position Description and to Apply for the role please go to https://bchc.org.au/careers/#vacancies
For further enquiries about the role please contact Suzanne Powell, Manager Alcohol & Other Drug Services on 03 5338 4500.Apply