There is one currently open position.
Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation (ASG) has an opportunity for a disciplined Residential Care Worker to work in a residential rehabilitation facility to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women .
Reporting to the Program Manager, you will primarily be responsible for improving clients’ physical and mental health outcomes through the provision of culturally appropriate evidence-based AOD treatment interventions. You will also be responsible for enhancing relationships and improving social outcomes for clients, their children, family and significant others.
You will be confident in your administrative and operational skills, as well as your ability to contribute to organisational objectives in a service delivery environment. The ability to make precise, intelligent decisions will be essential to this role.
Experience in working within a multi-disciplinary environment, along with exceptional interpersonal and communication skills is essential, as you will be engaging with clients, staff and external stakeholders. Acting as a positive role model for others, you will have the ability to work in a team and follow organisational policies and procedures.
This is a great opportunity to become involved with an organisation that is dedicated to providing quality alcohol and other drug treatment services to all of its clients.
Please refer to the Job and Person specifications which is located on our website
http://asg.org.au/employment-opportunities/ or contact Bianca Kreft on (08) 8223 4204
PLEASE PROVIDE COVERING LETTER AND CV BY 4.00 PM FRIDAY, 20TH JULY 2018.
If there are no current vacancies or they are not suitable for you and you would like to register your interest, you are welcome to email reception (at) asg.org.au and attach your resume and cover letter explaining what type of role you are looking for, alternatively you can post your resume to:
Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation
PO Box 7306 Hutt Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000
OR EMAIL: reception (at) asg.org.au
Screening and background checks
ASG is committed to the safety of our clients and ensuring the integrity of the organisation.
All employees are required to have a current DHS Child-Related Employment Screening through Department of Human Services (DHS) and achieve a satisfactory outcome. Screenings are renewed every 3 years.
The cost of obtaining these clearances will be met by the employee.
You can find further information about the DCSI screening and assessment process at https://screening.dhs.sa.gov.au