- Job posted on: 2nd Sep 2021
- Applications close:
Connect Health and Community provides a range of primary health and community services to people of all ages within the community.
Gambler’s Help Southern (GHS) has been a program of Connect Health & Community since 1995. It offers a range of confidential, free services aimed at preventing or reducing the negative impacts of gambling on individuals, families and the community.
Therapeutic Counsellors work with diverse and complex clinical presentations, including comorbid gambling with mental health disorders including depression, anxiety and other conditions. They provide direct contact hours with clients ensuring effective, appropriate counselling interventions and care coordination for GHS clients, utilising a harm minimisation approach to assessment, treatment and clinical care coordination. The role includes delivery of a combination of direct client service, and indirect service hours, with some community engagement activities.
Working across our catchment of Bayside, South East Melbourne, and Frankston/Mornington Peninsula, you will work with a diverse and complex client group with a focus on preventing or reducing the negative impacts of gambling on individuals, families and the community.
The period of employment will begin as soon as you are available on a part-time basis of 60.8 hours per fortnight on a fixed term contract ending 30th June 2024 (subject to available funding).
This position is based in Cranbourne and Bentleigh East with possible travel to Bayside, South East Melbourne and the Frankston/Mornington Peninsula locations.
Salary and conditions as per Community Health Centre (Stand Alone Services) Social and Community Service Employees Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017-2020.
Connect Health offers many benefits that assist with work and life balance which include:
A condition of employment is a current Working with Children’s Check and Police Check. If you do not already have these checks, you must be prepared to apply and fund them.
Evan Nathanson, Program Manager Mental Health, Child Youth & Family on 9575 5305 or 0439 807 624
Applicants should obtain a copy of the relevant Position Description attached below.
Closing Date: Friday 17th September 2021
Connect Health & Community recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. Relevant screening and police checks will be conducted.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people interested in applying for a position at Connect Health and Community are encouraged to contact the Hiring Manager indicated above for assistance and further information.