The AOD Youth Clinician will work with young people (aged 12-25) affected by substance use to provide assessment, support, therapeutic counselling, case management and outreach services. The role will primarily involve clinic-based therapeutic interventions with young people, with a small component of outreach services. In addition, the role involves the delivery of educational and preventative programs to local schools and community groups, as well as a close collaboration with the Access HC Headspace service in Hawthorn.The primary components of this role include:• Direct clinical work with young people (aged 12-25) and their families at Access Health and Community, including clinic-based therapeutic counselling and outreach services, and co-location at our partner Headspace sites.• Delivery of school-based harm minimisation education programs for students and other community groups.• Service co-ordination and development work to build connections and referral pathways with local schools, community groups and other youth services. For more information or to apply for this role please contact Beth Locke, Manager AOD on 03 9810 3035 or via email Beth.Locke@accesshc.org.au Applications Close: COB 23rd February 2021 35 AUD Melbourne

AOD Clinician - Youth (Part-Time) Open to Internal Employees only!

  • Position open to Internal Employes only!
  • Part-Time/Permanent role
  • Excellent Career Progression

 

The AOD Youth Clinician will work with young people (aged 12-25) affected by substance use to provide assessment, support, therapeutic counselling, case management and outreach services. The role will primarily involve clinic-based therapeutic interventions with young people, with a small component of outreach services. In addition, the role involves the delivery of educational and preventative programs to local schools and community groups, as well as a close collaboration with the Access HC Headspace service in Hawthorn.

The primary components of this role include:
• Direct clinical work with young people (aged 12-25) and their families at Access Health and Community, including clinic-based therapeutic counselling and outreach services, and co-location at our partner Headspace sites.
• Delivery of school-based harm minimisation education programs for students and other community groups.
• Service co-ordination and development work to build connections and referral pathways with local schools, community groups and other youth services.

 

For more information or to apply for this role please contact Beth Locke, Manager AOD on 03 9810 3035 or via email Beth.Locke@accesshc.org.au

 

Applications Close: COB 23rd February 2021