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Job Number : 42272
Type and Location : Clinical / Sydney
Listed By : South Western Sydney Local Health District on 9 Jun 2024
Drug Health Intake and Assessment Clinician

Employment Type: Permanent Full Time, 38 Hours Per Week
Bolger Street, Campbelltown
Position Classification: 
Health Clinician Level 1

Social Worker Level 1: $70,944.00 - $82,899.00 Per Annum
Social Worker Level 2: $88,379.00 - $101,211.00 Per Annum
Welfare Officer Level 1: $70,944.00 - $82,899.00 Per Annum
Welfare Officer Level 2: $88,379.00 - $101,211.00 Per Annum
Counsellor Level 1: $70,944.00 - $82,899.00 Per Annum
Counsellor Level 2: $88,379.00 - $101,211.00 Per Annum
Psychologist: $74,742.00 - $109,397.00 Per Annum


Requisition ID: REQ495030
Application Close Date: 
Interview Date Range: 
26/06/2024 – 03/07/2024
Contact Details: 
Fikriye Salih – 0476 830 375 I [email protected]


About the Opportunity
Drug Health is recruiting for a Social Worker Level 1/2, Welfare Officer Level 1/2, Counsellor Level 1/2 and Psychologist to complement and enhance the current Drug Health Intake and Assessment Team.


What You'll be Doing
The primary purpose of the Community Counselling and Intake Team is to reduce drug related harm and provide a high standard of clinical care to those that access Drug Health Services. The team is responsible for providing a community based counselling services for people with drug and alcohol issues, and coordinate and manage of the centralised intake service for Drug Health Services.

Qualifications - External

How to Apply
To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the below questions as thoroughly as possible. View our application guide for information on how to respond to criteria and improve your application.

  1. Tertiary qualification as a Registered Psychologist, Social Worker, Counsellor, or Welfare Officer, which provides eligibility for membership with a professional organisation and or current registration with AHPRA where applicable
  2. Demonstrated clinical skills in assessment, case management and counselling within a drug and alcohol service.
  3. Knowledge of the harm reduction approach to drug and alcohol issues and demonstrated experience in the provision of interventions with drug dependent clients.
  4. Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as within a multidisciplinary team.
  5. High level of communication skills, including the development of person centered care plans and facilitating clinical consultation with other health professionals.
  6. Demonstrated experience in being able to provide therapeutic interventions for clients within a counselling service.
  7. Demonstrated knowledge of, and ability to implement quality improvement processes.
  8. Applicants must possess an Australian C-Class driver's license (including P1 or P2). Those who hold a C class license (P1 or P2 included) from a state other than NSW must obtain a NSW C class (P1 or P2 included) license within three months of appointment. Learner's licenses are not permitted.

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Contact Details
Fikriye Salih – 0476 830 375 I [email protected]

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