Current Employment Opportunities

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit organisation operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector in Western Australia since 1981. With an ethos of consumer engagement, reflective and innovative practice, Cyrenian House  delivers professional and effective education, counselling and rehabilitative treatment services, making a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

We currently have the following vacancies within the organisation. If you think you have the skills and experience required for these roles, we would like to hear from you.

SENIOR CLINICAL COORDINATOR

Saranna Women and Children’s Program, full time – 76 hours per fortnight (Job Code SCCFTSWCP)

Do you see yourself in a Clinical Leadership role?

We have an exciting opportunity at our Rick Hammersley Centre Therapeutic Community (TC) for a Senior Clinical Coordinator who will provide leadership to the team in the Saranna Women and Children’s Program.

Working closely with the TC Manager, the Senior Clinical Coordinator will provide professional alcohol and other drug (AOD) counselling, education and support services to consumers with a focus on consumer engagement and reflective and innovative practice.

If you are interested in this position and you possess a sound level of knowledge and skills, together with well-established work practices that exercise initiative and sound judgment, we would like to hear from you.

Salary level 7 – 8 $81,292.64 – $91,172.64 (per annum, pro rata)

This position also comes with attractive employee benefits and salary packaging, excellent working conditions and professional training and development opportunities.

The successful candidate will:

  • Have a degree in Social, Behavioural, Education, Health Sciences or equivalent experience and training in the AOD sector.
  • Extensive experience leading and providing clinical supervision to multi-disciplinary teams who work with vulnerable client groups.
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in the provision of assessment, counselling, therapeutic approaches and treatment planning for people with AOD related issues.
  • High level of emotional intelligence and the ability to effectively lead, engage and work with a multidisciplinary team, clients and stakeholders.
  • Have demonstrated experience in working with women and children.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills and mediation skills.
  • Excellent verbal, and written communication skills, including experience in report writing.
  • Have a focus on continuous quality improvement and best practice.
  • Have a current “C” class driver’s license and a reliable vehicle.
  • Have a current National Police Certificate, WWCC and First Aid Certificate.

For further information, please contact Elise Copland – ecopland@cyrenianhouse.com

To download a copy of the JDF containing the selection criteria, please click on the link below:

Applicants MUST address the selection criteria in their application.

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Please email applications to nprowse@cyrenianhouse.com by 5pm, 31st May, 2018

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CLINICAL COORDINATOR

Mixed Gender Program – full time – 76 hours per fortnight (Job Code CCFTMG)

Are you interested in working for an organisation that provides the highest quality services that make a meaningful and positive difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs?

Working closely with the TC Manager, the Clinical Coordinator will ensure the smooth running of the Mixed Gender program and will provide clinical support to a team of professionals delivering a range of evidence based treatment options that are consumer focused, reflective and innovative.

If you are interested in this position and you possess a sound level of knowledge and skills, together with well-established work practices that exercise initiative and sound judgment, we would like to hear from you.

Salary level 6 – 7 $75,423 – $86,390 (per annum, pro rata)

This position also comes with attractive employee benefits and salary packaging, excellent working conditions and professional training and development opportunities.

The successful candidate will:

  • Have a degree in Social, Behavioural, Education, Health Sciences or equivalent experience and training in the AOD sector.
  • Demonstrate Leadership and clinical supervision skills.
  • Have an excellent understanding of the complex range of issues related to substance misuse.
  • Have Experience in designing, delivering and evaluating educational groups.
  • Have Experience working within a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Have experience working with people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Possess demonstrated skills and experience in the provision of assessment, counselling, therapeutic approaches and treatment planning for people with AOD related issues.
  • Have demonstrated problem solving skills and mediation skills
  • Demonstrate excellent verbal, and written communication skills, including experience in report writing.
  • Have a focus on continuous quality improvement and best practice.
  • Have a current “C” class driver’s license and a reliable vehicle.
  • Have a current National Police Certificate, WWCC and First Aid Certificate.

For further information, please contact Elise Copland – ecopland@cyrenianhouse.com

To download a copy of the JDF containing the selection criteria, please click on the link below:

Applicants MUST address the selection criteria in their application.

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Please email applications to nprowse@cyrenianhouse.com by 5pm, 31st May, 2018