TDVHS (Toora Domestic Violence and Homelessness Service) Clinician – Multiple Positions
Provide support and counselling services to women with complex needs, individually and where necessary in a group format.
ACT Community Sector MEA Level 6-7 ($49.07 – $55.29 per hour), plus superannuation, generous leave entitlements and salary packaging
Permanent – 72 hours per fortnight (9 days)
Toora Women Inc. supports women with complex issues who have experienced past or present traumas such as domestic and sexual violence; women impacted by their own or another’s drug and alcohol use and/or mental health issues; women experiencing homelessness or needing support to stay out of the homelessness system; and women in the ACT corrections system.
The TDVHS clinician will work within a small team to provide a quality service to women with complex needs. The TDVHS clinician will provide psycho-educational support and counselling to women individually and where necessary in a group format.
Individual counselling sessions will provide support to women with complex issues who have experienced past or present traumas such as: the impact of their own or another’s drug and alcohol use, mental health issues, domestic and family abuse, homelessness, or sexual violence.
Psycho-educational groups will be facilitated based on evidence-based models.
The TDVHS clinician will also work as part of a care team with case coordinators, supporting women experiencing homelessness or needing support to stay out of the homelessness system, and women in the ACT corrections system. The TDVHS clinician will be predominately office-based, yet some outreach will be required, including some outreach to the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC) correctional facility as part of our Coming Home program.
Please look to Toora Website www.toora.org.au for full position description. Applicants must address the selection criteria and forward along with current resume to [email protected] by the closing date of 5 February 2023
Please note: Women only applicants please as per sections 34(1) of the Discrimination Act 1991.
Email [email protected].