Alcohol and Other Drug / Mental Health Program:
- Senior AOD Clinician – Matrix Program
- AOD Worker
- Mental Health Clinician – AOD program
- Mental Health Clinician – Shared Care / Psychological Therapies
- Community Support Worker
- Lived Experience / Peer Worker – Matrix Program
The Murray Mallee General Practice Network is welcoming applications from passionate individuals, with clinical or lived experience expertise to fill positions full-time or job share within our Alcohol and Other Drugs Service team based in Murray Bridge.
The Murray Mallee General Practice Network has been providing mental health services to the Murray Mallee community for many years. Recent federal government funding has now created the opportunity to provide an Alcohol and Other Drug service to the region. This funding presents an exciting opportunity to provide a clinical service that recognises the often co-morbid presentation of Substance Misuse and Mental Health conditions.
The program aims to provide a holistic, client centred approach to the recovery of individuals experiencing issues with substance misuse and addiction. A range of interventions will be offered including screening and assessment, harm minimisation, AOD counselling, Mental Health therapy, group work interventions, psycho-social support along with the Matrix program for Methamphetamine and Opioid addiction.
MMGPN programs provide clinical services to some of the most vulnerable people in our communities. Experience working therapeutically in the following areas will be highly regarded – mental health preventative services, suicide prevention, services for Aboriginal people, perinatal services, child mental health services, chronic and complex conditions, Alcohol & Other Drugs, complex trauma and socioeconomic disadvantage and rural & remote communities.
In accordance with the South Australian Children’s Protection Act 1993, the successful applicant will be required to attain the following screenings and checks prior to employment: a National Police Certificate and a Child & Vulnerable People Related DCSI screening
The successful applicant will be remunerated in accordance with MMGPN’s EBA dependant on skills, experience and qualifications. We offer generous salary packaging, five weeks Annual Leave, supported professional development and a flexible and supportive working environment.
You can find out more at www.mmgpn.org.au (About Us). Further information can be obtained by contacting Ms Lisa Courtney on 8531 1303.
Applicants are required to address the Person Specification criteria of the Job Description. Your application, including a current resume, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Wednesday 24th July 2019.