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ReVisioning Men’s Behaviour Change Program — Group Facilitators (sessional)
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Are you a skilled health services professional with experience working with Men’s Behaviour Change Program’s (MBCP) and a keen desire to work in the LGBTI community?

The Victorian AIDS Council (VAC), Victoria’s largest provider of LGBTI health services, is now recruiting for an appropriately qualified as a MBCP Group Facilitator (sessional) with practice experience that meets NTV/MRS standards.

Clinically, you will have demonstrable skills and experience in delivering MBCP and trauma-informed and brief intervention practice experience. Knowledge of HIV and Hep C is desirable.

  • ReVisioning MBCP sits within the Counselling, AOD & Family Violence Services.
  • The successful candidate will work with the LGBTIQ IPFV team to deliver a high quality service to same gender attracted men participating in the group.
  • Work alongside the LGBTIQ IPFV team to strengthen the ReVisioning program, inclusive of the partner contact support service.
  • ReVisioning Group Facilitators (sessional) will report to the Program Coordinator, LGBTIQ Intimate Partner and Family Violence & when required to the Manager, Counseling, AOD & Family Violence Services.    

The ReVisioning MBCP Group Facilitator (sessional) position is Casual.

Members of the LGBTI community, people living with HIV and those with lived experience of recovery from alcohol and other drug issues are encouraged to apply.

Applications must directly address the selection criteria within the position description.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, contact Johann Ruth on (03) 9865 6700 or recruitment@vac.org.au or visit www.vac.org.au

Applications close midnight Sunday 26th of February 2017 and should be marked ‘Confidential Recruitment’, addressed to Jackson Fairchild, Manager of Counselling, AOD & Family Violence Services and emailed to recruitment@vac.org.au or visit www.vac.org.au.

VAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Counsellor/Care and Recovery Coordinator (CRC)
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Are you a skilled health services professional with experience working with AOD clients and a keen desire to work in the LGBTI community?

VAC, Victoria’s largest provider of LGBTI health services is now recruiting for an appropriately qualified alcohol and drug treatment professional with counselling and care and recovery skills. Clinically, you will have demonstrable skills and experience in delivering trauma-informed AOD counselling and brief intervention. Knowledge of HIV and Hep C is desirable.

The AOD Counsellor/CRC sits within the Counselling, Alcohol and Drugs Services Program. The successful candidate will continue to build upon the success of the AOD service with a focus on evidence-based treatment. This role requires a commitment to meaningful client involvement and empowerment in their recovery pathway.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria visit www.vac.org.au.

Applications close Midnight, Sunday 26 February 2017 and should be marked ‘Confidential Recruitment’, addressed to Jackson Fairchild and emailed to recruitment@vac.org.au or visit www.vac.org.au.

Counsellor
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Are you an experienced health services professional looking to work in the LGBTI community?

The VAC Counselling and Alcohol and Drug (AoD) Services Program provides therapeutic counselling to individuals, couples, families and in group programs for the LGBTI community and people at risk of, living with or otherwise affected by HIV or Hepatitis C. Our services also include treatment counselling and care and recovery coordination for AOD users, and behavioural change groups for men in the LGBTI community who are using violence in their relationships.

VAC is seeking a Counsellor to conduct assessments, provide one-on-one counselling and assist in the delivery of therapeutic groups. Providing relationship counselling is also an option for a candidate with the appropriate qualifications. Please note this role is for a 12-month duration.

Applications close midnight Sunday, 26th February 2017 and should be marked ‘Confidential Recruitment’, addressed to Jackson Fairchild and emailed to recruitment@vac.org.au or visit www.vac.org.au.

ReVisioning — Group Facilitators (sessional)

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