If you are interested in applying for any positions with Toora, forward the completed application form including three current referees, a letter addressing the Selection Criteria and a copy of your Resume to TooraAdmin@toora.org.au
For more information, phone Susan Clarke-Lindfield, Executive Director on  6122 7004.
Currently no vacancies
MEA Level 6
Level 5/6 plus salary packaging
Permanent standard working hours 72 per fortnight (9 days)
Minimum Qualifications: Diploma in Community Services or equivalent
and 3 years’ experience in community sector
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.
Our current drug and alcohol and homelessness programs range across variety of settings such as crisis and transitional accommodation, day program and outreach support, allowing Toora to provide a wrap-around trauma-informed care model, in an integrated service system. We deliver these complex services within human rights and gendered framework.
All services are based on a theoretical model of recovery, respect and empowerment. This includes encouraging self-help and minimizing the effects of institutionalization and the harm associated with dependencies.
Toora Women Inc. is committed to employing women whose life experience and skills match that of the target groups of our services.
SUMMARY OF BROAD PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
• The Case Coordinator will work towards alleviating the effects of AOD dependency and its contributing factors through the provision of service delivery to women accessing the Toora AOD programs.
• This position will provide variety of service delivery support to single women or women with accompanying children, who are accessing the Day Program, supported accommodation or outreach services. The aim of this position is to provide high quality and timely AOD support and will ensure the needs of the clients are met as per agreed case management and treatment goals.
Applications close Monday 23 October 2017
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