At Lives Lived Well, we’ve been treating and supporting people whose lives are affected by alcohol and other drugs for over 50 years. We also support people with mental health and gambling concerns and those transitioning from correctional centres. We’re growing fast and building a reputation as a trusted, innovative provider, focused on clinical excellence… and we’d love you to be part of it.
Do you want to inspire and create change with us?
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the direction of AOD Service delivery in the Dubbo region with a long-standing provider.
This newly created leadership position will provide operational and clinical oversight for our growing team in Dubbo as well as one of our outreach teams located in Orange. You will have direct oversight over 10 to 12 clinical service delivery staff.
This position is based in Dubbo, but you will travel to Orange approximately one day per fortnight to meet with the local team.
You will provide clinical leadership and operational management, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the services. You will build strong partnerships with internal and external collaborators and stakeholders, ensuring best practice treatment and services are offered to clients and their support networks in a close-knit community.
This position will suit a clinical practitioner who is looking to take the next step in their management career.
You will receive regular support from the Clinical Services Manager and the LLW Support Services team.
Reporting to the Clinical Services Manager, you will thrive in this opportunity to:
- Exercise decision making locally, in line with organisational frameworks, service agreements and legislation.
- Maximise clinical outcomes of programs by leading the implementation and delivery of evidence-based clinical approaches.
- Provide input into business plans and projects for programs, aligned to the strategic plan.
- Foster productive relationships and partnerships with relevant stakeholders including funders.
- Review and locally oversee program budgets and discuss anomalies with the Clinical Services Manager.
- Foster an engaged and high performing team with a focus on clinical excellence, continuous improvement, risk-based decision making and accountability.
- Ensure service continuity and staff and client safety through effective workforce management practices.
- Provide timely, accurate statistical information and reporting as required on programs.
For a detailed description of duties, tasks, and responsibilities please contact email@example.com and request a Position Description.
This is a permanent, full-time position. The salary ranges between gross $110,893 and $115,536 per annum plus super and will be commensurate with the successful applicant's knowledge, skills and experience. With salary packaging you can increase your annual salary to between $132,176 - $137,482 (incl. of super).
To be successful in the role, you will have previous leadership and management experience in a similar position.
You will also possess the following skills and experience:
- Tertiary qualification in a mental health field, including but not limited to Psychology, Social Work and/or Nursing.
- Significant experience in the delivery of clinical services within mental health or alcohol and other drug services or similar/equivalent.
- Proven experience in working in partnership with other health care professionals in the coordination of care for clients.
- Demonstrated experience in clinical leadership, and risk management.
- Demonstrated capacity to deliver a high performing clinical service within budget that meets contract targets and requirements.
- The ability to embrace organisational change and demonstrated capacity to be innovative in clinical approaches with clients and lead local level change initiatives.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent engagement skills across a diverse range of stakeholders
- Excellent organisational, decision making and problem-solving skills.
- A high degree of professionalism, integrity, initiative, and drive.
What matters most is that you’ll live and breathe our values, which means:
- You are humble, human, and full of hope.
- You show up and share.
- You ask: Why not? And what’s next?
- You leave a positive wake.
Why? We believe that through these values, we do our best work - for each other, clients, and our communities. And it’s a promise we make to you about the kind of experience you will have working for us.
Are you ready to imagine the possibilities? Here’s how to apply.
Click ‘apply’ and go to our LLW Careers page and submit your application. Please note we only accept applications through our Careers page.
For questions about the role, please email the LLW Recruitment team:
Applications close: Sunday, 19 November 2023
Lives Lived Well is an equal employment opportunity employer. We encourage applications from a diverse range of social, cultural and gender backgrounds that reflect our community including First Peoples.
Confirmation of employment will be subject to candidate's possession of a Current Australian Drivers Licence and completed Australian Criminal History Check.