NAR-ANON FLYER – support for family and friends

I am starting up a Nar-Anon group here in Rockhampton which is a support group for family and friends of people who are addicted to Narcotics, It is a anonymous group and works with the twelve steps we are associated with N.A. ( Narcotics Anonymous) but a separate identity. Please see attached flyer for more information

Lynn

mob: 0419732735

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Employment – Casual Minor Civil Dispute Advisory Mediators

The Dispute Resolution Branch (DRB) provides mediation services to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) for the mediation of Minor Civil Disputes (MCDs) through its six Dispute Resolution Centers. In excess 2000 MCD mediations are conducted each financial year. MCDs include disputes between individuals, and individuals and a trader, business or company valued up to and including $25,000. Mediators facilitate the settlement of MCDs that have been ordered to mediation. Mediators are rostered to conduct these mediations. Two to five mediations may be conducted on a rostered day.

We are seeking mediators for Townsville, Rockhampton, Mackay, Brisbane, Toowoomba and the Gold Coast.

AO4 closes 31-Aug-2016
Where
www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au.

NDIS Forum for workers Friday 5th August

Join us this Friday for an opportunity to discuss the learnings from the NDIS trial sites and the issues workers and service delivery providers will face in the rollout of the NDIS in Central Queensland.

The forum is open to all members of The Services Union and workers across the disability sector in Central Queensland. Assistant State Secretary, Jennifer Thomas, has been an active representative on the NDIS Workforce State Advisory Group and will lead a discussion on what has been learnt, what has been achieved, and the challenges we will still face.

Event details:

This is the first opportunity to discuss the challenges of the NDIS from a workforce and employer perspective in Rockhampton.

  • How will organisations balance the flexibility needed under the new business model while still providing employment certainty and training to offer quality services demanded by clients?
  • What standards and qualifications might be required in a growing sector?
  • What new services and employment opportunities might open up and how will these fit within the industry structures we have right now?

Join The Services Union, in conjunction with IFYS, to discuss these questions and more.

The NDIS is coming

Positions available at Anglicare CQ Rockhampton

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT ANGLICARE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND –Rockhampton
Coordinator – Foster Kinship Intensive Care        Child Protection Programs              Permanent Fulltime                          76hrs per fortnight                 

Close01.08.2016

 

Community Practitioner                                      Community Services Programs       Contract part time23.12.2016            48hrs per fortnight                 

Close01.08.2016

Recruitment, Training & Assessment Officer        Child Protection Programs              Contract – 6mths                               76hrs per fortnight                 

Close05.08.2016

Residential Support Worker                                  Child Protection Programs              Contract part time 31/12/2017         71hrs per fortnight                 

Close05.08.2016

 

Residential Support Worker                                  Child Protection Programs              Contract part time  30/06/2017         71hrs per fortnight                Close05.08.2016

 

Residential Support Worker                                  Child Protection Programs              Contract part time  31/12/2017         48.5hrs per fortnight                Close05.08.2016

 

Residential Support Worker                                  Child Protection Programs              Casual    
To apply

please visit our website www.anglicarecq.org.au

For application information and Position Descriptions or 

For more information

Contact Sharon on (07) 4837 5300, spabis@anglicarecq.org.au

Workplace Conflict Resolution training, Rockhampton: 17-19 August 2016

Workplace conflict resolution is a 3-day course that teaches you positive strategies to manage conflict situations in the workplace.

It will help you to develop more self-confidence, take a proactive rather than reactive approach to conflict situations and enhance your effectiveness in working with others.

The course includes 3, 1-day workshops. You can choose to attend 1,2 or all 3 days.

  • Workshop 1: Managing difficult behaviours
  • Workshop 2: Negotiation Skills
  • Workshop 3: Prevention and management of workplace bullying.

Cost:   $969.40 This course is fully catered

Where:  Dispute Resolution Centre, Ground Floor, Rockhampton Court House, 46 East Street, Rockhampton.

Contact us:

W:     www.qld.gov.au/learnmediation

E:     Trainingdrb@justice.qld.gov.au

T:     07 32396277

 

POSITION VACANT – Male Careworker – Diversionary Centre

 

Title: Careworker/Client Advocate – Male – Shiftworker

Section: Juwarki Kapu-Lug Diversionary Centre

Classification: SACS (Qld) ‘Transitional’ Award 2001 Level 3 pp2.

Position Requirements: ‘C’ class driver’s licence, First Aid Certificate, Blue Card – Positive Notice – working with children

Preferred Qualifications: Certificate III or IV – Community Work – drug and alcohol-related or Certificate IV – Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care

As this is an identified position, there is a genuine occupational requirement that this position be filled by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander male as permitted under Section 25 and 104 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991.

Application documents are available for download below or by telephone: Shannon Mann on 0749 277 508.

Closing date: COB Friday 29th July 2016.

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Understanding Cancer Event: July 7

As part of NAIDOC Week, Cancer Council Queensland will be delivering an Understanding Cancer & Cancer Reflection event at Bidgerdii Health Service, July 7.

This event aims to assist the local community in understanding the pathophysiology of cancer and the main types of treatments available; as well as reflecting on one’s personal experience with cancer (friends, family or self). This event also provides participants the opportunity to ask questions of facilitators who work in closely with people with cancer in understanding services and coping with emotions concurrent to a cancer diagnosis. Ultimately, this event is designed to provide an understanding, reduce the stigma and celebrate life.

Understanding Cancer Event Flyer