It’s exciting times at Red Cross. We have positions open across a number of different programs in Rockhampton and in Woorabinda.
One of the team members just told me we’re a leading humanitarian organisation with the most fun people in town. Whilst she was being light-hearted, we do offer competitive salaries, great work conditions, opportunities for development, privileged positions in people’s lives, and of course, we have links into the international humanitarian movement.
It’s not often we have vacancies so here’s a rare opportunity to join the world’s largest humanitarian organisation.
We have current vacancies in Referral for Active Intervention (RAI) Team, Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMS) Program and Family Partnerships (Woorabinda).
– Support Worker
– Peer Support Worker
– Case Manager
– Case Worker
– Team Leader
– Senior Regional Practitioner
If you might be interested in coming to work with us, please flick me an email with your resume and we can talk.
Regional Manager (Central Queensland)
1 Canning Street, ROCKHAMPTON QLD 4700
Tel +61 7 4922 8056 | Mobile 0481 036 140 | Fax +61 7 4922 5439 | Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find attached information relating to Council’s Community Assistance Program.
Round 1 of the funding is now open, with applications closing on 14 August 2015.
We are recruiting for a full time Roster Clerk based in William Street, Rockhampton.
The recruitment for this new role is being handled by Employment Office. It will be on the following websites:
We are currently accepting all applications online. Please visit our website www.centacarecq.com<http://
If this position is of interest to you, please see the weblink below for more information.
Drug ARM has now started in Rockhampton and is open for referrals.
This is a free drug and alcohol counselling service for up to 12 sessions per referral.
The Creating Options Program (CO Program) is a comprehensive and structured outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment service for individuals with multiple and complex needs. The service delivers intensive clinical support for people 18 years and over who require ongoing treatment to overcome, or manage the harms associated with alcohol and other drugs. The program provides assessment, case management, case formulation, counselling, detox support (not the lead support service), psycho-education, social skills training, relapse prevention, and referral strategies. The program’s delivery utilises the bio-psychosocial model with a recovery orientation, and provides a welcoming, non-judgemental, and confidential environment. Client participation in the CO Program is voluntary.
Additionally, there is the option of providing up to four free sessions for a client’s significant other (e.g., parent, or partner). The Central Queensland Drug ARM service will be qualified in SMART Recovery to be able to facilitate groups starting in April. There is also the flexibility of the CO program that allows the clinical workers to drive to a safe location to have counselling session with clients (e.g., park, café, library, client’s house) if they are unable to attend the counselling location in Allenstown.
The CO Program offers up to four treatment episodes, with each episode usually consisting of 12 weekly one-hour sessions. Referrals from Health and Hospital services are prioritised however referrals from individuals; significant others; government or non-government alcohol and other drug services; Magistrates; General Practitioners; other community or health care services may also be accepted. The CO Program provides services across the following locations: Brisbane North, Brisbane South, Ipswich, Toowoomba Regional Council and Southern Downs Council areas, Goondiwindi, Gold Coast, Gympie, and Rockhampton and greater region
All referrals are to be made to the Central Intake number seen below.
- (07) 3620 8880
If you require further information please contact Rebecca:
0426 194 824 or email@example.com
Please find attached a flyer for a FREE Debt information session to be held in Rockhampton on March 17th.
Please note there will also be sessions in Yeppoon morning 17th – Debt, Gladstone morning 18th – Debt, and Woorabinda afternoon 18th – -DV.
For further information, or to register for any session please contact Basic Rights on 1800 358 511
Sessions are open to both workers and clients.