The Senior Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs clinician is responsible for the provision of high quality specialist community based assessment, treatment, intervention and education to individuals who have alcohol and other drug issues that are impacting on their lives and the lives of those around them.
In this role you will provide outreach services to Roma and surrounding rural areas within the South West Hospital and Health Service in keeping with national and state standards and requirements. This position reports to the Team Leader, Mental Health, Alcohol and Drugs.
The very nature of what we do and who we are is the real opportunity. Providing health carein the bush is full of challenges, however, it remains the most rewarding of human experiences.
Roma is the largest town in the Maranoa Region servicing a catchment population of almost 14,000 and offers an array of city-like conveniences with friendly country hospitality.Roma's newly built hospital hosts an extensive list of services with state of the art facilities. A great place for families in a region traditionally rich with oil and gas and farming industries, Roma boasts an abundance of sports, recreation and schooling options. With annual events such as Easter in the Country and the Roma Races, Roma is fast becoming renowned for its enthusiasm in bringing world class Festivals and Events to the local area, showcasing their community spirit; the same community feel that makes Roma a career move you will wish you had made earlier.
What we can do for you
Ultimately, we provide you a platform to leapfrog your careerwith more opportunities to experience a wider scope of practicewith less competition due to location and population.
Nowhere else will you experience the vast diversity ofcareer advancement other than in rural and remote Queensland.
- Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution!
- Opportunities to progress your career and scope of practice!
- Make a positive difference to members of our community!
Be a part of something bigger
South West Hospital and Health Service are part of Queensland Health and partner with many influential and leading organisations to boost partnerships and deliver world-class health care and services. Weservice an area of more than 310,000 square kilometres, are bordered by three states and cover 21% of Queensland. We provide services to a population of 26,000 via 26 healthcare facilities, consisting of Hospitals, Multipurpose Health Services, Community Clinics, Aged Care Facilities and General Practice Services.