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AOD Case Manager – The Bourke St Program

We are currently seeking a flexible, enthusiastic individual to join our team as an AOD Case Manager in the Bourke Street Program. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Haymarket Foundation exists to provide opportunities to people who have been marginalised by society. We understand that the people we work with come from a background of complex trauma, and we use this understanding to advocate and deliver multidisciplinary services that are inclusive, safe, and offer freedom of choice.

Haymarket Foundation’s Bourke Street Program is a nine-month community based residential rehabilitation program with a living-skills focus that has supported men in the Inner Sydney area for the past 30 years.

The role of the AOD Case Manager is to ensure the Haymarket Foundation provides the best possible supported rehabilitation and recovery program to men with a history of drug dependence, with a focus on physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. The successful candidate will provide holistic case management, facilitating group therapy sessions and living skills programs while promoting self-advocacy in a strengths-based practice.

Haymarket Foundation provides its team with attractive salary sacrifice conditions, opportunities for training, ongoing clinical supervision and a positive team culture. This full time role (76 hours a fortnight) and has salary and conditions as per Grade 4 of the SCHADS Award.

This position is offered as a contract until 30 June 2024, in line with our current funding arrangement.


  1. A degree qualification or extensive experience in the Alcohol and other Drugs, Social Work, or related health field. (E)
  2. Experience in a case management role. (E)
  3. National criminal record check and working with Children’s Check (E)
  4. Valid driver’s licence. (E)
  5. An understanding of homelessness and housing referral pathways. (D)
  6. A comprehensive understanding of the spectrum of AOD interventions. (E)
  7. Experience in counselling. (D)
  8. An understanding and knowledge of issues faced by people who have a history of drug dependence. (E)
  9. Experience providing trauma-informed and culturally safe case management (E)
  10. Experience facilitating group sessions. (D)
  11. Demonstrated communication skills especially in the development of case plans. (E)
  12. Proven ability to engage with clients and to set clear professional boundaries. (E)
  13. Experience with clinical or case management databases, outcomes measurement and MDS submissions. (E)
  14. Experience working with Community Housing Providers. (D)
  15. Experience facilitating living skills programs in a community setting. (D)
  16. Experience facilitating employment and education pathways. (D)

If you have any questions please contact:

Gabrielle de Knock via email using the subject line: AOD Case Manager – The Bourke St Program or phone 0488 284 638.

Please note the Haymarket Foundation is an equal opportunity employer, anyone who meets the above criteria will be considered for this role. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from CALD backgrounds and LGBTIQ communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please read the position description here