icons / menu

To leave this site quickly, click the Quick Exit button.

icons / cross

Alternatively, hit the escape key.

Available Positions

Accessible Psychological Interventions (API) Counsellor
icons / angleDown
icons / angleUp

Are you an experienced ‘ATAPS’/Medicare eligible clinician looking to work in the LGBTI community?

We are now recruiting for a highly skilled ‘ATAPS’/Medicare eligible clinician to join its LGBTI and HIV counselling programs; clinicians will provide high quality one-on-one mental health support as part of the Accessible Psychological Strategies and Focussed Psychological Services programs in collaboration with partner organisations. This is a salaried position.

The successful candidate will be an experienced clinician with an understanding of LGBTI affirmative practices, a broad understanding of evidence based interventions for supporting high prevalence mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, a client-centred approach and a passion for working in these communities.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click here.

For further enquiries please contact: Venetia Brissenden, Manager Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building on 9865 6700 or at venetia.brissenden@thorneharbour.org

Members of the LGBTI community, people living with HIV, those with lived experience of recovery from alcohol and other drug issues and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment is conditional on having a current Victorian driver’s license, a Working With Children Card and a Police Check.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: Accessible Psychological Interventions (API) Counsellor application'.

Applications close Friday, 9 October, 2020.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Counsellor/Health Promotion Worker
icons / angleDown
icons / angleUp

Are you a skilled counselling professional with a keen desire to work with the LGBTI community and people living with HIV (PLHIV)?

We are now recruiting for an appropriately qualified counselling/health promotion clinician to provide both a therapeutic counselling service and health promotion interventions to LGBTI community members and PLHIV in the Loddon Mallee region. Due to current physical distancing requirements, much of the work is being delivered remotely but the position will eventually be located at our Bendigo office. Clinically, you will have demonstrable skills and experience in delivering trauma-informed counselling and brief interventions. Knowledge of HIV, Hep C and sexual health is desirable.

The Counsellor/Health Promotion Worker is a key role in the Thorne Harbour Country office. The successful candidate will have previous counselling experience and a genuine interest in working with LGBTI community members and PLHIV.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click here.

For further enquiries please contact: Jake Peterson, Team Leader Counselling on (03) 9865 6700.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: Counsellor/Health Promotion Worker application'.

Applications close COB Friday, 9 October 2020.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Family Therapist
icons / angleDown
icons / angleUp

Are you an experienced family therapist looking to work in the LGBTIQ community and to advance clinicians’ skills in family sensitive practice?

We are now recruiting for a highly skilled family therapist / clinician to join its LGBTIQ and HIV counselling programs; the family therapist will provide direct service work to LGBTIQ Victorians and their families during the period of COVID-19. Alongside the direct service work, this role will hold a capacity building responsibility to assist with embedding family sensitive practice into the work of the therapeutic services team, and provide secondary consultation to THH staff on family/systemic practice matters.

The successful candidate will be an experienced clinician with a post-graduate qualification in family therapy, and have specialist expertise in evidence-based family interventions and family sensitive practice, as well as demonstrated capacity to provide clinical supervision and mentoring to a multidisciplinary team.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click here.

For further enquiries please contact: Venetia Brissenden, Manager Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building on 9865 6700 or at venetia.brissenden@thorneharbour.org

Members of the LGBTI community, people living with HIV, those with lived experience of recovery from alcohol and other drug issues and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment is conditional on having a current Victorian driver’s license, a Working With Children Card and a Police Check.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: Family Therapist application'.

Applications close Friday, 9 October 2020.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

LGBTI Housing Support Worker
icons / angleDown
icons / angleUp

Are you a skilled health services professional with a keen desire to work in the LGBTI community?

We are now recruiting for an experienced housing support worker to work with members of the LGBTI community who are homeless or housing insecure.

We are looking for someone with a genuine enthusiasm for providing housing support and case management to our clients. You will be part of an integrated Community Support team, the role entails addressing barriers to accessing and sustaining stable accommodation using a strengths-based case management model. The role has a focus on creating a safe and respectful service for the LGBTI community as well as addressing issues often faced by people in this community.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click here.

For further enquiries please contact Toby Bolton, Housing Coordinator, Community Support, on 0439 447 479.

Members of the LGBTI community, people living with HIV and those with past lived experience of recovery from alcohol and other drug issues are encouraged to apply.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: LGBTI Housing Support Worker application'.

Applications close: COB Friday, 9 October, 2020

Please note: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Senior AOD Care and Recovery Coordinator
icons / angleDown
icons / angleUp

Are you a skilled health services professional with experience working with AOD clients and a keen desire to work in the LGBTI community?

We are now recruiting for a highly skilled and experienced alcohol and drug treatment professional with an interest in working with clients who identify as LGBTI, and/or are living with HIV.

We are looking for someone with a genuine enthusiasm for providing outreach support and case management to clients experiencing a variety of complex issues, including problematic substance use. You will have a solid background and highly developed skills in delivering trauma-informed AOD casework and brief interventions and some experience in developing and delivering AOD psychoeducational group programs. In return, we offer a competitive salary and a supportive, engaged and enthusiastic team environment.

The Senior AOD CRC worker will also contribute to program development and the supervision of students and volunteers.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click here.

For further enquiries please contact: Venetia Brissenden, TS&CB Manager on 9865 6700, or venetia.brissenden@thorneharbour.org

Members of the LGBTI community, people living with HIV and those with past lived experience of recovery from alcohol and other drug issues are encouraged to apply.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: Senior AOD Care and Recovery Coordinator application'.

Applications close Friday, 9 October 2020

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

GENERAL PRACTITIONER AT EQUINOX & PRONTO!
icons / angleDown
icons / angleUp

Equinox is a Thorne Harbour Health operated health centre that caters exclusively to the Trans and Gender Diverse (TGD) community. General Practice, Counselling and Care Recovery Co-ordination services are currently being offered on site. The primary objective of Equinox is to reduce the barriers that TGD people face in accessing primary health care services and to contribute to the health and well being of this community. We offer mental health, sexual health, hormone management and a full range of GP services. Equinox is currently in the process of gaining AGPAL Accreditation.

PRONTO! is a peer driven, community based shop front approach to reduce barriers to testing and early HIV detection. PRONTO! was established to reduce the barriers faced by the Gay and men who have sex with men (MSM) communities. PRONTO! Services include Peer Rapid HIV testing and STI screening and medical practitioner facilitated Pre – Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) access clinics. Medical practitioners interpret STI test results and offer treatment services on site.

We are currently seeking contractor General Practitioners / Sexual Health Physicians who are interested in working in this unique space. Our existing team of GPs are happy to provide mentoring and support to interested medical practitioners who are interested in developing their skills and working with TGD and/or Gay/MSM communities.

Our current team consists of GPS that provide services to both Equinox and PRONTO! clients, and some who just work with the PRONTO! program. We are interested in hearing from registered medical practitioners interested in working with either or both programs.

We offer bulk billing services to clients of both programs. Clients without Medicare are billed at the Medicare Rebate Schedule rates. We offer our contractor GP’s a fee split of 70% of all income received.

Click here for the full Contract Role Description.

For further information, contact Program Manager, Peter Locke on 0419 913 062 or peter.locke@thorneharbour.org.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a tertiary qualification enabling eligibility for registration with the Medical Board of Victoria. Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners or Royal Australian College of Physicians (Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine) is required.

Applicants from LGBTI communities including those living with HIV, those from CALD communities, Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

Thorne Harbour Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

hearts

Thorne Harbour relies upon your continued support

Donate