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Odyssey House is one of the most successful drug rehabilitation centres in Australia and is a drug and alcohol-free workplace.

Recruitment is flexible, enabling staff to develop and excel in their career. We employ people who are good at what they do and want to become a valued member of our professional team.

All applicants are required to undergo a Police Check and hold or be willing to obtain a Working with Children Check.

Recruitment Process

You’ve seen a position at Odyssey House NSW, you’re interested in, so what next?

Before applying for a role at Odyssey House NSW, we recommend reading through our website to learn more about Odyssey House NSW to ensure our values and culture are a good fit for you.

To apply for a vacant position advertised on this page, please follow the ‘How to apply’ instructions within an advertisement.  If you would like to express your interest in working with us in a position not listed on this page as a current vacancy, please forward your Resume with a Cover Letter outlining the position you are interested in to su.stilwell@odysseyhouse.com.au.

Executive Officer

As a new position to the Odyssey House NSW (OHNSW), the Executive Officer will be responsible for drafting briefs, reports and correspondence, assisting the Chief Executive Officer and the organisation in the operational and strategic planning activities of OHNSW.  The position will also provide support in the day-to-day management of the OHNSW Executive functions.

Duties include:

  • Preparing executive level documents including but not limited to briefings, Ministerial responses and reports as required.
  • Preparing business cases, presentations, follow up, agreements and coordination of high-risk cross sector projects.
  • Undertaking and providing project management delegated by the CEO and working closely with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Providing support and direction to managers to assist with meeting key performance targets.
  • Managing the Data Reporting Calendar.

 

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Community Drug Action Team Program Manager – New Management Role

This is a unique opportunity for an experienced and innovative professional to implement this community led program with three consortium partners across NSW. The aim of the program is to reduce the impact of alcohol and other drugs related to harm in NSW communities. This position will support the Community Development (CDAT) Officers in Sydney and across NSW.

The new role will include developing and implementing regional plans, developing reporting structures and effective outreach programs. This person will also establish sustainable relationships with a range of service
providers including local government representatives as well as community based organisations.

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Assessment Officer / AOD Worker (Sydney North)

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and innovative professional to work within a small Community Services Team at Hornsby and Sydney North locations. This position provides effective, comprehensive AOD assessment, counselling and group facilitation that is holistic and culturally competent. The successful applicant will conduct assessments, facilitate educational and support groups, provide counselling face to face and
online, in addition to making appropriate and supported referrals to other services as required.

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Community Services Coordinator

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and innovative professional to support the Community Services Manager in the operations and leadership of the Western Sydney and Sydney North Community Services teams at our Blacktown and Hornsby locations.

The Coordinator is responsible for leading and monitoring the teams and their programs to ensure measurable, effective, and efficient service outcomes are delivered. The Coordinator, is required to support a client case load, providing counselling, and facilitating online and face to face group programs. The position collaborates with key stakeholders to develop referral pathways and establish strong relationships with services in the community sector.

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