QPASTT staff have a range of professional backgrounds including psychology, social work, community development, teaching and education, management and administration.

In recognition of the demanding nature of work with survivors of torture and trauma, QPASTT is committed to providing its staff with the best possible range of support including supervision, debriefing, regular training and professional development opportunities.

QPASTT currently employs staff in full and part time roles and our Code of Conduct outlines our expectations of staff.

To learn more about what it means to current and past employees of QPASTT to work here, read this interview which captures what is often hard to put into words about our work with people of refugee backgrounds.

QPASTT currently has the following vacancy

Clinical Services Manager 

The Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma (QPASTT) is a non-government organisation providing a range of services to refugees, especially survivors of torture and trauma. These include counselling and clinical services, specialist children’s and youth programs, community development work, research and innovation.

QPASTT has a vacancy for a Clinical Services Manager (full time).
This position will work with the current Clinical Services Manager to

– oversee and lead the development and maintenance of QPASTT’s systemic model of clinical service provision, and
– provide professional leadership and guidance in relation to the clinical services of the organisation.

An attractive salary package including access to salary sacrifice is provided.

For enquiries about this position, please contact Tracy Worrall on 31201508 or at

To apply for these positions please submit a Resume giving details of your previous work history and a brief statement addressing the essential selection criteria (available at ) by Friday 30th September 2016.

Position Description Clinical Services Manager


Ms Vickie Pastellas
Manager, People and Systems
PO Box 6254
FAIRFIELD QLD 4103 or Emailed to