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Senior Leader – Individual and Family Recovery

The Senior Leader of Individual and Family Recovery will lead QPASTT’s service delivery with individuals and families, with a strong focus on counselling, intake and brief intervention.

This role is at the senior leadership level and will contribute to our strategic direction. The position is critical for nurturing an effective middle management team who are able to lead the quality delivery of intake, counselling, advocacy and therapeutic group work interventions. This position works closely with the Clinical Services Manager to ensure effective integration across operational and clinical governance.

QPASTT encourages applicants to read the full Position Description and Information for Applicants documents before applying.

Applications close at 9am on Monday 28 November 2022. 

Please email your application to JobApplication@qpastt.org.au.

  1. Please provide a copy of your resume including the details of 3 referees.
  2. Please answer the following questions (no more than 1 page per question).
  • What is your vision for this role?
  • How will your experience and skills benefit QPASTT?
  • How will your character fit the role?
  • How will your capabilities add value to QPASTT’s leadership team?

Should you wish to speak with someone about this role, please contact Liz Gordon, Co-CEO on mobile 0400 212 979 or lizgordon@qpastt.org.au.

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Team Leader – Regional Services (Toowoomba)

The primary purpose of this role is to lead, nurture and coordinate a team of multi-disciplinary practitioners to deliver high quality and impactful services to survivors of torture and trauma and ensure positive and productive relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders.

Requirements of the role:

  1. Degree level or equivalent qualification in a relevant field, such as social work, human services or psychology.
  2. Technical understanding of trauma recovery. Ability to apply QPASTT’s healing, belonging, thriving and justice framework and implement the trauma recovery goals.
  3. Leadership qualities including the ability to support the healthy functioning of the team as a whole as well as individual team members.
  4. Relationship building qualities including the ability to work closely with community and faith leaders.
  5. Management skills including the ability to assist team members with planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of activities and the ability to contribute to and write reports (both internal and external). 
  6. Experience in, and ability to, work in partnership with other service providers to develop innovative strategies for intervention and support such as events, group work and community capacity building.
  7. It is desirable (but not essential) that you have a lived refugee or refugee – like experience.
  8. Some occasional weekend work may be required to support staff members with community events.

Selection Process

Applications close at 5 pm on Wednesday, 18th November 2022. 

  1.  Please read the information for Applicants Document prior to applying for this role.
  2. Provide a copy of your resume including the details of 2 referees.
  3. Please answer the following questions (no more than 1 page per question).
  • What is your vision for this role?
  • How will your experience and skills benefit QPASTT?
  • How will your character fit the role?
  • How will your capabilities add value to QPASTT’s leadership team?

Should you wish to speak with someone about this role, please contact Liz Gordon, Senior Leader on lizgordon@qpastt.org.au or 07 3391 6677.

Please email your application to JobApplication@qpastt.org.au

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