diversity-statement

Employment

Working at Cyrenian House you will be part of a team providing the highest quality services to make positive and meaningful differences in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Our five values – empowerment, integrity, diversity, compassion and hope – define how we treat each other and how we work together with our consumers. We are committed to an inclusive environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. We want our people to feel heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are welcomed as they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or anything else that makes us different.

Provide education & support to
EMPOWER

Provide, show & act with
INTEGRITY

Embrace, restore & inspire
HOPE TO GROW

Always show
COMPASSION

Value
DIVERSITY

Why Work With Us?

We are a diverse workplace that reflects contemporary, multicultural Australia, valuing differences and make every individual feel welcome, supported, and safe.

At Cyrenian House we value the uniqueness of individuals who may vary in many different ways, including race, ethnicity, culture, social class, gender, age, religious belief, sexual identity, mental and physical ability.

We celebrate and promote this diversity as a strength of our organisation – see our Diversity Statement.

About the Organisation

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

We have the following vacancies:

Early Childhood Educators – Saranna Early Childhood Education and Care Centre

We are seeking Diploma Qualified Early Childhood Educators to join our team, with part-time, and casual roles available.

Saranna Early Childhood Education and Care Centre (SECECC) is a unique service situated on the 32-acre property of the Rick Hammersley Centre Therapeutic Community in Cullacabardee (10 minutes from Ellenbrook). With a qualified team of workers, SECECC encourages every child to grow, learn, and develop at their own pace. Our educational programs provide supportive, active learning through flexible play with a focus on building the strengths of individual children.

What we will offer you:

  • Excellent rates of pay ($35.99 per hour- part-time)
  • 5 week’s annual leave.
  • Annual bonus.
  • Refer a friend incentive.
  • Professional team and rewarding team culture.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Paid professional development.
  • Free parking.
  • Generous salary packaging options available, which increase your take-home pay.

Positions available:
Part-time and casual roles are available.

What you will require:

  • Diploma Qualification in Early Childhood Education.
  • Child Protection Training.
  • Current WWC, National Police Clearance, and full work rights to work in Australia.
  • Knowledge of the National Quality Framework (NQF)

Each role will work directly with children within a specific age group in collaboration with other educators, children, and their families.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF: Diploma Qualified Room Assistant 

How to apply:

Please submit your application by emailing jobs@cyrenianhouse.com

Your application should include the following:

  • a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role. (please state which position you wish to apply for)
  • current resume, including two referees.

For further information please contact Corina Barrett at cbarrett@cyrenianhouse.com

Shortlisting will commence immediately for this role.

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Counsellor Educators – NANNUP

(Job Code NCEFT)

We are seeking an experienced Counsellor Educator to join us at our Nannup site.

About the role
The Counsellor Educator will provide professional alcohol and other drug (AOD) counselling, education and support to consumers and their families within a residential setting. The Counsellor Educator will be required to work within the context of the therapeutic community, applying a high level of knowledge and skill to support family inclusive practice to individuals and the local community.

About the organisation
Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Hours of Work & Location
The position is full-time (76 hours PFN) and based at our Nannup site in the Southwest surrounded by natural bushland.

The position is a level 4 – level 5, salary of $87,064 – 102,823 per annum depending on experience.

To be successful in this role you will require the following key attributes:

  • Have a degree in social, behavioural or health sciences or equivalent experience in the alcohol and drug sector.
  • Experience working within a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Well-developed assessment and counselling skills
  • Demonstrated experience in working with consumers experiencing issues related to alcohol and other drug use.
  • Demonstrated and well developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication.
  • Experience in working as part of a team.
  • Full work rights, Current National Police Clearance, Driver’s License, and First Aid Certificate and mobile phone.

What we offer you.

  • Five weeks annual leave.
  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Professional team. Rewarding team culture with flexible working conditions.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.

Please submit your application, your application should include:

  • A response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the JDF) in no more than two pages in length.
  • current resume, including two referees.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF, including the selection criteria: Counsellor Educators – NANNUP

For further information, please contact Therese Mahoney – tmahoney@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Applications will close on or before 9 am Wednesday 8h May 2024

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Finance Manager

(Job Code FMFT)

Due to continual growth, we are excited to announce the new role of Finance Manager.

The Finance Manager will report to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and lead the Finance Team. The role will be responsible for all finance functions of the business including consolidated reporting, tax compliance, and the preparation of monthly management and board reports, ad-hoc reports, annual budgets, and regular forecasts.

You will also play an integral role in the upcoming implementation of the new MYOB Advanced System and work closely with the newly introduced payroll / HR system, Employment Hero.

About the organisation:
Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Hours of Work & Location:
The position is full-time (76 hours PFN) and based at our Corporate Office in Fitzgerald Street, Perth.

The position is a level 8, salary of $124,411 -$128,534 + superannuation – per annum depending on experience.

To be successful in this role you will require the following key attributes:

  • Tertiary Qualification as Chartered Accountant or Certified Practicing Accountant, with a minimum of 3 year’s experience in a similar role.
  • Strong communication and negotiation skills and develops robust working relationships
  • Previous experience with:
    • audited regulatory and statutory financial reports and returns, including grant acquittals, prepared in compliance with applicable standards.
    • monthly management reporting
  • Accountable for the preparation of quarterly financial reporting for presentation to the Board and Executive and ability to prepare annual budgets in association with Managers
  • Management of CH treasury function with the CFO; responsible for liquidity management,investments, and cash flow forecasting.
  • Management of CH compliance with all applicable accounting standards; proactively identifying and communicating the impact of changes to the standards to the CFO.
  • Previous experience leading the implementation of compliance & quality improvement as required.
  • Overall accountability for accounting policies including in relation to fixed and capital asset management.
  • Provision of ad hoc support for business development activities and major projects
  • Advanced skills in the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Full work rights, Current National PoliceClearance, Driver’s License, and First Aid Certificate and mobile phone.

What we offer you.

  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Excellent work environment and rewarding team culture with flexible working conditions.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.

Please submit your application, by clicking apply, your application should include:

  • A response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the JDF) in no more than two pages in length.
  • current resume, including two referees.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF, including the selection criteria: Finance Manager

For further information, please contact Stephen Scarrott – sscarrott@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderpeople are encouraged to apply.

Applications will close on or before 9 am Monday 20th May 2024

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

People and Culture Leader

(Job Code PCLFT)

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced People and Culture Leader to join us in this newly created role.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) the overall objective of the People and Culture Leader is to provide a broad range of support and guidance in all matters relating to People and Culture, including HR advisory, change management, recruitment, performance development, and policy development and review.

The role will also further develop our new HRIS, Employment Hero.

The functions of this new role will continue to evolve with the needs of the organisation.

About the organisation:
Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Hours of Work & Location:
The position is full-time (76 hours PFN) and based at our Corporate Office in Fitzgerald Street, Perth.

The position is a level 8, salary of $124,411 -$128,534 – + superannuation per annum depending on experience.

To be successful in this role you will require the following key attributes:

  • Tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management, Business, or other relevant discipline with several year’s experience, or extensive relevant Human Resource Management experience with a proven track record in delivering results.
  • Significant ER/IR experience and experience dealing with complex problems, particularly coaching line managers and case managing under-performance or disciplinary concerns.
  • Significant experience in managing the full process of Worker’s Compensation claims including return to work processes.
  • Understanding of the relevant Awards, Agreements and the ability to interpret legislation and provide advice and guidance to the organisation.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, including the ability to inspire and drive organisational performance.
  • Knowledge of best practice recruitment, retention, − ability to positively influence key stakeholders and build relationships.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and continuously improve organisational systems and processes.
  • Highly developed and effective organisational, analytical, and planning skills
  • Demonstrated capacity to effectively communicate, promote and uphold HR initiatives and values, including discretion and confidentiality.
  • Full work rights, Current National PoliceClearance, Driver’s License, and First Aid Certificate and mobile phone.

What we offer you.

  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Excellent work environment and rewarding team culture with flexible working conditions.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.

Please submit your application, by clicking apply, your application should include:

  • A response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the JDF) in no more than two pages in length.
  • current resume, including two referees.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF, including the selection criteria: People and Culture Leader

For further information, please contact Stephen Scarrott – sscarrott@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderpeople are encouraged to apply.

Applications will close on or before 9 am Monday 20th May 2024

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Looking For Casual Work?

Night / Weekend Supervisor and Registered Nurses – Nannup

Exciting opportunity to join WA’s leading specialist alcohol and other drug treatment service.(Job Code NSWCNWU)

We are currently seeking applications from energetic, passionate, and highly committed individuals for the role of Night Weekend Supervisor and Registered Nurses to join our casual pool. The positions are based at our Nannup Therapeutic Community (TC). The TC is set on a 90-acre rural property surrounded by natural bushland

Our Organisation:

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

The Role of Night Weekend Supervisor will work with the residential team to provide a safe environment for all therapeutic community residents. They will maintain a presence within the community and be available to address immediate concerns, where appropriate. The applicant maybe required to work, afternoon, evening and nights.

The role of Registered Nurse will work within the Low Medical Withdrawal Unit (LMWU) with a team of support workers to provide withdrawal management in accordance with the service model and associated governance. The Nurse will work with General Practitioners, the multidisciplinary team, and referrers to provide treatment to consumers of the LMWU. The Registered Nurse will be responsible for conducting comprehensive assessments, withdrawal management, contributing to care planning, implementation, monitoring and development of treatment plans and exit plans, and discharge summaries. The applicant will be required to work hours between 8am – 6pm Monday – Friday.

Cyrenian House values people’s lived experience of recovery from AOD issues (2 years minimum sobriety)

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF: JDF – Nurse LMWUJDF Night Weekend Supervisor

Please forward your application to jobs@cyrenianhouse.com your application should include a current resume and cover letter.

What you can expect to receive:

  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference in the lives of those effected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options available.

For further information, please contact Therese Mahoney at tmahoney@cyrenianhouse.com or call 08 9756 0100

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Night / Weekend Supervisor

Rick Hammersley (Job Code NWSFTRHTC)

We currently have a full-time position available for a Night Weekend Supervisor to work with our Rick Hammersley team.

The Night / Weekend Supervisor will work with the Clinical team to supervise and support residents engaging in our therapeutic community. The service is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers support to residents as they strive to meet their individual treatment goals.

About the organisation:

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

The position is full-time working 81 hours per fortnight, hours including working every Saturday and Sunday.

The successful candidate will require:

  • Demonstrated capacity to work responsibly and at times independently in accordance with Cyrenian House policy and procedures.
  • An experiential knowledge of drug and alcohol addiction.
  • Sound understanding of Community as Method.
  • A working understanding of the 12-step philosophy.
  • Provide medication support to residents as per the Medication Policy.
  • Good organisational and time management skills.
  • Ability to assert oneself effectively and maintain clear, personal boundaries.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a range of people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Current National Police Certificate, Driver’s Licence and First Aid Certificate.

Cyrenian House values peoples lived experience of recovery from AOD issues (2 years minimum sobriety)

What we offer you?

  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.
  • Annual training allowance.

How to apply

Apply now via Seek, please ensure your application includes:

  • a response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the attached JDF) in no more than two pages. Please refer to the jobs section on our website for a full copy of the JDF: JDF Night Weekend_Supervisor 1
  • current resume, including two referees

Applications will close on or before 9 am Tuesday 28th May 2024.

For further information, please contact Michael Gray at mgray@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

diversity-statement

Employment

Working at Cyrenian House you will be part of a team providing the highest quality services to make positive and meaningful differences in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Our five values – empowerment, integrity, diversity, compassion and hope – define how we treat each other and how we work together with our consumers. We are committed to an inclusive environment where people feel comfortable to be themselves. We want our people to feel heard, all cultures respected and that a variety of perspectives are welcomed as they are essential to our success. We treat each other fairly and with dignity regardless of race, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or anything else that makes us different.

Provide education & support to
EMPOWER

Provide, show & act with
INTEGRITY

Embrace, restore & inspire
HOPE TO GROW

Always show
COMPASSION

Value
DIVERSITY

Why Work With Us?

We are a diverse workplace that reflects contemporary, multicultural Australia, valuing differences and make every individual feel welcome, supported, and safe.

At Cyrenian House we value the uniqueness of individuals who may vary in many different ways, including race, ethnicity, culture, social class, gender, age, religious belief, sexual identity, mental and physical ability.

We celebrate and promote this diversity as a strength of our organisation – see our Diversity Statement.

About the Organisation

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

We have the following vacancies:

Early Childhood Educators – Saranna Early Childhood Education and Care Centre

We are seeking Diploma Qualified Early Childhood Educators to join our team, with part-time, and casual roles available.

Saranna Early Childhood Education and Care Centre (SECECC) is a unique service situated on the 32-acre property of the Rick Hammersley Centre Therapeutic Community in Cullacabardee (10 minutes from Ellenbrook). With a qualified team of workers, SECECC encourages every child to grow, learn, and develop at their own pace. Our educational programs provide supportive, active learning through flexible play with a focus on building the strengths of individual children.

What we will offer you:

  • Excellent rates of pay ($35.99 per hour- part-time)
  • 5 week’s annual leave.
  • Annual bonus.
  • Refer a friend incentive.
  • Professional team and rewarding team culture.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Paid professional development.
  • Free parking.
  • Generous salary packaging options available, which increase your take-home pay.

Positions available:
Part-time and casual roles are available.

What you will require:

  • Diploma Qualification in Early Childhood Education.
  • Child Protection Training.
  • Current WWC, National Police Clearance, and full work rights to work in Australia.
  • Knowledge of the National Quality Framework (NQF)

Each role will work directly with children within a specific age group in collaboration with other educators, children, and their families.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF: Diploma Qualified Room Assistant 

How to apply:

Please submit your application by emailing jobs@cyrenianhouse.com

Your application should include the following:

  • a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role. (please state which position you wish to apply for)
  • current resume, including two referees.

For further information please contact Corina Barrett at cbarrett@cyrenianhouse.com

Shortlisting will commence immediately for this role.

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Counsellor Educators – NANNUP

(Job Code NCEFT)

We are seeking an experienced Counsellor Educator to join us at our Nannup site.

About the role
The Counsellor Educator will provide professional alcohol and other drug (AOD) counselling, education and support to consumers and their families within a residential setting. The Counsellor Educator will be required to work within the context of the therapeutic community, applying a high level of knowledge and skill to support family inclusive practice to individuals and the local community.

About the organisation
Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Hours of Work & Location
The position is full-time (76 hours PFN) and based at our Nannup site in the Southwest surrounded by natural bushland.

The position is a level 4 – level 5, salary of $87,064 – 102,823 per annum depending on experience.

To be successful in this role you will require the following key attributes:

  • Have a degree in social, behavioural or health sciences or equivalent experience in the alcohol and drug sector.
  • Experience working within a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Well-developed assessment and counselling skills
  • Demonstrated experience in working with consumers experiencing issues related to alcohol and other drug use.
  • Demonstrated and well developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication.
  • Experience in working as part of a team.
  • Full work rights, Current National Police Clearance, Driver’s License, and First Aid Certificate and mobile phone.

What we offer you.

  • Five weeks annual leave.
  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Professional team. Rewarding team culture with flexible working conditions.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.

Please submit your application, your application should include:

  • A response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the JDF) in no more than two pages in length.
  • current resume, including two referees.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF, including the selection criteria: Counsellor Educators – NANNUP

For further information, please contact Therese Mahoney – tmahoney@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Applications will close on or before 9 am Wednesday 8h May 2024

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Finance Manager

(Job Code FMFT)

Due to continual growth, we are excited to announce the new role of Finance Manager.

The Finance Manager will report to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and lead the Finance Team. The role will be responsible for all finance functions of the business including consolidated reporting, tax compliance, and the preparation of monthly management and board reports, ad-hoc reports, annual budgets, and regular forecasts.

You will also play an integral role in the upcoming implementation of the new MYOB Advanced System and work closely with the newly introduced payroll / HR system, Employment Hero.

About the organisation:
Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Hours of Work & Location:
The position is full-time (76 hours PFN) and based at our Corporate Office in Fitzgerald Street, Perth.

The position is a level 8, salary of $124,411 -$128,534 + superannuation – per annum depending on experience.

To be successful in this role you will require the following key attributes:

  • Tertiary Qualification as Chartered Accountant or Certified Practicing Accountant, with a minimum of 3 year’s experience in a similar role.
  • Strong communication and negotiation skills and develops robust working relationships
  • Previous experience with:
    • audited regulatory and statutory financial reports and returns, including grant acquittals, prepared in compliance with applicable standards.
    • monthly management reporting
  • Accountable for the preparation of quarterly financial reporting for presentation to the Board and Executive and ability to prepare annual budgets in association with Managers
  • Management of CH treasury function with the CFO; responsible for liquidity management,investments, and cash flow forecasting.
  • Management of CH compliance with all applicable accounting standards; proactively identifying and communicating the impact of changes to the standards to the CFO.
  • Previous experience leading the implementation of compliance & quality improvement as required.
  • Overall accountability for accounting policies including in relation to fixed and capital asset management.
  • Provision of ad hoc support for business development activities and major projects
  • Advanced skills in the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Full work rights, Current National PoliceClearance, Driver’s License, and First Aid Certificate and mobile phone.

What we offer you.

  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Excellent work environment and rewarding team culture with flexible working conditions.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.

Please submit your application, by clicking apply, your application should include:

  • A response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the JDF) in no more than two pages in length.
  • current resume, including two referees.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF, including the selection criteria: Finance Manager

For further information, please contact Stephen Scarrott – sscarrott@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderpeople are encouraged to apply.

Applications will close on or before 9 am Monday 20th May 2024

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

People and Culture Leader

(Job Code PCLFT)

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced People and Culture Leader to join us in this newly created role.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) the overall objective of the People and Culture Leader is to provide a broad range of support and guidance in all matters relating to People and Culture, including HR advisory, change management, recruitment, performance development, and policy development and review.

The role will also further develop our new HRIS, Employment Hero.

The functions of this new role will continue to evolve with the needs of the organisation.

About the organisation:
Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

Hours of Work & Location:
The position is full-time (76 hours PFN) and based at our Corporate Office in Fitzgerald Street, Perth.

The position is a level 8, salary of $124,411 -$128,534 – + superannuation per annum depending on experience.

To be successful in this role you will require the following key attributes:

  • Tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management, Business, or other relevant discipline with several year’s experience, or extensive relevant Human Resource Management experience with a proven track record in delivering results.
  • Significant ER/IR experience and experience dealing with complex problems, particularly coaching line managers and case managing under-performance or disciplinary concerns.
  • Significant experience in managing the full process of Worker’s Compensation claims including return to work processes.
  • Understanding of the relevant Awards, Agreements and the ability to interpret legislation and provide advice and guidance to the organisation.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, including the ability to inspire and drive organisational performance.
  • Knowledge of best practice recruitment, retention, − ability to positively influence key stakeholders and build relationships.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and continuously improve organisational systems and processes.
  • Highly developed and effective organisational, analytical, and planning skills
  • Demonstrated capacity to effectively communicate, promote and uphold HR initiatives and values, including discretion and confidentiality.
  • Full work rights, Current National PoliceClearance, Driver’s License, and First Aid Certificate and mobile phone.

What we offer you.

  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Excellent work environment and rewarding team culture with flexible working conditions.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.

Please submit your application, by clicking apply, your application should include:

  • A response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the JDF) in no more than two pages in length.
  • current resume, including two referees.

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF, including the selection criteria: People and Culture Leader

For further information, please contact Stephen Scarrott – sscarrott@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderpeople are encouraged to apply.

Applications will close on or before 9 am Monday 20th May 2024

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Looking For Casual Work?

Night / Weekend Supervisor and Registered Nurses – Nannup

Exciting opportunity to join WA’s leading specialist alcohol and other drug treatment service.(Job Code NSWCNWU)

We are currently seeking applications from energetic, passionate, and highly committed individuals for the role of Night Weekend Supervisor and Registered Nurses to join our casual pool. The positions are based at our Nannup Therapeutic Community (TC). The TC is set on a 90-acre rural property surrounded by natural bushland

Our Organisation:

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

The Role of Night Weekend Supervisor will work with the residential team to provide a safe environment for all therapeutic community residents. They will maintain a presence within the community and be available to address immediate concerns, where appropriate. The applicant maybe required to work, afternoon, evening and nights.

The role of Registered Nurse will work within the Low Medical Withdrawal Unit (LMWU) with a team of support workers to provide withdrawal management in accordance with the service model and associated governance. The Nurse will work with General Practitioners, the multidisciplinary team, and referrers to provide treatment to consumers of the LMWU. The Registered Nurse will be responsible for conducting comprehensive assessments, withdrawal management, contributing to care planning, implementation, monitoring and development of treatment plans and exit plans, and discharge summaries. The applicant will be required to work hours between 8am – 6pm Monday – Friday.

Cyrenian House values people’s lived experience of recovery from AOD issues (2 years minimum sobriety)

Please refer to the employment section on our website to download a full copy of the JDF: JDF – Nurse LMWUJDF Night Weekend Supervisor

Please forward your application to jobs@cyrenianhouse.com your application should include a current resume and cover letter.

What you can expect to receive:

  • Above award rates of pay.
  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference in the lives of those effected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options available.

For further information, please contact Therese Mahoney at tmahoney@cyrenianhouse.com or call 08 9756 0100

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.

Night / Weekend Supervisor

Rick Hammersley (Job Code NWSFTRHTC)

We currently have a full-time position available for a Night Weekend Supervisor to work with our Rick Hammersley team.

The Night / Weekend Supervisor will work with the Clinical team to supervise and support residents engaging in our therapeutic community. The service is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers support to residents as they strive to meet their individual treatment goals.

About the organisation:

Cyrenian House is a leading not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House provides a wide range of high-quality treatment services that make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.

The position is full-time working 81 hours per fortnight, hours including working every Saturday and Sunday.

The successful candidate will require:

  • Demonstrated capacity to work responsibly and at times independently in accordance with Cyrenian House policy and procedures.
  • An experiential knowledge of drug and alcohol addiction.
  • Sound understanding of Community as Method.
  • A working understanding of the 12-step philosophy.
  • Provide medication support to residents as per the Medication Policy.
  • Good organisational and time management skills.
  • Ability to assert oneself effectively and maintain clear, personal boundaries.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a range of people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Current National Police Certificate, Driver’s Licence and First Aid Certificate.

Cyrenian House values peoples lived experience of recovery from AOD issues (2 years minimum sobriety)

What we offer you?

  • Unique opportunity to work in an organisation passionate about making a difference to the lives of those affected by alcohol & other drugs.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Generous salary packaging options.
  • Annual training allowance.

How to apply

Apply now via Seek, please ensure your application includes:

  • a response to the selection criteria (located on the last page of the attached JDF) in no more than two pages. Please refer to the jobs section on our website for a full copy of the JDF: JDF Night Weekend_Supervisor 1
  • current resume, including two referees

Applications will close on or before 9 am Tuesday 28th May 2024.

For further information, please contact Michael Gray at mgray@cyrenianhouse.com

Cyrenian House is committed to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

Cyrenian House is a smoke-free organisation.