Clinical Training Consultant
- Utilise your clinical and practical skills to training in case management
- Develop and evaluate Learning and Development programs
- Contribute to community safety
- Part time, 3 days per week (0.6 FTE) Fixed term - 12 months
- VPS Grade 6 ($115,136 – $154,076 + Super, pro-rata for part time)
- Melbourne CBD location
Corrections Victoria is responsible for the direction, management and operation of Victoria's corrections system, which incorporates prisons and Community Correctional Services. As a service agency within the Department of Justice and Regulation, Corrections Victoria develops and implements policies, programs and services that ensure the safe and secure containment of prisoners, and that seek to rehabilitate offenders by addressing the underlying causes of offending behaviour.
About the role
The Clinical Training Consultant is part of the Corrections Victoria Community Correctional Services (CCS) L&D Team in the Workforce Planning and Development Branch. The team manages and coordinates development and delivery of a suite of learning and development (L&D) programs and specialised L&D projects for CCS.
The Clinical Training Consultant works closely with a range of stakeholders and team members to develop and evaluate new and existing L&D programs and resources for CCS operational staff. The primary focus of the role is to design, develop, deliver and evaluate L&D programs for case managers related to theories underpinning case management of offenders such as Pro-social Modelling, Strengths-based Approaches and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and programs for case managers to work with violent offenders and sex offenders.
To be successful you will have:
- Demonstrated knowledge and practical application of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and offender rehabilitation techniques such as Pro-social Modelling and Strengths-based Approaches.
- Experience in case management is advantageous.
- Experience in interactive training delivery and effective group facilitation is advantageous.
Applications close Sunday, 21 January 2018.
Phone: (03) 8684 6570