Case Manager – Community Services Program

We are currently seeking a full-time case manager who is suitably qualified and experienced worker to work with people that have alcohol and other drug issues, and their family members.

The role is located within our Community Services programs working with adults and families. The role works within a multi-disciplinary team to provide one on one case management and group facilitation with adults recovering from problematic alcohol and other drug use.

As a case manager, you will have solid experience in case management and therapeutic interventions including facilitating groups and one-to-one sessions. You will require a minimum Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs or an equivalent qualification in fields such as mental health or community services however significant, on the ground experience in working with people with complex needs is required. Successful applicants may work across our various programs and sites including; Justice services, Residential Services (either Adult or Family programs) or Community Services.

Karralika Programs Inc. offers above award wages and salary packaging including PBI fringe benefits-free threshold. All Karralika Programs Inc. sites/workplaces are smoke free. Individuals with lived experience are eligible to apply but must have been in active recovery with more than 2-years separation from service.

Karralika Programs Inc. offers generous remuneration packages, including PBI fringe benefits-free threshold salary packaging, has free parking and professional development opportunities.

Karralika Programs Inc. is committed to reconciliation, and we encourage people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds to apply for these positions.

We also strongly encourage applications from individuals with broader specialist expertise in supporting clients with complex needs including those who have counselling, mental health, welfare or social work qualifications and experience. Experience in working within and/or knowledge of the therapeutic community model is an advantage but not essential.

Please submit a cover letter and a copy of your Curriculum Vitae criteria to

For further information, please contact Kerry Fitzroy at or (02) 6185 1300

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