SASS is a Tasmanian community-based 24/7 crisis response and counselling service supporting survivors of recent and historical sexual abuse and assault, their support people and other professionals. We are an organisation guided by trauma-informed principles, continuous quality improvement, and staff support and development.
Do you want to work for a specialist sexual assault support service in Tasmania?
SASS employs professionals to work as part of our team of committed and passionate individuals undertaking rewarding, challenging and complex roles. All staff are supported with on- the-job training, mentoring and clinical supervision, and must be comfortable working independently and autonomously within this support structure.
SASS accepts expressions of interest. If you would like to join our team, please submit your electronic resume and a cover letter to @email and we will contact you if relevant positions become available.
SASS is hiring!
Are you a passionate, committed and energetic team member? SASS is currently recruiting for Therapeutic Specialists and a Manager - Training Service to join our team!
We encourage you to apply for the Therapeutic Specialist role if you:
- Are a skilled and experienced clinician with a knowledge of, and experience in, a broad range of trauma informed therapies;
- Have experience working with people who have experienced trauma; and
- Want to use your counselling skills to support a case load of clients on their journey to recovery.
We have several Therapeutic Specialists positions available across different programs including adult counselling, children's counselling and counselling for incarcerated survivors.
Please see below for the Position Description and Selection Criteria. Only applications that respond to all Selection Criteria will be considered.
We are also recruiting for a Manager - Training Service. We encourage you to apply for this role if you are someone who wants their work to make a real difference, and wants to work with a supportive and passionate team who believe that what they are doing is achieving cultural change and preventing sexual violence. We are looking for someone who can lead a team of primary prevention educators and manage the training service to enable us to achieve our mission to eliminate sexual violence in Tasmania.
Please see below for the Position Description and Selection Criteria, or for further information contact Jill Maxwell on 03 6231 0044. Complete applications are to be emailed to @email and close at 8am on Wednesday 16th June 2021.