EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES at HRVic

PAMS (Pharmacotherapy Advocacy, Mediation and Support)

SERVICE OFFICER 

Position: PAMS Service Officer
Harm Reduction Victoria, (HRVic) is seeking a non-judgemental person with excellent
communication skills to join our PAMS team
.


Please note, this is a largely client-facing role. The position is a 0.6 effective full-time, (EFT), 3 days
per week, SCHADS award level 4. The position is available initially for a 12-month period with the
possibility of continuation.


The Pharmacotherapy Advocacy Mediation and Support (PAMS) service is a state-wide, telephone based service that provides mediation, support, advocacy, referral, and information for those
involved with treatment for opioid dependence, (methadone and buprenorphine).


HRVic is a community based, membership driven organisation, with a mission to advance the health
and human rights of people who use illicit drugs and those on pharmacotherapy.
People with a lived experience are encouraged to apply.
If you are interested in this role, the position description and further information can be found on
our website.

Applications that do not address the key selection criteria will not be considered.
Applications close at 5PM on 7/6/21


To view/download the key selection criteria and other relevant info and to apply for this position,
visit our website: www.hrvic.org.au/careers or email: sarahl@hrvic.org.au

PART-TIME FIXED TERM ORGANISATIONAL SERVICES ROLE – OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 

PART-TIME FIXED TERM ORGANISATIONAL SERVICES ROLE – OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 

 

Hours : 0.6 EFT to August 30, 2021 

Award Classification: SCHADS Level to be confirmed based on experience and skills

We are looking for someone to assist us in a part-time Office Administration role at least three days

a week until August 31, 2021. 

This short-term role may be extended subject to a review of our organisational needs. 

Harm Reduction Victoria Background 

Harm Reduction Victoria is a peer-based organisation representing people who use and/or inject drugs illicitly.

We work to reduce stigma & discrimination against people who use drugs and we strongly encourage people with a lived experience of illicit drug use – current or recent included – to apply. 

We value this lived experience highly, however as this role is not a peer education role, all applicants will be considered. 

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