Careers

Why work at OARS Community Transitions?

At OARS Community Transitions our staff are our most important asset and we take the careers of all of staff very seriously. Our aim is to provide a very supportive and meaningful working environment within a culture which focuses on effective and professional client-centred services.

We offer our staff:

  • Ongoing employee development through annual performance, development plans and succession planning
  • A genuine commitment to work / life balance
  • Generous leave entitlements
  • Salary packaging options
  • Ongoing development through on the job training and learning opportunities, including access to external professional development and training.

OARS CT is a very purpose driven organisation and, along with all the benefits mentioned above, staff have the opportunity to engage with this purpose in the knowledge that they are doing more than just a job. Staff at OARS CT are always contributing to our vision of ‘strong communities with positive social connections underpinned by restorative justice practices’.

The Board and Executive Management have developed a Culture Statement that describes the culture we aspire to at OARS CT.  You can download this Culture Statement here.

It has come to our attention that some individuals may have misrepresented themselves to be OARS CT managers in the past and have potentially provided references that are false and/or misleading.

 

Please be advised that only the CEO and the OARS CT Executive team are authorised to provide references for both existing and previous employees on behalf of OARS CT.

 

If you are seeking a reference for a current or former OARS CT employee, or if you have employed an individual as a result of a reference received from OARS CT and have any concerns in relation to the validity of that reference, then please contact Human Resources on 8249 0700 to discuss this, any reference requests or references provided that you wish to confirm can be emailed via recruitment@communitytransitions.com.au for consideration and response.

Positions Available

Thank you for your interest in a career with OARS Community Transitions.

When we have vacancies advertised the details will be listed below, together with how these can be accessed, such as via SEEK or Ethical Jobs. Please, where a job website has been specified, apply via this medium as this assists us to manage applications efficiently.

Job Title Closing Date Website Used Job and Person Specification Link
Job Title
Rehabilitation Counsellor
Closing Date
Website Used
SEEK
Job and Person Specification Link
Rehabilitation Counsellor
Job Title
Case Manager - Client Reintegration Services
Closing Date
July 15, 2024 9am
Website Used
SEEK
Job and Person Specification Link
Case Manager Reintegration
Job Title
General Manager FDV Prevention Services
Closing Date
Website Used
SEEK
Job and Person Specification Link
General Manager FDV
Job Title
Head of Client Development and Wellbeing
Closing Date
Website Used
SEEK
Job and Person Specification Link
Head of Client Development and Wellbeing

If roles are not currently advertised, you can still express an interest in any future roles by sending through your CV and a covering letter. Ideally this covering letter will list the key skills and experiences required for the role and outline your relevant skills and experience. Candidates of ATSI descent are particularly encouraged to apply. Please contact Human Resources via recruitment@communitytransitions.com.au to register your interest for any future roles that may arise.

Due to ongoing growth and occasional turnover, we are particularly keen to receive expressions of interest from candidates suitable for the following roles:

Job Title Job and Person Specification Link Key Criteria Additional Information Sought
Job Title
CASE MANAGER(S)
Job and Person Specification Link
Case Managers
Key Criteria
  1. Degree qualification in a Human Service discipline
  2. Experience (ideally 2+ years) in a Case Management, counselling or similar
  3. Proven experience working with high needs and /or clients facing significant disadvantage
  4. Specialist experience assisting clients with any of the following: addiction, mental health issues, homelessness, and housing, or accessing NDIS services and supports would be advantageous
  5. Experience and/or an interest in social justice, criminal justice and/ or reducing recidivism would be beneficial
Additional Information Sought
  • Double Vaccinated for COVID
  • SA Drivers Licence
  • Ideally a current Police Clearance
Job Title
REHABILITATION COUNSELLORS
Job and Person Specification Link
Rehabilitation Counsellors
Key Criteria
  1. Degree qualification in a Human Service discipline
  2. Experience (ideally 2+ years) in providing counselling, areas of expertise may include, addiction (particularly alcohol or drugs, gambling) , domestic and family violence (for perpetrators) or other specialised program experience
  3. Proven experience working with high needs and /or clients facing significant disadvantage
  4. Experience assisting clients with any of the following: mental health issues, homelessness, and housing, or accessing NDIS services and supports, would be advantageous
  5. Experience and/or an interest in social justice, criminal justice and/ or reducing recidivism would be beneficial
Additional Information Sought
  • Double Vaccinated for COVID
  • SA Drivers Licence
  • Ideally a current Police Clearance

Volunteering

Volunteer positions will re-open in September, we invite you to come back to the website at that time