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Specialist case managers
Specialist case managers (SCMs) are responsible for delivering high quality case management to a caseload of sex and violent offenders under correctional supervision, some of whom have a high public profile. SCMs will be responsible for ensuring that the nature of serious offender management aligns with best practice initiatives, including managing offenders using strengths-based case management approaches and dynamic risk assessment in line with Corrections Victoria's Offender Management Framework.
The SCM will work closely with specialist case workers and clinicians to identify ways to promote residents' participation and engagement in both formal and informal processes and activities, and promote a culture where staff and residents are motivated to create and maintain a beneficial therapeutic environment.
The Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment Services (SOATS) will be responsible for providing specialised assessment and therapeutic interventions to sexual and violent offenders at Rivergum.
Senior clinicians will be key players in the small, multidisciplinary clinical team responsible for providing a holistic range of interventions. This includes offence-specific and offence-related group and individual-based interventions. This position offers the opportunity to work with high risk offenders in a residential setting with a strong therapeutic focus.The Sex Offender Assessment and Treatment Services (SOATS) will be responsible for providing specialised assessment and therapeutic interventions to sexual and violent offenders at Rivergum.
If you're interested in these positions, please get in contact with Daniel Wood on (03) 8684 0154.
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