If you want to work in forensics, this is where you need to be. Our clinicians work closely with offenders across Victoria to help influence positive behavioural changes. The end goal is to protect our community, so it's an important job. Are you ready to make a real difference?
You will be tasked with applying key therapeutic frameworks to guide assessment and treatment recommendations, as well as delivering a range of group-based offending behaviour programs aimed at reducing the risk of re-offending.
What we look for
We are seeking committed and well-rounded clinicians who have the ability to engage with complex offenders and have a genuine passion in making a real difference.
A commitment to the department’s values and behaviours – serve the community, work together, act with integrity, respect other people and make it happen!
Other qualities that we look for are:
❂ Team work
❂ Initiative and accountability
❂ Ability to develop others.
Our new clinicians start their jobs with confidence. Once hired, you will undergo a comprehensive training program that will prepare you for day one.
What's in it for you
Being a clinician for Corrections Victoria is not just a stimulating job and a chance to make our community safer, there also many other professional benefits, including:
✔ Professional development opportunities through formal training, supervision and mentoring
✔ Opportunity to provide assessment and behaviour change programs across the criminal justice system
✔ Job prospects across the state, with positions available in both metro and regional areas
✔ Diverse and supportive team environment
✔ Ongoing full time, part time, and fixed term flexible work options available
✔ Generous leave entitlements, including annual leave allowance and the opportunity to purchase up to an additional eight weeks’ leave per annum.