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AOD Clinician


This employer is looking for a driven, empathetic and dedicated clinician to join this AOD community-based service with one of Aotearoa's top NGO providers!

About the Role:
This is an innovative community-based AOD opportunity working with adults and whānau.

Working within addiction services, you will offer holistic support to fit the needs of your clients wherever they feel most comfortable (e.g., whare, papa Kainga, or a local park etc.).You'll be joining a close-knit and supportive team who are passionate about supporting people with AOD and other Mental health issues. Utilising a dual peer support model of care and clinician approach to working with adults, they have seen great outcomes in their community and for their clients. Working in this service, you will be at the forefront of change in the health sector and contribute to the further development of their model of care. This service works within the principles of abstinence and harm reduction, in a holistic manner, recognizing the multi-faceted problems that co-exist with AOD addiction. You will be using your clinical skills and experience to assess AOD usage and create support plans alongside a Peer Support Specialist to support people along their journey to overcoming drug and alcohol addictions.

About you:

  • Current full APC, DAPAANZ, or registration with a Professional Body covered by HCPA 2003 Act or Social Worker Registration Act 2003
  • Minimum of 2 years working in AOD services, with a passion for working with adults
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong professional boundaries and self-care strategies
  • Well-developed administration, documentation, and computer skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and culturally safe practice

They are looking for candidates for both Full-time and Part-time opportunities!

  • Part-time hours (24 hours per week): Monday - Friday| 8.00am - 4.30pm
  • Full-time: Monday - Friday| 8.00am - 4.30pm


  • Achieve your ideal work-life balance in 2024 with no weekend work required! This service operates between Monday - Friday
  • Opportunity for professional development and growth within a national organisation
  • Financial support for Annual Registrations
  • Additional paid leave allowances including, 3 well-being days, 5-10 days of study leave, and long service leave
  • Wellbeing subsidies and access to the use of services such as counseling, budgeting, and mental health workshops
  • Supportive team and manager with monthly individual external supervision and co-reflection
  • Access to a work vehicle, company phone, laptop, and an ergonomic office setup

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Job listing published:
April 2, 2024

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