Be a part of the Holyoake team

Holyoake is always looking for passionate people to join our growing team. If you have a background in psychology, social work, counselling, art, drama therapy, social science, behavioural science, or corporate training, we would love to hear from you.

Email admin@holyoake.org.au for more details.

Current vacancies

Ref No Job TitleClosing DateApplication FormDescription
AOD Prevention OfficerJune 12, 2020DownloadAn excellent opportunity to join Holyoake’s Wheatbelt Community Alcohol and Drug Service (WCADS) team. Take a lead role in the development, implementation and evaluation of evidence-based prevention strategies to reduce and prevent AOD related harms at a local and regional level.

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Benefits of working at Holyoake:

  • Attractive salary packaging options with a range of annual leave options

  • Flexible and supportive working environment

  • Career progression opportunities

  • Commitment to developing employees

  • Great health and wellbeing initiatives

  • Fun team-building events

  • Excellent training and development opportunities.

  • Employee Wellbeing Program

  • Discounted health insurance through HBF

  • Employee Assistance Program – free to employees & their families

  • Opportunity to purchase additional leave each year

  • Paid parental leave benefits

Our staff say…

“It’s a great team environment with friendly and supportive staff committed to serving our clients.”

“We work together to make a difference in people’s lives with a respectful and non-judgemental approach.”

“I like the benefits – especially salary packaging, flexible leave and working arrangements.”

“Holyoake has a 40 year history and a great reputation for serving the community with a client-focused approach.”

“We offer a range of services including individual and group counselling, social enterprises and continuing care programs.”

“Holyoake is great for training, staff development and continuous improvement of services.”

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