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Port Phillip Prison - VIC

22 Jan 2018


Melbourne - Western Suburbs


$50,000 - $54,999

Work Type

Full Time


Loddon Prison - VIC


North West - Loddon


$69,172 - $79,545

Position Type:

Ongoing - full time


Dame Phyllis Frost Centre - VIC

7 Feb 2018


Melbourne - Western Suburbs


$52,713 - $67,692 per annum + super + penalties

Work Type

Full Time



Langi Kal Kal (LKK) Prison is on the Western Highway at Trawalla, 150 kilometres west of Melbourne. The prison, is a male minimum-security facility, focused on preparing prisoners for their transition back into the community.

About the role

Corrections Victoria Intelligence Service (CVIS) is the overarching intelligence service for Corrections Victoria and its stakeholders, and forms part of the Security and Emergency Services Group.

In this role, you will proactively assist prison management to maintain the security and good order of prison facilities by gathering, recording, analysing and disseminating information in order to:

  • prevent prisoner escapes

  • prevent the introduction and usage of contraband within the prison

  • identify possible prisoner incidents/unrest.

As the Prison Intelligence Unit Supervisor, you will:

  • primarily provide a centrally located and identifiable focal point within the prison facility for all intelligence related matters

  • provide leadership and direction into the ongoing development and coordination of the Prison Intelligence Unit

  • supervise and assist in, the collection, collation, recording and analysis of particular information available to the prison intelligence unit

  • assist prison management, staff and external agencies by participating in intelligence led prison operations.

About you

As the successful candidate, you will have:

  • successfully completed the Corrections Victoria Intelligence Course or equivalent

  • the Victorian Prison Officer Pre Service training or completed training in an equivalent jurisdiction

  • demonstrated knowledge of, and the ability to apply relevant legislation, policy and procedure relating to CV and the management of its prison facilities

  • demonstrated knowledge of, and the ability to use, computer software such as Microsoft Office Word and Excel, internal CV computer system, including Protel and e-mail

  • demonstrated knowledge and experience with the operation of the prisoner telephone system, prisoner mail, and prisoner visit lists

  • Strong communication skills and an analytical mind.

How to apply

 Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.

Please note: When submitting your application online, there will be questions pertaining to a number of the position's Key Selection Criteria to which you are required to respond.


Northern Territory Correctional Services (NTCS) plays an important role in keeping our communities safe by reducing criminal offending through the rehabilitation of offenders.

The NT Department of the Attorney-General and Justice is seeking to fill the role of Executive Director/Commissioner, Correctional Services for a four year term. Executive Director/Commissioner for Northern Territory Correctional Services is responsible for leading and managing Correctional Services in the Northern Territory, including day-to-day operations of custodial services and community corrections.

The Department is looking for an exceptional leader with previous executive level experience in operating a custodial or correctional service environment. This person will lead Correctional Services with a program of innovative reform and continuous improvement. This role suits a mature professional who understands the complexity of the Territory's social and cultural issues.

The Northern Territory is a challenging and rewarding place to live. It has a multicultural society with a growing economy and many prospects for career growth. It has a unique natural landscape, a relaxed lifestyle, and education opportunities for growing families.

An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated upon appointment of the successful applicant.

For more information contact Chief Executive Officer Greg Shanahan: Email: greg.shanahan@nt.gov.au or call: 08 8935 7400

Quote vacancy number: 3005       


Corrective Services NSW - New South Wales
Full time, Permanent
Location: State-wide
Position Type: Unit Leader
Salary/Rate: $99,862 p.a
Position Type: Ongoing / Temporary Full-Time positions


About the Role

The forensic Mental Health & AOD Team provides primary care to 1470 prisoners in custody at Acacia Prison, Wooroloo, Western Australia. 

The Team Leader will have the responsibility for the clinical leadership, management and ongoing development of forensic Mental Health and AOD service in accordance with the Prisons Act 1981.

Key Accountabilities

  • Assessment, care planning, review and discharge planning of individual caseload, management of a caseload or prisoner group

  • Liaise with and act upon referrals, from medical officers and other primary care staff,  consultants and other statutory bodies

  • Provide regular caseload management and clinical supervisory function to Mental Health /AOD team

  • Ensure systems are in place for all Mental Health/AOD within the area

  • Operational management of Team :

    • Complaints

    • Sickness & absence management

    • Statutory training

    • Appraisal

    • Personal development planning

    • Managing employee capability

  • Ensure that staff and Clinical Governance arrangements are in place to maximise patient safety and minimise risk

  • Accountable for the performance of the forensic Mental Health Team / AOD Team providing regular reports and delivering key result areas

Key Requirements

  • Registered Nurse –Division  1 with Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency (AHPRA) - essential

  • A commitment to excellence in Mental Health / AOD nursing practice and continuing professional development

  • Demonstrated experience in a leadership role within a corrections setting would be an advantage 

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Senior Medical Officer - Prison Health Services

Full time, Permanent
Location: Brisbane - West
Position Type: Health - Medical
Salary/Rate: Remuneration value up to $339,017 per annum (excluding employer contribution to superannuation up to 12.75%), comprising salary between $148,091 - $198,678 p.a. (L13-L24), motor vehicle allowance, professional development allowance and attraction and retention allowance
Position Type: Ongoing - full time



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