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Services and Programs Officers (SAPO's) are employed within the Corrective Services New South Wales Division of the Department of Justice (CSNSW) to deliver services and behaviour change programs to offenders. SAPOs complete a range of assessments and contribute to case planning so that the right services and programs are provided to offenders. This assists in the success of reintegrating offenders into the community and reducing the risk of re-offending, keeping the people of NSW safe.
SAPO's are versatile, logical and balanced, working directly with offenders both in correctional centres and the community.
The role of Services and Programs Officer suits those with experience in family, social or drug and alcohol related fields or with relevant social, psychology or other human services experiences. If you are confident in a crisis and can communicate well with all types of people this role is well suited for you.
All successful applicants will be provided with role-specific training to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to fulfil your job with confidence.
Successful applicants must:
Applicants for Services and Programs Officer roles must :
All applications must be submitted through iworkfornsw.gov.au We offer roles all over NSW, and you can find all our current vacancies on that site.
You will need to submit a resume (no more than 5 pages) and a cover letter setting out how your skills and experience meet the capabilities of the role. You will also have to answer some pre-screening questions.
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