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Provisional Psychologist – Internship

Melbourne Affordable Psychology (MAP)

Have you completed a five-year sequence of accredited tertiary study or in your second year of the 4+2 pathway?

Are you eligible for Provisional registration with the AHPRA- PBA?

Are you seeking an opportunity to develop your clinical skills in the not-for-profit sector?

Position and reporting relationship within the organisation

Responsible to: Managing Director
Hours: 0.6 EFT – Minimum 17 hrs/ week
Term: 6 months minimum
Location: Ascot Vale
Employment Type: Volunteer

Organisational Information

Melbourne Affordable Psychology (MAP) is a charitable social enterprise. We are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. MAP aims to provide low-cost psychological treatment options for all individuals.

We also provide Provisional Psychologists the opportunity to develop their skills for general registration.

Position Summary

The Provisional Psychologist will provide clients with assessment, formulation and psychological intervention as well as psycho-education programs to individuals, group and organisations.

Weekly individual supervision (AHPRA approved), peer consultation and mentoring are provided on-site by Senior Psychologists, Provisional Psychologists, and other staff.

Personal Attributes

  • Sound communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to remain calm and reflective in crisis situations
  • Ability to plan and coordinate multiple tasks
  • Creative and flexible approach to engaging others
  • Understanding and commitment to working with a team

Essential Skills

  • Relevant experience in, or capability to provide individual or group therapy.
  • AHPRA registration or eligibility to register as a provisional psychologist
  • Understanding of the DSM-5 in the diagnosis of mental health disorders
  • Understanding of evidence-based psychological interventions
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of client groups
  • Highly organised and excellent attention to detail
  • Emotionally resilient and proactive
  • Ability to manage a significant caseload
  • Autonomous and self-directed
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Excellent computer skills

Duties and responsibilities

Assessment:

  • Conduct initial assessments with individuals presenting with psychological concerns to obtain information regarding diagnosis, clinical signs and symptoms, treatment management plan, psychosocial barriers and protective factors, and the establishment of treatment goals and intervention plans.
  • Case formulation
  • Using DSM 5 or ICD 11 for diagnosis
  • Mental status examinations
  • Suicide risk assessments
  • Administration, scoring and interpretation of a variety of psychometric assessments such as SCID-5, PAI, MMPI-2, WAIS, WISC, Mood Assessment Program, DASS, ORS & SRS, SDS, Young Schema Questionnaire.

Interventions:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Schema Therapy. This list is not exhaustive.
  • Intervention planning based on empirically supported principles
  • Individual counselling, both short and long-term.
  • Group Therapy/Psycho-education programs.

Research:

  • Utilise clinical skills to identify presenting problems based on the outcome of the interview and objective assessments.
  • Utilise literature to identify target problem intervention strategies
  • Request and utilise client feedback to improve the quality of interventions and better provide service.
  • Maintain an in-depth understanding of legal and ethical responsibilities associated with the provision of psychological services.

Professional Development:

  • Engage in the necessary professional development to complete the requirements of the provisional psychologist internship.
  • Undertake ongoing personal and professional development to maintain the appropriate level of professional and technical skills to provide the best possible levels of service to clients.
  • Undertake necessary supervision to ensure the highest levels of professionalism, development, and levels of client service.

Other:

  • Liaise with members of the community and referral sources
  • Prepare reports when required
  • Administration associated with a private practice
  • Liaise with Directors, Board and Finance Department
  • Support and preparation of funding applications
  • Maintain accurate client records in keeping with ethical and professional responsibilities.
  • Accurate use of practice management software.
  • Establish and maintain professional relationships with key medical practitioners.
  • Marketing and social media
  • General Office duties as directed

For more information regarding the position please call 0455 850 064

Applicants, please email applications to:

Ms Katy Dib
Managing Director
Melbourne Affordable Psychology
[email protected]

Email Subject line- Internship Application [your name]

The internship is subject to satisfactory Psychological Assessment, Working with Children Check, Psychological Assessment, Insurance, National Criminal Record Check and references.

Melbourne Affordable Psychology Website

Provisional Psychologist

LTTS

Provisional Psychologist

LTTS is a locally owned and operated business that offers educational-based assessments and therapy, paediatric services, and community services to a wide range of clients that include Australian Educational, Community based, Disability and Aged Care groups.

Due to a period of high growth we are seeking a suitably qualified professional Provisional Psychologist who wants to join our dynamic team that operates on the cutting edge of health intervention while achieving the requirements of their Provisional Program.   

The successful candidate will possess a high level of interpersonal and communication skills, prioritisation and organisational skills including the ability to make decisions, meet deadlines and delegate.

You will be responsible for

  • Delivering quality psychology services across a number of generalist clinical areas 
  • Working collaboratively and effectively within a multidisciplinary team
  • Working with culturally sensitive practices for clients to deliver quality clinical services 
  • Actively participate in LTTS team clinical environments to ensure that psychology services are integrated, efficient and equitable for the community serviced.
  • Develop clinical practice knowledge and expertise through active learning within a team and by engaging in professional development activities.
  • Participating in Supervision and individual program requirements to complete the AHPRA accredited Provisional Psychology Program

 

How can I tell if this is for me?:

  • Have a tertiary degree in Psychology or the equivalent
  • Have Membership or eligibility for AHPRA Provisional Psychology Program (whether 4+2, 5+1 or Masters)
  • Willingness to function autonomously and as part of a team
  • Willingness to participate in self development and ongoing training
  • Experience in Educational, Disability and/ or Community processes is preferred but not mandatory

Position can be managed to suit casual, part time or full time Provisional Psychologists.

Travel is an element of this role within the outreach context

 

What's in it for me?

  • Plenty of variety in caseload and in clinical/ community settings allowing the provisional psychologist to meet all the needs of the Provisional Program
  • Fantastic team of supportive clinicians and team members
  • Growth and development through Supervision which is provided within the employment
  • Access to extensive Professional Development to expand your skills

If you would like to discuss this position further please contact LTTS on 1300 994 854.

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Provisional Psychologist | Western Melbourne

Sarina Russo Group

5 + 1 internship
4 + 2 internship

VOICE – Psychologists & Allied Professionals specialises in vocational services which include psychological and allied health supports. Do you want to start your internship in Psychology and be paid for it?

We currently have permanent full/part time opportunities  in the Westerns Suburbs including Footscray or St Albans, however must be flexible with other locations. 

Your role will include:

  • Working with jobseekers in the jobactive contract to assist overcome barriers to gaining and maintaining employment
  • Working within an evidence based practice model – providing psychological assessments and therapeutic interventions
  • Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with a range of treating multidisciplinary specialists, community groups, employers, customers and government agencies
  • Delivering and providing support to staff in relation to dealing with clients who have mental health and physical barriers
  • Monitoring outcomes and contributing to the development of internal resources 


To be successful in this role, you will need:

  • Eligible for registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)
  • A desire and capacity to work with clients with multiple complex barriers to employment
  • A desire to increase your clinical skills and knowledge base
  • A desire to be part of a highly professional allied health team and experience close supervision
  • An ability to communicate with a wide cross-section of the community
  • Initiative, problem solving skills and energy

What is on offer:

  • Face-to-face client hours
  • Potential to meet all the core competencies as per AHPRA guidelines
  • Peer group and individual supervision opportunities 

Want to know more about us? 

Visit www.sarinarusso.com.au

You will be required to complete a police check should you be successful in being appointed to our organisation. 
To be eligible for this position you must have an appropriate visa to work in Australia/New Zealand. 
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

 

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Provisional Psychologist | Bundaberg

Sarina Russo

5 + 1 internship
4 + 2 internship

VOICE – Psychologists & Allied Professionals specialises in vocational services which include psychological and allied health supports. Do you want to start your internship in Psychology and be paid for it?

We are looking for a motivated, inspired individual on a  permanent full/part-time basis located in our Bundaberg Office.

Your role will include:

  • Working with jobseekers in the jobactive contract to assist overcome barriers to gaining and maintaining employment
  • Working within an evidence based practice model – providing psychological assessments and therapeutic interventions
  • Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with a range of treating multidisciplinary specialists, community groups, employers, customers and government agencies
  • Delivering and providing support to staff in relation to dealing with clients who have mental health and physical barriers
  • Monitoring outcomes and contributing to the development of internal resources 


To be successful in this role, you will need:

  • Eligible for registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency)
  • A desire and capacity to work with clients with multiple complex barriers to employment
  • A desire to increase your clinical skills and knowledge base
  • A desire to be part of a highly professional allied health team and experience close supervision
  • An ability to communicate with a wide cross-section of the community
  • Initiative, problem solving skills and energy

What is on offer:

  • Face-to-face client hours
  • Potential to meet all the core competencies as per AHPRA guidelines
  • Peer group and individual supervision opportunities 

Want to know more about us? 

Visit www.sarinarusso.com.au

You will be required to complete a police check should you be successful in being appointed to our organisation. 
To be eligible for this position you must have an appropriate visa to work in Australia/New Zealand. 
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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Provisional Psychologist / Behaviour Support Practitioner

ORS

ORS is a large national allied health provider with a strong track record and reputation for providing evidence-based 'services that work' for almost 30 years! We love attracting talented, ambitious, and driven individuals who are looking for an opportunity to grow with and contribute to a business that cares about its people and their ideas. We regularly promote from within, and provide opportunities for exposure to thousands of clients, across various cohorts, working in a multi-disciplinary team. You will be supported by an experienced leadership, corporate, and admin services structure.

Our purpose – to provide ‘services that work”, derives from our desire to ensure that everything we do is evidence-based, focused on achieving customer goals, high quality, effective, and efficient. We live by strong company philosophies, objectives, values, and behaviours to ensure that we continue to be the best at what we do!

If you are passionate improving lives and making a difference through every interaction, we would love to hear from you!

The role:

Join the team in Fyshwick to:

  • Consult and providing positive behavioural support services to people with disability and their service providers/families, in line with an individual’s NDIS plan and goals.
  • Develop effective positive behaviour support plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions.
  • Provide services across different environments including homes, schools, community programs, workplaces, telehealth and/or ORS offices
  • Liaise and network with other allied health professionals and support workers to achieve positive client outcomes through a holistic and supportive approach
  • Provide support and guidance to other staff regarding identification, authorisation and reporting of restrictive practices

Why join ORS?

  • We are a large, national, and growing organisation that prefers to promote people from within; providing many opportunities for career progression and advancement.
  • We are passionate about ensuring our new employees are the best at what they do as quickly as possible, and our intensive induction program, run by our supportive Strategy and Performance team will get you there!
  • Gain knowledge and training from colleagues and leaders with extensive experience and qualifications – some with 20+ years and PHDs.
  • We pay significantly above-average salaries and generous quarterly bonuses for exceeding individual targets.
  • We provide you with all equipment and resources including a laptop, phone, internet, complete workstation setup, and access to an extensive range of online and telephone support.
  • Work within a dedicated multi-disciplinary team of Behaviour Support Practitioners, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physiotherapists, and Exercise Physiologists.
  • Opportunity to provide services to all age groups from children through to older Australians.
  • Extensive support and training to meet realistic performance targets.
  • We encourage people to have fun at work and celebrate achievements through Friday drinks, best practice days, and end of year parties, to name a few!
  • We have an exciting and developing health and wellness program including a $150 health kick reimbursement, fruit at work, EAP, discounted health insurance, annual flu shots, additional paid leave annually, and paid parental leave.
  • We reward our highest performers each month and constantly share best practice examples and good news stories.
  • We provide flexible working conditions such as part-time employment, work from home, and flexible hours.
  • We have a strong and positive reputation within our industry, so you can work for a provider that you can be proud of.
  • Our range of work across various industries and services provides employees with the opportunity to try out and complete the work that they enjoy most.
  • We believe in evaluating our services and engaging in research to benefit the sectors and client groups we work with.
  • Up to $15,000 towards supervision or higher education

 

We want to talk to you if you:

  • Are motivated and inspired to make a difference
  • Are ambitious and keen to continue learning
  • Care about providing exceptional customer service
  • Are passionate about helping people to achieve their goals
  • Communicate effectively and appropriately
  • Are results-orientated and able to meet and exceed targets
  • Are able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Take pride in your work and focus on excellent quality
  • Are flexible and able to work within an ever-changing environment
  • Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment
  • Are passionate about developing and leading people

And have:

  • Experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum disorder and Intellectual Disability and other complex diagnoses 
  • Suitable qualifications to undertake behaviour support assessments (i.e. Psychology or Education)
  • A car and licence
  • A National Police Clearance and Working With Children/Working with Vulnerable People Check (or willingness to obtain one before commencement)

If this sounds like you, we would love you to join our team! Don’t miss this opportunity and apply now!

Click ‘Apply' for this role and attach your Resume and Covering Letter.

 

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please email [email protected], and we can arrange a confidential discussion with the hiring manager.

We are always looking for talented and driven allied health professionals to join our team across NSW, WA, ACT, QLD, and VIC. If you or someone you know is interested in finding out more, please email [email protected] or express your interest through our website.

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Provisional Psychologist

360 Health & Community

  • Part-time Fixed-term contract until 30 June 2021
  • 30.4 hours per fortnight
  • Join a team who actively support the community

At 360 Health + Community (360) we place the client at the centre of our care and provide support in the following areas;

  • Psychological Services and Suicide Prevention
  • NDIS Support Coordination and Therapy Services
  • Street Doctor
  • Chronic Disease Support
  • Aged Care
  • Aboriginal Health
  • headspace (Youth Mental Health)

Being a part of a growing and innovative healthcare organisation that is able to offer support across a large number of healthcare areas throughout WA, you can expect the following benefits;

360 Benefits

  • Attractive hourly rate with opportunities to develop and progress through our salary banding options
  • Salary packaging, salary sacrifice, entertainment cards & novated lease options
  • Access to a number of retail discount vouchers
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Continued Professional Development internal & external training
  • Long service leave options available from 7 years, rather than 10 years
  • Flexible and supportive working culture 

Role Overview

An exciting opportunity is now available for a Provisional Psychologist. This role will be offered on a fixed-term basis. 

The headspace Provisional Psychologist will work under the direction of the headspace Centre Manager, headspace Clinical Lead and with other members of the headspace team, to ensure young people and their families who are seeking support are able to do so in the most coordinated and effective manner possible. The headspace Provisional Psychologist will be a clinical staff member providing focussed psychological strategies and counselling to young people accessing the headspace service. Where directed they will also provide assessment, triaging, interventions, case management and the coordination of clinical information across the service and the wider headspace consortium. The incumbent will work closely and collaboratively with other members of the 360 Health + Community team, the headspace Consortium and the wider community ensuring all activities are in accordance with the Grant Agreement and direction provided by the CEO, headspace Consortium and Youth Reference Group.

Essential Minimum Selection Criteria

  • Full Registration as a Psychologist, Provisional Psychologist, or Clinical Psychologist Experience in providing psychological counselling / interventions to individuals and groups;
  • High level of written communication skills particularly in the development of quality mental health care plans, case notes and report writing;
  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills, to effectively liaise, consult and negotiate with a wide variety of people including patients, GP’s, Psychiatrists, allied health staff and other stakeholders;
  • Ability to provide clinical services to young people and their families in individual and group settings for a range of mental health issues. This would include the ability to provide client assessment, planning, counselling support, case management and other mental health services or programs as well as being able to respond effectively to crisis and high risk situations, when required.
  • Knowledge of psychosocial assessment of clients and referral pathways through a mental health or similar service. This would include the ability to manage and disseminate client information to the headspace clinical team and consortium.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the issues and factors that influence the mental, physical, social and emotional well-being of young people aged 12 to 25 years of age and their families. This would also include an awareness of the range of professionals that work within, or come into contact with, the youth health sector.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment and individually with minimum supervision
  • Demonstrated experience in and understanding the principles of confidentiality, particularly in relation to the handling of patient information;
  • Demonstrated understanding and ability to formulate and utilise outcome measurement tools;
  • Sound computer skills with proficiency in using Microsoft office software and windows operating systems together with skills in use of Mastercare or a willingness to learn;
  • Current driving licence;
  • National Police Check dated within 6 months or willingness to obtain; and
  • Working with Children Check.

Desirable Criteria

  • Experience in direct service provision to young people and their families through a variety of programs and initiatives. This would include a strong understanding of how to work appropriately and effectively with young people aged 12 to 25 years.
  • Self-motivated with ability to display initiative;
  • Participation in the maintenance of a Quality Management System as part of a team;
  • Current knowledge of Occupational Health Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity principles and practices; and
  • Experience working with a diverse range of cultures and individuals.

 

Applications close 7 January 2021 at 1800

To take the next step in your career, submit your CV and covering letter addressing the Selection Criteria via the apply link!

360 Health + Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer who values and encourages diversity within its workforce

360 reserve the right to commence the recruitment process  prior to the nominated closing date

Please be aware that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Louise Nelson
(08) 9376 9200
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Provisional psychologist - new graduate sought for 4+2 program paid position

TMS Clinics Australia

  • Provisional Psychologists Psychologist registration program available at TMS Clinics Australia
  • Paid placement opportunity, supervision and professional development included as part of the role
  • Principal supervision for 4+2 and 5+1, Clinical Psychology Registrar positions included, provided by a clinical psychologist and psychology board approved supervisor 
  • Supportive environment, training and assistance meeting the core competencies and requirements for full registration as a psychologist
  • Group supervision, individual supervision and clinical review meetings to learn from and with other provisional psychologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses and social workers in the organisation
  • Training in administering TMS and opportunity to learn innovative approaches to complex mental health concerns, as well as cognitive behaviour therapy, motivational interviewing, Safeside suicide prevention program and dialectical behaviour therapy included as part of the role. 
  • Opportunity to learn psychometric test administration, scoring and interpretation 
  • Passionate and keen new graduates welcome to apply, and successful applicants will be supported in developing their registration program and along the journey to become a fully registered psychologist.
  • Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
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Psychologist/Provisional Psychologist - Adult Community Mental Health

SA Health

  • Northern Adelaide Local Health Network, Adult Community Mental Health, Salisbury
  • Indicative Total Remuneration: $71,596 - $87,243 p.a. (pro-rata) – AHP1  or $92,051 - $106,480 p.a. (pro-rata) - AHP2 - Temporary Part-Time - 11.25 hours per week, up to the 5 March 2021

AHP1

Under the direct supervision of the Senior Psychologist, the Psychologist/Provisional Psychologist will contribute to the delivery of a comprehensive and integrated range of mental health services, appropriate to the needs of the local community which optimise health outcomes. The position incorporates support and supervision to assist the Provisional Psychologist in the transition from student to professional. The Provisional Psychologist applies clinical experience, clinical knowledge and professional competence to plan, implement and evaluate comprehensive and integrated services to the needs of consumers of the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network.
 
The Provisional Psychologist /Psychologist works collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team, liaises directly with medical, nursing, allied health staff, other community mental health teams, NALHN agencies and with other private providers and community agencies, and applies a range of therapeutic approaches in their work.
 
AHP2
 
The incumbent will apply clinical experience, increasing clinical knowledge and professional competence to plan, implement and evaluate comprehensive and integrated services to the needs of consumers The Psychologist works under limited direct clinical supervision and may provide direction and support to less experienced staff, allied health assistants and students.
 
The Psychologist works collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team and liaises directly with medical, nursing, allied health staff, community mental health teams, NALHN and with other private providers and community agencies.

Providing great opportunity for professional growth in a vibrant multidisciplinary team environment, on offer is the chance to join Northern Adelaide Local Health Network as a  Psychologist in Adult Community Mental Health. Working closely with first class professionals, you will provide assessment and treatment services for consumers of NALHN which aims to optimise health outcomes. You will apply clinical experience, increasing clinical knowledge and professional competence to plan, implement and evaluate comprehensive and integrated services to the needs of consumers of NALHN. Working under limited direct supervision and clinical supervision, you may provide direction and support to less experienced staff, allied health and students. In this integral role, you will work collaboratively with the Allied Health multidisciplinary team and liaise directly with medical and nursing staff of NALHN, and with other community agencies. Being part of Health SA means you will enjoy access to peer consultation opportunities, reduced or no cost continuing professional development (CPD) and opportunities for a range of career pathways.

You must hold an appropriate degree or equivalent qualification and general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia for the AHP 2 role or hold Provisional Registration and be working toward General Registration for the AHP 1 role. You must have demonstrated competency and knowledge in Psychology assessment and treatment techniques. Computer literacy is essential, and you will have the ability to use Microsoft Office and database packages. You will possess well developed communication and interpersonal skills, and be able to work effectively in inter-disciplinary teams.

Provisional Psychologists who are working towards General Registration are encouraged to apply.

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.

Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and compliant Immunisation screening.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.  Job Ref:  739126

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Provisional Psychologist - Berry/Kiama, NSW

Shoalhaven Psychology Services Berry, NSW

Would you like to work in a beautiful location in a supportive professional practice driven by a shared purpose of ‘Making a Difference’? We are looking for provisional psychologists to join us in our practices in Berry and Kiama. 

Shoalhaven Psychology Services have been providing mental health care to the community for 15 years. We have established relationships with local medical centres and referral sources covering all the different pathways to access care.  

What you can expect from us:

  • Clients ready and waiting to be booked in

  • Clinical supervision for free

  • Team peer supervision every 4 weeks

  • Excellent, rewarding and highly supportive career progression 

About the role

You will be part of an amazing team with the opportunity to develop and expand your interests, professionalism and skills. You will be able to provide counselling for couples, children and individuals. We offer a FLEXIBLE environment - available for after hours appointments and a minimum two days a week. 

 

The right person for the job

We are interested in hearing from psychologists with a range of experience with five and up years counselling a diverse population. Culture fit and attitude are the most important attributes for this role - so if you don’t have the years experience apply and tell us why you think you will be the right person for us. Must have current AHPRA registration. 

Don’t miss the opportunity to join this highly motivated team! Please attach a current CV and Cover Letter addressing the essential criteria in the application form below. If you have any questions or would like to have a confidential discussion about the role, please contact the Nursing and Allied Health team at RDN on 02 4924 8000.

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Provisional Psychologist - FT - Armidale

Centacare New England North West

Centacare NENW is currently seeking a Full Time Provisional Psychologist to provide counselling and assessment to a wide range of clients through various programs within Centacare NENW.

 

Who We Are

Centacare NENW is a leading provider of social and community services across the New England North West area. Centacare NENW is proud to provide services across the whole New England North West Region and are currently seeking a full time Provisional Psychologist to join our Clinical Services team in Armidale.

The benefits of working for Centacare NENW

As an employee of Centacare NENW you will have the opportunity to work alongside a committed and professional team within a dynamic and supportive culture, other benefits offered include:

  • Annual leave
  • Paid parental leave
  • Sick/carers leave
  • Superannuation
  • Long Service Leave (10 years)
  • Flexible working arrangements including an ADO [Allocated Day Off]
  • Clinical and non-clinical supervision
  • All supervision to meet AHPRA registration requirements
  • Access to a clinical library
  • Professional Development
  • Employee Assistance Program

In addition to your remuneration, you will enjoy generous tax- free salary packaging benefits where you can package up to $15,900 per annum.

About The Role 

Working as part of our team some key responsibilities include but is not limited to:

  • To select and administer specialist psychological assessments including specialised psychometric assessment (as appropriate), structured observations, clinical interviews, and to interpret and integrate this data.
  • To formulate treatment plans that are specific to each client, based upon an analysis of complex factors contributing to the presentation, and selectively drawing on appropriate conceptual and theoretical models.
  • To deliver evidence based therapeutic treatments, monitoring outcomes drawing on a range of theoretical options. The ability to administer an appropriate risk management plan.
  • To maintain high standards of clinical record keeping and report writing, according to professional and Agency guidelines, including electronic data entry and recording. To ensure that all services provided are acceptable and accessible to the diverse communities which make up the catchment area of Centacare NENW.
  • Adhere to AHPRA Standards and a supervised practice plan; within a 2 year internship completion date.

For further details regarding this position please click on the link to access the position description. /uploads/centacarenenw/files/Position%20Description%20-%20Provisional%20Psychologist.pdf

Opportunities Available

Upon the completion of your internship, full time and part time ongoing contracts are available for successful applicants. 

 

About Our Perfect Candidate

We want to work with people who like to make a difference in a community, are happy to introduce their new skills and ways of thinking as well as have fun in a friendly and professional environment.

Essential Criteria

  • Eligible for registration as a Provisional Psychologist
  • A current NSW Driver's licence and ability to travel as part of the role
  • A current Working with Children Check

Centacare NENW is an equal employment opportunity employer.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Persons and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Would you like to find out more or apply

To apply for this position please click on the below apply link.

Only applicants that submit the following will be considered:

  • A covering letter
  • A statement of claim addressing how you meet the above Essential Criteria and
  • Your resume

For more information or role related queries please contact Nichole Corby on [email protected]

Closing date for applications:  4pm, Wednesday 16th December 2020

Centacare NENW is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and demonstrates a zero tolerance to abuse.

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