Clinical Psychologist- Karratha
As a Clinical Psychologist, you will play a vital role in assessing, diagnosing, and treating mental health, behavioural and emotional disorders with a paediatric caseload.
If you have a passion for helping children and want to make a difference in family units as a whole, we welcome you to apply for this rewarding role.
What’s in it for you?
Salary: Full-time Positions starting at $80,000- $120,000 annually + Super
- Flexible workplace arrangements – 9-day fortnight/rostered days off/part time options
- Additional 1-week leave after 12 months of service.
- Paid Professional Development Leave – up to 3 days paid leave (pro-rata)
- Scholarships available – on acceptance of applications and dependant on eligibility criteria. Up to $10,000 per annum.
- Structured clinical supervision – regular line management supervision, regular clinical supervision, peer supervision, multi/trans-disciplinary training workshops every 6 weeks, plus weekly whole team meetings.
- Professional growth and development -an environment of continuous and lifelong learning
- Resources – use of work laptop, work mobile phone and vehicle (to attend appointments)
- Relocation assistance & accommodation support
- Access to quality Employee Assistance Program (EAP) providing free sessions with qualified psychologists to help improve mental health and overall wellbeing.
- Work in a multidisciplinary team (over 200 years of combined experience) to support the needs of children and their families.
- Career progression opportunities with a ‘promote within’ culture.
- Structured ‘end of term’ social events
As a clinical psychologist your responsibilities will include:
- Provide assessment and diagnosis of mental health disorders as well as assessment and diagnosis of neurodevelopmental/intellectual and learning (dis)ability.
- Perform psychological assessments to appraise cognitive, emotional, and behavioural functioning of children and their families.
- Analysis of client needs to provide individual, group and team interventions and the development of treatment programs using culturally appropriate and evidence-based practice.
- Safe and ethical implementation of evidence-based therapies.
- Advise and consult with Mental Health Team staff on psychological aspects of casework and interventions.
- Engage in multi-disciplinary discussions to ensure best practice and quality intervention planning.
- Provide supervision, mentoring and facilitation of skill development to the Mental Health Team as required.
What we need from you:
- Two years’ experience post-graduate degree in clinical or counselling psychology or approved equivalent
- General Registration with APHRA
- Demonstrated experience in supervision and support for staff and/or students.
- Ability to work in a cross-cultural setting considering the social determinants, particularly as they relate to Aboriginal Health and Culture.
- Ability to apply for Medicare provider number. (desirable)
- Availability to travel across the region, including overnight stays (desirable)
- Evidence of current professional registration
- Current NDIS Worker Screening Check
- Current Working with Children Check
- Current C Class drivers’ licence
Overall, working with Talent Quarter as a clinical psychologist is an excellent opportunity to grow your career, make a difference in the lives of others.
If you’re Interested, Please ‘Apply now ‘or if you want more information feel free to contact Tori our dedicated consultant @Talent Quarter.
Email: [email protected]
Or Phone: 086 388 0713
We look forward to working with you and creating your new and exciting job opportunity.