Full Job Description
Roles & Responsibilities:
Our client is an allied health clinic that primarily provides assessment and intervention to clients across a range of ages. They provide a flexible and well supported work environment with a focus on peer-learning, functional therapy, evidence-based-practice and providing a functional and holistic approach to our clients.
Due to the exciting growth, they are looking for a Psychologist and offer exciting, flexible, and full of variety responsibilities. You would suit this role if you are looking for a position to work with paediatric clients or a combination of paediatric clients and teenagers. As a Psychologist, you will be responsible for:
- Assessing the needs and coaching clients and caregivers to provide short- and long-term strategies to support child development.
- Providing consultative support to families.
- Providing assessment and therapy to clients who are experiencing, including but not exclusive to: ADHD, ASD, challenging behaviours, anxiety, depression, OCD, grief and loss, and trauma.
- Working collaboratively with families and professionals (within the centre and from other organisations)
- Planning, implementing and evaluating therapy and intervention services for individuals and their families.
- Preparing reports for assessments & NDIS/Medicare requirements.
- Flexible hours.
- Annual professional development budget.
- Weekly Individual peer support or supervision.
- Weekly Allied Health Team meeting
- 2 additional “well-being” personal leave days per year are on offer for outstanding performance.
- 1 week for observation when joining the clinic
- Bonus scheme when exceed your KPI’s
- 1 MacBook and 1 phone (if required).
- An admin team to support you for bookings, invoicing, contacting clients and ad hoc.
- Access to Employee Assist Program (EAP). EAP Assist is Australia’s leading Employee Assistance Program provider with immediate confidential counseling support & advice services to all employees working throughout Australia.
- VISA Sponsorship is available to suitable candidates
- A tertiary qualification in Psychology
- Valid Australian Working Rights
- Current GENERAL AHPRA registration
- Minimum 2 years of experience
- Experience working within the NDIS system (desirable)
- Experience working with kids
- Proficient skills in complex assessment and report writing
- MUST have a WWCC and NDIS Worker Screening Check
- Have a valid Australian Driver License and Car
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