Provisional or Registered Psychologist - Camden

Location: Camden South
Discipline: Allied Health
Salary: $95680 to $110
Contact name: Dervla McBreen

Contact email: dervla.mcbreen@curamoir-hr.com.au
Job ref: 24324
Published: 20 days ago
On Offer:
  • Excellent Salary: $46-$54 p/h depending on experience ($95,680- $110,656)
  • Salary packaging options available 
  • Entertainment Benefits are capped at $2,650 per year and include meals and drinks consumed in a restaurant, taxi fares and holiday accommodation.
  • Superannuation Contribution & Access to Salary Sacrifice
  • Flexible working hours with the ability to work from home and in the office
  • A strong and supportive workplace culture.
  • Fully serviced vehicle available where you pay a contribution or access to a pool vehicle
  • Professional development opportunities of up to $1500 per year plus up to 3 days paid PID leave.
  • Paid day off on your birthday!
  • Job satisfaction - helping to make a difference in people's lives.

The Role:

Our client are seeking a dynamic and experienced Psychologist to join their team. You will provide vital knowledge and support to enhance the quality of life for our clients, including children, young people, and individuals with disabilities. As an integral member of our team, you will play a crucial role in promoting positive outcomes and ensuring adherence to relevant legislation and best practices.

Our client are dedicated to empowering individuals within the community through integrated services and employment opportunities. Their mission is to make a positive impact on the lives of children, young people, and individuals with disabilities. They strive to uphold values of integrity, respect, collaboration, compassion, and being people-focused. 
 

Key Responsibilities:

Client Support: Offer efficient assistance to clients, setting clear stakeholder expectations, and creating timely interventions.

Assessment and Analysis: Conduct thorough assessments and analysis to craft personalized support strategies focused on enhancing clients' quality of life.

Stakeholder Collaboration: Work with stakeholders to develop and execute support plans that meet client needs and organisational goals.

Communication: Maintain accurate communication, both written and verbal, to ensure the successful implementation of strategies and plans.

Team Collaboration: Collaborate within a team environment to foster best practices and achieve positive outcomes for clients.


Essential Criteria:

Psychological Qualifications: Possess tertiary qualifications in Psychology and either hold current Provisional or Full Registration with the Psychology Board of Australia or be eligible for registration.

Experience: Demonstrated effectiveness in working with diverse populations including children, young people, and adults with disabilities or complex behavioral needs.

Therapeutic Knowledge: Knowledgeable in strengths-based practice, trauma-informed care, and family-centered approaches to support clients effectively.

Collaboration: Ability to collaborate across different levels of organisational management and work cohesively as part of a team.

Analytical and Organizational Skills: Strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills to assess and address client needs effectively.

Computer Proficiency: Proficient in using computer software programs such as Microsoft Office for documentation and communication purposes.

Certifications: Hold current certifications including First Aid Certificate, NSW Driver's license, Working With Children Check, and NDIS Worker Screening Check, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and standards.

For a confidential discussion about this role, please contact Dervla McBreen on 0452583374 or send a copy of your resume to : Dervla.mcbreen@Curamoir-hr.com.au