The Principal Practitioner will contribute to the growth, development
and continuous improvement of therapeutic clinical services, delivery practice
quality and the professional culture of the client facing workforce delivering
services to children, youth and families across the organisation.
This position is a member of the Senior Management Team.
The Principal Practitioner will work in partnership with programs and
external stakeholders in the management of complex children, youth and family
cases and provide specialist expertise and assistance, case consultancy and
review, promote and deliver reflective and evidence based practice, and develop
and deliver therapeutic practice training across the organisation.
To be successful in this role you will have:
Relevant tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work or a related discipline and Post Graduate qualifications/training in relevant child, adolescent and family clinical practice, family work and systemic thinking.
Evidence of leadership experience in Clincial Services or a related function.
Evidence of specialist practice knowledge and application of an area relevant to work with traumatised and vulnerable children, young people and families including but not limited to;
Evidence of a well-developed understanding of Attachment and Trauma theories and an ability to assist others in understanding and applying these theories to practice.
Established high level ability to provide secondary consultation, training and advice to clinicians, other professionals, staff and carers
refer to the full key selection criteria located in the position description
before applying for the role.