Position Number: 206197
Level/Salary: Specified Callings Psychologists Level 3, $108,533 - $119,969 p.a. (PSGO CSA GA 2017)
Work Type: Permanent - Full Time
Closing Date: 2019-02-04 4:00 PM
As an employer of choice, the Western Australia Police Force (WA Police Force) has a number of benefits to offer that can enrich your employment experience.
In addition to your agreed salary and employer superannuation contributions, the WA Police Force offers stability, growth and learning opportunities, work-life balance opportunities, flexible leave options, salary packaging and a fit for life program.
- Would you like to be part of a dedicated team that supports and contributes to the overall well-being of the WA Police Force community?
- Are you looking for a stimulating role that will facilitate continuous learning and development as a psychologist regardless of where you are in your career?
As a Clinical Psychologist in WA Police Force you will carry a counselling case load that will give you diversity in applying and furthering your intervention and support skills. You will also conduct psychological assessments of those in special and high risk areas and you will be called upon to provide support to officers involved in critical incidents. Providing training to and education of the workforce on a range of topics related to psychological well-being also form part of the role.
Additional information about the opportunity can be found in the Position Description Form (link below) or you can contact Mr Gerard Erasmus on 6229 5615
We welcome applications from individuals who:
- Possess an accredited Masters, Doctorate or equivalent degree in Clinical Psychology
- Are registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia with endorsement in Clinical Psychology
This position provides special psychological assessments, interventions and support as well as critical incident stress management services to Western Australia Police Force (WA Police Force) personnel and their families. Provides a special advisory and consultancy service to supervisors, managers and other relevant personnel concerning the welfare of WA Police Force personnel. Liaises with other public sector agencies and private providers concerning ongoing services for personnel and develops and contributes to Agency health and welfare policies and programs. Prepares professional assessment reports, treatment plans and recommendations.
To access information about this position please visit www.jobs.wa.gov.au. If you are unable to access this website please telephone (08) 6229 5772 during business hours (8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday). No faxed, late or pro-forma applications will be accepted.
Closing date: Monday, 4 February 2019 at 4:00pm WST. Please note: Faxed, late or pro-forma applications will not be accepted.