Part-time 15.2 hours per week
Fixed Contract to 30/06/20 - possibility to extend
About the Role
The Clinical Psychologist will provide psychological support and therapy to young people aged 12-25 accessing headspace Geelong services. This role will also provide direct clinical supervision to Psychology students undertaking placement with headspace Geelong.
The key objectives of this role are to:
- Provide developmentally appropriate and evidence based mental health counselling and support for young people with a range of emerging and ongoing mental health concerns.
- Support and manage an active case load of young people with a focus on achieving sustainable outcomes.
- Provide family and friend inclusive support.
- Participate in clinical service collaboration, service coordination and headspace model development and review activities.
- Provide clinical supervision to Clinical Psychology students undertaking a placement with headspace Geelong
To view the Position Description, please click here.
- PhD or Masters of Clinical Psychology qualification with AHPRA registration as a Psychologist with a minimum of 3 years’ experience.
- Current Board Approved Supervisor (BAS) status in order to provide clinical supervision to Masters of Clinical Psychology students.
- Demonstrated experience in private practice or tertiary mental health services with demonstrated experience in working with young people with a diverse range of needs.
- Current Victorian driver’s license
- Understanding of the purpose and expectations of the Victorian Child Safe Standards and demonstrated commitment to contributing to a child safe organisation in both practice and culture.
The Application Process
Applicants must address each of the Selection Criteria outlined in the respective Position Description and provide a current Résumé in order to be considered.
Applications to be submitted by email at email@example.com
Successful applicants will be required to provide a current Working with Children Check and undergo a National Police Check prior to commencement.
BCYF is committed to providing a safe and friendly environment for children and young people.
BCYF is an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities or applicants with a lived experience of disability to apply. Reasonable adjustments will be made for people with disabilities where operationally viable.