in a brand new, purpose-designed building
and group supervision provided
working arrangements (including ability to work from home).
travel with bus, ferry and parking options
Far West is a non-government organisation based in Manly, which provides
multidisciplinary health and wellbeing services for children from rural and
remote Australia with developmental, behavioural, learning and mental health
are passionate about helping children from rural and remote Australia, we
believe that every child has the right to access the services they need to
thrive and grow, no matter where they live. We have devoted and engaging staff
that help us achieve this. We go the extra mile to help and work with children
so they can have a better quality of life. Our goal is to increase our offering
and by 2020 to help 15,000 children per year.
ABOUT THE ROLES
to the Psychology Team Leaders, Clinical Psychologists are a critical part of
our multi-disciplinary assessment and telehealth service that provides support
to some of the most vulnerable and remote communities in Australia.
will be part of a team of more than 15 Clinical Psychologists working alongside
Developmental Paediatricians, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, Occupational
Therapists, Social Workers and Speech Pathologists to deliver quality,
integrated, multi-disciplinary paediatric assessment and telehealth services.
will have access to individual and group supervision, professional development
opportunities, flexible working arrangements including an option to work from
are currently recruiting for multiple positions (full-time and / or part-time) to
provide tele-psychology services. These positions would be well suited to
parents looking for highly flexible work arrangements including the ability to
work from home.
Paediatric Development Program
are currently recruiting for multiple positions (full-time and / or part-time)
to be part of a multi-disciplinary team. This team provides assessment and
diagnosis to children from rural and remote communities and works within our brand
new, purpose-designed building in Manly. There are also opportunities to work
some hours from home.
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
postgraduate Masters or Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology.
registration with the Psychology Board of Australia with a relevant area of
endorsement in Clinical Psychology or working towards the same.
years experience relevant to the position applied for.
in delivering psychological therapy via telehealth.
ability to adapt therapeutic interventions to children with diverse needs.
role has been identified as a ‘Category A employee’ and requires protection
against vaccine specified preventable diseases.
successful applicant will be required to provide a current Working with
supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia.
understanding of trauma informed practice and delivering trauma informed services.
in practice improvement/ program development
ability to administer Griffiths-3, Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-2.
and experience working with evidence-based therapy programs such as Cool Kids,
Stop-Think-Do or Secret Agent Society.
to participate in outreach trips.