Care Tasmania, a large not for profit community care organisations, has
established a new business unit called My Psychology Tasmania. Our aim is to provide a general psychological
practice and to become a leading provider of therapeutic supports to the NDIS
in Tasmania. We are located in Burnie on the beautiful North West Coast of
Tasmania, 1.45hrs from Launceston, 4hrs from Hobart but only a 45min flight from
Melbourne. The community is eclectic and increasingly diverse, allowing
practitioners to work with a range of clients and presentations. We have
numerous referral sources and contracts, including National Disability
Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Work Cover, & GP Referrals. We are also intending
to provide medico-legal assessments as part of our Tidswell Consulting
Vocational Services business unit.
registered Psychologist with Approved area of practice - Clinical Psychology
Psychology / Counselling
behavioural management plan review
cognitive based therapy
Rehabilitation Assessment and reports
Legal reports and court and tribunal presentations as required
of the My Psychology Tasmania Practice including supervision of other
Psychologists in the practice
case notes and reporting as required by Medicare and other funding bodies
- $109,000 base salary per annum
a newly established practice that is safe, supportive and encouraging.
indemnity insurance covered.
terms and conditions including “Not For Profit” salary packaging.
Association fees paid.
working hours to suit your needs.
administration support including accounting and claiming.
furnished consulting room to suit your needs
for ongoing study and continuous professional development
part of a highly regarded and established Community Care provider
information and a Position Description please contact Douglass Doherty Chief
Executive Officer at email@example.com
Applications close Monday 13th January 2019.
To work with us you must have:
registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
- A National Police Check with no precludable offences
- A current Working With Children (WWC) Check/Registration