Senior Psychologist

Key specifications

  • Ref No. - FWSSHBCJUN04
  • Listed: 17 Jun 2024
  • Sydney
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • Competitive salary + super + leave loading + salary packaging 
  • Flexible working arrangements 
  • Join a well respected, well known organisation 
  
About the organisation 

This organisation boasts over 2 decades of improving the lives of their clients and community through a person centered approach. Established by families who sought after more involvement within their children's programs. The team pride themselves on providing life changing services and supports for children and young people living with disability or developmental delay, their families and carers.  Due to strong organisational growth they are now seeking a Senior Registered Psychologist to join and lead their growing team! 
  
Benefits 
  • Excellent remuneration package on offer based on experience + leave loading + salary packaging - increase your take home pay. 
  • 1 week of additional paid leave. 
  • Work within a close knit multidisciplinary team.
  • Internal supervision and professional development, including regular 1:1 and group supervision.
  • Career development & advancement opportunities outlined.
  • Specific training and support to develop key skills within your area of practice. 
  • EAP provided.
  • Flexible working arrangements - providing work life balance.
  • Access to vehicle novated leasing and discount program options.
  • Staff conferences, team building exercises, social events & more.

Key responsibilities
  • Work within a multidisciplinary team to help empower the children and their families to reach their goals 
  • Identify and implement intervention approaches and strategies that are evidence based, holistic, client-centred and outcome driven. 
  • Utilise & provide a range of assessment tools & techniques. 
  • Plan, deliver & evaluate a range of psychology services which build on strengths, needs & priorities & meet quality service standards.
  • Support clients & other stakeholders to develop & review support plans.
  • Advocate for clients, their carers and families to enable choice and decision making that supports independence and quality of life.

Selection criteria
  • Relevant experience & passion for working with children, adolescents & their families. 
  • The ability to develop & deliver therapy based programs & assessments. 
  • Registered with AHPRA as a Registered Psychologist. 
  • NDIS experience. 
  • Drivers licence & registered vehicle. 
  • Working with Children Check. 
  • Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination (including boosters) or valid exemption. 
   
How to apply 
  
Shortlisting & interviews will commence ASAP. 
  
Please click APPLY now or if you would like further information, please contact Bridget on 0426 904 242 / bridget@fwss.com.au - All conversations will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
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