Psychologist

at  Sugarman Group

Australia, , Australia - 00000

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Description:

  • Paediatric Psychologist
  • Children and Families
  • Not for profit, salary packaging
  • Salary Negotiable dependant on experience
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Location: Sydney metropolitan area
  • Full-Time Permanent opportunities
    Opportunity available for a passionate Psychologist to join a trans-disciplinary team in a permanent position providing support to families in the local communities.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS (EXPERIENCE IN)

  • A University degree in Psychology, and registration with the Psychology Board of Australia
  • Sound knowledge and experience in paediatric psychology, Counselling families and Conducting a range of formal paediatric assessments
  • Experience delivering therapeutic programs within natural learning environments e.g. centre, home, educational and community-based settings
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a culturally diverse community
  • Current driver’s licence and access to a vehicle
    Please contact: amanda.hunt@sugarmangroup.com.au with an updated resume to register your interest and have that initial discussion. I look forward to hearing from you.

Responsibilities:

ABOUT THE ROLE:

  • Delivering a range of clinical psychology services to children and implementing family-centred therapeutic and behaviour management programs.
  • Supporting children with additional needs, including those with ASD and their families.
  • Trans-disciplinary team, the successful Psychologist will be responsible for ensuring the provision of psychology and support services to families who have a child with additional needs.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Address specific mental health needs of children
  • Positive Behaviour Support services to address childrens behaviours of concern
  • Participating in trans-disciplinary practice within the team and consultations
  • Maintaining a high degree of professional awareness in regard to current evidence-based best practice and research in the field, and ensuring the application of these principles at all times
  • Maintaining a clinical caseload
  • Completing and complying with all relevant reporting and record keeping associated with clients accessing the services of the Clinical Psychologist under the NDIS, Medicare etc


REQUIREMENT SUMMARY

Min:N/AMax:5.0 year(s)

Hospital/Health Care

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Health Care

Graduate

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Proficient

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Australia, Australia