Location: Regional NSW
Area: Wollongong, Illawarra and South Coast
Worktype: Contract
Salary: $90,000 - $120,000 per annum

Our client is located in Wollongong CBD affirms the LGBTQI+ community and provides support to adolescents and adults struggling with mental health issues. Their values prioritise fostering autonomy, resilience, respect, hope, and empowerment while also emphasizing safety, understanding, and flexibility. Their aim is to help individuals create a fulfilling life.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Deliver high-quality support and interventions to adolescents and adults using evidence-based methods
  • Provide clinical services to individuals, couples, and families, as needed
  • Engage in regular trauma-focused professional development, as well as training in your relevant scope of practice
  • Liaise with relevant professionals, including but not limited to psychologists, teachers, GPs, psychiatrists, paediatricians, case managers, and social workers
  • Have the opportunity for flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, if preferred
  • Develop your interests and skills through frequent group and peer supervision opportunities
  • Collaborate, respect, and support a team of like-minded clinicians
  • Engage in constructive case formulations and treatment planning, thereby providing individually tailored, personalised, and high-quality care
  • Great Remuneration
  • Flexibility in your work hours. Work 1-4 days per week!
  • Career progression and professional development
  • Monthly team- building activities
  • Opportunity to upskill within areas of interest to you
  • Supportive and inclusive team
Essential Criteria:
  • Registration with AHPRA
  • Eligibility for a Medicare Provider Number
  • A recent Working with Children’s Check (or the ability to obtain one prior to commencement)
  • Ability to work independently with a willingness and desire to be part of a growing team
  • A commitment to participating in internal and external professional development
  • Experience in evidence-based methods and an inclination to learn advanced techniques as needed

Additional Information 
  • A number of probity checks are required including holding a current working with children and undertaking a National police checks.
Why partner with abrs to secure your next role?  
Our values aren’t just things we believe in. They’re our entire foundation.
They’re the very reason we exist, and the reason we’ve returned every single cent of profit we’ve earned to charity.

Abrs is Australia’s only charity owned not for profit recruitment agency with 100% of our net revenue returned to fund programs that assist children, youth and families.
When you engage with abrs to secure your next career move you are participating in an ethical recruitment process that funds programs in the charity space.
Choosing abrs means you are helping us to help some of the most disadvantaged in our communities
To apply hit APPLY NOW as we will be shortlisting for this position soon.

For a confidential discussion OR to find out more about the role please call Jade Brazendale on 0482 182 601 or Connect on LinkedIn to stay up to date with all our vacancies

Date Posted: 24/05/2023 09:26 AM

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