As Psychologist, Team Leader you will have the opportunity to provide clinical supervision and mentorship to a small and highly skilled team of Psychologists across services supporting people who have experienced complex trauma. Additionally, you will work as part of a supportive and collaborative wider team providing guidance and clinical support across a diverse / complex set of services and programs.
Bringing your strong clinical experience & background in complex trauma within Disability, Mental Health, and OOHC services. In this role reporting to the Regional Manager of Complex Services, you continue to develop your own clinical skills while being supported to further developed your leadership style and skills set.
- Mentor and provide supervision support to a passionate team of Psychologists.
- Autonomous and flexible environment. Full time role based in Bankstown, Sydney
Main responsibilities of the role.
- Provide clinical supervision and mentorship to a small clinical team.
- Ensure delivery of evidence-based and innovative therapeutic clinical services for customers
- Develop and manage the delivery of training of staff, both to internal and external which is relevant and of high value to participants.
- With support from the Regional Manger work towards implementing strategic initiatives as part of strategic plan.
- Liaise with staff at all levels in local health districts, correctional offices and other public bodies to develop and maintain collaborative relationships.
- In consultation with Senior Program Managers and Regional Manager, develop options for partnership/strategic alliances to maximise the variety of services and product options the organisation can deliver.
- 2+ years of experience as a Psychologist within disability, OOHC and mental health services
- Full Registration with the Psychologist Board of Australia. Must be able to provide clinical supervision.
- Have sound understanding of issues affecting people who have experienced complex trauma in their lives, behaviour of concern including offending behaviour and who may present complex mental health issues.
- A passion for sharing clinical knowledge, with the ability to mentor and add value to the clinical development of a team of Psychologist.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Valid Driver's License and willingness to travel interstate.
- Hold a NSW Working with Children Check and be willing to undergo pre-employment police check
If this sounds like the role for you please click ‘APPLY’ to send your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your experience and reason for application addressed to Chloe Barton or email your application to Chloe@beaumontpeople.com.au. Please feel free to call to discuss on 04 2616 1985 / 02 91339322