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Psychologist – Behaviour Support Team Leader

Job details

Location: NSW
Discipline:
Reference: Ad-5060
Posted: 3 months ago

Job description

Our Client

Part of a larger group, our client has the capabilities of a large organisation, with family values and flexibility at the heart of their work. With the ability to deliver a wide range of allied health services across the age span, they continue to provide expert care within the community.

What is in it for you?

  • Work life balance, with a manageable caseload
  • Competitive salary package - $115,000 - $120,000 + Super + Travel
  • Join the billable hours bonus scheme
  • Clinical support hours, opportunities to further develop your expertise
  • Career advancement within a large organisation – genuine progression opportunities and a culture of promoting within the business
  • Work with a talented multidisciplinary team – OT’s, SP’s, Psychologists

Your Opportunity

Work with young people with developmental and psychological issues within NDIS framework. Your leadership skills will flourish, managing a small team. Keeping your own caseload, you will work to case manage complex cases between your team.

  • Conduct Functional Behaviour Assessments
  • Determine effective intervention strategies to address challenging behaviours.
  • Interpret clinical observations, reports and data to develop behaviour management plans
  • Liaise with stakeholders to ensure the clients goals within NDIS are met.
  • Clinical support to junior psychologists, case review and problem solving.

About you

  • AHPRA Registered Psychologist OR Cert IV in Disability
  • Prior experience in support coordination, case management, plan management, disability support work
  • Passion and excellent working within the disability community
  • Experience working with families of children with a disability
  • Current WWCC and Police Check

How to Apply

Please send your resume through to holly@charterhousemedical.com or call Holly Evans on 02 9641 2491 for a confidential discussion.