Senior Clinical Psychologist - Rural And Drought Psychology Program
- : Western NSW Local Health District
- : 27-Sep-2020
- : All Sydney NSW
About the opportunity
The Senior Clinical Psychologist - Rural and Drought Psychology Program will be clinically leading in the provision of quality telehealth and some outreach psychology services across the rural and remote regions of our health district to individuals and families effected by drought and other related adverse events.
This position will work as the clinical leader of a team of two full-time Psychologists and a part-time Allied Health Assistant and reports to the Allied Health Service based in Orange.
What we can offer you
- Country living with a meaningful career path
- Paid leave entitlements
- Allowances as per the relevant Award
- Monthly ADOs for full time staff
- Generous salary packaging options and other fringe benefits
- Flexible work practices (as appropriate to the position and negotiated with your manager)
- Corporate wellbeing programs, including the Fitness Passport
- Opportunities for learning and development, including in-house training with My Health Learning and the NSW Health RTO
- Professional growth and accelerated career progression
Where you'll be working
Location of this position is negotiable across Western NSW Local Health District. For more information on living and working in our beautiful region, visit our website Western NSW Health Careers.
Our Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Services are a critical part of the care we deliver to our local communities. We are at the forefront in the delivery of rural and remote mental health, drug and alcohol services across a catchment area of 400,000 square kilometres with the regional centres of Dubbo, Orange and Bathurst as hubs to provide services both locally and to our more rural and remote towns.
Our vision is to be leaders in the delivery of high quality rural and remote mental health, drug and alcohol services.
With an early intervention and recovery focus, we place the person at the centre of care. We consider individual strengths and value Aboriginal cultural competency in providing evidence-based treatment. We engage in important service partnerships to increase the resilience of individuals, families and communities, aiming to enhance the mental health, social and emotional wellbeing of our local communities.
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