Occupational Therapist or Psychologist
- : Australian Childhood Trauma Group
- : 13-Aug-2020
- : Fitzroy VIC 3065
FULL TIME/PART TIME (0.6 EFT/0.8 EFT)
Location: 3 ST DAVID STREET, FITZROY
Australian Childhood Trauma Group specialises in working with children and families that experience mental health issues and disability. We provide therapeutic support services to government and nongovernment agencies, schools and individuals.
Our vision is a world where the risk of complex trauma is eliminated, and survivors have access to effective services without prejudice.
We are committed to being a child safe organisation and take child protection seriously. As an employee of the Australian Childhood Trauma Group you are required to meet the behaviour standards outlined in our Child Safety Code of Conduct. If you are successful you will receive a copy of this code as part of your induction. You may request to view the code prior to being interviewed for this position.
Working with the ACT Group, you will gain
• Opportunities to develop specialist clinical skills
• Opportunity to work in various practice settings, gaining experience in schools, outreach, private counselling, assessments and more
• Supportive team environment with a strong focus on building positive team culture
• Opportunities to take a holistic approach to care and do broader systems work
• Opportunities to engage with children, young people and their families and provide intervention in creative and collaborative ways
• Ongoing professional development, and internal supervision opportunities
• Flexible working arrangements, with part time hours and work from home arrangements facilitated
Academic qualifications & position requirements
• A qualifying degree in Social work, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, or Speech Therapy
• Current Driver’s Licence
• Hold a valid Working with Children Check or able to apply as required.
• Hold a Criminal Records Checks or willing to undergo CRC as required
• Travel and conduct outreach work in schools, family homes and other community settings, as required Work experience & skills Essential
• Experience in the workforce in the fields of health, disability, education or social services
• Experience conducting functional assessments and implementing Positive Behavioural support plans that are in line with NDIS requirements
• Experience working with systemic interventions
• Critical thinking and analytical skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Excellent formal report writing skills
• Proactive problem-solving skills
• Excellent computer skills including all Microsoft office applications Desirable
• Knowledge and/or experience in trauma informed care,
• Experience in training and group facilitation
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