ABOUT THE ROLEThe focus of the role is providing assessment and diagnostic services to support children with developmental, behavioural, learning and mental health difficulties. Our comprehensive and highly skilled multi-disciplinary team includes psychology, psychiatry, paediatrics, speech pathology, occupational therapy, social work and dietetics.Services are delivered through a combination of onsite appointments at Manly and telehealth appointments. There may also be opportunities to participate in multi-disciplinary outreach trips to rural and remote communities.If desired, there is the option of carrying a psychology therapy caseload, providing services to rural and remote children via telehealth.You will have access to individual and group supervision and professional development opportunities within our community of more than 20 psychologists. Training, support and resources are provided to support clinicians with telehealth delivery.The role accommodates flexible working arrangements including the ability to work for home. Applicants will need to be able to regularly work onsite at Manly to accommodate face to face sessions. For part-time applicants, a minimum availability of three days a week is required. YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCEEssential Criteria:Accredited postgraduate Masters or Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology or Neuropsychology and full registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Experience in providing psychological assessment and diagnosis of children of varying ages including administration of Weschler assessments and questionnaires assessing developmental, behavioural, social and emotional concerns.Experience providing services via telehealth and the capacity to work from home.Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.Ability to work effectively both independently and as a member of a multidisciplinary team.This role has been identified as a ‘Category A employee’ and requires protection against vaccine specified preventable diseases including Covid-19.The successful applicant will be required to provide a current Working with Children Check, NDIS Clearance Check and Police Check.Desirable Criteria:Experience working in a multidisciplinary teamTraining and experience in administering the Autism-Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) and Griffiths assessments.Experience providing therapy to children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.Experience providing clinical services via telehealth.An understanding of trauma informed practice and experience delivering trauma informed services.
JORA • Manly, Australia