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    • blacktown, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000, per year, Based on Experience
    • full-time
    Shaping the World of WorkSenior PsychologistThe Senior Psychologist provides high level psychological expertise which is tailored to the specific needs of individuals at this Western Sydney Facility. This enables the facility to increase the chances of positively changing individuals lives and creating better outcomes for them and the community. Role overviewThe expertise that the Senior Psychologist will provide includes initial assessment, consultation and interventions for various and complex mental health issues. Being a self-motivated individual, the Senior Psychologist will engage in self-reflective practices in order to provide effective treatment to individuals. This role possesses assertiveness and confidence in dealing with individuals who may exhibit challenging behaviours. The Senior Psychologist brings excellent communication and time management skills to meet the demands of a complex workload. Primary accountabilities and key deliverables:Case management, interventions, healthImplement and uphold governance policies and processes, ensuring the provision of high-level oversight for all key quality, safety and custodial measuresPerform assessments (including criminogenic) on individuals as appropriate and with responsivity scoringBe an active contributor to the organisation’s Safer Custody Strategy and associated action planEnsure that agreed treatment service targets are met, appropriately monitored and reportedStaff managementOversee staff to ensure that each individual receives a holistic and targeted level of case management and the required supportAct as a positive, effective role model for all staff, modelling the organisation’s best practice principlesRehabilitationSupport rehabilitation, which includes helping individuals to establish the skills necessary to manage their mental health.Engage individuals with respect and humanity, including but not limited to speaking and acting respectfully, recognising individual strengths, being realistic about the difficulty of change, building and sustaining hope, and encouraging progressModel, mentor, coach and encourage prosocial behaviour in interpersonal interactions, negotiation and conflict resolution.TeamworkActively lead in cultivating a culture of respect, humanity, safety and security throughout the Facility.Engage and drive continuous improvement by exhibiting proactive thinking, accepting accountability, documenting information, and contributing ideas and innovations to improve performanceAct with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct and our corporate values of Integrity, Ingenuity, Collaboration and ChallengePromote a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassmentCreate and keep full and accurate records of work-related activities, transactions and decisionsHealth, Safety & EnvironmentEnsure that safety and risk awareness are paramount when undertaking all dutiesComply with the organisation's Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Health, Safety and Environment management systems, including all statutory obligationsAct as a role model for a positive health, safety and environment culture, and encourage other staff and individuals to do the same.Role RequirementsTo be successful in this position, you must demonstrate the following experience, skills, personal attributes and qualifications.ExperienceAHPRA RegistrationMasters Qualification in Psychology Clinical experience working in a correctional or institutional settingSkills and attributesLeadership – Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and individualsJudgment – Display sound judgment in responding to risks, threats and incidents, including reporting or escalating issues as required, and managing sensitive situations and information appropriatelyCommunication – Communicate verbally and in writing in a manner that is pro-social, appropriate for the audience, clear, thorough and effectiveInterpersonal aptitude – Demonstrate empathy, cultural understanding and the abilities to connect, build appropriate relationships, influence, negotiate and navigate interpersonal differences with individuals, peers and othersConflict and incident management – Accurately assess conflict and incident situations, make effective judgements, and apply knowledge of best practices and defined policies and procedures to de-escalate and manage conflicts and incidentsResilience – Show adaptability, perseverance and courage in achieving required objectives under pressure and in the face of challengesAccountability – Take ownership, pro-actively achieve objectives and continuously improve.QualificationsMust obtain appropriate security clearances from New South Wales Police and Correctional Services New South WalesMust meet the physical requirements of the role and pass a functional fitness and health assessment; due to the demands of the role, applicants who consume alcohol excessively, abuse prescription drugs or consume illicit substances are unsuitableMust obtain and maintain a First Aid accreditation in the form of a current Statement of Attainment for HLTAID003 Provide First AidMust possess, or be willing to working towards, a supervisory qualification for clinical supervision of the PsychologistHow to apply: To kick start your career with a leading healthcare company,connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Shaping the World of WorkSenior PsychologistThe Senior Psychologist provides high level psychological expertise which is tailored to the specific needs of individuals at this Western Sydney Facility. This enables the facility to increase the chances of positively changing individuals lives and creating better outcomes for them and the community. Role overviewThe expertise that the Senior Psychologist will provide includes initial assessment, consultation and interventions for various and complex mental health issues. Being a self-motivated individual, the Senior Psychologist will engage in self-reflective practices in order to provide effective treatment to individuals. This role possesses assertiveness and confidence in dealing with individuals who may exhibit challenging behaviours. The Senior Psychologist brings excellent communication and time management skills to meet the demands of a complex workload. Primary accountabilities and key deliverables:Case management, interventions, healthImplement and uphold governance policies and processes, ensuring the provision of high-level oversight for all key quality, safety and custodial measuresPerform assessments (including criminogenic) on individuals as appropriate and with responsivity scoringBe an active contributor to the organisation’s Safer Custody Strategy and associated action planEnsure that agreed treatment service targets are met, appropriately monitored and reportedStaff managementOversee staff to ensure that each individual receives a holistic and targeted level of case management and the required supportAct as a positive, effective role model for all staff, modelling the organisation’s best practice principlesRehabilitationSupport rehabilitation, which includes helping individuals to establish the skills necessary to manage their mental health.Engage individuals with respect and humanity, including but not limited to speaking and acting respectfully, recognising individual strengths, being realistic about the difficulty of change, building and sustaining hope, and encouraging progressModel, mentor, coach and encourage prosocial behaviour in interpersonal interactions, negotiation and conflict resolution.TeamworkActively lead in cultivating a culture of respect, humanity, safety and security throughout the Facility.Engage and drive continuous improvement by exhibiting proactive thinking, accepting accountability, documenting information, and contributing ideas and innovations to improve performanceAct with integrity, in accordance with the organisation’s Code of Conduct and our corporate values of Integrity, Ingenuity, Collaboration and ChallengePromote a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassmentCreate and keep full and accurate records of work-related activities, transactions and decisionsHealth, Safety & EnvironmentEnsure that safety and risk awareness are paramount when undertaking all dutiesComply with the organisation's Risk Management, Quality Assurance, and Health, Safety and Environment management systems, including all statutory obligationsAct as a role model for a positive health, safety and environment culture, and encourage other staff and individuals to do the same.Role RequirementsTo be successful in this position, you must demonstrate the following experience, skills, personal attributes and qualifications.ExperienceAHPRA RegistrationMasters Qualification in Psychology Clinical experience working in a correctional or institutional settingSkills and attributesLeadership – Demonstrate the capacity to mentor, motivate and manage the work of others and to model exemplary behaviour to team members and individualsJudgment – Display sound judgment in responding to risks, threats and incidents, including reporting or escalating issues as required, and managing sensitive situations and information appropriatelyCommunication – Communicate verbally and in writing in a manner that is pro-social, appropriate for the audience, clear, thorough and effectiveInterpersonal aptitude – Demonstrate empathy, cultural understanding and the abilities to connect, build appropriate relationships, influence, negotiate and navigate interpersonal differences with individuals, peers and othersConflict and incident management – Accurately assess conflict and incident situations, make effective judgements, and apply knowledge of best practices and defined policies and procedures to de-escalate and manage conflicts and incidentsResilience – Show adaptability, perseverance and courage in achieving required objectives under pressure and in the face of challengesAccountability – Take ownership, pro-actively achieve objectives and continuously improve.QualificationsMust obtain appropriate security clearances from New South Wales Police and Correctional Services New South WalesMust meet the physical requirements of the role and pass a functional fitness and health assessment; due to the demands of the role, applicants who consume alcohol excessively, abuse prescription drugs or consume illicit substances are unsuitableMust obtain and maintain a First Aid accreditation in the form of a current Statement of Attainment for HLTAID003 Provide First AidMust possess, or be willing to working towards, a supervisory qualification for clinical supervision of the PsychologistHow to apply: To kick start your career with a leading healthcare company,connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$65,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Annual bonus
    • full-time
    After successfully helping this new client find an OT, they are keen to move onto the next project. Based in the Northern beaches - in a clinic that the owner has spared no expense - you will immerse yourself within a team culture and professional environment incomparable to others. Having met with this client, we understand this to be a role best suited for individuals with a passion for providing therapy within a paediatric setting. If you are a grad, perhaps you draw experience from other endeavours, including sports coaching or tutoring. The RoleWork with children and adolescents from 2-18 years with a variety of needs including autism, sensory processing difficulties, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, and learning difficulties.Collaborate within a team of dynamic, experienced and supportive Occupational Therapists who are all passionate about providing the best service possible to their clientsSupport families to provide excellent services within the North shore / Northern beaches area.Caseload is based in-clinic with some school and pre-school visits as needed.About youDegree in Occupational TherapyRegistration with AHPRAEligibility for membership with Occupational Therapy AustraliaAbility to develop rapport with children, parents and other health professionalsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent organisational and time management skills, and the ability to take initiativeDriver’s license and own car available at all times (as school visits may be required)Experience working with childrenWhat We OfferSecond-to-none guidance from senior clinicians with a wealth of experienceWeekly supervisionHands-on learning through your own caseloadContinuing education and professional development opportunitiesThe chance to work in some of Sydney’s leading private and public schoolsFun, supportive team and environmentStaff social eventsWhat to do next Have any questions? We have the answers! We have met this client, we have worked with them in the past and we would love to talk to you in more detail about it. Please reach out to Gary Stuart to discuss this role, or other roles within allied health. You can call (or text) 0466 644 381 or email gary.stuart@randstad.com.au to enquire confidentially. The consultant is happy to arrange calls out of hours to accommodate your busy schedule.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    After successfully helping this new client find an OT, they are keen to move onto the next project. Based in the Northern beaches - in a clinic that the owner has spared no expense - you will immerse yourself within a team culture and professional environment incomparable to others. Having met with this client, we understand this to be a role best suited for individuals with a passion for providing therapy within a paediatric setting. If you are a grad, perhaps you draw experience from other endeavours, including sports coaching or tutoring. The RoleWork with children and adolescents from 2-18 years with a variety of needs including autism, sensory processing difficulties, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, and learning difficulties.Collaborate within a team of dynamic, experienced and supportive Occupational Therapists who are all passionate about providing the best service possible to their clientsSupport families to provide excellent services within the North shore / Northern beaches area.Caseload is based in-clinic with some school and pre-school visits as needed.About youDegree in Occupational TherapyRegistration with AHPRAEligibility for membership with Occupational Therapy AustraliaAbility to develop rapport with children, parents and other health professionalsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent organisational and time management skills, and the ability to take initiativeDriver’s license and own car available at all times (as school visits may be required)Experience working with childrenWhat We OfferSecond-to-none guidance from senior clinicians with a wealth of experienceWeekly supervisionHands-on learning through your own caseloadContinuing education and professional development opportunitiesThe chance to work in some of Sydney’s leading private and public schoolsFun, supportive team and environmentStaff social eventsWhat to do next Have any questions? We have the answers! We have met this client, we have worked with them in the past and we would love to talk to you in more detail about it. Please reach out to Gary Stuart to discuss this role, or other roles within allied health. You can call (or text) 0466 644 381 or email gary.stuart@randstad.com.au to enquire confidentially. The consultant is happy to arrange calls out of hours to accommodate your busy schedule.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$22 - AU$28, per year, Great Benefits & PDEV
    • part-time
    Provide a person first approach in your support to the elderly by assisting with daily life activities, social and emotional wellbeing, and personal care and hygiene in this modern and prestigious Aged Care facility in the beautiful suburbs of Willoughby, NSW. Randstad Health Care are seeking AIN's with Cert III or IV in Induvidual Support, Aged Care for permanent part-time (15 hours per week OR 30 hours a fortnight guarenteed) and casual opportunties. You will have access to amazing benefits in joing this facility, including:Fantastic location, just 10 miinutes from ChatswoodOnline access to education for self directed learning and professional developmentFlexibile and understanding managementParental leave schemeReduced private health coverTravel, home and car insurance discountsEmployee Assistance ProgramSalary sacrificing Responsibilities and Duties:Typical duties include showering, dressing and feedingAssist in household or centre based duties such as tidying, house cleaning and hygieneArrange and supervise activities designed to enhance physical, social and emotional wellbeingSupporting all personal care needs for residents as required and in a respectful and caring mannerMaintain standards of confidentiality while relating to clients, families, carers, colleagues and others key stakeholders involvedMaintain accurate and legible records of all administrative functions of the programs and are submitted within allocated timeframesAdhere to all policies and procedures while providing a friendly and caring approachReporting and adherence to all requests from the Aged Care Supervisor/Manager Mandatory Requirements:Certificate III or higher in aged care, advantageous to have medication administration certificate Demonstrated experience working in aged care or supporting the elderly outside of employmentValid Federal police check (can be valid within 3 years) Must have a 2021 flu vaccine in accordance with legislation Your Attributes as a Carer:Patient, flexible and understanding outlookSupportive and caring natureCommitment to the rights of the elderly to live dignified livesAble to accept responsibility and enthusiasm to contributeStrong communication, organisational and problem solving skillsAbility to work as part of a teamStrengths to cope with the physical demands of this position, manual handlingAbility to perform domestic jobs efficiently to high standardsHave we sparked your interest and want to know more in how you can become the newest staff member of this wonderful facility?Apply today to receive a call and to have a confidential discussion with one of Randstad’s Talent Specialists in Healthcare recruitment.Alternatively contact Charlotte | phone 1300 289 817 | email charlotte.proctor@randstad.com.au and quote the job title and location.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Provide a person first approach in your support to the elderly by assisting with daily life activities, social and emotional wellbeing, and personal care and hygiene in this modern and prestigious Aged Care facility in the beautiful suburbs of Willoughby, NSW. Randstad Health Care are seeking AIN's with Cert III or IV in Induvidual Support, Aged Care for permanent part-time (15 hours per week OR 30 hours a fortnight guarenteed) and casual opportunties. You will have access to amazing benefits in joing this facility, including:Fantastic location, just 10 miinutes from ChatswoodOnline access to education for self directed learning and professional developmentFlexibile and understanding managementParental leave schemeReduced private health coverTravel, home and car insurance discountsEmployee Assistance ProgramSalary sacrificing Responsibilities and Duties:Typical duties include showering, dressing and feedingAssist in household or centre based duties such as tidying, house cleaning and hygieneArrange and supervise activities designed to enhance physical, social and emotional wellbeingSupporting all personal care needs for residents as required and in a respectful and caring mannerMaintain standards of confidentiality while relating to clients, families, carers, colleagues and others key stakeholders involvedMaintain accurate and legible records of all administrative functions of the programs and are submitted within allocated timeframesAdhere to all policies and procedures while providing a friendly and caring approachReporting and adherence to all requests from the Aged Care Supervisor/Manager Mandatory Requirements:Certificate III or higher in aged care, advantageous to have medication administration certificate Demonstrated experience working in aged care or supporting the elderly outside of employmentValid Federal police check (can be valid within 3 years) Must have a 2021 flu vaccine in accordance with legislation Your Attributes as a Carer:Patient, flexible and understanding outlookSupportive and caring natureCommitment to the rights of the elderly to live dignified livesAble to accept responsibility and enthusiasm to contributeStrong communication, organisational and problem solving skillsAbility to work as part of a teamStrengths to cope with the physical demands of this position, manual handlingAbility to perform domestic jobs efficiently to high standardsHave we sparked your interest and want to know more in how you can become the newest staff member of this wonderful facility?Apply today to receive a call and to have a confidential discussion with one of Randstad’s Talent Specialists in Healthcare recruitment.Alternatively contact Charlotte | phone 1300 289 817 | email charlotte.proctor@randstad.com.au and quote the job title and location.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • parramatta, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Based on Experience
    • full-time
    shaping the world of work Behaviour Support Practitioner The Organisation: Join a specialised NDIS registered provider with a team of innovative, highly experienced and passionate Health Professionals that are dedicated to helping people achieve their goals and gain a sense of control and independence in their lives Role Overview: Plan, deliver and evaluate Behavioural support needs to NDIS participants to help them achieve their NDIS goals.Support NDIS participants’ inclusion and participation in the communityProvide services and supports in collaboration with key stakeholdersDemonstrate an understanding and ability to provide services and supports within the parameters of the participant’s available NDIS fundingParticipate in regular professional developmentopportunities to keep up with current developmentsFulfil administrative requirements such as data collection and note takingWhen assigned, supervise and train assistants, volunteers and students, ensuring the maintenance of professional, clinical, ethical and safety standardsEnsure services meet quality service standards and NDIS guidelinesTechnical Competencies Demonstrate knowledge of behavioural therapy assessment tools relevant to role/sectorDemonstrate an ability to assess the equipment needs of a participant in relation to daily activities including; sitting, sleeping, safe transport and personal careAssess the need for modifications to home and other environments accessed by people with a developmental, intellectual or physical disabilityUse appropriate assessment checklist and follow prescription requirements and process when prescribing or recommending equipment such as WheelchairsDemonstrate ability to prescribe adaptive equipment and assistive devices to facilitate and enhance occupational performanceDemonstrate a range of intervention strategies to address needs that relate to activities of daily living, functional performance, fine motor skills, motor planning, sensory processing and integrationBehavioural Competencies: A commitment to a person centred approachExcellent skills in collaboration and demonstrated skills in working in a multidisciplinary teamA commitment to the inclusion and participation of people who have a disability within their local and natural communitiesThe ability to work independentlyExcellent written and verbal communication skillsA commitment to ongoing development of skills and capabilitiesA commitment to using evidence as a basis for practiceHow to Apply: To kick start your career with a leading not for profit organisation, connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    shaping the world of work Behaviour Support Practitioner The Organisation: Join a specialised NDIS registered provider with a team of innovative, highly experienced and passionate Health Professionals that are dedicated to helping people achieve their goals and gain a sense of control and independence in their lives Role Overview: Plan, deliver and evaluate Behavioural support needs to NDIS participants to help them achieve their NDIS goals.Support NDIS participants’ inclusion and participation in the communityProvide services and supports in collaboration with key stakeholdersDemonstrate an understanding and ability to provide services and supports within the parameters of the participant’s available NDIS fundingParticipate in regular professional developmentopportunities to keep up with current developmentsFulfil administrative requirements such as data collection and note takingWhen assigned, supervise and train assistants, volunteers and students, ensuring the maintenance of professional, clinical, ethical and safety standardsEnsure services meet quality service standards and NDIS guidelinesTechnical Competencies Demonstrate knowledge of behavioural therapy assessment tools relevant to role/sectorDemonstrate an ability to assess the equipment needs of a participant in relation to daily activities including; sitting, sleeping, safe transport and personal careAssess the need for modifications to home and other environments accessed by people with a developmental, intellectual or physical disabilityUse appropriate assessment checklist and follow prescription requirements and process when prescribing or recommending equipment such as WheelchairsDemonstrate ability to prescribe adaptive equipment and assistive devices to facilitate and enhance occupational performanceDemonstrate a range of intervention strategies to address needs that relate to activities of daily living, functional performance, fine motor skills, motor planning, sensory processing and integrationBehavioural Competencies: A commitment to a person centred approachExcellent skills in collaboration and demonstrated skills in working in a multidisciplinary teamA commitment to the inclusion and participation of people who have a disability within their local and natural communitiesThe ability to work independentlyExcellent written and verbal communication skillsA commitment to ongoing development of skills and capabilitiesA commitment to using evidence as a basis for practiceHow to Apply: To kick start your career with a leading not for profit organisation, connect with me via email kate.schiavone@randstad.com.au or call me on 1300 289 817. I promise to provide an honest, transparent and personal recruitment service tailored to you. We are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job. As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. By getting to know you, your career goals and aspirations we will help you succeed by making you our priority. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • sydney, new south wales
    • contract
    • AU$100.00 - AU$135.00 per hour
    • full-time
    If you are a mental health professional who loves animals and is passionate about working on issues relating to human-animal well-being, then our client has an opportunity for you While much of what we do might overlap with what is done in standard psychology practices, we are also different because our work centres around encouraging stronger human-animal relationships. As such, we offer a full range of clinical interventions for humans as well as services designed to enhance relationships with our fellow sentient animals. A vibrant, growing practice, located in the centre of Sydney’s CBD, offering a warm, collegiate, supportive environment in a well-equipped, brand new space with a strong referral base and opportunities for professional growth. the roleFull range of human emotional issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and loneliness. As part of this, they also work through issues in your life that might impact your ability to relate to your companion animal(s).Increasing attunement to companion animal emotional states, and how best to manage this when both you and your companion animal are in different mood states.Dealing with abuse, and the impact this can have upon individuals as well as their companion animal(s).Coping with grief/ loss of one's companion animal(s).Working with individuals in animal-related industries - such as conservation parks, NGOs, medical services and others - to help them cope with burnout, stress, anxiety and improve their emotional well-being.Helping vegans and animal welfare sympathisers cope with negative socio-cultural stereotypes, anxiety and shame.Offering animal-assisted therapy (AAT) to help reduce pain, anxiety, depression and fatigue in people experiencing a range of health problems e.g., people receiving cancer treatment; people with dementia and in long-term care facilities; others undergoing trauma and/or general anxiety.Who are we looking for?Due to rapid growth, we are seeking 2 Psychologists/ Counsellors to join our friendly and supportive team who have the following skills and qualifications:AHPRA Psychologist registration (General/Clinical) and/or accredited counselling qualifications as recognised by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).Experience with a variety of adult clinical presentationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsPart-time and full-time opportunities availableLast but not least – must have a love for animals! Tasks & responsibilities:Maintain high standards of psychological services and client engagement Follow best practice guidelines for the maintenance of ethical and empirically supported assessment and treatment servicesMaintain professional competencies through practice and professional development Benefits:Flexible hours and the option to work from home on some daysWarm collegiate environment, where you can also bring your pet into workCentral CBD location in a well-equipped, brand new officeOpportunities for job diversity and professional growthPeer supervision availableCompetitive remuneration More information: if you would like to know more, please contact the Gary Stuart on 0466644381 or email a copyu of your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.auWe also have many other opportunities for clinical / registered psychs across Sydney including Inner West, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs and Parramatta. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    If you are a mental health professional who loves animals and is passionate about working on issues relating to human-animal well-being, then our client has an opportunity for you While much of what we do might overlap with what is done in standard psychology practices, we are also different because our work centres around encouraging stronger human-animal relationships. As such, we offer a full range of clinical interventions for humans as well as services designed to enhance relationships with our fellow sentient animals. A vibrant, growing practice, located in the centre of Sydney’s CBD, offering a warm, collegiate, supportive environment in a well-equipped, brand new space with a strong referral base and opportunities for professional growth. the roleFull range of human emotional issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and loneliness. As part of this, they also work through issues in your life that might impact your ability to relate to your companion animal(s).Increasing attunement to companion animal emotional states, and how best to manage this when both you and your companion animal are in different mood states.Dealing with abuse, and the impact this can have upon individuals as well as their companion animal(s).Coping with grief/ loss of one's companion animal(s).Working with individuals in animal-related industries - such as conservation parks, NGOs, medical services and others - to help them cope with burnout, stress, anxiety and improve their emotional well-being.Helping vegans and animal welfare sympathisers cope with negative socio-cultural stereotypes, anxiety and shame.Offering animal-assisted therapy (AAT) to help reduce pain, anxiety, depression and fatigue in people experiencing a range of health problems e.g., people receiving cancer treatment; people with dementia and in long-term care facilities; others undergoing trauma and/or general anxiety.Who are we looking for?Due to rapid growth, we are seeking 2 Psychologists/ Counsellors to join our friendly and supportive team who have the following skills and qualifications:AHPRA Psychologist registration (General/Clinical) and/or accredited counselling qualifications as recognised by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).Experience with a variety of adult clinical presentationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsPart-time and full-time opportunities availableLast but not least – must have a love for animals! Tasks & responsibilities:Maintain high standards of psychological services and client engagement Follow best practice guidelines for the maintenance of ethical and empirically supported assessment and treatment servicesMaintain professional competencies through practice and professional development Benefits:Flexible hours and the option to work from home on some daysWarm collegiate environment, where you can also bring your pet into workCentral CBD location in a well-equipped, brand new officeOpportunities for job diversity and professional growthPeer supervision availableCompetitive remuneration More information: if you would like to know more, please contact the Gary Stuart on 0466644381 or email a copyu of your resume to gary.stuart@randstad.com.auWe also have many other opportunities for clinical / registered psychs across Sydney including Inner West, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs and Parramatta. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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