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        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$100,000, per year, Plus Super
        • full-time
        Let’s talk about starting the career you really want! We’re looking for a Registered Psychologist (AHPRA) and Mental Health Social Worker (AASW) to join the team to:Work with children and families who present with challenging behaviours.Undertake assessment, diagnosis and treatment.Create and deliver groups or programs.Liaise and build partnerships with GP’s.Support the Managing Director on major projects.Essential skillsThe successful applicant will be eligible for registration with AHPRA or as an AMHSW, and who has:Sound theoretical knowledge and assessment skills.Ability to administer and interpret a range of psychometric tests.Proven experience in working with children and families.Exceptional interpersonal skills with team members, clients and stakeholders.Innovative, flexible and strategic thinking, and work practices.IT literacy and proven competency to learn new software systems.Medicare provider eligibility.Experience in family therapy, research and delivering groups would be an advantage.Our offer to YouFlexible work hours and work locations.Access to cloud-based software (Cliniko) for appointment management, case recording and communicating remotely.Regular discipline specific clinical supervision.Clinical endorsement for registered psychologists.A commitment to professional development (with allocated allowance).Regular psychometric testing to monitor client progress.Feedback from clients to continuously monitor and improve work practices.Attractive rates.A fantastic opportunity to create, implement and deliver groups, programs and research.A fun and hardworking culture in line with our values, where we endure, we’re diverse, we’re grounded, and we empower others. Our Client a leading private practice helps parents with families to overcome struggles with their child’s behaviour, by working with them to develop new strategies and techniques to get back on track and create the lifestyle they want. This is a career building opportunity for those seeking professional growth and something a little different. f this sounds like you, please click the ‘Apply’ button below. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Abhi Naik at randstad health care on 1300 289 817 Please note we will promiss to keep you updated on your application in a timely and professional manner 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.
        Let’s talk about starting the career you really want! We’re looking for a Registered Psychologist (AHPRA) and Mental Health Social Worker (AASW) to join the team to:Work with children and families who present with challenging behaviours.Undertake assessment, diagnosis and treatment.Create and deliver groups or programs.Liaise and build partnerships with GP’s.Support the Managing Director on major projects.Essential skillsThe successful applicant will be eligible for registration with AHPRA or as an AMHSW, and who has:Sound theoretical knowledge and assessment skills.Ability to administer and interpret a range of psychometric tests.Proven experience in working with children and families.Exceptional interpersonal skills with team members, clients and stakeholders.Innovative, flexible and strategic thinking, and work practices.IT literacy and proven competency to learn new software systems.Medicare provider eligibility.Experience in family therapy, research and delivering groups would be an advantage.Our offer to YouFlexible work hours and work locations.Access to cloud-based software (Cliniko) for appointment management, case recording and communicating remotely.Regular discipline specific clinical supervision.Clinical endorsement for registered psychologists.A commitment to professional development (with allocated allowance).Regular psychometric testing to monitor client progress.Feedback from clients to continuously monitor and improve work practices.Attractive rates.A fantastic opportunity to create, implement and deliver groups, programs and research.A fun and hardworking culture in line with our values, where we endure, we’re diverse, we’re grounded, and we empower others. Our Client a leading private practice helps parents with families to overcome struggles with their child’s behaviour, by working with them to develop new strategies and techniques to get back on track and create the lifestyle they want. This is a career building opportunity for those seeking professional growth and something a little different. f this sounds like you, please click the ‘Apply’ button below. For a confidential discussion about the position, please contact Abhi Naik at randstad health care on 1300 289 817 Please note we will promiss to keep you updated on your application in a timely and professional manner 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.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Car And PD
        • full-time
        Be part of a new service steam launch. Our Client is excited to be expanding our services into behaviour support. Behaviour Support Practitioners will work in collaboration with our allied health teams and senior clinicians to deliver a high quality and reputable service to our clients and partner organisations around behaviour support Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners have clinical backgrounds in mental health and wellbeing and have all completed additional training in behaviour analysis and the management of complex behaviour. A Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner will develop individualised behaviour management plans that meet the needs of clients, the disability support team and meets NDIS legislative requirements. A Behaviour Support Practitioner must have experience in: • Conducting functional behavioural assessments • Creating interim and comprehensive behaviour support plans• Supporting NDIS plan reviews • Developing behaviour support plans • Training, mentoring and supporting other therapists in positive behavioural support techniques. Requirements: • A tertiary qualification in Psychology, Applied Behaviour Analysis or Allied Health (Social Work, Speech Pathology or Occupational Therapy) with relevant professional registration/membership • NDIS Behaviour Support experience • Working knowledge of authorisation and reporting requirements for restrictive practices relevant to state or territory laws and policies • Experience in conducting comprehensive behaviour assessments, and implementing and evaluating behaviour support plans, including restrictive practice • Up to date knowledge of the regulatory context and evidence-based practice • Strong commitment to principles of enhancing independence and client empowerment • Demonstrated ability to work with people effectively, both as individuals and in groups, to obtain commitment and achieve results • Passion for positive behaviour support practice • Current drivers licence and registered vehicle.Why work with us? •Ongoing training and development opportunities provided • Paid Professional development and working from home allowance • Flexible work arrangement around your schedule • You will have the flexibility to work from your home and from one of our office locations. • Staff Wellbeing program that covers a wide range of events, activities and benefits • You’ll join a national leader in allied health and have the comfort in knowing you’re part of a stable growing team. You can be based anywhere in Greater Melbourne and we can provide clients in a location that suits you.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.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.
        Be part of a new service steam launch. Our Client is excited to be expanding our services into behaviour support. Behaviour Support Practitioners will work in collaboration with our allied health teams and senior clinicians to deliver a high quality and reputable service to our clients and partner organisations around behaviour support Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners have clinical backgrounds in mental health and wellbeing and have all completed additional training in behaviour analysis and the management of complex behaviour. A Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner will develop individualised behaviour management plans that meet the needs of clients, the disability support team and meets NDIS legislative requirements. A Behaviour Support Practitioner must have experience in: • Conducting functional behavioural assessments • Creating interim and comprehensive behaviour support plans• Supporting NDIS plan reviews • Developing behaviour support plans • Training, mentoring and supporting other therapists in positive behavioural support techniques. Requirements: • A tertiary qualification in Psychology, Applied Behaviour Analysis or Allied Health (Social Work, Speech Pathology or Occupational Therapy) with relevant professional registration/membership • NDIS Behaviour Support experience • Working knowledge of authorisation and reporting requirements for restrictive practices relevant to state or territory laws and policies • Experience in conducting comprehensive behaviour assessments, and implementing and evaluating behaviour support plans, including restrictive practice • Up to date knowledge of the regulatory context and evidence-based practice • Strong commitment to principles of enhancing independence and client empowerment • Demonstrated ability to work with people effectively, both as individuals and in groups, to obtain commitment and achieve results • Passion for positive behaviour support practice • Current drivers licence and registered vehicle.Why work with us? •Ongoing training and development opportunities provided • Paid Professional development and working from home allowance • Flexible work arrangement around your schedule • You will have the flexibility to work from your home and from one of our office locations. • Staff Wellbeing program that covers a wide range of events, activities and benefits • You’ll join a national leader in allied health and have the comfort in knowing you’re part of a stable growing team. You can be based anywhere in Greater Melbourne and we can provide clients in a location that suits you.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.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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