- Clinical Leadership Role (Caraniche Extended Leadership Team)
- 0.6 FTE
- Positive, Supportive Culture & Working Environment with excellent Training and Development Opportunities
About the Role
We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Clinician to join our CARE@Epping team. This role is also part of the Caraniche Extended Leadership Team (ELT).
The Senior Clinician will be responsible for coordinating contracted services and supervising a team of clinicians. The Senior Clinician will also oversee the provision of thorough forensic AOD assessments and treatment to complex and challenging populations, as well as leading the clinical team in their delivery of short and longer term individual clinical intervention to both voluntary and forensic clients with AOD and associated issues.. The Location Senior will also be the direct point of contact for operational service delivery and will be responsible for contract reporting, workload distribution and service scheduling.
The role requires a highly skilled, registered Psychologist/Social Worker with significant experience working within the AOD Sector.
This is a great career opportunity for a clinician who will thrive in an autonomous role and who wants to consolidate their skills in stakeholder management whilst providing support to their own team in a dynamic, fast paced and highly demanding environment.
The ideal candidate will be a leader committed to providing an exceptional level of holistic care to improve the health and well-being of some of Victoria’s most vulnerable populations, and to providing a safe environment to facilitate current best practice in mental health and AOD service delivery.
Please upload your most recent CV and cover letter addressing the key selection criteria via the link http://adr.to/p4weq
Please contact our Talent Acquisition Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on the role or a copy of the position description.
Key Selection Criteria
- Full registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency or relevant professional board
- Extensive experience in the assessment, diagnosis, case formulation and treatment of psychopathology and forensic needs of AOD populations
- High level of interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- Confident working in a complex, changing environment, and experience managing risk
- Flexible and agile approach to work
- Commitment to Child Safe Standards and Practices
- Current & Valid Driver’s License
- Experience with group intervention
- Proficient in the use of information technology
- An AHPRA board approved supervisor