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Senior Mental Health Clinician / Mental Health Clinician

Australian Childhood Trauma Group
  • Professional development budget for staff and bonus incentivisation scheme
  • Family-friendly working arrangements: full time or part time hours considered
  • Supportive team committed to collaborative working and positive team culture

The role:

We have a unique opportunity for an experienced Psychologist, Social Worker, Counsellor or Mental Health Nurse to join our specialist multidisciplinary team in the provision of mental health and disability support to individuals, families, government and non-government community organisations.

Key role objectives:

  • Foster and assist the ability of children, young people and adults to recover from the effects of trauma, and other emotional /psychological impacts;
  • Build the capacity of families, caregivers, and other key stakeholders to provide supportive therapeutic responses for children, young people and adults who present with complex needs;
  • Develop and strengthen multi-disciplinary responses to address the needs of children, young people and adults;
  • Commit to a model of practice that is underpinned by clinical integrity, and that embodies a strength-based perspective that is universal in response to the needs of children, young people and adults:
  • Safeguard that considered planning and intervention occurs in regard to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, other culturally diverse, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (or: queer), and intersex children, young people and adults.

About you:

You will be a skilled clinician with at least three years (five years for senior clinician) of post-qualification experience working within the field of mental health and/or disability, with an understanding and keen interest in the effects of trauma.

This is an exciting career opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual looking to gain further experience in this specialist field, work amongst a supportive team and make a real difference in vulnerable young peoples’ lives.

Please note, we are unable to offer this position to provisionally registered psychologists or undergraduates.

About us:

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 non-government 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 dedicated to developing and retaining staff irrespective of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. We encourage applications from all sectors of the community, especially from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

The ACT Group is committed to being a child safe organisation that recognises, respects and promotes the rights of children, young and vulnerable people.

Working with the ACT Group

We offer a competitive starting salary with a bonus incentivisation scheme every month.

Our employment package also includes:

  • Three gifted days of annual leave over the holiday period,
  • Flexible family-friendly working arrangements, with job shares considered,
  • Budget for staff professional development, and
  • Internal supervision opportunities.

You will work for an organisation committed to continuous improvement and transformation for the better, for our staff, clients and community.

A full Position Description is available on our website: https://theactgroup.com.au/careers/

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