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Psychological Services Manager / Senior Clinician

EASA Inc

Who are EASA?

Established in 1982, EASA is a local success story incorporating the values of the counselling profession, where individuals and personal growth are valued and business to support workplaces to support their employees. Our evaluations show we make a difference and to do the work we do well, we look after our team and they look after each other. Our principal clients are those from organisations with Employee Assistance Programs, we have over 250 of those and each year, in the NT alone, we provide over 10,000 client sessions. EASA also responds to potentially traumatizing situations by mobilising our clinicians, which may mean flights to remote communities or attending local workplaces. EASA is part of the welfare emergency response group in the NT, providing support to group members during local disasters such as flooding and cyclonic events. CORP, a part of EASA, allows us to put our learning and care into preventative work with organisations and we provide educational opportunities to workplaces and support services that aim to increase skills for mentally health workplaces and reduce conflict. This includes leadership development and support.

Where are we?

EASA has offices located in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs. We also have a service in Coolalinga, Jabiru and Gove. Learn more about the surrounds: https://www.ntphn.org.au/living-and-working-in-the-nt/

What is the role?

An exciting role exists for an experienced, flexible and growth oriented leader. This can be either of two entries, early career clinician/leader who would like to grow into the role commencing with coaching support and graduated responsibility or an experienced clinical leader.

Why EASA?

Benefits

  • Many of our clinicians work across more than one area of EASA which may be just what you are looking for or your focus can be excellence in client interventions.
  • Supervision, both individual and group
  • Professional development allowance and leave time to attend/learn
  • Ad-hoc professional development
  • Purpose designed office space and contemporary IT
  • Rewarding and positive work environment
  • Competitive salary package
  • Relocation allowance
  • Use of work car
  • Wellbeing allowance
  • Salary range – dependent upon either growth position or fully qualified $90,000-$115,000

General Role

  • Manage a counselling caseload providing short term counselling for individuals across a broad range of issues including trauma, work related problems, relationship and family difficulties, grief, depression, anxiety, emotional stress, alcohol and other drug misuse, or other personal problems
  • Supervise the Psychological Services operations in Darwin, Alice Springs and Katherine according to APS standards
  • Oversee funded programs such as AOD and ensure compliance and reporting requirements are met
  • Ensure best practice and quality services
  • Respond to and receive client feedback
  • Maintain professional affiliations and enhance professional development to keep current in the latest psychological trends and developments, providing advice internally on market trends and industry professional standards
  • Travel as required
  • Contribute to Psychological reporting such as a Board report or as required

Is this a good fit for you?

Not limited to but before you apply, we need you to have:

  • Approved tertiary qualification in Psychology, Social Work or Counselling, eligible for membership with APHRA/AASW/ACA or equivalent
  • Good counselling skills and experience with a broad range of clients and the use of broad range of interventions for good outcomes in short-term counselling.
  • Current Police Check & Ochre Card
  • Current Driving Licence

Further for full role:

  • Considerable demonstrated leadership experience including the provision of clinical supervision

Desirable Criteria:

  • Experience in managing a clinical team or looking to undertake a leadership position as the next step in their professional development
  • A Registered Supervisor for Intern Psychologists
  • Knowledge in the administration and interpretation of psychometric tests (e.g. cognitive, vocational, personality etc.) based on sound understanding of issues relating to assessment
  • Knowledge in professional psychological report writing that meets accepted standards

International applicants will be considered with the option for sponsorship.

For more information contact Louise Page on (08) 8941 1752 or easadarwin@easa.org.au, using the subject line: Psychological Services Manager / Senior Clinician enquiry via EthicalJobs.

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