- Job posted on: 30th Jul 2021
- Applications close:
McAuley Community Services for Women is seeking an independent contractor to deliver 18 free psychological interventions for women and children who are homeless due to family violence and mental illness. Depending on the applicants availability, we are happy to consider 2 to 3 independent contractors.
McAuley is a ministry of the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea. We are committed to the creation of a world in which violence and homelessness can be eradicated and in which women and children can participate on their own terms; safe, supported and empowered to achieve their highest potential.
McAuley, in collaboration with the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN), will provide a specialist counselling program called Targeted Psychological Support Services (TPSS). The program will provide up to 18 free psychological interventions for women and children who are homeless due to family violence and mental illness. The 18 sessions are per client and can be delivered over a 12 month period or less.
For this position, we are only accepting female applicants.
We are seeking registered private practitioners to deliver psychological intervention.
The successful applicant will have:
An existing Medicare provider number is not required, as referrals will come via a Mental Health Care plan. A CAREinMIND referral form will be utilised.
Remuneration will be based on each 60-minute session delivered $120 – 130 per hour, depending on your qualifications.
Applicants must have:
Submit your application through our career page by clicking Apply Now.
For further information, contact Maria Varkopoulos, Manager Community Service, on 0437 827 851.
To be considered for this position, applications must address the mandatory requirements listed above.
Successful appointment to this position will be subject to a National (and international if applicable) Police check.
HOSPITALITY COMPASSION JUSTICE COMMUNITY
McAuley Community Services for Women values diversity and encourages applications from all backgrounds.
We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children supported by our services. Read more about how we work to ensure that the individuality and best interests of children are promoted and respected.
McAuley Community Services for Women were granted an EEO exemption No. A209/2012. This was to assist in attracting the most suitable candidates in our recruitment and selection process. This exemption is used to provide legal grounds for the organisation to accept applications from women only for specific positions in the organisation namely positions where the employee is required to work 1 on 1 with vulnerable women/children.
We seek a new Order from the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal in relation to a section 89 exemption from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. This will allow us to continue to legally seek applications from women only for identified positions in our recruitment and selection process.