Join a large team of allied health professionals
Competitive salary and benefits
Full Time and/or Part Time positions
CatholicCare Canberra & Goulburn is a leading not-for-profit organisation with a presence in the community for over 60 years providing a range of services. We are looking for an enthusiastic Child Mental Health Clinician to join our team of clinicians. This position offers variety and work with a broad range of presentations.
The Child Mental Health clinician will provide psychological interventions including the provision of comprehensive assessments and structured treatment plans whilst adopting a range of evidence-based intervention appropriate for use with children under the age of 12 and their family members. The clinician will co-facilitate group based programs for children and their families/carers. In addition, the clinician will be required to work in a multidisciplinary team to support children who have experienced trauma (single incident and complex trauma).
What we offer
Rewarding opportunities exist for enthusiastic people seeking meaningful careers. CatholicCare's employment benefits include a generous salary packaging option and professional development in a family friendly environment.
CatholicCare is the social services arm of the Catholic Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn. Our mission is to provide quality services to people by promoting healthy, inclusive communities through relationships, partnerships and collaboration while adhering to our values of Solidarity, Stewardship, Respect and Excellence.
The ideal person we are looking for has:
Please download the selection criteria:Child Mental Health Clinician PD - Next Step and Stepping Stones
Please send your applications to: Sue.Pobjie@catholiccare.cg.org.au
Closing Date: 29th September 2020
*Please note shortlisting and interviews will be ideally undertaken within two weeks of the closing date. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
CatholicCare is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. Applications are strongly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; people with a disability; people who identify as LGBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.