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Mindmap Clinical Lead

Branch: Canberra

Narrabundah ACT

Agreement/Award - Marymead Collective Teamwork Agreement 2013-2015

Classification - Grade 6

Contracted Hours - Full Time - Fixed Term contract until the end of January 2024 with the possibility of extension

Responsible To - Mental Health and Wellbeing Manager

This is a full-time position that involves the leadership and co-coordination of the Youth Portal’s staff, resources and program delivery within the Allied Health portfolio.

The Youth Portal is an ACT first initiative, which aims to support young people and their carers seeking mental health support and services. The Portal acts as an online triage and link’s users directly to information, support and service providers within the ACT.

Duties of the Mindmap Clinical Lead include; clinical leadership, line management responsibilities, facilitation of team meetings, opportunistic debriefing, recruitment, rostering (staff and on-call rostering) and timesheets. The Mindmap Clinical Lead will assist with service delivery and maintain a caseload as negotiated with the Manager, along with the day-to-day operations of the Portal, providing leadership to team members, monitoring progress and supporting service delivery staff with the complexities of delivering the service. The Mindmap Clinical Lead will be responsible for maintaining KPI’s, along with stakeholder and community engagement.

The Portal will be operational between 11am and 10pm, Monday to Sunday. The core hours for the Mindmap Clinical Lead position will span across Monday to Sunday with negotiation of work hours and the potential to complete some work from home. To ensure team members are supported throughout the operating hours of the Portal, an on-call component is part of this role.

Qualification, certifications and/or security clearance


  • Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counselling or equivalent
  • Registration as psychologist, social worker, counsellor or equivalent
  • Working With Vulnerable People Clearance and Working With Children Check
  • Police check
  • Driver's Licence


  1. Certificate IV in Frontline Management or equivalent

Core technical skills and knowledge required for the role


  1. Managing resources and people
  2. Clinical leadership
  3. Case management
  4. Group work
  5. Presentation and facilitation
  6. Case notes, treatment plans
  7. Empathy and professional boundaries
  8. Record keeping


  • Best practice support and treatment for children, young people and parents
  • Marymead Programs, Clinical Policies and Procedures
  • Mental health early intervention
  • Consumer engagement
  • Trauma informed practice
  • Attachment theory
  • Cultural awareness and inclusion

To be successful for this position you will possess:

  • Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Youth Work, Counselling or equivalent;
  • ACT Working with Vulnerable People Clearance and NSW Working with Children Check;
  • Demonstrated experience in building and managing teams with proven leadership skills;
  • Knowledge of early intervention for mental health and trauma informed care and practice
  • Experience with Salesforce and Penelope would be advantageous

  How to apply

Please apply via our employment page on the Marymead website (link below) and submit your current CV and a one-page expression of interest outlining your suitability for the position by Sunday 28th May 2023. If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Samantha Gill on 02 6295 4300 or

To apply: CLICK HERE

More information and capability requirements are located within the advertisement on the Marymead website,

  Marymead 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.