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Job Number : 20670
Type and Location : Psychologist / Adelaide
Listed By : Family Time Australia on 16 Feb 2017
Paediatric Pscyholgoist

Family Time Australia is Expanding!


Do you desire to expand your skills through working with an electic range of clients using holistic approaches?

Do you have a passion for children and want to help develop their skills to empower them to fulfil their purpose?


Family Time Australia is a Transdisciplinary Family Centre, which provides quality therapy and holistic evidenced based fun programs including Secret Agent Society, Photo Time & more, to children of all abilities and ages.


We have an exciting role available for a passionate and enthusiastic Paediatric Psychologist to join our vibrant team. This postion can be full time or partime and you will join a team of dedicated professionals where you will work closely with parents, carers and their families to achieve the identified goals for their children, ranging from birth to fifteen years.


Family Time Australia also provides exciting fun group programs for children and you will be an integral part of developing and implementing social skills, behaviour management, parenting intervention and other functional aspects of these groups to further facilitate our families to achieve their goals for their children.


Position Criteria:

         Recognised university qualifications as a registered Psychologist and current membership of AHPRA

         Experience working effectively with children with disabilities or development delays using holistic family centred approaches

         Experience working with a paediatric case-load 0–15 years

         Demonstrated experience and understanding of play-based early childhood intervention practices

         Demonstrated ability to implement positive behaviour support plans for children and their parents

         Utilise evidenced based interventions and strategies including individual or group parenting programs

         Select and administer appropriate psychometric assessments and provide meaningful interpretation of results

         Experience in clinical psychotherapy intervention for a large eclectic range of clients and their families

         Demonstrated ability to use strategies that help strengthen parent's capacity to meet the learning needs of their child

         Experience working with children on the Autism Spectrum

         Confident oral and written communication skills

         Demonstrated organisational and time management skills

         Excellent influential, negotiation and problem solving skills


The position offers an innovative work schedule combined with an attractive employment package with a generous incentive plan. This position provides you with expert training and professional development opportunities and the opportunity for career growth across the country. This position also can be offered as a dual position as a Team Leader and Psychologist for the right candidate.

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08 72212322

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