· 1 x Full Time (12 months Parental leave position)
· Part-time role share will also be considered
· Term 3 2019 commencement
Mentone Grammar is a K-12 co-educational School. The School is on one site and is structured into 4 campuses – Eblana (Kinder to Year 4), Bayview (Years 5 to 8), Greenways (Year 9) and Frogmore (Years 10 to 12).
An opportunity exists for an experienced Psychologist / Counsellor to join Mentone Grammar on a 12-month fixed term parental leave contract. This is a role that is integral to supporting the health and wellbeing of students of the school.
Reporting to the Head of Student Wellbeing and working closely with an experienced team of Psychologists, this position requires a well-rounded individual to provide counselling services to students from Prep to Year 12.
The incumbent will regularly liaise with staff and parents on strategies for students in need, ensuring that the best care is provided for each student. In addition to counselling, the incumbent is required to complete relevant testing of students and assist in the preparation and delivery of pastoral programs within the School.
The successful candidate will have:
Appropriate qualifications and full psychologist registration with AHPRA
Relevant experience in counselling around a range of mental health issues, as well as school and behavioural issues
Demonstrated experience in conducting psycho-educational assessments
A genuine passion for working with school-aged students, their teachers and families
To view the position description for this role, please visit www.mentonegrammar.net/employment
To apply for the role, candidates are required to visit the Mentone Grammar job board: https://recruitment.aurion.com/mentone-jobs/
Applications close at 9am on Wednesday 27 March 2019.
The incumbent will be required to hold a current Working with Children Check or have applied for a Working with Children Check prior to commencing employment with Mentone Grammar.
Mentone Grammar has a zero tolerance policy for child abuse and is committed to promoting child safety, children's wellbeing and protecting children from abuse.
Candidate referrals from Recruitment Agencies will not be reviewed in the first instance.