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Job Number : 27058
Type and Location : Psychologist / Melbourne
Listed By : Star Health Group Limited on 15 Mar 2019
Psychologist (NDIS) Part-time (0.6 EFT) Permanent

·         Provide special support to NDIS participants (children & young people)

·         Develop and work with an autonomous multidisciplinary team

·         Great Location – inner city and opposite Sth Melbourne market


Star Health is a highly regarded not-for-profit organisation committed to providing extremely high quality therapeutic supports to people with disability and developmental delay so that they can live the life they choose. 

This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of the Star Health innovative service delivery response to the NDIS.  At Star Health, we provide NDIS therapeutic supports (including speech pathology, occupational therapy and psychology) in line with participants’ goals and aspirations.  The psychologist will provide professional therapeutic supports as part of a newly created self-managing team of professionals to deliver NDIS supports to people with disability and developmental delay.

Contact us if you are interested in:

  • Being part of an autonomous and self-managing team
  • Working flexibly in the community
  • Learning through coaching rather than management
  • Your own professional development
  • Innovation and experimentation
  • Making a difference in the lives of people with disability or developmental delay

Registration as a psychologist and a minimum of five years’ experience is essential.

Experience working with young children in a keyworker model is highly desirable.

Clinical confidence in supporting people with complex behaviours and communication challenges is essential.

Sounds like you?   Call Meredith Bowden for a pre-application discussion: 03 9525 1300


Who We Are


Star Health (based in the Inner South of Melbourne) works in partnership with people and communities to promote and improve equity, health and wellbeing by delivering innovative client-directed services that take into account the context of the individual and the community, and championing prevention and change to address the structural reasons for health inequity.

Contact Details
Please call Meredith Bowden prior to applying for this role on 03 9525 1300.

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