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Job Number : 34305
Type and Location : Forensic / Melbourne
Listed By : Caraniche Pty Ltd on 22 Jul 2021
Senior Youth Forensic Clinician
  • Are you an experienced Senior Clinician who thrives in providing clinical l'ship
  • We offer a fantastic opportunity to use your clinical skills to lead change
  • Part Time or Full Time 4-5 days per week available
Caraniche:
  
With over 25 years in the field, Caraniche is a provider of a broad range of psychological services. We are a thriving, dynamic and energetic company committed to providing quality care in the field of forensic alcohol and other drug services, youth criminogenic assessment and treatment, clinical supervision, trauma services and evaluation and training.  Our focus is on supporting our clients to help them build a better future.

Our vision is making connections that better lives.

We Offer
  • Flexible working arrangements including limited home based and part time working hours.
  • A strong commitment to supervision, with opportunity to learn and develop from knowledgeable Senior Clinicians who have worked within criminal justice settings for many years. This is backed by a provision of financial support towards endorsement through AHPRA.
  • Peer based learning is considered paramount, particularly in the forensic environment, and clinicians participate in monthly peer supervision to formulate and analyse offending behaviour.
  • Ongoing training and development including formal risk assessment training, in house personal development and paid training leave days each year to contribute towards CPD.
  • A supportive leadership team who are dedicated to improving the lives and trajectories of young people.
  • Opportunities for growth for experienced clinicians who are interested in developing their supervision skills, obtaining formal supervisor status and providing supervision to students, provisional psychologists and clinicians. If desired, clinicians can also gain experience in delivering training to professionals working within criminal justice settings.
  • Paid parental leave to support working parents.
  • Full administration support, from a highly supportive, friendly and efficient administration team.
  • Social Events to connect our teams, recognise our work and enjoy a chat!
The position

The Caraniche Forensic Youth Service is a Victorian, state-wide provider of Youth Offending Programs to the Youth Justice sector. Caraniche Forensic Youth Service operate under a “one team” philosophy where there is opportunity for cross learning and support between teams based in the West Metro.
This is a highly focused role, with the opportunity for a mix of clinical work (i.e. conducting comprehensive risk assessments, provision of forensic reports and delivery of treatment) and leadership/supervisory responsibilities.  Engage with professionals from multidisciplinary backgrounds through attendance to Care Team Meetings is critical to our work.
Please note during COVID-19 restrictions this position may involve telehealth delivery and working remotely, including from our Parkville office if required. 

Who are we looking for

At Caraniche Forensic Youth Service we have worked hard to create a positive, collaborative team culture comprising skilled clinicians who are committed to providing evidence-based treatment to address offending and promote long term behaviour change. We are looking for a skilled Senior Clinician to provide leadership and mentoring to clinicians. Senior Clinicians work as part of the Leadership team and are responsible for managing day to day operations of the team, liaising with Senior Youth Justice staff and enhancing skills of clinicians on the team.  
Ideally, applicants will have experience with, and/or a strong desire to work with a youth cohort who are culturally and linguistically diverse and present with varied needs including complex trauma, behavioural issues, mental health, substance use, low cognitive functioning. This is a fast paced and dynamic role so organisational skills including an ability to prioritise tasks is essential.

Key Selection Criteria
  
Essential
 
  • Registration with the AHPRA or AASW.
  • Experience in clinical and/or forensic assessment, case formulation and treatment ideally with a youth population.
  • Experienced leading teams and providing supervision and mentorship to clinicians.
  • High level of interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • An independent clinician confident working in a dynamic, faced paced environment with a flexible and agile approach to work.
  • Commitment to Child Safe Standards and Practices.
  • Current valid Driver’s License.
Preferable 
  • Registration as a supervisor with AHPRA
  • Experience with group intervention.
  • Proficient in the use of information technology.
  • Previous experience working with mandated or client with a contemplative or pre-contemplative mindset.
  • An understanding of the Risks, Needs, Responsivity framework and experience conducting forensic risk assessments (HCR-20, SAVRY, SARA).
Why apply?

This is an opportunity to work in a focused area of forensic psychology and further develop your clinical and leadership skills, whilst being supported by a collegial and enthusiastic team environment. There is diversity and opportunity for ongoing growth and development in the role, where no two days are the same!
This is a fantastic career opportunity for clinicians who are looking for complex, highly valuable clinical work.

More Information  

The full position description can be provided via email upon request via careers@caraniche.com.au. Please remember to include your up to date CV and a cover letter. 

Our commitment to diversity
At Caraniche we value diversity and believe that a range of backgrounds brings a variety of ideas, perspectives and experiences that will enhance our effectiveness.
  
We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions by encouraging people with disability, Aboriginal Australians, LGBTQIA, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this position.

Safety screening
Caraniche is committed to child safety.  All Caraniche employees must undergo Police Checks and Working with Children Checks.

Applications close Monday 9th August 2021.  Please note candidates may be candidates may be interviewed and progressed prior to the closing date.
Contact Details
careers@caraniche.com.au



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