Clinical Psychologist - Frankston or Thomastown location Salary range 120k - 140k plus 11% superannuation, leave entitlements, salary packaging options
About First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing
First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing is an Aboriginal community-controlled health service aiming to improve access to trauma-informed primary health care across Melbourne. Our two clinics are located in Frankston and Thomastown.
About the role
As a Clinical Psychologist, you will participate as a member of the FPHW team in providing comprehensive psychological interventions to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients and non-Aboriginal clients. The position delivers evidence-based, best practice clinical standards, and culturally informed psychological interventions in line with strategic objectives. You will have a moderate client load, with additional administrative time allocated to case notes, case meetings, professional development, and the supervision of one to three provisional psychologists. This is a salaried role including superannuation, annual leave, personal leave, and salary packaging options. We are looking for a Clinical Psychologist for our Frankston Clinic and Thomastown Clinic, please specify your preferred location when applying.
You will be a friendly, respectful person with strong organisational skills, ability to multi-task and prioritise. You will be passionate about working in the Aboriginal primary health care sector and commit to providing exceptional care with compassion. We require skilled and professional workers who can demonstrate building strong relationships and trust with the people they work with.
- Current registration with the Psychology Board of Australia with endorsement in Clinical Psychology
- Postgraduate training in Clinical Psychology at an APAC accredited institution (Masters degree minimum)
- More than 3 years’ experience
- Hold a current Board Approval as a Supervisor (“postgraduate student” and “registrar program”) with the Psychology Board of Australia (or willingness to immediately enrol in the program)
- A person / family centred focus
- Genuine interest and passion for working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
- Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills across all ages and social groups.
- Maintain absolute confidentiality regarding patient and practice information.
- Excellent computer literacy skills and time management skills
- Possession of current driver’s licence