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Job Number : 41634
Type and Location : Child & Adolescent / Northern Territory
Listed By : Atomic212 on 13 Feb 2024
Inclusion Advisor Psychologist

Professional 1 (Remuneration Package Range $78,457 - $100,450) (including salary $66,904 - $85,700)

Professional 2 (Remuneration Package Range $103,336 - $123,207) (including salary $88,204 - $105,445)

Professional 3 (Remuneration Package Range $126,958 - $141,986) (including salary $108,699 - $121,738)

Student Wellbeing and Inclusion Programs and Services – Client Services

Ongoing vacancies available in various locations throughout the Northern Territory


Selection will be made at the P1, P2 or P3 level depending on the experience/qualifications of the successful applicant.


About the team: 

Work in a multidisciplinary team supporting schools in regional networks to implement best practice wellbeing and inclusion approaches to improve learning outcomes for students with diverse needs.


About the role:

Inclusion Advisor Psychologists provide psycho-educational support and assistance to school communities with a principle focus on students with disabilities. School psychologist perform psychological assessment with students for various reasons using psychometric testing, observation and interviews with parents and teachers. 


As an Inclusion Advisor Psychologist, you will play an important role in reviewing the eligibility of students in Special Schools/Special Centres. Inclusion Advisors Psychologist provide consultation, comprehensive assessment, treatment planning and short term therapeutic interventions to students for personal, social/emotional and/or behavioural concerns impacting on their educational outcomes through the delivery of social-emotional learning curricula and small group interventions.


Various positions are available, in the Darwin office, Katherine office, Palmerston office, Nhulunbuy Education Office, Alice Springs office, and Tennant Creek office. Applicants for the Katherine may be able to request to be based in the Darwin office. Applicants for Tennant Creek positions may be able to request to be based in the Alice Springs office. 


To be successful you will need a degree in psychology and registration as a psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).


What you’ll get in return:   

  • Attractive salary package + 6 weeks recreational leave, 3 weeks personal leave and recreational leave loading 
  • Study and professional learning opportunities to develop your career and professional practice.
  • Work with a dynamic multidisciplinary team
  • Real opportunities for long term employment with the Northern Territory Government 
  • Relocation allowance for suitable intrastate and interstate candidates for ongoing positions


Office-based conditions apply to this position. The applicant must hold or be able to obtain a Working with Children Notice Clearance and an NT driver’s licence. Visits to remote schools may necessitate travel by four-wheel drive vehicle on unsealed roads or light aircraft and include overnight stays in remote communities of up to four days. Four-wheel drive training will be provided by the NT Department of Education. 


About the location:


For further information about this vacancy please contact Susi Meyers, Assistant Director Client Services on 0499 873 225 or [email protected] 


Quote vacancy number: 19677

Closing date: 10/03/2024


Applications should consist of a one-page summary sheet, resume / CV and copies of relevant qualifications.


For a copy of the Job Description or to view career opportunities in the Northern Territory Government please visit 


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Contact Details
For further information about this vacancy please contact Susi Meyers, Assistant Director Client Services on 0499 873 225 or [email protected]

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