Are you an experienced ‘ATAPS’/Medicare eligible clinician looking to work in the LGBTI community?
We are now recruiting for a highly skilled ‘ATAPS’/Medicare eligible clinician to join our LGBTI and HIV counselling programs; clinicians will provide high quality one-on-one mental health support as part of the Applied Psychological Strategies and Focussed Psychological Services programs in collaboration with partner organisations. This is a salaried position.
The successful candidate will be an experienced clinician with an understanding of LGBTI affirmative practices, a broad understanding of evidence based interventions for supporting high prevalence mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, a client-centred approach and a passion for working in these communities. To be eligible for this position you must be a registered psychologist or an accredited mental health social worker.
We offer a supportive team environment, the opportunity to develop your skills in working from an LGBTI affirming and sex positive framework, access to individual clinical supervision, peer discussion and review.
For further enquiries please contact: Venetia Brissenden, Manager Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building on 9865 6700 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the LGBTI community, people living with HIV, those with lived experience of recovery from alcohol and other drug issues and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment is conditional on having a current Victorian driver’s license, a Working With Children Card and a Police Check.
We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development
How to apply
Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to email@example.com with the subject: 'Confidential recruitment: Accessible Psychological Interventions (API) Counsellor application'.
Applications close Monday, 7th December 2020.
Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.