You will work as an autonomous practitioner and are expected to be keen to innovate and participate in service development.
- To work with children, their Whanau/families and the Child Health Centre Team to provide psychological assessment and therapy that is culturally safe and appropriate.
- Contributes to service planning, development and management
- Contribute to the assessment process, as a key member of the multidisciplinary team, leading to sound psychological formulations and treatment recommendations.
- Provide psychological treatment (whether group, family, couple or individual in focus) in consultation with other staff.
- Liaise with hospital services, community agencies and other organisations.
- Participate in the development and functioning of the service with a commitment to bicultural health delivery, education, and innovative practice.
- Registered with the NZ Psychologists Board and hold a current Annual Practicing Certificate
- Have clinical experience working with children
- Be a team player with a passion for working with children and their whānau
- Demonstrated ability to work in a multidisciplinary health team.
- Comprehensive psychological assessment and treatment skills
- Experience using standardised assessment tools and outcome measures
- Proficient in evidence-supported practice
- Drivers licence
- Salary NZ$ 70,000 - 109,000 DOE
- Pension contributions
- Staff gym and swimming pool
- Professional support and continued learning opportunities
Apply with cv for immediate consideration for this role.