CLINICIAN / INTERN 

This role is suitable for a new clinician or early career clinician looking to work with a wonderful team of senior staff and administration support to launch their career.

The work within the role is varied and includes Behaviour Support, Psychotherapy, Assessment and general consultation.  With a wide variety of services and people engaged this position works within systems such as the private sector, NDIS, WorkCover and many more.  

We strongly believe in working with early career clinicians individually and developing a program to grow skills and abilities for each individual based on their current skills and experience building towards their career goals.

If you want to know more - have a chat with us! We would love to hear from you.

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​About the role

What are we looking for?

We are looking for a Clinician who is seeking to work with people from a variety of backgrounds that are experiencing significant challenges in their mental health and behaviour.  Ideally suited to Provisional Psychologists or other new graduates in Allied Health disciplines.


The position would be supporting young people, aged people and people with a disability.  This person (we hope its you!) has the drive to work with complex clients and develop genuine rapport to help change lives.



This position is not discipline specific as challenging behaviour work is a discipline in its own right.  It is suitable for all varieties of provisional programs under AHPRA for new practitioners.

 

This clinician has the drive to be autonomous in their work but is supported and engaged to develop the range of skills that required as you start your journey into being an independent practitioner in Allied Health.  With a team of Senior Practitioners and Administration staff in support this role provides a platform for long term development.

 

Ultimately - we are looking for someone who is  driven to succeed, a skilled problem solver and wants to become an expert in their field of work .  If you are a new clinician seeking a supportive environment to grow and develop then this is what you have been looking for.

 

Locations

We currently have opportunities in our Orange office for this position.

What Qualifications do you need?

Essential:

  • Allied Health registration with AHPRA or ability to obtain.
  • Diligence, Kindness and Knowledge

Desirable:

  • Experience in Counselling Services
  • Experience in Small Group Therapy
  • Experience in Report writing

Responsibilities


  • Provide individual therapy to clients from a variety of service streams including NDIS, Private, WorkCover, Insurance Services and Child Protection Services as well as many others.
  • Develop complex Behaviour Assessment and Supports for individuals with complex challenging behaviours
  • Able to work with people in the community working alongside existing support networks
  • Conduct and Complete documentation of assessments, treatment plans and evaluations; these include – specific case reporting, including risk assessment.
  • Apply Independent professional judgement to a complex array of caseloads
  • Provide supervision and support to colleagues
  • Manage time and scheduling with administration support to ensure Health and Wellbeing
  • Provide Expertise, Compassion and Warmth to Colleagues and clients.

What do we offer?

We offer a salary and conditions that suit both your needs and the companies needs.  Whilst we use the Health Professionals and Support Services Award as a base we understand that in the Allied Health industry particularly - no two peoples needs are going to be the same.  To support that we work with you to develop a package to meet your needs.  For some people Parental Leave is essential whilst for others Supported Study Leave is the key to achieving a work life integration - others want the company to provide their accommodation.  Rather than offer a predetermined set of conditions we will meet with you and work out the best option for every one within the scope of a 'package'.


Anticipated Package Range: $65,000 to $90,000 (ex. Superannuation and leave loading) variable dependent on expertise and experience


What sort of things should you consider?

Without trying to preempt your lifestyle - here are some examples of what has been negotiated in the past:

Study Leave - For each week the staff member included in their package the company provided an additional week
Parental Leave - Taken over varied time periods and with the company topping up the minimum allowance to maintain the standard wage
Work from Home - Or alternative hours arrangements to suit your worklife integration
Accommodation Provided - Accommodation provided by the company as part of the package
Internship Supervision - Costs covered by the company 


However this list is not comprehensive, we want you to tell us what sort of supports can help you to grow and develop mastery over your craft in a positive and enduring experience!

​Quick Facts

1,000

Clients with a huge variety of support needs

10

Supportive and engaged clinical colleagues

Flexible Remuneration Packages & Work Conditions

Respect and Autonomy

Work Life Integration

Work Life Integration is a self-management style where instead of being directed that things must be completed with specific hours - you are trusted to balance your needs and the needs of the position.  


You might be someone that enjoys teaching a Yoga class in the morning - at 9 am and why shouldnt you?  Instead of missing that aspect of your life to meet an arbitrary 'working day' develop a plan that allows you to work at the best time for you.


With all the opportunities that the Central West of New South Wales offers being able to be flexible allows you to enjoy the most of what the region has to offer to create a lifestyle that is driven by your choices.

Working full time is only supposed to occupy 42% of your waking hours but when you love your work and you get to choose how to do it - it means that instead of a daily grind you actually have a life.

​Great Location

With offices in great locations in the Central West of New South Wales and more planned to be open, this role opens the door to a different lifestyle.  Personally, I love it!  Instead of a commute - from my front doorstep to the office is a 7 minute drive with minimal traffic.  Regional centres offer all the benefits of a metro area without all the hassles.


Living in Bathurst information


Living in Orange information


Universities & Higher Education

Bathurst hosts the CSU primary campus and enables access to ongoing higher education and other opportunities.

Close to the City

Being 2 to 3 hours from Sydney is just that perfect distance!  


If there was something you wanted to access it is an $8.50 train ride from Bathurst and a great chance to read a book on the way.


And yet you can still enjoy a 5 minute commute from your home to work in town.

Extra Curricular

In addition to being the home of FOOD Week – one of Australia’s premier gastronomic festivals, Orange offers culinary and wine delights year round. Orange is now recognised as one of Australia’s premier wine growing regions and enjoys an abundance of gourmet restaurants and tantalising cafes.


In addition to the ‘car race that stops a nation’ – the Bathurst 1000 on Mount Panorama – Bathurst is known for its passionate pursuit of sporting and recreational activities. Well-serviced by a range of high-quality facilities and venues, there are over 70 different sporting groups and organisations that call Bathurst home.