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Clinical Lead - Children, Young People and Families Team

Psychology | Melbourne, Victoria, AU, 3001

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PsychXchange : Selected Job Advertisement(s) You are not logged in | Login as an advertiser or an APS member Back to: Job Search Selected Job Advertisement Job Number : 40659 Type and Location : Clinical / Melbourne Listed By : Monash Health on 29 Aug 2023 Print Email A Friend Clinical Lead - Children, Young People and Families Team Lead an innovative and specialised team of cliniciansMake a difference in the sexual assault sectorWe will invest in your learning and developmentWorking in Healthcare has never been more important or meaningful. Our Journey The South East Centre Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence (SECASA), is a program of Monash Health and has the responsibility in the Southern Region of the Department of Families, Fairness & Housing (DFFH) for: The provision and development of effective services to victim/survivors and associated people affected by sexual assault and family violence The provision of assessment and treatment for children and young people who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviour. The provision of public education and professional training on sexual assault and anti-violence issues Social planning and processes related to reducing societal violence. Reporting to Manager, SECASA, Children Young people and families team. This position supports the manager in leading the clinical operations of the SECASA CYF team. This position champions the provision of quality clinical counselling and therapeutic interventions for children and young people at SECASA. A Day in the Life As a member of the leadership team, this position will support operationalising SECASA’s strategic direction. This includes support to enable SECASA to achieve service targets within budget as specified in service agreements by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing. In addition you will play a key role in embedding evidenced based modalities into our service provision. The clinical Lead will have a strong emphasis on collaborative leadership, building and supporting a resilient team, and outstanding communication resulting in positive client outcomes. SECASA Clinical Leads are recognised for their clinical expertise, consolidated skills, and capacity to support team members to provide high quality therapeutic interventions. Lead, deliver and support provision of high-quality assessments, advocacy and therapeutic interventions for children and young people who have engaged in Harmful Sexual Behaviour and have histories of trauma Provide clinical supervision to staff and students, ensuring quality service provision and promoting a learning culture Support management of clinical referrals including flexibly responding to competing priorities, ensuring quality, accessibility, and timely service response Develop and implement group supervision Provide clinical consultation to internal and external stakeholders for complex cases Develop and lead the implementation of clinical tools, policy, process, and procedure documents To provide therapeutic interventions to a small case load, utilising advanced clinical skills in working with children young people who have engaged in Harmful Sexual Behaviours. Engage in active waiting list management process for Children and Young People on the waiting list for intervention in relation to Harmful Sexual Behaviours. Support and lead best practice at SECASA in trauma focused therapeutic interventions, including initiation and participation in research, Support and promote the wellbeing and safety of team members by promoting a resilient, agile, high performing team and a learning culture Liaise and work collaboratively with a range of internal and external stakeholders, including building relationships, and providing specialist community and professional consultation and education Operate independently and collaboratively, with a high degree of integrity and accountability, as a member of the SECASA leadership team to operationalise strategic commitments Ensure service delivery within the team is aligned with relevant legislation and professional guidelines (including children and young people at risk, MARAM, Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme, Child Information Sharing Scheme, relevant professional Code of Ethics and Practice Standards, and privacy requirements) Participate in on call work and roster including after hours and weekends Any other duties as required by the Manager Compliance with Monash Health OHS requirements What You Bring: You will have professional experience working with victim survivors of sexual assault and family violence and in particular children and young people Experience providing supervision for counsellors working with children and young people who have experienced trauma Ability to work effectively with a wide range of key stakeholders, consumers and staff. What You Need: This position is open to candidates with the following qualifications: Social Work and eligibility for AASW: An Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) accredited Bachelor Degree or entry level Master’s Degree of Social Work that provides eligibility for membership of the AASW Written evidence of eligibility of AASW membership for overseas qualifications Minimum of seven years’ experience as a qualified Social Worker Accredited Social Worker as approved by the AASW A current Victorian licence. Psychologist: Current general registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Aust (PsyBA) A minimum of 5 years experience working as a generally registered psychologist at a Grade 2 level. Having or working towards supervisor endorsement with the Psychology Board of Australia (AHPRA) A current Victorian licence. In Return: You will receive excellent support from within SECASA: Including regular clinical supervision and above award opportunities to attend professional development You will be part of a highly committed compassionate team Be part of a service that values you and all you bring to the role. Strong focus on self-care Work in a team with a diverse range of experience for you to draw on Receive evidence based training Be part of an expanding service with multiple projects focusing on improving service delivery and the client experience Provided with a range of internal opportunities within the SECASA service to evidence our commitment to your development. Work with a team where the Sexual Assault Sector values are evident in daily practice including being passionate about eliminating sexual assault and family violence through social change. For a confidential discussion and to explore the opportunity further, please call Sarah McGregor, Manager SECASA – Children young people and families team on telephone 9928 8741.  Monash Health is a great place to work! Our employees enjoy a range of benefits including: salary packaging options that increase your take-home pay a comprehensive Health and Wellbeing program free flu vaccinations private health insurance at discounted rates health imaging services + more Monash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service and proudly provides healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire lifespan from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 22,000 people work at over 40 care locations across south-eastern Melbourne. We recognise the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles and ICare values. How to Apply Applications are only accepted that are submitted via the Monash Health online Mercury System (e-recruit). To view the full position description and to APPLY NOW, click here Contact Details Kathryn Skinner - Team leader SECASA AWAREt: 87692200 Home Job Search Classifieds For Advertisers About Us Contact Us Tips & Help Subscribe to RSS Articles APS Members Only Subscribe to Job Alert Email and My Job Profile Email Forgotten password? What is RSS? Terms & Conditions |Disclaimer |Privacy Policy ©2023 The Australian Psychological Society Limited. ACN 000543788. All Rights Reserved. #J-18808-Ljbffr
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