Supporting Australians since 1813 – At The Benevolent Society we believe that all Australians deserve to live life their way which is why we’ve always been at the forefront of social change. We provide support services to children, young people and families, older Australians, carers, and people with disability to enable people to live life on their terms.
We are currently seeking a Psychologist to join our established team in Broken Hill. You will provide psychological assessment, consultation, therapeutic interventions and professional services to people with a disability in line with the goals of their National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plans, individual goals or other related psychological tasks as required by The Benevolent Society.
Who are you?
You take pride in turning disability into ability to enable people to participate fully in life. You are a master in providing high quality, culturally appropriate psychological interventions, often in relation to complex and challenging behaviours. You are expert in providing assessment, individual psychological therapy and behavioural support services for clients within their NDIS plan. You thrive in a flexible, person-centred and strengths-based way across a diverse range of settings to meet client needs.
What’s in it for you?
We support people to live their best life and our tagline ‘Your life. Your way.’ summarises our perspective. This also refers to you, our employee. Here are a few things you might be interested in:
- Access to great professional development including fortnightly individual clinical supervision (more for new graduates), monthly Communities of Practice, and a range of other learning opportunities tailored to you
- Supporting a diverse range of clients from children to adults, through our range of disability programs funded by the NDIS, state education departments and other government programs
- Working in a truly multi-disciplinary team of OTs, Speech Pathologists, Behaviour Support Practitioners, Psychologists and Support Coordinators to deliver outcomes for clients
- Strong career advancement including annual selection process for Senior practitioner roles, management pathways, and transfer and secondment opportunities across TBS programs and locations
- Flexible working conditions with part-time and remote working arrangements supported and mobile working tools supplied
- A focus on work / life balance with access to monthly Accrued Days Off, up to two weeks additional purchased annual leave each year, and access to long service leave after five years
- Competitive remuneration with access to salary packaging of up to $15,900 per year, employee discount program including gyms/fitness centres, and novated car leases.
- Realistic performance targets with lots of support as you build your caseload and experience.
What do you need for success?
We want you to be successful in your new role. This role suits you if you have:
- Current AHPRA Registration
- Demonstrated reliability and professionalism
- Experience with intellectual and psychosocial disability and the capacity to adapt evidence based treatments to suit individual needs of the person
- Current driver's licence and willingness/ability to travel to clients
- Experience conducting a functional assessment of behaviour and developing individualised plans to provide guidance to families and service providers is highly desirable
Sounds like you?
If you want to be part of an amazing team and ready to build your best life? Apply online today!
Call Faz on 0401 675 408 to discuss more about the role.