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With a focus on outreaching services to isolated and vulnerable people across NSW, we have built the largest non-profit, multi-disciplinary allied health team in regional NSW and are one of the largest providers of headspace services in Australia. 



“I wake up excited for the day because of my passionate and empowered team members, the diversity and variety of tasks I’m assigned in my job role,
and the sense that I can make a difference in someone's life.” 
Jack Fisher, Youth Care Coordinator, headspace 

Marathon Health Recruitment

Marathon Health Employment Opportunities

Portfolio Manager, Primary Health - Bathurst or Dubbo - Full Time - (Ref: 21R2R149)
Portfolio Manager, Primary Health
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer 
As the Portfolio Manager, Primary Health reporting directly to the Group Manager, Primary Health, you will lead and inspire our allied health team in making a difference to the health & wellbeing of communities by managing a highly skilled workforce and innovative programs within the Commercial Services portfolio. You will contribute to the growth of the portfolio through innovative service models and new program activity attached to additional funding opportunities.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Tertiary qualifications in management, clinical practice or related field.
  • Extensive experience in management in a health-related field
  • Demonstrated knowledge of primary health care services in the Australian Environment
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate resources to ensure quality services are delivered on time, on budget and in line within contractual targets
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to develop partnerships and service pathways.
  • Demonstrated ability and experience in the implementation of clinical governance frameworks and systems to ensure safe and high quality services.
  • Demonstrated skills in staff and contractor management.
  • Experience in leading a team through change, including high-level problem-solving abilities.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Danielle Scoullar on 0428 709 123.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Team Lead, Primary Health and Wellbeing - Wagga Wagga - Full Time - (Ref: 21R2R148)
Team Lead, Primary Health and Wellbeing
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Wagga Wagga, NSW

The role on offer 
Reporting directly to the Portfolio Manager, the Team Lead will support the successful implementation and delivery of relevant programs in the Murrumbidgee portfolio, including the provision of operational support and guidance across the WARATAH and Together Home Programs to ensure the delivery of effective, efficient and high-quality services across the region.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Human Services, Allied Health or equivalent. 
  • Operational and professional leadership and management to teams delivering services for people experiencing vulnerabilities and disadvantage.
  • Experience in a community-based health and or community service setting. 
  • Effective working experience with Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander people and community.
  • Demonstrated high standard of written, interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to adapt services to meet varying cultural needs.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to develop partnerships and service pathways. 
  • Well-developed time management and organisational skills.
  • Sound computer skills and the ability to adapt to new software applications.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kylie Falciani on 0428 922 117.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Health Linker, WARATAH Program - Wagga Wagga and Albury - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R133)
Health Linker, WARATAH Program
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight

Wagga Wagga and Albury, NSW

The Role on Offer

The Wellness and Resilience Achieved Through Allied Health (WARATAH) model of care operates to improve the wellbeing of at-risk or vulnerable residents of Murrumbidgee communities and to support a greater resilience towards the multiple risk factors that may be impacting on health status and overall wellbeing.

The Health Linker will engage in collaborative goal planning, assessment and engagement with the participant in the pursuit of sustainable behaviour change relating to healthy lifestyle choices, building self-confidence and self-reliance.

About You

The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified health professional who has:

  • A minimum of 2 years demonstrated experience in a role/s requiring the application of behaviour change principles, coaching and/or motivational interviewing
  • Understanding of the wider determinants of health, including social economic and environmental factors and their impact on communities
  • Understanding and working knowledge of person-centred practice and development of person-centred plans
  • Good understanding of the community services network, skilled in advocating for client access to programs and are able to motivate and model community participation.
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and ability to engage and communicate effectively with people from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background and Indigenous communities.
  • Experience of partnership/collaborative working and building relationships across a variety of organisations. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Danielle Scoullar on 0428 709 123.

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Administration and Data Officer, Strong Minds Western - Bathurst or Dubbo - Full Time - (Ref: 21R2R144)
Administration and Data Officer, Strong Minds Western
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer
Join a dynamic, supportive environment and lend your administrative expertise to our team! As an Administration and Data Officer reporting directly to the Team Lead, Strong Minds Western, you will provide data and administrative support for the Mental Health portfolio. The role works collaboratively with clinicians and sub-contractors to assist in the accurate maintenance of documentation, and respond to enquiries from the public and other stakeholders. You’ll also be responsible for the maintenance and improve reporting and service systems to maximise efficiencies and best practice.

Experienced administration officers with strong data, administrative, interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience in providing quality customer service are encouraged to apply.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be an administrative professional who has:

  • Demonstrated experience providing administrative support in a busy office environment with the ability to work with a variety of software packages and mental health data systems
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain effective working relations with internal and external stakeholders
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to work autonomously and within a multidisciplinary team environment, whilst maintaining strict confidentiality at all times
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills and a ‘can-do’ attitude.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Chris Barratt on 0439 516 087.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

MST-CAN Therapist - Dubbo - Full Time- (Ref: 21R2R137)
MST-CAN Therapist
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Dubbo, NSW

Are you considering a tree-change from a hectic city lifestyle to a family-friendly regional centre? A unique and rewarding career awaits you!

Relocation Incentives may be available upon negotiation. Candidates are asked to contact Ryan May on 0409 860 814 to discuss the role prior to applying.

The Role on Offer
Unique and highly rewarding role for a passionate therapist to join our Multi-systemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN) program. Designed to treat 6-17 year old children, this intensive home-based family preservation program focuses on clinical & practical strategies designed to keep vulnerable families safely together.

This is a guaranteed unique learning opportunity and your gained experience in this role will contribute to your success in future endeavours. If you feel you have the attitude, passion and talent that we’re looking for, we would love to hear from you!

We invite you to learn more about the MST-CAN initiative and the program’s success by viewing these videos:

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Bachelor or Masters degree in Psychology, Social Work or related discipline (negotiable)
  • Extensive experience and understanding of high-quality risk-assessments for clients and staff/self
  • Communicate and engage effectively with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Ability to use clinical software packages and the capacity to complete detailed case records.
  • Willingness to work hours to suit the needs of the families and MST-CAN model, including the ability to participate in after hours and weekend on call rotating roster.
  • Current Australian Driver Licence and the ability to travel for work purposes. 

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact Ryan May on 0409 860 814 or Jackie Wright on 0439 192 207 to discuss this role before applying.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Intake and Assessment Officer, Strong Minds Western - Bathurst or Dubbo - Full Time or Part Time- (Ref: 21R2R132)
Intake and Assessment Officer,
Strong Minds Western
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight,
or Part Time
Bathurst or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer 
We are seeking an Intake and Assessment Officer who will perform the role of intake, triage, assessment and coordination of referrals received by Strong Minds Western.

As the Intake and Assessment Officer, you will work closely with the Clinical Lead and other staff members within intake to ensure all clients referred to the program receive efficient and timely access to appropriate clinical services. As a minimum qualification you will have completed a Certificate 4 in Mental Health.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will be someone who meets the following criteria:

  • Relevant qualifications in psychology, social work, occupational therapy, nursing, mental health or other field relevant to the provision of clinical services.
  • Experience and/or ability to undertake assessments of people with mental health difficulties.
  • Demonstrated high level organisation and time management skills.
  • Demonstrated high level communication skills and ability to work with clients, carers, and a range of stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.
  • Strong skills in document management and ability to use a clinical software package for electronic client records. 

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Sherryn Honeywood on 0439 551 784.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Occupational Therapist, NDIS - Dubbo - Full Time or Part Time (Ref: 21R2R138)
Occupational Therapist, NDIS
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer
The Occupational Therapist will provide services for children and adults with a focus on seeing participants in the NDIS, although other opportunities will also arise where the role may be required to work in. You will work collaboratively with other health professionals and stakeholders.

Full responsibilities of this role may be viewed on the Position Description found at marathonhealth.com.au/employment

Who we are looking for
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified occupational therapist registered with AHPRA, who has:

  • Clinical experience or a willingness to gain experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision;
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and clinical supervision;
  • A commitment to strength based, person centred practice;
  • A strong customer focus;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work in a team environment and autonomously;
  • Sound computer skills; and
  • Current Drivers Licence 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Alli Sykes on 02 6826 5200.

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Care Coordinator/Aboriginal Health Worker - Various Locations - Full Time or Part Time (Ref: 21R2R126)
Care Coordinator/Aboriginal Health Worker
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight
or Part Time
West Wyalong, Lake Cargelligo,
Leeton, or Griffith, NSW

The role on offer
As a Care Coordinator with the Integrated Care Coordination/Integrated Team Care (ICC/ITC) services, you will work with a fantastic team to provide healthcare support and coordination to people with complex health care needs. Your knowledge of the complexities and challenges involved in caring for individuals with chronic care conditions will allow you to effectively conduct comprehensive assessments and develop and support the implementation of person-centred health care plans.

Full responsibilities of this role may be viewed on the Position Description found at marathonhealth.com.au/employment

Who we are looking for
The successful applicant will be a Registered or Enrolled Nurse registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, or a tertiary qualified Aboriginal Health Worker with confirmation of heritage.

Additionally, you’ll have:

  • Demonstrated ability to comprehensively conduct assessments, develop a plan for care coordination; provide safe, appropriate and responsive quality practice and evaluate outcomes.
  • Demonstrated competencies in and/or knowledge of the complexities and challenges involved in caring for individuals with chronic care conditions.
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and ability to engage and communicate effectively Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities and people from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated commitment to professional development to maintain, improve and broaden knowledge, expertise and competence, capability and develop the personal and professional qualities required for the role.
  • Demonstrated commitment to a person-centred approach working in partnership with individuals and families to ensure consumer participation in decision making about care and the delivery of care. 

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

Applications close 9 am Friday, 12 November 2021. We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications before this close date. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Kylie Falciani on 0428 922 117.

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Practice Lead, Aboriginal Health Workforce Development - Bathurst or Dubbo - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R112)
Practice Lead, Aboriginal Health Workforce Development
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst or Dubbo, NSW

The role on offer
We are committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to thrive through improved health and wellbeing.

To achieve this our intention is to become a recognised employer of choice known for providing services that are welcoming, safe, culturally appropriate and inclusive.

To ensure our services are effective, we are looking for someone with a strong passion for, and understanding of, the contemporary health needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

The role will lead the development and coordination of Aboriginal workforce initiatives including planning, recruitment, career development and retention of the Aboriginal workforce.

You will work closely with executive and senior management to ensure our leading not-for-profit is grounded on a high level of cultural intelligence; and your exceptional understanding of the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will underpin our practice and service implementation. 

This is a new role within our organisation, and an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to lead the ongoing development of a culturally safe, progressive and innovative organisation.

Who we are looking for 
The successful applicant will identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and has:

  • Extensive knowledge of, and experience within, the current health environment within NSW; the interplay between Aboriginal culture, health status and health outcomes; and contemporary issues impacting on Aboriginal health and Aboriginal health workforce
  • Understanding of Aboriginal workplace employment initiatives and professional development and training incentives available to Aboriginal people
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Aboriginal communities and communication / cross-communication protocols with a high level of awareness and understanding of the sensitivities and current issues affecting Aboriginal communities
  • Ability to build partnerships and to network with a number of internal and external stakeholders across industry, community, and educational institutions
  • Demonstrated high standard of written, interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to adapt services to meet varying cultural needs
  • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team in a positive, collaborative and supportive manner to achieve agreed outcomes.

This is an Identified position. Marathon Health considers that being Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational requirement for this position under s 42 of the Discrimination Act 1991 (ACT)/ s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). Confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Heritage may be required.

Download the Position Description here.

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK).

We wish to fill this role quickly with the right person, meaning that we may start reviewing applications as we receive them. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your application to Seek as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Cheol Goodridge via email cheol.goodridge@marathonhealth.com.au.

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Senior Speech Pathologist - Wagga Wagga - Full Time (Ref: 21R2R117)
Senior Speech Pathologist
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight
Wagga Wagga, NSW

Support the development of speech pathology services in our Wagga office. Deliver goal-directed services for children and adults. Receive professional development and clinical support whilst doing a job you love!

This opportunity would suit a speech pathologist experienced in working in the disability sector and is looking for more challenges. You’ll work alongside other experienced staff and our Allied Health Team Leaders in supporting staff growth and service delivery. Become involved in meaningful work, creating real outcomes as part of a leading regional charity providing care in rural and remote areas.

Download the Position Description here.

To apply for this opportunity please email Jenief Cornish at jenief.cornish@marathonhealth.com.au or call 0408 712 110 if you wish to know more about this role.

Submit a current resume as soon as possible. Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now!

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Speech Pathologist - Wagga Wagga or Young - Full Time or Part Time (Ref: 21R2R041)
Speech Pathologist
Full Time or Part Time
Wagga Wagga or Young, NSW

We're seeking new grad or experienced clinicians to join our multidisciplinary team in delivering goal-directed speech pathology services for children and adults. 

  • Enjoy a rewarding role individually tailored to your career and lifestyle needs
  • Working hours are flexible and can be accommodated around school hours
  • Receive clinical supervision flexible to your professional development

The Role on Offer
As a Speech Pathologist reporting directly to the Allied Health Portfolio Manager Murrumbidgee/ACT, you will:

  • Work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team to provide person-centred care to clients of all ages
  • Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of new models of speech pathology service delivery, including telehealth
  • Liaise with and develop ongoing partnerships with clients, their families and other service providers including government and non-government agencies
  • Maintain accurate documentation of service provision and clinical records whilst maintaining confidentiality in accordance with professional guidelines.

About You
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified Speech Pathologist who has:

  • Practicing membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Clinical experience or a willingness to gain experience in working with children and adults in a range of models of service provision
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and clinical supervision
  • Strong customer focus with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work in a team environment and autonomously.

Download the Position Description here.

To apply for this opportunity please email Jenief Cornish at jenief.cornish@marathonhealth.com.au or call 0408 712 110 if you wish to know more about this role.

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Occupational Therapist - Wagga Wagga or Young - Full Time or Part Time(Ref: 21R2R053)
Occupational Therapists
Full Time, 75 hours per fortnight, or Part Time
Wagga Wagga or Young, NSW

Make a positive difference and provide high-quality OT services with a company that encourages career growth in a flexible, friendly work environment.

  • Opportunity to take on new challenges and develop your career in a rapidly growing industry
  • Genuine work-life balance with flexible work hours and the opportunity to work part time
  • Salary package up to $15,900 pa to increase your take-home pay. Uniform and professional development allowance available
  • Ongoing role located in the heart of the Riverina

The Role on Offer
As the Occupational Therapist reporting directly to the Allied Health team Leader Wagga, you will:

  • Deliver person-centred, goal-directed Occupational Therapy services
  • Foster ongoing partnerships with clients, their families and other service providers
  • Drive innovative models of service delivery and contribute to improvements
  • Maintain accurate documentation and clinical records to meet accountability and compliance business requirements

About You
The successful applicant will be an AHPRA registered, tertiary qualified Occupational Therapist who has:

  • Membership (or eligibility to be a member) of Occupational Therapy Australia
  • Clinical experience working with children and adults in a range of service provision models
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a strong customer focus
  • Commitment to evidence-based practice, continuing professional development and quality improvement

Download the Position Description here.

If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your resume and cover letter to Jenief.Cornish@marathonhealth.com.au

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jenief Cornish on 0408 712 110.

For more information on the application process, please download our Information Package.

Graduate Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist- Full Time - Numerous Locations
New Graduate Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologist
Full Time 
Dubbo, Bathurst, Young, Wagga, or Albury

We have been developing quality graduate employment pathways with the aim of building a strong, country allied health workforce. It’s not just the communities you work in that are unique, it’s the experienced and passionate team you’ll work with at Marathon Health.

The organisation you start your career with can shape the future of your working life, which is why the team around you and the clinical support and knowledge they provide is crucial! As a new graduate working with us, you will have access to:

  • On the job clinical training and guidance from industry leaders, many of whom are the best in their field
  • Quality clinical supervision and team support allow you to learn and grow
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Access to scholarships of up to $10,000 through the Rural Doctor’s Network Health Workforce Scholarship program
  • Genuine career opportunities
  • Cultural immersion training, where you will learn how to provide culturally safe services
  • Work/life balance and flexible hours
  • Administration support
  • Our EAP – 24/7 free counselling service to support your mental health
  • A real, hands-on adventure working with communities in country NSW and the ACT

If you’d like to know more about our student placement or graduate employment opportunities, please email graduates@marathonhealth.com.au

For more information please see the Occupational Therapist Position Description or Speech Pathologist Position Description. For information on applying see the  Information Pack.

In order for your application to be considered, you must address the Selection Criteria (see Position Description) in your cover letter, and email your cover letter and updated resume to graduates@marathonhealth.com.au

Allied Health Clinicians – Various Locations Around NSW - Full or Part Time

We have a number of vacancies for Allied Health Clinicians. You may be an Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, Dietitian, credentialed Diabetes Educator, Exercise Physiologist or similar.

We have opportunities across Western and Southern NSW including in the vibrant towns of Albury, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga and Young. For those looking for a lifestyle change, we can meet reasonable relocation expenses.

To express your interest, please contact Human Resources on 02 6333 2800 or hr@marathonhealth.com.au

headspace

headspace Employment Opportunities

Mental Health Clinician (Provisional Psychologist) Full Time- (Ref: 21R2R128)
Mental Health Clinican (Provisional Psychologist)
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Dubbo NSW

Why not start back to work with a new career? Take on this challenging but rewarding role as our Mental Health Clinician – Provisional Psychologist, located at our Dubbo headspace centre. Your role will deliver mental health psychological interventions for those accessing headspace services.  This is your opportunity to pursue a career where you will see the positive impact of your work every day.

The role will be well supported by experienced clinicians and reports to the Centre Manager, headspace Dubbo. You’ll be working with a friendly multidisciplinary team that’s focused on providing the best mental health care to young clients within your community. Become a part of our progressive and energetic culture and contribute to creating real outcomes as part of a leading regional charity.

Provisional Psychologists employed in this role will be required to participate in a Psychology Board of Australia approved Psychology Registration Program

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Applications close 9 am Wednesday 10 Novmeber 2021. Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Candice Edwards on 0419 468 994 or email candice.edwards@marathonhealth.com.au..

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Youth Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist) - headspace Bathurst - Full Time - (Ref: 21R2R124)
Youth Care Coordinator,
(Provisional Psychologist)
Full Time
75 hours per fortnight
Bathurst, NSW

The role on offer
Take on this challenging but rewarding role as our Youth Care Coordinator (Provisional Psychologist), located at our Bathurst headspace centre. This is your opportunity to pursue a career where you will see the positive impact of your work every day.

The role will be well supported by experienced clinicians and reports to the Centre Manager, headspace Bathurst. You’ll be working with a friendly multidisciplinary team that’s focused on providing the best mental health care to young clients within your community. Become a part of our progressive and energetic culture and contribute to creating real outcomes as part of a leading regional charity.

Who we are looking for
The successful applicant will be a tertiary qualified psychologist with provisional registration who has:

  • Experience and/or ability to undertake clinical assessment of young people 12-25 years of age with mental health and drug and alcohol issues.
  • Experience and/or ability to work with others in a multidisciplinary team environment in the case management and coordination of client needs.
  • Experience and/or ability to engage and communicate effectively with young people 12-25 years of age and their family, including those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
  • Ability to use a clinical software package for electronic client records.
  • Membership to the Australia Psychological Society or Australian Association of Psychologists.

Provisional Psychologists employed in this role will be required to participate in a Psychology Board of Australia approved Psychology Registration Program. This will entail undertaking paid psychological practice (client-related activities) carried out in an approved professional setting, with paid-for supervision by a Board-approved principal supervisor.

Download the Position Description here

Apply for this opportunity here (via SEEK)

Shortlisting and interviewing is underway now. If this opportunity appeals to you, please apply by submitting your current resume and cover letter via SEEK as soon as possible.

If you wish to know more about this role, please contact Jason Eggins on 02 6338 1100.

For more information on the application process, please download our information package.

Allied Health Private Practitioner - Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Workers - headspace Dubbo, Lithgow or Orange
Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker – headspace Dubbo, Lithgow, or Orange

We are looking for appropriately qualified and experienced Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists or Accredited Social Workers to deliver MBS funded mental health services from our new headspace service in Lithgow. This opportunity offers the chance to:

~ Retain 100% of Medicare billings.
~ Be part of a vibrant new team of health professionals in a collegial environment
~ Work with young people 12-25 years and their families.
~ Benefit from a bright, comfortable, fully serviced office, including reception coverage and billing support.
~ Flexible working hours available enabling you to work around other family or work commitments.

For more information, please contact Clare Knight on 02 6333 2800.  To express your interest, please submit through clare.knight@marathonhealth.com.au.

headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health under the Youth Mental Health Initiative.

Allied Health Private Practitioner - Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker - Queanbeyan
Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker – Queanbeyan
We are seeking  appropriately qualified and experienced Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapist or Accredited Social Workers to deliver MBS funded mental health services from headspace centres in  Queanbeyan.

A Working with Children Check (or Working with Vulnerable People Check) is required for all headspace positions. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate work visa.

This oportunity offers the chance to:

  • Be part of an innovative and energetic multidisciplinary team.
  • Receive extremely attractive retention of Medicare Billings.
  • Work with young people 12 - 25 years and their families.
  • Benefit from a bright, comfortable, fully serviced office includin reeiption coverage and billing support.
  • Flexible working hours available.

For further information: Please contact Zora Todoroska  on 0409 114 492 or email z.todoroska@headspacequeanbeyan.org.au

 

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