This is an exciting opportunity for a Stride employee to make that step in their career. This is a parental leave contract until July 2022 and there is the potential for this to be a secondment opportunity.
About the service:
headspace Centres act as a one-stop-shop for young people who need help with mental health, physical health, alcohol and other drugs and/or work and study support.
Based in Woolloongabba
Full-time (may consider a 9 day fortnight) & Fixed-term (parental leave cover until July 2022)
Excellent Base salary plus Super
Plus all the usual great Stride benefits!!
The role of Clinical Manager has responsibility for the provision of clinical leadership and management to the site based team members (excluding Community Engagement). The focus of this role is on the day to day delivery of excellence in quality care provision, ensuring all clinical governance and compliance targets are implemented and met, as well as supporting innovation and quality improvement to ensure evidence-based outcomes for young people accessing the service. Some of the key responsibilities are to:-
Facilitate and monitor the integration and coordination of care of headspace clients.
Coordinate and oversee sessional workers to establish multi-disciplinary team processes, and the integration of service delivery.
Lead the headspace Intake and Case Review process.
Lead, participate in and contribute to team meetings, training and planning activities, service evaluation and quality assurance activities including data collection.
Communicate, build and maintain collaborative working relationships with program partners and all relevant stakeholders
Full AHPRA registration as a General or Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Mental Health Occupational Therapist OR Mental Health Nurse, OR AASW Accredited Mental Health Social Worker (will also consider candidates seeking to work towards mental health accreditation with 5 years mental health experience)
Ideally a minimum of 1 years’ experience in the management of a multi-disciplinary service delivery team
Demonstrated ability to lead the coordination of care for young people with complex needs including consultation and engagement with a wide range of professionals
Knowledge & understanding of the theory underpinning evidence-based interventions & clinical practice as well as demonstrated excellence in the practical application of such, in the areas of youth mental health and alcohol and drug use.
The ability to engage with young people, advocate on their behalf and establish and maintain effective relationships with staff, clients, families & friends and stakeholders.
All successful applicants will be asked to provide evidence of compliance with COVID-19 vaccination Public Health Orders (where relevant)
Must have been in your current role for a minimum of six months
To apply complete the online application form, attach a copy of your CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the available role.
Closing date for applications: Applications will be viewed and actioned upon receipt, with a final closing date of 5 November 2021.