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Clinical Supervisor - Child Protection

Job Title: Clinical Supervisor - Child Protection
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia
Industry: Allied Health
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date:
Reference: BBBH325416_1720567218
Contact Name: Samatha Wright
Contact Email: help@twrecruitment.com.au
Job Published: Jul 10, 2024

Job Description

We have partnered with a well-known non-profit in the social services sector. They are leaders in disability, family violence, and child protection and are critical to creating a brighter future for those who need guidance and community.

This is an opportunity to make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of others and help pave a brighter future. You will be an essential part of the Integrated Services team and report directly to the Practice Lead.

The role

Due to the departure of a long-standing team member, we are seeking a Clinical Supervisor in Child Protection to play a crucial role within our MST-CAN (Multi-Systemic Therapy - Child Abuse and Neglect) program. The role involves assisting clients through significant life transitions, helping them to develop coping strategies, reduce the impact of these transitions, and ensure their smooth progress, with a focus on the safety and well-being of children. The responsibilities include delivering high-quality assessments, consultation, and referral services aimed at fostering mental health improvements and helping clients achieve their goals.

The position will involve supervising four direct reports and leading, supervising, and developing the team to reach their full potential. As the escalation point for the team, the main responsibility will be to guide them to achieve their personal and professional goals. The primary duty will be to lead from the front and set the standards for the team.



Benefits

  • Full training is provided across MSTCAN.
  • Supportive team and Leadership are all dedicated to providing a better future for others.
  • Car and fuel card.
  • Regular WFH (2 days a week) RDOs and flexible start and finish times.
  • Relocation costs covered.

Key Requirements

  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant area (PH. D. or Masters Degree in Clinical or Counselling Psychology, Social Work, registered Psychologist or a related subject area).
  • Significant experience or extensive knowledge in Family systems theory and application.
  • Stong leadership skills, the role is managing a team of four.

Contact Samantha on 02 9000 4093 for a confidential conversation, Please submit your up-to-date CV through the "ÄPPY NOW" button

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