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Practice Lead Infant Child Family Program

Job posted: 14/06/2024
Applications close: 11/12/2024 (Midnight)
151 days remaining

151 days remaining

Job Description

Location: North East Region | Wangaratta

Job type: Part time

Organisation: Albury Wodonga Health

Salary: $112,320 - $118,560

Occupation: Health and Allied Health

Reference: 584

Reference: 584

Occupation: Health and Allied Health

Salary Range: $112,320 - $118,560

Work location: North East Region | Wangaratta

Practice Lead - Infant Child Family Program - Allied Health Gr3 - RPN4

Closing Date: 19/06/2024 

The Mental Health Clinician for Infant Child Family Program will be a valued member of the Infant Child Youth Mental Health Service and will be required to provide clinical leadership, consultation, supervision and professional development in Infant Parent Mental Health. We are actively seeking candidates who meet the following requirements to apply for this exceptional opportunity.

  • Unencumbered registration with APHRA for Nursing, Occupational Therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Eligibility for membership with AASW for Social Work.
  • Nurses will hold a post graduate qualification in Mental Health Nursing or specialist post basic course of training which led to registration as a Div3 nurse. Experience and demonstrated ability to work as a health professional within a multidisciplinary team providing a range of child, youth and family therapeutic interventions.
  • Provide specialist education and consultation to these agencies that will assist them in their capacity to identify and support infants and toddlers who may be developing poor emotional health.
  • Ensure that services provided are consistent with the guidelines and standards for best practice in the area and contributes to the development of best practice guidelines where these are not yet available. 
  • Provide clinical leadership, consultation and expertise in the delivery of assessment and intervention with infants, children and their families/ or caregivers.

Employment Type: This is a part time substantive opportunity.

For Further information please email Winnie.McCulloch@awh.org.au 

About Mental Health Services at Albury Wodonga Health (AWH)

Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) is established in the twin cities of Albury and Wodonga, between Sydney and Melbourne. Our dedicated team of nearly 3,000 staff supports a population of 250,000 people throughout North-East Victoria and Southern NSW.  Our extensive network encompasses two primary hospital campuses, and an additional 22 sites, delivering a diverse range of emergency, community, mental health, allied health and sub-acute services.

 

AWH is an Area Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, providing mental health treatment, care and support, including delivering Alcohol and Other Drugs services. We deliver 10 specialised community-based programs, along with three acute care services and three facilities dedicated to recovery and rehabilitation. We also provide services supporting families coping with parental mental illness and facilitating connections to carer consultants.

 

Our Mental Health and Wellbeing teams comprise mental health clinicians with a background in nursing, occupational therapy, social work and psychology, all of whom have experience in helping people through a range of therapies. The diversity of our service provides a range of experiences for our team and will assist you in expanding and embedding your clinical practice skills.

What awaits you at AWH?

AWH offers full orientation and training. AWH provides excellent staff benefits including:
Salary packaging and novated leasing through Maxxia
Employee assistance and wellbeing programs, including Fitness Passport
Staff Discounts with our many business partners
We also offer relocation support to assist with securing local housing, arranging childcare/education (if necessary), and seeking employment opportunities for partners, establishing social connections, and seamlessly integrating into the Albury Wodonga community during your transition.

Are you ready to become part of our team?

To uncover compelling reasons to embark on this career journey with us and become part of our fantastic team, contact people.culture@awh.org.au for a copy of our Candidate Information Pack and the Position Description.

Salary and terms will be in accordance with the relevant state EBA or Award.

AWH prioritises Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practice, and embraces Cultural Diversity and Social Inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Please note that appointments are contingent on satisfactory pre-employment checks including Criminal Record check and working with Children checks.

Important Notice: All healthcare workers must be fully vaccinated or hold an approved medical contraindication certificate. Successful candidates will need to provide documentation of their COVID-19 and flu vaccination status.

If you don't meet all the requirements of this role, please submit your details to AWH as you may be a great fit for another role.
Submit your details through AWH Community Talent Pool and our team can connect with you if a suitable position arises.

Practice Lead Infant Child Family Program

Job type:

Part time

Job classification:

Undefined

Contact:

Winnie.McCulloch@awh.org.au - Winnie McCulloch - 0260517900

Practice Lead Infant Child Family Program