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Psychologist (VPSG5.1)

Job posted: 25/07/2022
Applications close: 24/08/2022 (Midnight)
9 days remaining

9 days remaining

Job Description

Location: Melbourne | CBD

Job type: Not provided

Organisation: Victoria State Emergency Service

Salary: $103,920 - $114,828

Occupation: Health and Allied Health

Reference: VG/VG/PSYCH2

Reference: VG/VG/PSYCH2

Occupation: Health and Allied Health

Salary Range: $103,920 - $114,828

Work location: Melbourne | CBD

Provide clinical care and support systems to emergency response members across Victoria.

  • $103,920 to $114,828 + 10.5% Super
  • Ongoing Full Time (Part time applicants welcome to apply!)
  • Work with members and leaders to manage risks to psychological health.

 WHO WE ARE:

Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) is a volunteer-based emergency service. Our highly skilled and equipped Volunteers are trained comprehensively in a wide range of emergency environments. To minimise the impact of emergencies when they occur and strengthen the community's capacity to recover swiftly and safely, VICSES focuses on working with communities and partners in building resilience to achieve more aware, informed and prepared communities.  We support them to understand their risk and the relevance of taking action before, during and after emergency events.

As the largest road rescue network in Australia we have specialist teams that provide a 24/7 response to road accident and trauma incidents. We assist Victoria Police in search and rescue operations, and play an important role in supporting the Country Fire Authority (CFA), Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV), Parks Victoria and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) during major bushfire and emergency incidents.

ROLE SUMMARY:

This role leads the delivery of designated mental health workplace initiatives, as well as the provision of clinical support services to VICSES members in line with best practice.

This role is required to participate in a 24 hour on call roster on a rotating basis to provide advice, crisis intervention and critical incident support to members in time-critical situations.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Support the implementation of the VICSES Mental Health and Wellbeing Framework by leading the design and development of best practice mental health and wellbeing policies, programs, and strategies.

Manage a case load of members through the provision of psychological services, including initial triage assessments, treatment planning and referrals in accordance with relevant standards.

Assess and implement appropriate crisis intervention strategies and coordinate and provide critical incident support as required.

Enhance our ability to care for our members by providing advice and support to our managers, volunteer leaders and consultants regarding members' mental health, wellbeing, and fitness for role requirements.

Develop and deliver programs, resources and education to build mental health literacy and capability of members and reduce the potential impacts of mental health issues.

TO APPLY:

Please view the Position Description and submit an application via careers.vic.gov.au.  Applications should include a cover letter detailing your relevant skills and experience, along with a current resume or CV.

For further information about the role, please contact Rachel Treeby on 0407 632 927.

Applications are being considered as they are received so apply today!

 

VICSES staff are required to comply with the COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Direction and all successful candidates are required to provide their vaccination status before commencing employment.

VICSES is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to being a child safe organisation and are taking a leadership role in gender equality in the emergency management sector. For more information on our values and the benefits of working with us, please click here - ses.vic.gov.au/join-us/careers

Psychologist (VPSG5.1)

Job type:

Not provided

Job classification:

VPSG5.1

Contact:

Rachel Treeby | 0407 632 927

Psychologist (VPSG5.1)