• Providing evidence-based psychological assessment and intervention to adults with complex mental health issues
  • Contributing to multi-disciplinary clinical reviews, governance and other service specific forums
  • Providing supervision to psychologists and placement students
  • Providing consultation to other professionals
  • Contributing to service development 

Qualification, skills and experience:

  • Masters or Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from an APS accredited course or equivalent, OR Doctorate degree in Forensic Psychology from an APS accredited course or equivalent.
  • APHRA registration with clinical and/or forensic endorsement
  • Knowledge and experience working with offenders, including those with personality disorders.
  • A good understanding of the current psychological approaches in working with mentally disordered male patients in the forensic mental health setting.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and supervision to staff and students.
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation, the mental health system, and the criminal justice system.
  • Expertise in clinical/forensic research and program development and evaluation. 

Please note:

All Psychology applicants are required to submit their profile for this position on our eCredentaling system. If you are a new user of Mercury eCredentaling and do not have a current profile, you will be required to register. If you are an existing user of Mercury eCredentaling, please log in using your existing username and password.

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We value our staff and provide a range of employee benefits including:

  • Great salary packaging conditions
  • Excellent leave entitlements
  • Ongoing training and full orientation
  • Comprehensive Health and Wellbeing Programs including: Staff health service, Critical Incident Stress Management and Employee Assistance Programs.
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