Clinical Psychologist

About the CompanyThis organisation prides itself on its outstanding level of care both at the purpose built facility and in the homes of clients. Their focus on individual based treatment allows clients to play a role in developing a plan to recovery that facilitates a feeling of personal achievement. Serving a majority of DHB’s this organisation has treated over a great proportion of clients affected by TBI in New ZealandAbout the RoleAs part of the in-patient multidisciplinary team you will provide valuable expertise to develop rehabilitation and therapy plans. Using an array of assessment tools you will provide holistic and nurturing treatment to your clients. Your key focus will be to provide support and encourage clients towards improving independence their daily tasks. Conducting assessments and providing therapy at the facility and in the homes or work places of TBI clientsDutiesPerforming neurological screening and concussion assessmentProvide rehabilitation services to both paediatric and adult clientsBuild effective relationships with internal and external stakeholdersPlay and active role in education of staff, clients and their familiesSkills & ExperienceA current APC and registration with the NZ Psychologists BoardAn established Clinical Psychologist with postgraduate experienceA passion for neuropsychology and working with brain injury clientsBe self-directed, flexible and have good organisational skills.Experience working within an interdisciplinary teamCultureCollaboration is a key principle at this organisation. The multidisciplinary team and wider organisation provide a supportive environment for you to voice your professional views and feedback. This positive environment allows employees to feel valued and able to grow within the organisationBenefitsPart time and full time options available to suit your lifestyleRemuneration to match your experience in neuropsychologyGrow your skills with this organisations university partnersEnjoy a new rewarding role, providing continuity of care to brain injury clients to improve their independence in daily life. Apply todayFrontline Health are a leading network of specialist permanent health recruiters. We have roles opening and closing daily. If you are looking for your next move and this is not it, get in touch to find out how we can help. New Zealand - NZ Wellington Wellington Central

Clinical Psychologist

  • Work autonomously as well as within an interdisciplinary team
  • Rehabilitation provider to 80% of New Zealand DHB's
  • Participation in international conferences to grow your expertise

About the Company
This organisation prides itself on its outstanding level of care both at the purpose built facility and in the homes of clients. Their focus on individual based treatment allows clients to play a role in developing a plan to recovery that facilitates a feeling of personal achievement. Serving a majority of DHB’s this organisation has treated over a great proportion of clients affected by TBI in New Zealand

About the Role
As part of the in-patient multidisciplinary team you will provide valuable expertise to develop rehabilitation and therapy plans. Using an array of assessment tools you will provide holistic and nurturing treatment to your clients. Your key focus will be to provide support and encourage clients towards improving independence their daily tasks. Conducting assessments and providing therapy at the facility and in the homes or work places of TBI clients

Duties

  • Performing neurological screening and concussion assessment
  • Provide rehabilitation services to both paediatric and adult clients
  • Build effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Play and active role in education of staff, clients and their families

Skills & Experience

  • A current APC and registration with the NZ Psychologists Board
  • An established Clinical Psychologist with postgraduate experience
  • A passion for neuropsychology and working with brain injury clients
  • Be self-directed, flexible and have good organisational skills.
  • Experience working within an interdisciplinary team

Culture
Collaboration is a key principle at this organisation. The multidisciplinary team and wider organisation provide a supportive environment for you to voice your professional views and feedback. This positive environment allows employees to feel valued and able to grow within the organisation

Benefits

  • Part time and full time options available to suit your lifestyle
  • Remuneration to match your experience in neuropsychology
  • Grow your skills with this organisations university partners

Enjoy a new rewarding role, providing continuity of care to brain injury clients to improve their independence in daily life. Apply today

Frontline Health are a leading network of specialist permanent health recruiters. We have roles opening and closing daily. If you are looking for your next move and this is not it, get in touch to find out how we can help.


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