School Psychologists Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia

JOB DESCRIPTION

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit the AISWA website:  www.ais.wa.edu.au/jobs-aiswa/ 

AISWA is seeking talented individuals to provide psychological services to assist Independent school communities in their mission of supporting, engaging, and educating their students. 

Perth metro and Albany-based positions are available, commencing Term 1, 2023.  Both full-time and part-time hours will be considered.

AISWA is seeking talented individuals to provide psychological services to assist Independent school communities in their mission of supporting, engaging, and educating their students. 

Perth Metro and Albany-based positions are available, commencing Term 1, 2023.  Both full-time and part-time hours will be considered.

The AISWA Psychologists work as part of a collaborative School Psychology team. The position involves supporting AISWA schools across WA and requires travel.

The successful candidate(s) will support Independent schools in Western Australia by providing psychological and educational services to schools to support staff, students, and families.  The Psychologists will support schools to maximise educational outcomes for students by meeting the psychological and educational needs associated with student diversity, and positively impact student wellbeing, engagement, and behaviour.

The Psychologists will have responsibility for a group of schools that may be in metropolitan and/or country locations.  Additional team projects and program work may extend beyond this group of schools. 

To view the Key Role Responsibilities for this position, please download the job description available from the AISWA website at:

https://www.ais.wa.edu.au/job/school-psychologist-2

Applications must include:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Confirmation of AHPRA Registration
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Names and contact details of two professional referees

AISWA is committed to the safety, protection and wellbeing of children. The successful applicant will be required to maintain a current WA Working with Children Card, and to comply at all times with AISWA’s policies for ethical conduct for staff. 

We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

For more information and to apply for this position, please visit the AISWA website:  www.ais.wa.edu.au/jobs-aiswa/ 

JOB SUMMARY

Organisation

Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia

Job Salary

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