Youth Mental Health Clinician – Temora Murrumbidgee Local Health District

JOB DESCRIPTION

Employment Type: Permanent Part Time
Position Classification: Dependent upon qualifications and experience
Remuneration: $67,357.32 – $125,151.00 per annum, pro rata (+ super + 17.5% leave loading where applicable)
Hours per Week: up to 20
Requisition ID: REQ424142
Applications Close: 15 September 2023
Vaccination Category: A (including influenza and 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccination)

 

 

Outstanding Experience. Infinite Opportunities.

 

 

Here in the Riverina, we treasure your skills and experience and we’re ready to roll out the red carpet to welcome you to town.

We’ve prepared oodles of goodies to help you move and settle in, including:

  • Salary packaging up to $20,600 per annum tax free for living expenses! Take advantage of novated leasing a new car!
  • Relocation assistance and accommodation support considerations
  • Subsidised gym and leisure centre membership for you and your family
  • Free confidential counselling services for you and your family
  • Flexible working arrangements, choose your own hours! 

 

Craving a fresh start somewhere new and actually interesting? Join the incredible team in the Murrumbidgee District. Jump in at a comfort level that suits you: from state-of-the-art hospital that will remind you of the city, to small multi-disciplinary health facility where you literally get to do it all. No matter where you choose, your learning will be nurtured and you’ll be well supported to operate at the top of your scope.

And don’t worry – there are already oodles of young people here to welcome you: at work, in local clubs, at the pub, and down at the river!

There’s heaps to show your family when they come to visit, which is a breeze – you’ll be central to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. (You can always pop home for the weekend on a quick flight if you find a break in your social calendar!)

Want to know more about the community of Temora? Visit us here.

 

About Your Role

The focus is on young people with complex or high needs who may be difficult to engage in effective treatment and support. The aim is to guide the future management of these young people in primary health settings, provide evidence based interventions or to facilitate referral to specialist settings where required. These young people may be exhibiting behaviour which is indicative of a developing mental health problem, i.e. prodromal symptoms that may be recognised by parents, teachers or other service providers, e.g. Drug and Alcohol services.  

Identified outcomes are:

  • Successful therapeutic engagement with young people experiencing or at risk of developing severe mental illness, who may be considered very hard to engage
  • better experience of care through integrated and coordinated service models (with a particular focus on headspace centres, child and adolescent mental health services, hospitals and schools)
  • avoidance of unnecessary hospitalisations through timely access to appropriate and targeted clinical care
  • active use of a multiagency care plan for young people with, or at risk of, severe and complex mental illness, to help link providers across multiple services involved in a young person’s care
  • improved support for families and carers of young people experiencing severe mental illness

Priority populations will include young people who identify and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, young people experiencing social and/or economic disadvantage, young people at risk of withdrawing from education or employment, young people who have experienced trauma, and young people who are at risk of hospitalisation.

Learn more about the role and requirements here.

 

 

Upgrade Your Career and Lifestyle at MLHD

Your application will require you to include a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and experience and why you are a good fit for this position.

Go on, you’ve earned a promotion, a world-class workplace, inspiring colleagues, award-winning staff and patient programs – all wrapped up in a rich tapestry of cultural treasures. Contact Jane McNamara, Team Manager – Temora Specialist Mental Health/Drug and Alcohol Service on 02 6980 0200 or [email protected] now for a confidential chat.

 

New applicants must have completed the COVID-19 vaccination course prior to commencement with NSW Health or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate. Should a medical contraindication certificate be provided, ongoing employment post certificate expiry is conditional to meeting COVID-19 vaccination requirements. 

MLHD is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage all suitably qualified applicants to apply, including Aboriginal People and people from racial, ethnic, or ethno-religious minority groups and people with disability.

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JOB SUMMARY

Organisation

Murrumbidgee Local Health District

Job Salary

Part time