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    • brisbane, queensland
    • temporary
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + 10% super
    • full-time
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL LIAISON OFFICER - OPEN ARMS - BRISBANE The Clinical Liaison Officer, Regional Support will work in collaboration with the National Operations Team and Regional Teams to support the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison, Client Assist and the Regions in liaison across Open Arms, liaison with DVA services, input into and coordination of complex clinical situations, and support for clinical quality improvement initiatives. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a Clinical Liaison Officer, you will liaise with DVA services, provide input into and coordination of complex clinical situations and support clinical quality improvement initiatives. Duties include: Provision of nationally consistent clinical advice to Open Arms staff.Coordinating responses to clinical escalations and working with Client Assist and regional teams to prepare written responses to the Secretary and Ministers Office.Liaison with DVA services to support the regions in the management of complex and at-risk clients.Promote quality improvement through monitoring, analysis and feedback of implementation data, clinical activities and client outcomes and identification of system issues.Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Work closely with the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison to coordinate triage and provide immediate support to vulnerable veterans and their families.ABOUT YOU: Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationMental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with AASWRelevant clinical and case management experienceHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to interpret, present and communicate data effectivelyAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)YOUR BENEFITS: $60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Genuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeingIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL LIAISON OFFICER - OPEN ARMS - BRISBANE The Clinical Liaison Officer, Regional Support will work in collaboration with the National Operations Team and Regional Teams to support the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison, Client Assist and the Regions in liaison across Open Arms, liaison with DVA services, input into and coordination of complex clinical situations, and support for clinical quality improvement initiatives. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a Clinical Liaison Officer, you will liaise with DVA services, provide input into and coordination of complex clinical situations and support clinical quality improvement initiatives. Duties include: Provision of nationally consistent clinical advice to Open Arms staff.Coordinating responses to clinical escalations and working with Client Assist and regional teams to prepare written responses to the Secretary and Ministers Office.Liaison with DVA services to support the regions in the management of complex and at-risk clients.Promote quality improvement through monitoring, analysis and feedback of implementation data, clinical activities and client outcomes and identification of system issues.Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Work closely with the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison to coordinate triage and provide immediate support to vulnerable veterans and their families.ABOUT YOU: Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationMental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with AASWRelevant clinical and case management experienceHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to interpret, present and communicate data effectivelyAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)YOUR BENEFITS: $60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Genuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeingIf this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    • brisbane, queensland
    • temporary
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + 10% super
    • full-time
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL LIAISON OFFICER - OPEN ARMS - BRISBANEThe Clinical Liaison Officer, Regional Support will work in collaboration with the National Operations Team and Regional Teams to support the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison, Client Assist and the Regions in liaison across Open Arms, liaison with DVA services, input into and coordination of complex clinical situations, and support for clinical quality improvement initiatives. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Liaison Officer, you will liaise with DVA services, provide input into and coordination of complex clinical situations and support clinical quality improvement initiatives.Duties include:Provision of nationally consistent clinical advice to Open Arms staff.Coordinating responses to clinical escalations and working with Client Assist and regional teams to prepare written responses to the Secretary and Ministers Office.Liaison with DVA services to support the regions in the management of complex and at-risk clients.Promote quality improvement through monitoring, analysis and feedback of implementation data, clinical activities and client outcomes and identification of system issues.Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Work closely with the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison to coordinate triage and provide immediate support to vulnerable veterans and their families. ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationMental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with AASWRelevant clinical and case management experienceHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to interpret, present and communicate data effectivelyAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Genuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAL LIAISON OFFICER - OPEN ARMS - BRISBANEThe Clinical Liaison Officer, Regional Support will work in collaboration with the National Operations Team and Regional Teams to support the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison, Client Assist and the Regions in liaison across Open Arms, liaison with DVA services, input into and coordination of complex clinical situations, and support for clinical quality improvement initiatives. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a Clinical Liaison Officer, you will liaise with DVA services, provide input into and coordination of complex clinical situations and support clinical quality improvement initiatives.Duties include:Provision of nationally consistent clinical advice to Open Arms staff.Coordinating responses to clinical escalations and working with Client Assist and regional teams to prepare written responses to the Secretary and Ministers Office.Liaison with DVA services to support the regions in the management of complex and at-risk clients.Promote quality improvement through monitoring, analysis and feedback of implementation data, clinical activities and client outcomes and identification of system issues.Support participative workplace practices in line with policies of WHS, Workplace Diversity and the Australian Public Service values, Employment Principles and the APS Code of Conduct.Work closely with the Assistant Director Clinical Liaison to coordinate triage and provide immediate support to vulnerable veterans and their families. ABOUT YOU:Qualified Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Nurses must have current AHPRA registrationMental health accredited Social Workers must be registered with AASWRelevant clinical and case management experienceHighly developed written and verbal communication skillsAbility to interpret, present and communicate data effectivelyAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) YOUR BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week)Genuine opportunity to support vulnerable and/or at risk clients and enhance wellbeing If this position appeals to you, please don't hesitate to apply! If you have any questions or would like to know more, contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    • townsville, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$75,000 - AU$90,000, per year, plus super, bonuses, $4K CPD
    • full-time
    Occupational Therapist - Townsville This is your chance to work from home while being a part of a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team! Due to significant growth, your new workplace has opportunities for Occupational Therapist available in Townsville. They are dedicated to providing high quality therapy that makes a real difference in participants lives as well as offering training and consulting services. ABOUT YOUR ROLE: YOUR BENEFITS: Competitive remuneration + Laptop and Phone + $4000 CPD!Work from home.A high degree of autonomy and the ability to choose your own schedule!Permanent, full time position within a growing organisation.Being a highly respected member of a successful multi-disciplinary team.Ongoing professional development and mentoring. You will... Provide specialist advice and clinical services including assessment, diagnosis, treatment and intervention programs.Regularly review progress and assess outcomes, setting new objectives along the way.Delivering holistic and integrated client care and management.Collaborate closely with clients, their families and carers to provide a comprehensive assessment of their everyday skills requirements and identify the best course of action.Actively contribute to the development of professional knowledge and skills in Occupational Therapy.ABOUT YOU: As an Occupational Therapist who is part of an organisation that is passionate about empowering participants and allowing them to see their own potential, you will share their values of taking a client-centred approach and enjoy working closely with participants' families to ensure best possible health outcomes. You will also possess: Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy.AHPRA Certification.A current Australian driver’s licence and willingness to obtain a police check.Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Lynden Campbell on 1 300 289 817 or email lynden.campbell@randstad.com.au. He would love to speak with you!! My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Occupational Therapist - Townsville This is your chance to work from home while being a part of a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team! Due to significant growth, your new workplace has opportunities for Occupational Therapist available in Townsville. They are dedicated to providing high quality therapy that makes a real difference in participants lives as well as offering training and consulting services. ABOUT YOUR ROLE: YOUR BENEFITS: Competitive remuneration + Laptop and Phone + $4000 CPD!Work from home.A high degree of autonomy and the ability to choose your own schedule!Permanent, full time position within a growing organisation.Being a highly respected member of a successful multi-disciplinary team.Ongoing professional development and mentoring. You will... Provide specialist advice and clinical services including assessment, diagnosis, treatment and intervention programs.Regularly review progress and assess outcomes, setting new objectives along the way.Delivering holistic and integrated client care and management.Collaborate closely with clients, their families and carers to provide a comprehensive assessment of their everyday skills requirements and identify the best course of action.Actively contribute to the development of professional knowledge and skills in Occupational Therapy.ABOUT YOU: As an Occupational Therapist who is part of an organisation that is passionate about empowering participants and allowing them to see their own potential, you will share their values of taking a client-centred approach and enjoy working closely with participants' families to ensure best possible health outcomes. You will also possess: Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy.AHPRA Certification.A current Australian driver’s licence and willingness to obtain a police check.Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Lynden Campbell on 1 300 289 817 or email lynden.campbell@randstad.com.au. He would love to speak with you!! My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$77,000 - AU$88,000, per year, + 10% Super
    • full-time
    Behaviour Support Consultant - BrisbaneApply groundbreaking practices and frameworks within a holistic, multidisciplinary team to ensure ideal outcomes for young people experiencing Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Work within Australia's premier Autism-specialised service to provide proven early-intervention measures and increase quality of life for your clients. Become part of a diverse, holistic team and work collaboratively to apply specialised therapies that maximise the cognitive and social abilities of participants as well as reduce, and even eliminate, maladaptive behaviour. About your role:Work cooperatively alongside Allied Health Practitioners, Early Childhood Educators and Intervention Specialists, and participant's families to identify the needs of children through various assessment tools, methodologies and key inputsMonitor, evaluate and review the implementation of Individual Plans against holistic, autonomy-driven goalsPrioritise client development by facilitating positive stakeholder relationships and utilising approved external servicesProvide scheduled, clinical supervision and mentoring to employees and as part of graduate practicum programsRemain committed to lifelong learning within the speciality of evidence-based intervention for young people experiencing Autism Spectrum DisorderAbout you:Bachelor qualification in Allied Health, Social or Behavioural Sciences or Social WorkBoard Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA), Masters in Applied Behavioural Analysis, studying towards BCBA Certification or Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) Current Blue Card & NDIS Worker Screening Check (or ability to obtain)Demonstrated knowledge of child development and experience within child development-based practicesPassionate about working with children experiencing Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families Your salary & benefits:$78,000 - $88,000 per year + 10% superannuationA long list of professional and personal development opportunitiesWork for Australia's most prominent Autism specialistsIf this position excites you, please apply immediately via the link provided.Randstad Health & Social Care are dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Zoe Gates on 07 3777 5215 or email zoe.gates@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress!At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Behaviour Support Consultant - BrisbaneApply groundbreaking practices and frameworks within a holistic, multidisciplinary team to ensure ideal outcomes for young people experiencing Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Work within Australia's premier Autism-specialised service to provide proven early-intervention measures and increase quality of life for your clients. Become part of a diverse, holistic team and work collaboratively to apply specialised therapies that maximise the cognitive and social abilities of participants as well as reduce, and even eliminate, maladaptive behaviour. About your role:Work cooperatively alongside Allied Health Practitioners, Early Childhood Educators and Intervention Specialists, and participant's families to identify the needs of children through various assessment tools, methodologies and key inputsMonitor, evaluate and review the implementation of Individual Plans against holistic, autonomy-driven goalsPrioritise client development by facilitating positive stakeholder relationships and utilising approved external servicesProvide scheduled, clinical supervision and mentoring to employees and as part of graduate practicum programsRemain committed to lifelong learning within the speciality of evidence-based intervention for young people experiencing Autism Spectrum DisorderAbout you:Bachelor qualification in Allied Health, Social or Behavioural Sciences or Social WorkBoard Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA), Masters in Applied Behavioural Analysis, studying towards BCBA Certification or Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) Current Blue Card & NDIS Worker Screening Check (or ability to obtain)Demonstrated knowledge of child development and experience within child development-based practicesPassionate about working with children experiencing Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families Your salary & benefits:$78,000 - $88,000 per year + 10% superannuationA long list of professional and personal development opportunitiesWork for Australia's most prominent Autism specialistsIf this position excites you, please apply immediately via the link provided.Randstad Health & Social Care are dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Zoe Gates on 07 3777 5215 or email zoe.gates@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress!At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • contract
    • AU$79.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    BRISBANE/ IPSWICH : EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CLIENT ASSIST PRACTICE & QUALITY Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health services for Australian veterans and their families. The Assistant Director Clinical Operations, is responsible to the Director Client Assist Contact Centre for overseeing and managing the provision of a health and allied health telephony based service that provides clinical intake, escalations services, brief telephone counselling interventions, risk and safety planning for veterans and their families who are in distress. To achieve this, the Assistant Director, Clinical Operations will provide ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians conducting initial assessment and triage for clients entering the service. This role provides clinical oversight and operational coordination for the Client Assist Contact Centre, in line with the Open Arms clinical practice policies and procedures. Awareness of working within a telephony environment is an important component to the effectiveness of the role. ABOUT THE ROLE: Duties include:Provision of ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians in the intake teamImplement Client Assist service improvements projects and initiatives to enhance client service deliveryMaintain and improve national consistency in clinical activities, including clinical record keeping, and assessment of clinical risk and clients’ needs.Develop and implement Open Arms Intake protocols, procedures, and best practices and clear triage guidelines and protocols responding to identify clinical risk among clients.Lead a small team and coordinate professional development for the clinical teamActively contribute to Open Arms National projects, clinical policies and procedures, case management practices and Quality Assurance activities ABOUT YOU:Substantial experience in complex mental health in intake, triage, risk assessment and counselling.Relevant management experience in a clinical settingBe available to work between 7 am to 12am with once a month weekend workAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) THE BENEFITS:$80 p/h + superannuation, paid weeklyFlexible working hours in a 24/7 call center environmentThe team is “lived experience” informed and resourced If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    BRISBANE/ IPSWICH : EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CLIENT ASSIST PRACTICE & QUALITY Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health services for Australian veterans and their families. The Assistant Director Clinical Operations, is responsible to the Director Client Assist Contact Centre for overseeing and managing the provision of a health and allied health telephony based service that provides clinical intake, escalations services, brief telephone counselling interventions, risk and safety planning for veterans and their families who are in distress. To achieve this, the Assistant Director, Clinical Operations will provide ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians conducting initial assessment and triage for clients entering the service. This role provides clinical oversight and operational coordination for the Client Assist Contact Centre, in line with the Open Arms clinical practice policies and procedures. Awareness of working within a telephony environment is an important component to the effectiveness of the role. ABOUT THE ROLE: Duties include:Provision of ongoing consultation and advice to clinicians in the intake teamImplement Client Assist service improvements projects and initiatives to enhance client service deliveryMaintain and improve national consistency in clinical activities, including clinical record keeping, and assessment of clinical risk and clients’ needs.Develop and implement Open Arms Intake protocols, procedures, and best practices and clear triage guidelines and protocols responding to identify clinical risk among clients.Lead a small team and coordinate professional development for the clinical teamActively contribute to Open Arms National projects, clinical policies and procedures, case management practices and Quality Assurance activities ABOUT YOU:Substantial experience in complex mental health in intake, triage, risk assessment and counselling.Relevant management experience in a clinical settingBe available to work between 7 am to 12am with once a month weekend workAASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) THE BENEFITS:$80 p/h + superannuation, paid weeklyFlexible working hours in a 24/7 call center environmentThe team is “lived experience” informed and resourced If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    You now have the opportunity to become a Child Safety officer in one of the many locations that tropical Queensland has to offer! These locations are perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts too! From snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to chasing waterfalls ! Multiple positions available in Cairns, Toowoomba, Atherton, Rockhampton and Townsville! Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    You now have the opportunity to become a Child Safety officer in one of the many locations that tropical Queensland has to offer! These locations are perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts too! From snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef to chasing waterfalls ! Multiple positions available in Cairns, Toowoomba, Atherton, Rockhampton and Townsville! Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • toowoomba, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Opportunity to work in one of the four service centres in Toowomba!Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Social welfare, Human Services, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicensePrepared to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Opportunity to work in one of the four service centres in Toowomba!Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Social welfare, Human Services, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicensePrepared to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • rockhampton, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary:Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits:Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team cultureContinuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenrelocation assistance About the role:Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families.Field and office workProvide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centersBuild rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science Other relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approachBe an advocate for othersApplicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Job Summary:Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits:Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team cultureContinuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenrelocation assistance About the role:Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families.Field and office workProvide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centersBuild rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science Other relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approachBe an advocate for othersApplicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • aspley, queensland
    • contract
    • AU$60.00 - AU$65.00, per hour, + 10% super
    • full-time
    OPEN ARMS, ASPLEY: PSYCHOLOGIST or MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL WORKERHere is your chance to give back! Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families. As a ‘Counsellor’ within this federal government department, you will play a key role in making a substantial difference in the lives of veterans and their families. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a mental health professional, all intervention implemented will be evidence based with tried and proven results. With the patient and their wellbeing at the forefront of your thinking, you will:Provide high quality clinical services including assessment; referral; and evidence based individual, couple and family counsellingDeliver complex case management servicesLiaise and form partnerships with key external stakeholdersPromote community development and servicesParticipate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities ABOUT YOU:Psychologist or Mental Health Social workerMinimum 3 years experience with clinical case managementSkills and experience in couples and family therapy are highly regardedDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendProvide meaningful support and enhance mental health & wellbeing of this community of veterans, defence members & their familiesSupportive team environment If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
    OPEN ARMS, ASPLEY: PSYCHOLOGIST or MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL WORKERHere is your chance to give back! Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families. As a ‘Counsellor’ within this federal government department, you will play a key role in making a substantial difference in the lives of veterans and their families. ABOUT THE ROLE:As a mental health professional, all intervention implemented will be evidence based with tried and proven results. With the patient and their wellbeing at the forefront of your thinking, you will:Provide high quality clinical services including assessment; referral; and evidence based individual, couple and family counsellingDeliver complex case management servicesLiaise and form partnerships with key external stakeholdersPromote community development and servicesParticipate in Open Arms program evaluation and research activities ABOUT YOU:Psychologist or Mental Health Social workerMinimum 3 years experience with clinical case managementSkills and experience in couples and family therapy are highly regardedDefence Force or Veterans Affairs knowledge an advantageAustralian citizen (federal government requirement) BENEFITS:$60 to $65 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendProvide meaningful support and enhance mental health & wellbeing of this community of veterans, defence members & their familiesSupportive team environment If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300 289 817. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your roletype.
    • rockhampton, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of children About the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science Other relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of children About the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science Other relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    • rockhampton, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$80,000 - AU$90,000, per year, + Super + Salary Packaging + KM Allowance
    • full-time
    BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT PRACTITIONER - Rockhampton Are you looking for a rewarding career that will see you uplifting the lives of vulnerable members of the community?? Here's your chance! Your future workplace is a well-established not-for-profit organisation that is looking to add another member to their multidisciplinary team in Rockhampton. Their holistic service offering includes everything from innovative community participation to employment and accommodation services.ABOUT YOUR ROLE:Undertaking relevant assessments to identify causal factors of challenging behavioursDevelop effective strategies and plans that address the behaviour and enhance the quality of lifeImplement behaviour support plansProvide coaching, modelling and support to stakeholdersMonitor the plan’s effectiveness, review challenging behaviour and makes necessary changes ABOUT YOU:Degree qualified in allied health or social and behavioural sciencesExperience creating and implementing behaviour support plans or intervention plansKnowledge of restrictive practicesCurrent Australian Driver Licence YOUR BENEFITS:$80-90k + Super + Salary Packaging + KM AllowanceAbility to make a difference in the communityWork for a charitable community organisation who will invest in your professional development If this position EXCITES you then please apply via the link below! To discuss the role or have a confidential discussion regarding opportunities and your professional journey, please call me (Lynden Campbell) on 1300 289 817 or email lynden.campbell@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT PRACTITIONER - Rockhampton Are you looking for a rewarding career that will see you uplifting the lives of vulnerable members of the community?? Here's your chance! Your future workplace is a well-established not-for-profit organisation that is looking to add another member to their multidisciplinary team in Rockhampton. Their holistic service offering includes everything from innovative community participation to employment and accommodation services.ABOUT YOUR ROLE:Undertaking relevant assessments to identify causal factors of challenging behavioursDevelop effective strategies and plans that address the behaviour and enhance the quality of lifeImplement behaviour support plansProvide coaching, modelling and support to stakeholdersMonitor the plan’s effectiveness, review challenging behaviour and makes necessary changes ABOUT YOU:Degree qualified in allied health or social and behavioural sciencesExperience creating and implementing behaviour support plans or intervention plansKnowledge of restrictive practicesCurrent Australian Driver Licence YOUR BENEFITS:$80-90k + Super + Salary Packaging + KM AllowanceAbility to make a difference in the communityWork for a charitable community organisation who will invest in your professional development If this position EXCITES you then please apply via the link below! To discuss the role or have a confidential discussion regarding opportunities and your professional journey, please call me (Lynden Campbell) on 1300 289 817 or email lynden.campbell@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • contract
    • AU$70.00 - AU$80.00, per hour, + super
    • full-time
    BRISBANE: EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CLINICAL COORDINATION Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health services for Australian veterans and their families. The Assistant Director Clinical Coordination will work collaboratively with key internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arms’ ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. ABOUT THE ROLE:As Assistant Director, you will oversee the quality of client care by providing clinical oversight and complex case management, within a stepped-care model of service provision. Duties include:Line management such as recruitment, selection, induction, supervision, and performance management of Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) and Peer Team LeadersActively contribute to Open Arms National projects, clinical policies and procedures, case management practices and Quality Assurance activitiesEstablish and maintain effective strategic relationships with specialist service providers and develop relevant referral pathways within the regionRepresent Open Arms at stakeholder events; participate in clinical and team meetings, and contribute to the management, departmental projects and committees. Ensure all clinical work undertaken in the region is conducted in accordance with the governance requirements of Open Arms ABOUT YOU:AASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistExtensive mental health clinical experience Relevant management experience within clinical settingsExperience in mental health complex case managementAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)Previous military service or relevant experience in providing support to the Veteran community is highly regarded.Relevant experience in leading and managing Peers who use lived experience to support and educate clients is desirable. THE BENEFITS:$70 to $80 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendThe team is “lived experience” informed and resourced If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300289817
    BRISBANE: EL1 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CLINICAL COORDINATION Open Arms is Australia’s leading provider of mental health services for Australian veterans and their families. The Assistant Director Clinical Coordination will work collaboratively with key internal and external stakeholders to enhance Open Arms’ ability to identify and respond to the needs of vulnerable and at risk veterans, current and former Defence Force members and/or their families. ABOUT THE ROLE:As Assistant Director, you will oversee the quality of client care by providing clinical oversight and complex case management, within a stepped-care model of service provision. Duties include:Line management such as recruitment, selection, induction, supervision, and performance management of Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) and Peer Team LeadersActively contribute to Open Arms National projects, clinical policies and procedures, case management practices and Quality Assurance activitiesEstablish and maintain effective strategic relationships with specialist service providers and develop relevant referral pathways within the regionRepresent Open Arms at stakeholder events; participate in clinical and team meetings, and contribute to the management, departmental projects and committees. Ensure all clinical work undertaken in the region is conducted in accordance with the governance requirements of Open Arms ABOUT YOU:AASW registered Social Worker, OR AHPRA registered Psychologist, OR Mental Health Registered Nurse or Occupational TherapistExtensive mental health clinical experience Relevant management experience within clinical settingsExperience in mental health complex case managementAustralian citizen (federal government requirement)Previous military service or relevant experience in providing support to the Veteran community is highly regarded.Relevant experience in leading and managing Peers who use lived experience to support and educate clients is desirable. THE BENEFITS:$70 to $80 p/h + 10% superannuation, paid weeklyMonday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours / week) 1 year initial contract with view to extendThe team is “lived experience” informed and resourced If this position appeals to you, apply today! If you have any questions or would like to know more, please contact Suman either via email - suman.bhatnagar@randstad.com.au or call 1300289817
    • goondiwindi, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$107,000 - AU$114,700, per year, only work 40 weeks a year!
    • full-time
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • gold coast, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$107,000 - AU$114,700, per year, only work 40 weeks a year!
    • full-time
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • toowoomba, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$107,000 - AU$114,700, per year, only work 40 weeks a year!
    • full-time
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • gatton, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$107,000 - AU$114,700, per year, only work 40 weeks a year!
    • full-time
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • warwick, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$107,000 - AU$114,700, per year, only work 40 weeks a year!
    • full-time
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - Stanthorpe If you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company CarSalary of $107,000-$114,700 plus superSupport Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extensionOngoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of developmentConduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plansBuild strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of studentsRegular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activitiesABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified).Preferred experience in a similar roleKnowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protectionFacilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goalA current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain oneBe committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the roleEmpathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faithRandstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • stanthorpe, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$107,000 - AU$114,700, per year, only work 40 weeks a year!
    • full-time
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - StanthorpeIf you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company Car Salary of $105,000-$1110,000 plus super Support Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extension Ongoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of development Conduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plans Build strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of students Regular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activities ABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified). Preferred experience in a similar role Knowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protection Facilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goal A current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain one Be committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the role Empathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faith Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    School Psychologist/Counsellor - StanthorpeIf you have a passion for working with rural communities and enjoy a challenging diverse environment, then this position is ideal for you. Working solely for this school in Stanthorpe, you will be working with students between grades P-12. With a wide network of School Counsellors in the region, you will be part of a great support team working together to promote and foster the mental and health wellbeing of all students through providing fantastic services. Ideally you would be looking at a Term 4 start, so you are settled for the New Year! YOUR BENEFITS:Paid school holidays whilst enjoying time off (only work 40 weeks a year!)Company Car Salary of $105,000-$1110,000 plus super Support Network of other School Guidance Counsellors with a Counsellor based in each school in the organisation as well as the two Principals of the schools4-year contract with the possibility of extension Ongoing professional development and mentoringABOUT YOUR ROLE:Ability to work with a diverse age and range of students and adapt practices accordinglyCollaborating with school staff and other various stakeholders in identifying and developing various proactive activities to address areas of development Conduct and determine appropriate assessments for studentsAssessing and identifying the level of needs of students in crisis and developing appropriate interventions and action plans Build strong relationships with stakeholders such as parents, carers, school staff, and other professionals to work together and aid the well being of students Regular participation in individual and group supervision and mentoring activities ABOUT YOU:Qualifications in Teaching, Psychology or Guidance Counselling with relevant registrations such as AHPRA, APS and QCT (if teacher qualified). Preferred experience in a similar role Knowledge of the relevant legislation such as child protection Facilitates meaningful outcomes for students and their familiesTeam player and able to work and communicate with various different stakeholders, for one goal A current Australian driver’s license and a Blue card, or willingness to obtain one Be committed and passionate about making a difference in a rural community, and know the importance of the role Empathy with the values and ethos of the catholic faith Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • cairns, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$74,000 - AU$74,200, per year, salary sacrificing & additional allowances
    • part-time
    RESIDENTIAL CARE PRACTITIONER (Youth Worker) - FULL TIME Based in Cairns, this position will see you supporting young people in care, who have been through trauma, helping them to develop positive routines and structures to enable them to live their life to the fullest, with your help, support, and care.This position is a full-time position, however, you would need to be able to commit to sleepover shifts, weekend work shifts work on a 2-week rotating roster. Your new workplace is a community Not-For-Profit that is looking for a vibrant new member to join their Cairns team. They provide health and community services to thousands of people every day through its services in Health, Community Services, Aged Care, Disability, and Family Services.ABOUT YOU:MUST have a Certificate IV and OR Diploma in Youth Work or Bachelor in a related fieldAbility to work with young people and other staffResilience to work in crisis situations and with challenging behavioursWillingness to work in a team environment in which 24-hour support is given, and be willing to work sleepover shiftsCurrent Driver's LicenseCurrent Blue CardCurrent LCS2 clearance (or willing to complete)Hope & Healing Framework training (completed, or willing to complete)YOUR BENEFITS:Working for a highly respected Not-For-Profit Community organisationOn the job training, development, and mentoringHigh hourly $$ and allowancesFlexible working hoursGreat career development opportunities- opportunities to become a permanent staff member and grow within the organisationABOUT YOUR ROLE:Be passionate about the lives of children and young people and influence outcomesUndertake lead/key work responsibility for allocated children and young peopleTranslate Care Plans and Case Plans into practiceWorking closely with other team members in a 24-hour environmentFocus daily on well-being, socialisation, positive relationships, buildingAnd maintaining connections to family and culture, education, and learningYou will be responsible for making a difference in these young people's lives and helping to set them up for a better future.ASAP Starts available depending on LCS2 clearance If this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact Kate on the above - I would love to hear from you! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    RESIDENTIAL CARE PRACTITIONER (Youth Worker) - FULL TIME Based in Cairns, this position will see you supporting young people in care, who have been through trauma, helping them to develop positive routines and structures to enable them to live their life to the fullest, with your help, support, and care.This position is a full-time position, however, you would need to be able to commit to sleepover shifts, weekend work shifts work on a 2-week rotating roster. Your new workplace is a community Not-For-Profit that is looking for a vibrant new member to join their Cairns team. They provide health and community services to thousands of people every day through its services in Health, Community Services, Aged Care, Disability, and Family Services.ABOUT YOU:MUST have a Certificate IV and OR Diploma in Youth Work or Bachelor in a related fieldAbility to work with young people and other staffResilience to work in crisis situations and with challenging behavioursWillingness to work in a team environment in which 24-hour support is given, and be willing to work sleepover shiftsCurrent Driver's LicenseCurrent Blue CardCurrent LCS2 clearance (or willing to complete)Hope & Healing Framework training (completed, or willing to complete)YOUR BENEFITS:Working for a highly respected Not-For-Profit Community organisationOn the job training, development, and mentoringHigh hourly $$ and allowancesFlexible working hoursGreat career development opportunities- opportunities to become a permanent staff member and grow within the organisationABOUT YOUR ROLE:Be passionate about the lives of children and young people and influence outcomesUndertake lead/key work responsibility for allocated children and young peopleTranslate Care Plans and Case Plans into practiceWorking closely with other team members in a 24-hour environmentFocus daily on well-being, socialisation, positive relationships, buildingAnd maintaining connections to family and culture, education, and learningYou will be responsible for making a difference in these young people's lives and helping to set them up for a better future.ASAP Starts available depending on LCS2 clearance If this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact Kate on the above - I would love to hear from you! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • townsville, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$60,000 - AU$70,000, per year, + Super + NFP Packaging
    • full-time
    Exercise Physiologist - Townsville Are you looking for a great opportunity to join a nationally recognised charity? If you are looking for a change of scenery you will be joining a fun, energetic scene that prides themselves on going the extra mile for clients, and providing the best therapy to Veterans and their families this position is for you. You will help to make positive changes and impact your clients and families lives and futures. About your new workplace:As an Exercise Physiologist you will be delivering informed evidence based treatments to veterans and their families working within an experienced and supportive multidisciplinary team. In this role, you will address physical injury and chronic disease management whilst providing a combination of individual and group exercise sessions, lead education programs for small groups and liaise with relevant internal and external providers. Additionally, you may be required to engage with stakeholders in the community to promote our service offerings to relevant stakeholders. Responsibilities include:Undertaking physiological assessments with clients, which may at times include young people and familiesTreat in a one-on-one clinical setting within the AEP scope of practice, including planning a continuum of care.Deliver group-based interventions which may include circuit training, hydrotherapy, mat work, education and eventsParticipate in short term residential programs, including attendance and acting as a subject matter expert in the selection process to determine physical suitability of a client to undertake the programProvide clinical advice, peer supervision and debriefing to staff, as appropriateMaintain currency of contemporary practices within professional field and challenges facingDefence cohort to support delivery of relevant physical rehabilitation servicesSupport the Clinical Lead Physical Recovery in the delivery of projects, events and services. What you would need to be successful: Tertiary qualification in clinical exercise physiology Full registration with ESSA.Experienced in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal, neurological and metabolic dysfunctions, both acute and chronic in nature.Ability to develop and implement treatment and recovery plans for individuals and familiesWell-developed oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and computer proficiency, including the ability to use client information management systems.Capacity to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary teamDemonstrate accountability and proficiency in clinical report writing.Current Australian Driver LicenceWhat's in it for you: Great benefits on offer, including:$60,000-$70,000 + NFP packaging + Super & yearly salary reviews National support with admin to enable more time to focus on therapyClinic based role with some community workStrong supportive cultureBe supported in creating new initiatives for clients to deliver therapy in different settings to enhance outcomes and participationOngoing professional development and career opportunitiesThis is an exceptional opportunity to make a difference in the veteran community. If this opportunity is of interest to you, please submit your application to lynden.campbell@randstad.com.au or if you would like further information, please feel free to call me on 1300 289 817. I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above - I look forward to working with you! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Exercise Physiologist - Townsville Are you looking for a great opportunity to join a nationally recognised charity? If you are looking for a change of scenery you will be joining a fun, energetic scene that prides themselves on going the extra mile for clients, and providing the best therapy to Veterans and their families this position is for you. You will help to make positive changes and impact your clients and families lives and futures. About your new workplace:As an Exercise Physiologist you will be delivering informed evidence based treatments to veterans and their families working within an experienced and supportive multidisciplinary team. In this role, you will address physical injury and chronic disease management whilst providing a combination of individual and group exercise sessions, lead education programs for small groups and liaise with relevant internal and external providers. Additionally, you may be required to engage with stakeholders in the community to promote our service offerings to relevant stakeholders. Responsibilities include:Undertaking physiological assessments with clients, which may at times include young people and familiesTreat in a one-on-one clinical setting within the AEP scope of practice, including planning a continuum of care.Deliver group-based interventions which may include circuit training, hydrotherapy, mat work, education and eventsParticipate in short term residential programs, including attendance and acting as a subject matter expert in the selection process to determine physical suitability of a client to undertake the programProvide clinical advice, peer supervision and debriefing to staff, as appropriateMaintain currency of contemporary practices within professional field and challenges facingDefence cohort to support delivery of relevant physical rehabilitation servicesSupport the Clinical Lead Physical Recovery in the delivery of projects, events and services. What you would need to be successful: Tertiary qualification in clinical exercise physiology Full registration with ESSA.Experienced in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal, neurological and metabolic dysfunctions, both acute and chronic in nature.Ability to develop and implement treatment and recovery plans for individuals and familiesWell-developed oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and computer proficiency, including the ability to use client information management systems.Capacity to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary teamDemonstrate accountability and proficiency in clinical report writing.Current Australian Driver LicenceWhat's in it for you: Great benefits on offer, including:$60,000-$70,000 + NFP packaging + Super & yearly salary reviews National support with admin to enable more time to focus on therapyClinic based role with some community workStrong supportive cultureBe supported in creating new initiatives for clients to deliver therapy in different settings to enhance outcomes and participationOngoing professional development and career opportunitiesThis is an exceptional opportunity to make a difference in the veteran community. If this opportunity is of interest to you, please submit your application to lynden.campbell@randstad.com.au or if you would like further information, please feel free to call me on 1300 289 817. I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above - I look forward to working with you! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • toowoomba, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$80 - AU$100 per year
    • full-time
    What’s in it for you?A supportive environment of multi-disciplinary health professionalsA company that provides real opportunities for individual growth, career promotion and continued learningFlexible working arrangementsYour own laptop, mobile phone and access to pool vehiclesLucrative quarterly bonus scheme Discounted Medibank Health fund membershipRelocation assistance to out-stationed candidatesEssentialDegree qualified in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation Counselling, Psychology, Exercise, Physiology, Nursing, Social Work or equivalent.Full Working RightsAustralian Driving LicenceMaintain the associated Australian professional membership within your professionTo work on some of our major contracts you will require at least 12 months prior experience in a similar professional Occupational Rehabilitation position. Desirable Experience in injury management, employment and/or disability servicesComcare accreditationQualitiesHigh attention to detailAmazing organisational skillsGenuine passion to help people rehabilitateStrong client focus and the ability to build relationships with a range of people The clientWorking exclusively with them, our client is an established Australian market leader going from strength to strength and is currently on the hunt for motivated and talented Occupational Therapist / Psychologist / Rehab Counsellor / Physiotherapist / Exercise Physiologist to join their winning teams and successful organisation. Our commitment to safeguarding people.References are conducted in relation to the applicants' interactions with individuals under your care using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert.
    What’s in it for you?A supportive environment of multi-disciplinary health professionalsA company that provides real opportunities for individual growth, career promotion and continued learningFlexible working arrangementsYour own laptop, mobile phone and access to pool vehiclesLucrative quarterly bonus scheme Discounted Medibank Health fund membershipRelocation assistance to out-stationed candidatesEssentialDegree qualified in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation Counselling, Psychology, Exercise, Physiology, Nursing, Social Work or equivalent.Full Working RightsAustralian Driving LicenceMaintain the associated Australian professional membership within your professionTo work on some of our major contracts you will require at least 12 months prior experience in a similar professional Occupational Rehabilitation position. Desirable Experience in injury management, employment and/or disability servicesComcare accreditationQualitiesHigh attention to detailAmazing organisational skillsGenuine passion to help people rehabilitateStrong client focus and the ability to build relationships with a range of people The clientWorking exclusively with them, our client is an established Australian market leader going from strength to strength and is currently on the hunt for motivated and talented Occupational Therapist / Psychologist / Rehab Counsellor / Physiotherapist / Exercise Physiologist to join their winning teams and successful organisation. Our commitment to safeguarding people.References are conducted in relation to the applicants' interactions with individuals under your care using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert.
    • townsville, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    What’s in it for you?Unique opportunity to work with Australian Defence ForceA supportive environment of multi-disciplinary health professionalsA company that provides real opportunities for individual growth, career promotion and continued learningFlexible working arrangementsYour own laptop, mobile phone and access to pool vehiclesDiscounted Medibank Health fund membershipRelocation assistance to out-stationed candidatesEssentialDegree qualified in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation Counselling, Psychology, Exercise, Physiology, Nursing, Social Work or equivalent.Experience in occupational rehabilitation, injury management or employment servicesFull Working RightsAustralian Driving LicenceMaintain the associated Australian professional membership within your professionDesirableComcare accreditationQualitiesHigh attention to detailAmazing organisational skillsGenuine passion to help people rehabilitateStrong client focus and the ability to build relationships with a range of peopleThe clientWorking exclusively with them, our client is an established Australian market leader going from strength to strength and is currently on the hunt for motivated and talented Occupational Therapist / Psychologist / Rehab Counsellor / Physiotherapist / Exercise Physiologist to join their winning teams and successful organisation.Our commitment to safeguarding people.References are conducted in relation to the applicants' interactions with individuals under your care using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert.
    What’s in it for you?Unique opportunity to work with Australian Defence ForceA supportive environment of multi-disciplinary health professionalsA company that provides real opportunities for individual growth, career promotion and continued learningFlexible working arrangementsYour own laptop, mobile phone and access to pool vehiclesDiscounted Medibank Health fund membershipRelocation assistance to out-stationed candidatesEssentialDegree qualified in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation Counselling, Psychology, Exercise, Physiology, Nursing, Social Work or equivalent.Experience in occupational rehabilitation, injury management or employment servicesFull Working RightsAustralian Driving LicenceMaintain the associated Australian professional membership within your professionDesirableComcare accreditationQualitiesHigh attention to detailAmazing organisational skillsGenuine passion to help people rehabilitateStrong client focus and the ability to build relationships with a range of peopleThe clientWorking exclusively with them, our client is an established Australian market leader going from strength to strength and is currently on the hunt for motivated and talented Occupational Therapist / Psychologist / Rehab Counsellor / Physiotherapist / Exercise Physiologist to join their winning teams and successful organisation.Our commitment to safeguarding people.References are conducted in relation to the applicants' interactions with individuals under your care using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$120,000 - AU$140,000, per year, super + pool vehicle
    • full-time
    Manager Clinical Services (Psychologist) This position is available due to growth with the organisation and will see you accountable for the clinical governance help this organisation to further develop their strategic objectives for service delivery. This outcome-focused provider pride themselves on their tailored support to clients, and need a Clinical Manager to drive and continue this important in their Clinical Client Service Delivery. You will be ensuring therapy is delivered in accordance with the relevant guidelines and supervise staff to help provide optimum delivery. The role: Supporting Provisional Psychologists & Behaviour Support Team Leader as well as their team through clinical management - mixture of face to face and virtualProvide Clinical Supervision to Provisional Psychologists within the team Work with an organisation that offers a wide range of personalised services including behavioural therapy, psychology and counselling services, support coordination and early childhood supportLead projects which are designed to enhance quality of therapeutic servicesWork with a variety of different, disciplines, level of staff to gain desired resultsBe comfortable with feedback and able to deliver accordingly and appropriately Managing a mixtured case load of work and manage time appropriately Maintain your own case load to keep your knowledge and practice up to date and relevant to be able to guide othersWork towards budgets & ensure quality isn't compromised Comfortable communicating with others including Critical Supports who you will be development improvement strategies closely with Recruitment & retention of staff within this growing organisation What you would need to be successful: Passion for Clinical Governance & management of staff Commitment and drive of continuous improvement Support staff & work closely with the CEO & Ops Manager Knowledge of the NDIS & APS to be able to advise on the correct actions for the different providers Encourage & guide staff to meet their KPISBachelor of Psychology (Honours) or equivalent.AHPRA registrations & APS RegistrationClinical Supervisor Board Registration Full Australian Drivers License Willing & able to travel interstate Working With children check What's in it for you: Salary of $120,000-$140,000 plus super on offer depending on experience Make a difference to the community and this growing organisation to improve the quality and service to all clients whilst developing therapists to deliver fantastic outcomesWork for an organisation who will invest in your professional development and make a real change, leading by example and supporting staff If this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above and we can discuss further. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Manager Clinical Services (Psychologist) This position is available due to growth with the organisation and will see you accountable for the clinical governance help this organisation to further develop their strategic objectives for service delivery. This outcome-focused provider pride themselves on their tailored support to clients, and need a Clinical Manager to drive and continue this important in their Clinical Client Service Delivery. You will be ensuring therapy is delivered in accordance with the relevant guidelines and supervise staff to help provide optimum delivery. The role: Supporting Provisional Psychologists & Behaviour Support Team Leader as well as their team through clinical management - mixture of face to face and virtualProvide Clinical Supervision to Provisional Psychologists within the team Work with an organisation that offers a wide range of personalised services including behavioural therapy, psychology and counselling services, support coordination and early childhood supportLead projects which are designed to enhance quality of therapeutic servicesWork with a variety of different, disciplines, level of staff to gain desired resultsBe comfortable with feedback and able to deliver accordingly and appropriately Managing a mixtured case load of work and manage time appropriately Maintain your own case load to keep your knowledge and practice up to date and relevant to be able to guide othersWork towards budgets & ensure quality isn't compromised Comfortable communicating with others including Critical Supports who you will be development improvement strategies closely with Recruitment & retention of staff within this growing organisation What you would need to be successful: Passion for Clinical Governance & management of staff Commitment and drive of continuous improvement Support staff & work closely with the CEO & Ops Manager Knowledge of the NDIS & APS to be able to advise on the correct actions for the different providers Encourage & guide staff to meet their KPISBachelor of Psychology (Honours) or equivalent.AHPRA registrations & APS RegistrationClinical Supervisor Board Registration Full Australian Drivers License Willing & able to travel interstate Working With children check What's in it for you: Salary of $120,000-$140,000 plus super on offer depending on experience Make a difference to the community and this growing organisation to improve the quality and service to all clients whilst developing therapists to deliver fantastic outcomesWork for an organisation who will invest in your professional development and make a real change, leading by example and supporting staff If this job sounds perfect for you please apply now or send your resume to kate.peraux@randstad.com.au - if you would like to discuss further call me on 1 300 289 817I am committed to helping you on your journey, I promise to update you in the process and provide you with opportunities that align with your goals. Not the perfect role for you but you would still like some advice around a new opportunity? Please contact me on the above and we can discuss further. Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • brisbane, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$80,000 - AU$110,000, per year, + Bonuses + $4,000 CPD + Laptop + Phone
    • full-time
    Psychologist - Ipswich Your new employer is a young community organisation that aims to serve some of the most vulnerable members of our society and does so through an approach that involves advocacy, providing therapeutic supports and also innovative community participation. ABOUT THE ROLE Working from home and in the communityWorking with individuals living with a disability and/or complex mental health presentationsSupporting individuals that have been referred to the serviceTAILORING your approach in order to develop strategies that will help individuals to reach their goalsProviding subsequent interventions to assist in activities of daily livingProviding psychological interventions and behaviour support to a wide range of agesConducting psychometric, behavioural and functional assessments.Ensuring that the allied health team works toward meeting client goals within the NDIS plansABOUT YOU Positive attitude with a passion for working creativelyAchieves results! You are motivated to create the best outcomes for participantsWorks effectively yet independently as part of a multi-disciplinary teamInteracts with all key stakeholders associated with this positionMUST have an interest within disability / behavioural managementAbility to work effectively with people who have a range of functional abilities as well as complex needsREQUIREMENTS AHPRA registration as a PsychologistCurrent membership with the Psychology Board of Australia - highly recommendedRecent Police Check (or willingness to obtain)Full rights to work in AustraliaWorking With Children Check (or willingness to obtain) BENEFITS A handsome remuneration package $$$Flexible location + Work from home!Tools of the trade will be providedOngoing training and development to properly support you as a valued employee Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Psychologist - Ipswich Your new employer is a young community organisation that aims to serve some of the most vulnerable members of our society and does so through an approach that involves advocacy, providing therapeutic supports and also innovative community participation. ABOUT THE ROLE Working from home and in the communityWorking with individuals living with a disability and/or complex mental health presentationsSupporting individuals that have been referred to the serviceTAILORING your approach in order to develop strategies that will help individuals to reach their goalsProviding subsequent interventions to assist in activities of daily livingProviding psychological interventions and behaviour support to a wide range of agesConducting psychometric, behavioural and functional assessments.Ensuring that the allied health team works toward meeting client goals within the NDIS plansABOUT YOU Positive attitude with a passion for working creativelyAchieves results! You are motivated to create the best outcomes for participantsWorks effectively yet independently as part of a multi-disciplinary teamInteracts with all key stakeholders associated with this positionMUST have an interest within disability / behavioural managementAbility to work effectively with people who have a range of functional abilities as well as complex needsREQUIREMENTS AHPRA registration as a PsychologistCurrent membership with the Psychology Board of Australia - highly recommendedRecent Police Check (or willingness to obtain)Full rights to work in AustraliaWorking With Children Check (or willingness to obtain) BENEFITS A handsome remuneration package $$$Flexible location + Work from home!Tools of the trade will be providedOngoing training and development to properly support you as a valued employee Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!! Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • ipswich, queensland
    • permanent
    • AU$80,000 - AU$110,000, per year, + Bonuses + $4,000 CPD + Laptop + Phone
    • full-time
    Psychologist - IpswichYour new employer is a young community organisation that aims to serve some of the most vulnerable members of our society and does so through an approach that involves advocacy, providing therapeutic supports and also innovative community participation. ABOUT THE ROLEWorking from home and in the communityWorking with individuals living with a disability and/or complex mental health presentationsSupporting individuals that have been referred to the serviceTAILORING your approach in order to develop strategies that will help individuals to reach their goalsProviding subsequent interventions to assist in activities of daily livingProviding psychological interventions and behaviour support to a wide range of agesConducting psychometric, behavioural and functional assessments.Ensuring that the allied health team works toward meeting client goals within the NDIS plans ABOUT YOUPositive attitude with a passion for working creatively Achieves results! You are motivated to create the best outcomes for participantsWorks effectively yet independently as part of a multi-disciplinary teamInteracts with all key stakeholders associated with this positionMUST have an interest within disability / behavioural managementAbility to work effectively with people who have a range of functional abilities as well as complex needs REQUIREMENTSAHPRA registration as a PsychologistCurrent membership with the Psychology Board of Australia - highly recommendedRecent Police Check (or willingness to obtain)Full rights to work in AustraliaWorking With Children Check (or willingness to obtain)BENEFITSA handsome remuneration package $$$Flexible location + Work from home!Tools of the trade will be providedOngoing training and development to properly support you as a valued employee Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Psychologist - IpswichYour new employer is a young community organisation that aims to serve some of the most vulnerable members of our society and does so through an approach that involves advocacy, providing therapeutic supports and also innovative community participation. ABOUT THE ROLEWorking from home and in the communityWorking with individuals living with a disability and/or complex mental health presentationsSupporting individuals that have been referred to the serviceTAILORING your approach in order to develop strategies that will help individuals to reach their goalsProviding subsequent interventions to assist in activities of daily livingProviding psychological interventions and behaviour support to a wide range of agesConducting psychometric, behavioural and functional assessments.Ensuring that the allied health team works toward meeting client goals within the NDIS plans ABOUT YOUPositive attitude with a passion for working creatively Achieves results! You are motivated to create the best outcomes for participantsWorks effectively yet independently as part of a multi-disciplinary teamInteracts with all key stakeholders associated with this positionMUST have an interest within disability / behavioural managementAbility to work effectively with people who have a range of functional abilities as well as complex needs REQUIREMENTSAHPRA registration as a PsychologistCurrent membership with the Psychology Board of Australia - highly recommendedRecent Police Check (or willingness to obtain)Full rights to work in AustraliaWorking With Children Check (or willingness to obtain)BENEFITSA handsome remuneration package $$$Flexible location + Work from home!Tools of the trade will be providedOngoing training and development to properly support you as a valued employee Randstad health & school care is dedicated to the candidate management process. If you have specific questions, please call Kate Peraux on 1 300 289 817 or email kate.peraux@randstad.com.au. She would love to speak with you!!Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • atherton, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will have the opportunity to be part of one of the three on going interventiion teams here in Atherton. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenhalf yearly incentivesrelocation assistance About the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need. Requirements: Bachelor qualified as a Social Worker, Social Welfare , Human Services, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will have the opportunity to be part of one of the three on going interventiion teams here in Atherton. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenhalf yearly incentivesrelocation assistance About the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need. Requirements: Bachelor qualified as a Social Worker, Social Welfare , Human Services, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • atherton, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will have the opportunity to be part of one of the three on going interventiion teams here in Atherton. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenhalf yearly incentivesrelocation assistance About the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need. Requirements: Bachelor qualified as a Social Worker, Social Welfare , Human Services, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will have the opportunity to be part of one of the three on going interventiion teams here in Atherton. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenhalf yearly incentivesrelocation assistance About the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need. Requirements: Bachelor qualified as a Social Worker, Social Welfare , Human Services, Psychologist or Behavioural ScienceOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • cairns, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will be part of a supportive team that allows you to do meaningful work within the community! Cairns has a number of roles available within different areas of being a child safety officer. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenrelocation assistance and locality allowencehalf yearly incentivesAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science, Human Services or Social WelfareOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will be part of a supportive team that allows you to do meaningful work within the community! Cairns has a number of roles available within different areas of being a child safety officer. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenrelocation assistance and locality allowencehalf yearly incentivesAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science, Human Services or Social WelfareOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • cairns, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will be part of a supportive team that allows you to do meaningful work within the community! Cairns has a number of roles available within different areas of being a child safety officer. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenrelocation assistance and locality allowencehalf yearly incentivesAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science, Human Services or Social WelfareOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will be part of a supportive team that allows you to do meaningful work within the community! Cairns has a number of roles available within different areas of being a child safety officer. Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenrelocation assistance and locality allowencehalf yearly incentivesAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist or Behavioural Science, Human Services or Social WelfareOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    • townsville, queensland
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will have the opportunity to join one of the three on going intervention teams here in Townsville.Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenRelocation assistanceAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist , Behavioural Science, Human Services and Social WelfareOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
    Job Summary: Within this child safety role you will be providing culturally appropriate, practical prevention and early intervention support services to children and families to meet agreed case plan goals. This role is an opportunity to let your altruistic self shine! You will have the opportunity to join one of the three on going intervention teams here in Townsville.Benefits: Competitive salary packagesFlexible working arrangements and opportunities for Full time and/or Part timeSupportive team culture Continuous learning, mentoring and professional development opportunitiesContribute in making a positive difference in the lives of childrenRelocation assistanceAbout the role: Creating safe environments for the wellbeing of children and families. Field and office work Provide statutory child protection services including: assessment, intervention, casework and case management in accordance with legislation and practice guidelinesWork with multidisciplinary teams in region based service centers Build rapport with various stakeholders to ensure children are protected, and families are provided with the support they need.Requirements: Degree qualified as a Social Worker, Psychologist , Behavioural Science, Human Services and Social WelfareOther relevant degrees acceptable with a minimum of 6 subjects relating to human services, psychology or behavioural science.Australian Driver’s LicenseAbility to manage complex cases and situations keeping an empathetic and caring approach Be an advocate for others Applicants with an overseas qualification may be considered if the qualification has been assessed as comparable to a relevant Australian qualification.Our commitment to safeguarding people.Randstad is committed to the safety and well-being of all the people we provide support and care to. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide any relevant and requested checks (these checks could be specific to Randstad and/or our clients) which could include Police Checks, Working with Children Checks etc. Lastly, references are conducted using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Information gathered in these reference checks could include work done with individuals under your care depending upon your role type.
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