About UsSt Jude’s has been one of the more innovative and leading service providers for people with disability and psychosocial needs in Western Australia since 1982. Our purpose is to maximise the health, enjoyment and quality of life for people seeking support in our community. Our experience in service delivery is reflected through 39 years of providing quality services and maintaining the highest of standards for our clients. About the RoleThis role works with clients within the NDIS funding framework, assisting them to achieve their goals and maximise their independence within the community. The role takes on responsibility for managing and prioritising a client base, for providing evidence-based psychological interventions and for explaining these processes to the family and representatives of clients. The role seeks to network actively throughout the community and to play a part in growing the therapy services offerings delivered by St Jude's. The role actively contributes to the broader therapy services team, assisting in the creation and implementation of holistic care planning for clients.Key focuses for the role include:Planning and delivering psychology services which build on the strengths, needs and priorities of the client.Ensuring support is provided within the NDIS framework and budgeted funding.Maintaining progress notes and support plans that are though, informative and of a high quality. Ensuring that all support being provided is in line with the quality service standards for the Disability sector. This role is will be based at our central office in Kewdale and service the Perth metro region. There is the potential for the role to be hired on a permanent full time or permanent part time basis, depending on the location and preferences of the successful candidate.   Skills & Experience The ideal candidate will have previous experience working within the NDIS framework or with clients who live with disability. They will be capable enough to work fairly autonomously to develop and deliver therapy programs in line with the goals held by their clients. They will be familiar with managing their own progress notes, referrals and reports. They will have the people skills to build and maintain meaningful, lasting relationships with their clients and always be solutions focused, driven to advocate for their clients. They will also demonstrate a commitment to being a productive and positive team member of the broader Therapy Services team. As well as the above skills, the Key Requirements include:Registration with AHPRA as a Registered Psychologist.Possess or willing to obtain both an NDIS Worker Screening Check and a Working with Children Check.A valid WA licence and a reliable vehicle. Previous experience working within the Disability sector is highly desirable.  Culture & BenefitsThis roles represents the opportunity to work within a dynamic and committed interdisciplinary team who consistently achieve for their clients. You will work closely with your manager, who is happy to consider flexible working arrangements to promote your work-life balance. The Disability sector is experiencing rapid growth and there is the potential for career progression within the organisation.   If the above opportunity is one that excites and encourages you, please go ahead and click 'Apply for this job'. We will be in touch to discuss your application soon. 80000 AUD Perth

Registered Psychologist

  • Salary: $80,000 - $100,000, depending on experience
  • Join a leading organisation within the growing Disability sector
  • Work within a broad, dynamic team of therapy services professionals

About Us

St Jude’s has been one of the more innovative and leading service providers for people with disability and psychosocial needs in Western Australia since 1982. Our purpose is to maximise the health, enjoyment and quality of life for people seeking support in our community. Our experience in service delivery is reflected through 39 years of providing quality services and maintaining the highest of standards for our clients.

 

About the Role

This role works with clients within the NDIS funding framework, assisting them to achieve their goals and maximise their independence within the community. The role takes on responsibility for managing and prioritising a client base, for providing evidence-based psychological interventions and for explaining these processes to the family and representatives of clients. The role seeks to network actively throughout the community and to play a part in growing the therapy services offerings delivered by St Jude's. The role actively contributes to the broader therapy services team, assisting in the creation and implementation of holistic care planning for clients.

Key focuses for the role include:

  • Planning and delivering psychology services which build on the strengths, needs and priorities of the client.
  • Ensuring support is provided within the NDIS framework and budgeted funding.
  • Maintaining progress notes and support plans that are though, informative and of a high quality. 
  • Ensuring that all support being provided is in line with the quality service standards for the Disability sector. 

This role is will be based at our central office in Kewdale and service the Perth metro region. There is the potential for the role to be hired on a permanent full time or permanent part time basis, depending on the location and preferences of the successful candidate.  

 

Skills & Experience 

The ideal candidate will have previous experience working within the NDIS framework or with clients who live with disability. They will be capable enough to work fairly autonomously to develop and deliver therapy programs in line with the goals held by their clients. They will be familiar with managing their own progress notes, referrals and reports. They will have the people skills to build and maintain meaningful, lasting relationships with their clients and always be solutions focused, driven to advocate for their clients. They will also demonstrate a commitment to being a productive and positive team member of the broader Therapy Services team. 

As well as the above skills, the Key Requirements include:

  • Registration with AHPRA as a Registered Psychologist.
  • Possess or willing to obtain both an NDIS Worker Screening Check and a Working with Children Check.
  • A valid WA licence and a reliable vehicle. 
  • Previous experience working within the Disability sector is highly desirable. 

 

Culture & Benefits

This roles represents the opportunity to work within a dynamic and committed interdisciplinary team who consistently achieve for their clients. You will work closely with your manager, who is happy to consider flexible working arrangements to promote your work-life balance. The Disability sector is experiencing rapid growth and there is the potential for career progression within the organisation. 

  

If the above opportunity is one that excites and encourages you, please go ahead and click 'Apply for this job'. We will be in touch to discuss your application soon.