Clinician - MRC

Caraniche

We are currently seeking a Clinician at MRC - Metropolitan Remand Centre (Ravenhall)

  • MRC - Metropolitan Remand Centre (Ravenhall)
  • Be part of an organisation that is committed to connections that better lives.
  • Part Time Fixed Term Clinician role - 0.6FTE
  • MRC - Metropolitan Remand Centre (Ravenhall) 
  • Be part of an organisation that is committed to connections that better lives.
  • Part Time Fixed Term Clinician role - 0.6FTE (Three days per week)
 
The Role
 
We are currently seeking a Clinician with experience of working in a similar capacity to provide Forensic Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services at MRC Metropolitan Remand Centre based in Ravenhall. The position is responsible for the provision of complex psychological assessments, individual counselling, group therapy, orientation of new prisoners, as well as the delivery of AOD programs. 
 
To be successful in this role, you will need to demonstrate
  • Excellent interpersonal skills 
  • Ability to build rapport and set boundaries with the offending population 
  • Experience in delivering counselling or therapy within a forensic or clinical setting 
  • Experience of working with clients that present with substance issues
  • Sound knowledge of the AOD sector within Victoria (highly regarded)
  • Experience with clinical service delivery is essential. 
Fully registered psychologists, provisional psychologists, social workers and AOD counsellors are invited to apply.
 
Who we are
As an employer, Caraniche offers a flexible and supportive working environment with ongoing training and development opportunities towards CPD. Caraniche also now offer approved staff members' financial support towards attaining endorsement with AHPRA.
 
Caraniche is a leading specialist psychology company that delivers of a wide range of psychological services across Australia. Our experienced Clinicians are recognised particularly for their commitment to quality care in the field of forensic alcohol and other drug services, clinical supervision, trauma services and training and evaluation.
 
At Caraniche, we are committed to a positive, flexible and collaborative workplace culture, where our people and clients feel respected and valued. We are proud to serve our communities through operating with transparency, integrity and in the best interests of our clients to deliver the highest quality service.
 
Apply Now: Applications close Friday 6 March 2020

Your application should include an up-to-date resume and a covering letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the requirements and challenges of the role and how you espouse the Caraniche values.
 
Applications close 
 
Enquiries: careers@caraniche.com.au
 
Caraniche is an equal opportunity employer  committed to an unbiased, diverse and socially inclusive work environment.