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Mental Health Clinician - Goulburn Mental Health Hub
Goulburn, NSW Location
Part-time and full-time applicants sought.

About the Business

FSA is at an exciting time in its evolution as a leading NFP community service provider in Australia. Our Employee Satisfaction (ESAT) is at 84.1%, while Client Satisfaction (CSAT) is currently at 92.8% across our service streams.

Founded in 1992, FSA continues to grow its multi-disciplined services within Australia, having expanded from 2 to 35 sites across SE/SW QLD, Northern and Southern NSW. Our community reach impact has grown from 1,000 Occasions of Service (OoS) P.A. (2016) to more than 132,000 OoS (2023).

FSA offers a clinically informed central triage and continuity of care with reduced referral pathways that holistically meet therapeutic needs of our staff, clients and families, keeping them Safe, Well, Strong and Connected.

FSA values diversity in managing and reducing therapeutic risks for the clients we serve, demonstrating values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Empowerment (CARE) with Integrity and Positivity. We make CARE our Intellectual Property, starting within, prioritizing self-love and self-care.

 

Job Description

​We are seeking a dedicated and compassionate Mental Health Clinician with allied health qualifications and relevant registration (i.e., with AHPRA, AASW, etc.) to join our dynamic team. As a Mental Health Clinician, you will play a pivotal role in providing individualised care. You will ensure the delivery of evidence-based interventions and comprehensive case management to consumers in the Goulburn-Mulwaree LGA for the newly established Goulburn Mental Health Hub, part of the Head to Health network. The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting thorough intake assessments, developing treatment plans, delivering therapeutic interventions, and monitoring progress towards treatment goals. Services will be offered both in-person through the Goulburn-Mulwaree LGA and via telehealth as needed.

Responsibilities

​​- Conduct comprehensive intake assessments to determine the mental health needs of adult consumers.
- Collaborate with consumers to develop personalised treatment plans based on evidence-based interventions.
- Provide evidence-based individual and group therapy to address a range of mental health concerns.
- Deliver crisis intervention and support to clients experiencing acute mental health episodes.
- Conduct regular progress reviews, evaluate treatment outcomes, and adjust intervention plans as necessary.
- Collaborate and coordinate with a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals to ensure holistic care for clients.
- Engage in case management activities, including referrals, advocacy, and coordination of services.
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date clinical documentation in accordance with organisational policies and legal requirements.

 

Benefits and Perks

- Remuneration negotiable based on qualifications, skills and experience.
- Professional, community-focused and person-centered team culture.
- Annual Training Needs Analysis and Training, Learning and Development Plan.
- Charity Salary Packaging A$15,900 tax free.
- Access to a Wellness Warrior Program (WWP) and Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
- Access to internal supervision.
- Retainer contribution to external supervision and generous yearly CPD budget.
- Paid Annual Family Days at Easter and Christmas.

Requirements

- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field, such as Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Mental Health Nursing, or Counselling.
- Registration with the appropriate professional regulatory body (e.g., AHPRA, AASW).
- Proven experience in providing evidence-based intervention and case management in a mental health setting.
- Strong understanding of mental health diagnoses, treatment modalities, and recovery-oriented practices.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport and establish therapeutic relationships.
- Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.
- Experience in utilizing telehealth platforms for remote service delivery (desirable).
- Commitment to ongoing professional development and staying updated with the latest research and best practices in mental health.
- Current Working With Children's Check and National Criminal Check.
- Current Driver's Licence and reliable vehicle to assist community-based work as needed. 

Application Information

If you are a passionate Mental Health Clinician, and you meet the requirements outlined above, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your CV and cover letter addressing the criteria to the below email address.

Early applications are encouraged.

For any initial inquiries please contact Samantha Thomas, HR & Recruitment Coordinator on 1800 FSA 000 (1800 372 000 Option 6) or email samantha.thomas@familyservices.org.au.

Thank you sincerely for your consideration, we greatly appreciate your interest in FSA and advise only final preferred candidates will be contacted for next steps in our recruitment process.

 

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