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Clinical Psychologist - Adult Mental Health

Masterton, New Zealand

Reference: 5653331

Applications are invited from Registered Clinical Psychologists interested in working in a community based mental health team. We are looking for a highly motivated clinician to work with our existing multi disciplinary team and bring added value to their role.

Applicants will be able to provide comprehensive mental health assessments, deliver effective evidence based treatment strategies for their clients and work collaboratively with other team members and services. This role will also include crisis work and be part of the After Hours service.

Supervision and support will be available and positive learning opportunities given. Mental Health Services in Wairarapa have developed a Community based model of service delivery underpinned by a philosophy of recovery and a client centered approach.

This is a permanent, full time position working 80 hours per fortnight, Monday to Friday, with the requirement to participate on the after hours on call roster.

For further information please contact Gemma Askew - Charge Nurse Manager, Adult Mental Health Service (Wairarapa) on (021) 505-570.

Vacancy Ref # 5653331

Closing Date: Sunday 26th September 2021

To apply for this role, please visit www.wairarapadhbjobs.co.nz where you can also obtain a copy of the job description for this role.

Applications Close: 26 Sep 2021


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