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Te Ratonga Aranga Mokopuna Ārangi (TE R.A.M.A.)

Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services

Are you a registered mental health clinician (e.g. Child Psychotherapist, Social Work, Occupational Therapist, Clinical Psychologist or Registered Nurse) interested in working with children and adolescents experiencing mental health issues?

We are looking for a self-motivated clinician to join our multi-disciplinary team to work across both child and adolescent age groups.

This is a community based position, and includes care management, provision of therapeutic interventions and rostered after hours crisis work. You will work in innovative ways to support the recovery of tamariki and rangatahi and provide whanau interventions when indicated.

You will be able to provide comprehensive mental health assessments, work collaboratively with young people and their Whanau to develop meaningful and effective treatment plans and deliver effective evidence based treatment for young people.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provides a positive learning environment with clinical supervision and opportunities for professional development. We have strong links to CAMHS across the region and access to regional specialty services to support our local service provision.

This is a permanent full time position, working Monday to Friday.

This role is based at the Wairarapa DHB in Masterton. However, the role is part of the 3DHB MHAIDS service, and all MHAIDS employees are under the employment of Capital & Coast DHB.

For further information please contact Gemma Askew, Team Leader CAMHS on (06) 946-9808.

Vacancy Ref # 5518208

Closing Date: Wednesday 30th June 2021

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



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