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Mental Health Professional(s) Adult Mental Health Services

Adult Mental Health Services

We welcome interest in these positions from registered mental health clinicians (e.g. Clinical Psychologist, Child Psychotherapist, Social Work, Occupational Therapist, Counsellor or Registered Nurse) with adult mental health experience.

We are looking for dynamic clinicians to work as part of our multi-disciplinary team that works as a community based service. These roles include care management and rostered crisis duty during normal office hours. You will work in innovative ways to support tangata whaiora / service users in their local community.

Applicants will be able to provide comprehensive mental health assessments, deliver effective evidence based treatment strategies and work collaboratively with other team members and services. You may be required to complete training as Duly Authorised Officer.

We have strong links to regional specialty services and psychiatric inpatient units to support our local service provision.

There are permanent, full or part time positions available, working Monday to Friday, with the requirement to participate on the afterhours on call roster.

For further information please contact Debbie Rimene - Charge Nurse Manager, Adult Mental Health Service (Wairarapa) on (027) 280 1435.

Vacancy Ref # 5613866

Closing Date: Sunday 29 August 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.


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