Clinical Psychologist | Toi Hinengaro

  • 500830
  • Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
  • APM NZ
  • Allied Health
  • Healthcare & Medical
  • Occupational Rehabilitation
  • Psychology
  • WorkCare
  • Full Time
  • Part Time
  • Sub-Contractor

Join the team ENABLING BETTER LIVES across New Zealand! With 350 employees APM holds contracts across ACC, MSD, NZDF as well as private employers to provide a range of services including Vocational and Community Rehabilitation, Pain and Injury Management, Workplace Health, Allied Health Intervention and Employment Services. 

What you’ll be doing

Working from our Hamilton office you will support clients throughout the wider Waikato region on their return to work and life journey.   Utilise your specific skills as you partner with a VARIED caseload of clients to gain independence and reduce the impact of their illness or injury such as traumatic brain injury, concussion, pain management or sensitive claims.  

Reporting to a locally based Team Leader and part of a SUPPORTIVE, multidisciplinary team, you will deliver quality services tailored to individual needs across clinic, workplace and community settings through:

  • Assessment, clinical reasoning, interventions and goal setting
  • Referring for appropriate follow-up where there are further mental health concerns
  • Utilisation of various psychological techniques to effect improved adjustments
  • Planning of individual, group, and family therapies
  • Regular monitoring of client progress and report writing

What you’ll need to succeed

  • Tertiary qualification in Psychology
  • Registration with the NZ Psychologists Board under Clinical Scope or neuropsychologist
  • Professional body membership e.g. NZ Psychological society (NZPS), NZ College of Clinical Psychologists (NZCCP) or an international professional body accepted by ACC
  • Successful completion of university based graduate or postgraduate course or papers in Clinical Neuropsychology (transcript required).
  • Post graduate experience/clinical background in anxiety, depression, concussion/brain injury complex mental health, pain management, trauma, neuropsychological screens.

What we offer in return:

  • Flexible working options
  • Company vehicle (dependent on contracted hours)
  • Additional performance bonus scheme
  • Generous, ongoing Professional Development opportunities
  • Reimbursement of Professional membership and Annual Practicing Certificate
  • Discounted healthcare and eyecare
  • Reward and recognition programme
  • Annual paid volunteer leave and wellbeing fund
  • Paid parental leave
  • Support from national Clinical and Cultural Panels, Focus Groups and Special Interest Groups

Our mission is to create positive change and enable better lives.

Our whakataukī He waka eke noa – We’re all in this together.

Our values underpin our work – integrity, customer focus, respect, empathy, achievement, teamwork and enthusiasm. Our Tikanga Māori values of Manaakitanga, Kotahitanga, Wairuatanga, Whānaungatanga and Rangatiratanga guide us to deliver culturally responsive and mana-enhancing services.

Should you wish to have a confidential chat about the role, please contact Brianne Constantine on brianne.constantine@apm.net.au.

What we’re about

We’re a diverse team of over 9,000 people across 11 countries with a shared purpose - to enable better lives. Our purpose is the common thread that lives in everything we do, and it starts with enabling better lives for our employees and their families too

Our work enables the people we serve to realise their ambitions and aspirations through sustainable employment, independence, better health and wellbeing, and increased social participation.

When you join APM, there’s an opportunity to grow your career in Human Services, across multiple global brands and geographies. You can expect a great work-life balance, extensive learning opportunities, networking programs and employee benefits. But most of all you can expect to make a lasting impact on the lives of others, who rely on our services. 

At APM we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures including indigenous peoples, the LGBTQI+ community and people with a disability.

At APM, we celebrate equality, diversity, and inclusion for our team members, customers, and communities worldwide. We love that we are all different and value unique opinions, ideas, beliefs, perspectives and interests here at APM.

We believe no one should be disadvantaged by the differences that exist between us. No matter your gender, race, marital status, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability or social status, country of birth, age or religious belief, you are valued and respected for who you are, what you know and how you work.

APM is a place where you can bring your authentic self to work and be empowered to do your best work. 

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