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Senior Clinician

  • 501863
  • Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • Full Time
  • Part Time

FBG works closely with organisations to review, align, and implement organisational strategies and programs. We partner with our clients to provide a strategic approach to organisational mental health and wellbeing, delivering our recognised services to a variety of organisations within Government (Federal, State and Local), private, and Not-for-Profit sectors. At FBG, we value flexibility, transparency, and authenticity in the ways that we work, and we put people first in everything that we do. 

The role:

As a Senior Clinician, you will be delivering proactive workplace interventions, wellbeing support, coaching, and advice to a variety of FBG clients. You will work with employees whom are appointed to roles based within government, private, and Not-for-Profit sectors, to assess their mental health and wellbeing, and provide evidence-based interventions. You will facilitate sessions to a variety of clients from different professions and industries and levels of seniority via telehealth or face-to-face at the FBG office or client’s workplace. These clients may work as Judicial Officers, Court staff, Principals and specialists working in other roles in which, regular opportunities to reflect on their work and wellbeing is proactively supported by their employer due to the nature of the work.  

With significant growth, we have 2 new roles available. With a preference of Melbourne based applicants, we'll also consider those located anywhere in Australia. Depending on your location, this role will have you based in either one of our CBD offices and / or working remotely from home. We are seeking candidates with ongoing availability, ideally full time (5 days), with an asap start date. We may also consider candidates with 2, 3 or 4 days availability per week. You will join a highly collaborative team comprised of Senior Psychologists (Clinical and Organisational) and Mental Health Social Workers.

To be successful in this role:

You are an approachable, compassionate, and energetic individual who will engage with your clients and the FBG team with ease. You are genuinely passionate about psychological wellbeing and ongoing learning and development. Success is measured by your client’s wellbeing and your ability to provide effective outcomes based on their needs.

About you:

  • AHPRA registered Psychologist OR Accredited Mental Health Social Worker (Mental Health Accreditation is preferred for Social Workers)
  • 8+ years relevant experience in clinical and counselling services
  • Adept and compliant keeping client case notes / records electronically
  • Confident, highly professional and ability to effectively engage with our cohort of clients
  • Willingness to engage in internal Professional Development and supervision
  • Willingness to travel occasionally where required, depending on your location and our business needs
  • Current driver licence (not essential)
  • Willingness to undergo a new National Criminal History Check upon successful application 

Be rewarded for your success:

Our services strategically and proactively enhance people’s wellbeing, mental health and performance, thus creating better work environments for people across Australia. Performance is part of our culture as is flexible working and variety. Joining an international human services organisation that has a growth mindset, you will have access to the following plus much more:

  • Work life balance and flexibility
  • EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
  • Salary packaging
  • Attractive leave entitlements
  • And the knowledge that your work genuinely makes a difference

A stable and growing employer offering development and career progression:

Our team have consistently provided high quality client outcomes. More recently, our industry and business has been in high demand and we have been solving complex issues and creating solutions for productive, healthy and sustainable workplaces. Our team members are recognised as experts in their field and the collaboration within the team is one of the highlights of our team culture.

We support and encourage growth, providing our teams with new opportunities and exciting projects. We offer a supportive, flexible environment and working conditions that encourages employees to expand their skills and capabilities with a range of opportunities for personal and professional development. As a part of the Global APM group, we believe this role has enormous growth and career progression potential for the right candidate.

Next steps:

Please submit your application online today! For a confidential discussion and to request a copy of the Position Description, please contact Jemma on 0427 107 195.

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