Clinical Psychologist/Psychotherapist Community Mental Health and Addiction services 1.0 FTE
Te whiwhinga mahi | The Opportunity
The remuneration range for this role is $59,035- $108,058 and is covered by the collective agreement: PSA Allied MECA Allied, Public Health & Technical
Position Description |Clinical Psychologist/ Psychotherapist
Tairawhiti is a dynamic and innovative community committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our whanau/families. We work collaboratively with our Whaiora/Service users and whanau/families to support those experiencing Mental Health issues.
An exciting opportunity has come up for an experienced Registered Clinical Psychologist or Psychotherapist to work within our services. You will be part of the Community Mental Health and Addictions team, working in collaboration with other members of our organisation.
Please apply online using the attached link.
Any queries please contact Cilla Allen 021 241 3811
Moū - About you
You will need to be able to:
- Work in partnership with Whanau/Families, focused on providing whanau centred care that is whanau led
- Provide effective assessment and treatment utilising evidence based practice methodologies
- Contribute to service improvement and development within the Mental Health and Addictions field
- Engage in culturally competent practices that reflect our commitment to Te Tiriti o Te Waitangi
Ko wai mātou | Our Organisation
Situated on the eastern coast of New Zealand's North Island, Gisborne “Tairāwhiti” – “The light shines on the water” is the first city in the world to see the rising sun of the new day. Our region offers vast golden sand beaches, bush clad mountains, lush farmlands, with significant historical landmarks, natural wonders and a deep connection to Māori culture. We enjoy a pleasant climate, short commutes and a relaxed approach that creates a work-life offering that is enviable to most that are not yet here. Our lifestyle is about time.
Te Whatu Ora Tairāwhiti works to increase collaboration, strengthen leadership and accountability, and improve equity of access and outcomes across the health service. We’re shifting the emphasis towards primary and community care allowing more people to be cared for close to home, and take a greater role in their own health and wellbeing.
Our values form the acronym WAKA. They reflect our voyaging heritage, guiding us on our journey to create a healthier Tairāwhiti by working together.
Whakarangatira/enrich - Enriching the health of our community by doing our very best.
Awhi/support - Supporting our tūroro/patients their whānau/families, our community partners and each other.
Kotahitanga/togetherness - Together we can achieve more.
Aroha/compassion - Empathy, we care for people and people want to be cared for by us.
Me pēhea te tuku tono - How to Apply
To complete and application please use the “apply now” link provided which will redirect you through our online career's portal. For successful applicants our mandatory process includes police vetting and health screening.
Te Whatu Ora Tairāwhiti are committed to improving Māori health outcomes and achieving health equity for Māori through Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations. We aspire to having a workforce reflective of the communities we serve and achieving equitable outcomes for all.
It is desirable that new employees of Te Whatu Ora are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Immigration NZ has introduced an Accredited Employer Work Visa scheme. For some positions this includes a clear pathway to residency. Successful candidates offered a position with us who require a work visa, will provide support with their Visa application. This booklet provides information on settling in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa.
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