PRIMHIS Clinician/Psychologist at Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Lakes, Bay of Plenty
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Primary Mental Health Clinician/ Practitioner or Psychologist - Primary Mental Health & Intervention Service (PRIMHIS) - Youth
Mental Health & Addiction Services, Te Whatu Ora Lakes
Permanent, full or part time
Are you looking to join a motivated team with high job satisfaction that puts service users at the centre of service delivery? If so an exciting opportunity has become available to work as a PRIMHIS Clinician/ Therapist and join our passionate and multi-disciplinary team at PRIMHIS in the beautiful, multi-cultural setting of Rotorua as we expand to offer a service to young people & rangatahi aged 15 upwards into adulthood.
About the role
We are looking for a versatile Clinician with proven therapy skills to join our supportive multi disciplinary team of therapists and psychologists at the Primary Mental Health & Intervention Service (PRIMHIS) in Rotorua. You would working across a range of locations in the Rotorua region, offering best practice brief therapeutic interventions within the framework of Feedback Informed Treatment to young people with mild to moderate mental health concerns. There will be opportunities to facilitate groups, work with adults and whanau, as well as collaborate with colleagues from other organisations & primary care , such as Health Improvement Practitioners.
Service hours - Monday to Friday 8 -4.30 pm (possible option for evening clinics)
We have full time FTE available & will consider both full & part time positions.
• Access to continuing education is well supported
• Ability to work with a wide range of people & their mental health difficulties
• A supportive and cohesive team & wider service
• Regular Supervision
• You will have experience with the right talking therapy skill sets to work within primary mental health using a brief intervention approach.
• You will have the ability to formulate and adapt your approach to the unique situation, needs and cultural identity of the individual.
• You will be an experienced, motivated and reliable clinician with ability to work autonomously in a role that requires high level relational skills with all our stakeholders.
• You will be a registered health or social care professional with a current APC (or are eligible for and seeking registration)
• You will hold a current full clean NZ drivers license, and meet requirements for the children’s worker safety checks.
As per relevant MECA pro-rated to hours worked.
We welcome applications from experienced clinicians who can demonstrate a commitment to working with all people and their whanau.
If you have any questions please contact Tori Watts via firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion.
If this sounds like you, then we would like to hear from you.
Apply online via https://www.lakesdhb.govt.nz/. The selection process starts from the date of advertising.
To be eligible to work at Te Whatu Ora Lakes, you must be fully vaccinated, including COVID-19.
Te Whatu Ora Lakes provides healthcare to a population of 110,000 people from its two modern and progressive general hospitals in Rotorua and Taupo, New Zealand. The Lakes district is well known for its many outdoor recreational activities such as mountain biking, skiing, and fishing. Family friendly beaches are also an hour’s drive away. The Lakes district has a growing multi-cultural community and is becoming the lifestyle destination of choice. Working at Te Whatu Ora Lakes provides a great opportunity to balance an amazing lifestyle with a rewarding professional experience in an excellent and supportive work environment.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand Lakes
|Bay of Plenty
|Permanent Full time
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