- Location: VIC - Multiple Locations
- Job Function: Prison and Corrective Services
- Work Type: Various
About this role
Do you have experience in psychology, social work, mental health nursing or occupational therapy?
Challenge yourself on complex cases in forensic intervention.
- Lead a collaborative multi-disciplinary team.
- Earn $101,120 - $122,348 + super.
- Full time, ongoing, part time and fixed-term vacancies available.
If you're interested in forensics and want to make our community safer, we are currently seeking senior clinicians in the following locations to join Forensic Intervention Services, a specialist program area of Corrections Victoria:
- Metro Melbourne (multiple)
- Loddon Mallee (based at Loddon and Middleton Prison)
- Lara and Greater Geelong (based at Barwon Prison and/or Marngoneet and Kareenga Correctional Centres)
If you want to build a first-rate team in a complex forensic settingand help clients develop insight that can change their lives, we want to hear from you.
We invite you to attend our webinar sessions where you can learn more about the role and career pathways as well as chat with members of our clinical workforce.
Thursday 18 February 2021: 5.30pm AEST
A day in the life of our senior clinicians
You will have the opportunity to shape forensic intervention in Victoria by leading your team in providing clinical support and treatment via phone, videoconference or face to face (in accordance with Chief Medical Officer guidelines). You will also:
- Learn from forensically-trained clinicians and a dedicated clinical director.
- Lead and develop a multi-disciplinary team including case workers, case managers and activity coordinators.
- Supervise risk assessments and group-based programs using evidence-based tools.
- Target criminogenic needs and underlying thinking patterns.
- Coordinate service planning for community and prison-based treatment.
- Help determine treatment pathways and prepare plans and reports.
- Contribute to research and education in corrective therapy.
- Consult with custodial and clinical staff on high-level issues relating to offender management.
Support when you need it
Your welfare and career success are a top priority. We provide personalised training and support in a variety of ways, including:
- A specialised 16-week clinical induction program.
- Reflective practice as well as debriefing sessions.
- Ongoing professional development including foundation, theory and on-the-job mentoring.
- Conference and clinical scholarship opportunities.
- Research working groups.
- Annual funding of your AHPRA, ACMHN, AASW or OTC registration.
Considering a sea or tree change?
If you're interested in making a lifestyle change near to one of our facilities, talk to us about the potential for accessing our relocation allowance.
To apply, you'll need to hold (or be eligible for) one of the following:
- General registration as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia.
- Membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).
- Be registered as a nurse and be eligible to be credentialed as a Mental Health Nurse.
- Be registered as an Occupational Therapist with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia.
Successful candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening. You will also need to possess a current Victorian driver's licence.
A division of Corrections Victoria, Forensic Intervention Services provides clinical services to people who have offended in the past. We employ evidence-based screening, assessment and offence-specific intervention services to support a person's rehabilitation. In doing so, we form a critical component of the department's strategy to reduce reoffending and contribute to community safety.
Applications close on Sunday 28 February 2021 at 11.59pm AEST
We regularly review applications so don't hesitate to submit prior to the closing date.
For further information, please contact Jean-Nicolas Chuiton, Recruitment Services on 0447 379 431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Department of Justice and Community Safety is continually working towards increasing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) workforce. The Aboriginal Employment Team aims to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal staff in a number of roles including clinicians. This support includes a culturally appropriate attraction and recruitment process. To learn more, email email@example.com
|Location:||VIC - Multiple Locations|
|Job Function:||Prison and Corrective Services|
|Salary Range:||$101,120 - $122,348|
|Application Close Date:||07-Mar-2021|
|Attachments:|| Position Description Senior Clinician AH4 - January 2021.docx (Word, 513KB)