Clinical Team Leader
Supportive culture with growth opportunities
Supervision and training
Flexible working conditions (Remote or Canberra-based)
Optional Saturdays and After-Hours sessions
You are an experienced leader and manager who is passionate about supporting your clinical team and driving their professional growth. You are passionate and dedicated to your clients, the quality of services you provide, and the outcomes your clients receive. You thrive on this and find it extremely rewarding. You are a reflective leader and practitioner, a lifelong learner, and deeply value clinical supervision and continuing professional development.
You relish the idea of sticking to time, giving appropriate attention to detail and prioritising tasks, so you can get out the door and focus on your life: the things you cherish, that lift you up, keep you grounded and balanced and revitalise you. You are committed to genuine self-care and are able to balance this with ongoing consistent, reliable and dedicated client care.
You are a warm, diplomatic, assertive, supportive and approachable leader and feel at home in a team environment. You are contained, calm, grounded, independent and have good boundaries. You really get the importance of maintaining a cohesive and supportive team. You believe that working together lifts us all up.
You are a confident practitioner who appreciates full admin support and established systems, policies and procedures to free up your time, so that you can do your best work.
You align with our values of Commitment, Abundance, Integrity and Connection.
About our Rooms
Based in the Belconnen and Gungahlin town centres in Canberra, we are close to major arterial roads with loads of natural light and lifts for accessibility. We are close to public transport, shops, good schools, good coffee, food, gyms and shops. Our Belconnen rooms boast stunning views, easy access to walk around the lake at lunchtime, plus end of journey facilities including showers, lockers and a bicycle tyre repair station. We have a dedicated Groups Room and an Assessment Room for psychometric testing.
About the Role
This role involves managing some of our Clinical Team and providing therapy and/or assessments to clients. There is capacity to provide Clinical Supervision to Psychologists who you do not directly manage. Whilst most of our team are in Canberra, we have five Psychologists and three support staff across Victoria, NSW and South Australia. You could work in our rooms in Canberra or lead from interstate. We are scheduled to open an Adelaide clinic in early 2024, so there is an opportunity to join the Adelaide team.
Key responsibilities include:
- Clinical Team Support
- Direct Line Management
- Clinical Governance
- Clinical Supervision (of non-direct reports)
- Quality Improvement Processes
- Clinician Professional Development
- Direct Clinical Services
The role would suit an experienced Manager and Registered Psychologist, with or without an endorsement in Clinical, Clinical Neuro, Counselling or Educational and Developmental Psychology.
Unlike many other private practices, we offer a career pathway to ensure your continued growth. We want our team, and Psychologists around the country to achieve their highest potential and get the best outcomes for clients. With this in mind, we are developing an Academy for Provisional and Early Career Psychologists. We have the capacity to nurture, grow and develop team members with all levels of experience, and actively draw on our in-house expertise to do so. We are seeking a leader who is passionate to join us in this vision.
Having opened in 2007, Northside Psychology is a large, well-established private psychology practice in strong demand with clinics in Belconnen and Gungahlin, and remote clinicians working across Shell Harbour, Melbourne, Kangaroo Island and Adelaide. We have a stable and cohesive team of clinicians, ably supported by a dedicated administrative and business team.
Our mission is to improve Quality of Life. We strive to be the leading private psychology practice and the Employer of Choice. We pride ourselves on having a family friendly, highly professional and supportive environment.
We are after the right person, the right fit. We want to make it work and ensure our team members do not burn out.
We know our people count. Their determination, loyalty and dedication to delivering their service, makes a difference. We reward our team members with competitive packages and a wide range of benefits in recognition of the invaluable contribution they make to the lives of others.
Some of the benefits we offer…
- Beautifully appointed, new, purpose-built facilities
- Flexible working hours and locations to promote work - life balance
- A large administrative support team so you can focus on what you enjoy doing – working with your team and preferred client groups
- A stimulating and diverse client load, matched to your strengths and interests
- A manageable workload
- Full business systems so you can focus on your work
- Strong peer support, peer supervision and consultation
- The support of a Senior Clinical Team Leader and Board Approved Supervisors
- Clinical Endorsement Supervision
- Regular and ongoing in-house training
- Additional CPD budget
- EAP support services
- Competitive remuneration
- Pampering on your birthday
- Team get togethers
- And much, much more!
How to Apply
You can apply for the position by forwarding your CV and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on 1 December 2023; however, we encourage you to apply ASAP as suitable applicants will be interviewed as applications are received.
Please direct any questions to Holly Byron (CEO and Principal Psychologist) on 02 6255 3008, or email email@example.com.