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About the role

The Lead Intake and Brief Intervention Therapist is a new and exciting role for CatholicCare.

At a time when we are expanding our services, this role is critical to the effective running of the organisation and ensuring clients have access to the services that can best support them.

As a key member of an engaged and dynamic Client Care Team, this role is one of the first contacts a client has with the organisation and along with making clients and their families feel welcome and supported you will:

  • complete comprehensive screening assessments of clients
  • conduct brief intake assessments, coordinate
  • support referrals and providing a range of evidence-based treatment interventions.

About you

You will be a registered Psychologist or Social Worker with several years experience.
As an experienced social worker or psychologist, you’ll have a genuine desire to work closely with clients and families to connect them with the support they need now and into the future.

Working with people from all walks of life and in difficult circumstances comes easily to you and you genuinely want to see people succeed. You are naturally someone who lifts others and empowers them to tackle whatever they are facing with kindness and compassion.

You have the drive to take on a new role in a dynamic setting, and face challenges with confidence and professionalism.

And your values align with ours.

If you have all of this, along with the right experience and qualifications, and the opportunity feels like the perfect fit for you, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you!

Details

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Job CategoryPsychology & Counselling
Job FieldMental Health and Counselling
Employment BasisPart Time
LocationWestern Sydney

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Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree in Psychology or Social Work Postgraduate
  • AHPRA Registration or other relevant Professional Membership required

Other Information

What we offer

  • Competitive remuneration and salary packaging
  • Collaborative working environment
  • Flexible working
  • Generous paid parental leave
  • Employee Assistance Program

How to Apply

If you are passionate about making a difference in a role that is both challenging and rewarding, we would love to hear from you!

Submit your application via email (Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria and Resume). Email: careers@ccss.org.au, using the subject line: Lead intake and Brief Intervention Therapist enquiry via NCOSS. The position description can be viewed above.

If you are shortlisted, you will:

  1. Take part in a 10-15-minute phone screen
  2. Be invited to come along to an interview where CatholicCare will determine your suitability for the role
  3. Your reference checks
  4. A verbal offer followed by necessary safety, employment and compliance screening
  5. Offer of employment and determine when you can start and join the team!

For more information, please email: careers@ccss.org.au

CatholicCare is committed to safeguarding all children, young people and vulnerable adults and that all children, young people and vulnerable adults have an equal right to protection from abuse. We will take every reasonable step to ensure that children, young people and vulnerable adults are protected. All suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately.

CatholicCare Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains

At CatholicCare Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains we are committed to making sure no one is left behind.

We have the people, the resources and the plans in place to make a real difference in the lives of people who find themselves facing difficult circumstances.

We are a team of people who are passionate about what we do and truly care about people – no matter where they come from, what they look like or how they see the world.

This is not just what we say, this is what our clients tell us.

Website http://ccss.org.au
ContactCatholicCare Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains
Email address careers@ccss.org.au

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