- Part-Time and Full-time positions available
- Specialist Renal Services
Do you want to be part of a dynamic multidisciplinary team in a hospital setting where strengths in interdisciplinary practice, clinical reasoning, and decision-making skills are highly valued? Then we want to hear from you.
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and committed Clinical or Health Psychologist with the Specialist Renal Service.
You will work with the Renal Multidisciplinary team providing psychological input within the clinic setting.
Your key role is to provide high quality clinical psychology assessment and therapy to people and their whanau/family living with chronic renal illness and/ or a long term health condition. Essential part of this role is also to provide renal transplant assessments and support the donor and recipient pre and post-surgery. You will assist clients to address psychological and emotional barriers and enable them to achieve optimum functioning and well-being.
You will work in collaboration with the Liaison Psychiatry Team and will work closely with their psychologist and psychiatrists.
Ongoing professional development and clinical supervision are provided with this role.
Applications are welcome from Clinical and Health Psychologists with an interest in clinical health.
The Clinical Psychologist role is supported by a professional senior (Principal Psychologist – Adult MHS) and a professional advisor (Psychology Lead Advisor WDHB) within Mental Health Services. You will also be part of a broader team of 25 psychologists across adult mental health services. Under the APEX collective contract psychologists receive up to $2500 each per year for Continuing Professional Development which can be accumulated over two years to $5000. This offers the chance to attend overseas conferences or multiple workshops, plus books, and subscriptions each year.
To be considered for this position you will have NZ registration, at least three years’ experience in mental health with a current APC. If you have a desire to make a positive difference in the lives of others, we would like to hear from you today.
Please apply directly online at www.wdhbcareers.com quoting reference number NOR06331
Please click here for a copy of the position description.
For further information about this exciting opportunity please contact Karen Sayer, Team Manager on (09) 486 8920 ext 42526. For more information about our recruitment process, please contact Glenn Bratton, Recruitment Consultant for Mental Health on (09) 442 7251.
Position number: NOR06331
Closing Date: 2 March 2020