Our Uniting Recovery program is a lead provider for many community service programs across Sydney which support people to lead fulfilling and independent lives through the delivery of services, education and training which are person-centred and recovery focused.
The e-Clinic Coordinator will be involved in the design, development, and operation of the e-Clinic project. The position focuses on maintaining smooth daily operation and providing clinical oversight to clients engaging with the e-Clinic. This includes supporting with project development and community development tasks.
As the e-Clinic Coordinator, your role specifically will include but not limited to:
Relevant tertiary qualifications in Psychology (must be provisionally registered as a minimum), Social Work, Registered Nursing or Occupational Therapy
• Registration or eligibility of respective professional body
• If provisionally registered have a current primary supervisor
Typically this role will require 2 or more years’ experience in your field of expertise. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be organised, systematic, thorough, accurate and disciplined. You will be continuing to develop in your area of expertise and be expected to provide innovative ideas to solve problems in your discipline. It is expected that you will possess good skills at navigating a complex organisation, forging relationships, and managing through influence rather than direct authority as required.
• Demonstrate an awareness of e-mental health and digital tools in treatment planning.
• Willingness to collaboratively plan and coordinate a comprehensive bio-psycho-social approach and interventions to meet the needs of consumers.
• Demonstrated ability to engage with young people and carers.
• Demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining relationships, ability to consult, liaise and negotiate with team members, other professionals and external agencies.
• Demonstrated ability to independently apply professional knowledge and judgement on routine matters.
• Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and innovatively and as a key team member
• Demonstrated knowledge of and sensitivity to the mental health needs of young people (12-25 years) and their families.
• A high level of interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) with a willingness to collaborate, consult and liaise with other professionals and services.
• Ability to use relevant Information Technology and electronic recording systems and data management tools and commitment to comply with same
• Ability and willingness to maintain documentation of clinical care and actively contribute to clinical review processes and planning for consumers within a recovery framework. Ability to liaise with internal and external agencies.
• Interest and experience working in e-mental health
• Interest and experience in project work and group development
• Experience working with specific populations of young people (e.g. Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander populations, CALD, LGBTQI)
• Experience working with Drug and Alcohol related issues
• Experienced with the use of Electronic Medical Records software
• Excellent organisational and time management skills
To Apply, click the Apply button & attach your Resume and Cover Letter addressing each item of the Essential criteria.
What we offer:
A competitive salary with generous NFP salary packaging benefits, use of Telehealth, along with professional development and training opportunities in a friendly work environment.
This is your opportunity to promote hope and recovery in peoples lives!
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted and must be prepared to undergo a Criminal Check and provide Working with Children Clearance.
Enquiries to Rose Rivera, Talent Acquisition Specialist on 0438 206 164 or email@example.com .
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