Portland District Health

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Psychologist - Paediatric Neuro-rehabilitation

Job Detail

Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Job Type: Full-Time
Specialty: Psychologist - Clinical
Job ID: Tonix1522

 

Job Description

Our West Auckland based client provides specialist residential and community based rehabilitation for people who have experienced a traumatic brain injury and/or stroke. They are NZ’s leading provider in this specialty and an accredited provider of community based rehabilitation for children with a variety of conditions.

They currently have a vacancy for an experienced Psychologist with a particular interest in paediatric rehabilitation to work across the wider Auckland community undertaking psychological rehabilitation. You’ll be managing issues including anxiety, adjustment, trauma, cognition and behavioural concerns. As part of a high performing and supportive multidisciplinary team you will be working collaboratively with clients and their families/whanau to achieve their goals and maximise function, participation and wellbeing.

You will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing training and clinical research, as well as delivering training to the wider team.

This is an organisation that’s committed to their staff and they offer a competitive salary along with personal and professional development programmes.

For more information and a position description please contact Annie@tonix.co.nz or call Annie on +6421626632

Qualifications

– Current registration with the NZPB – Clinical or Educational Psychologist
– Eligible to work in NZ
– A minimum of 2 years’ post graduate experience in a related field
– Experience working under different therapeutic models
– A great attitude, strong communication skills and the desire to make a positive difference in the lives of paediatric clients who have been impacted by a brain injury