Our vision is to improve social equity through having more people in jobs, more people learning new skills, and more communities exposed to positive change.
The BUSY Group is a not-for-profit organisation providing training, employment and community programs through our 3 business entities and across 48+ locations Australia-wide. We have over 40 years’ experience empowering job seekers, workers and businesses through our recruitment, apprenticeship and traineeship, employment and community programs.
BUSY Health is a newly established business that is part of The BUSY Group. BUSY Health is driven by the vision that every person has a right to have a healthy future. BUSY Health practitioners are bound by a common purpose to improve opportunities for people to achieve their health, lifestyle, training, education and employment goals.
About the position
Providing clinical support sessions, quality review and feedback are an integral component of this role, mentoring and coaching early career practitioners to develop their clinical skills, with the goal of meeting organisational clinical quality objectives.
You will be required to provide strategic clinical leadership and direction for multidisciplinary team of Health Practitioners, assist with the development of systems and processes to support the management of this new business and collaborate with other BUSY staff and managers to promote our new allied health services. You will also have the opportunity to lead and develop provisional psychologists and shape their practice to create more impact.
We are looking to expand the team with positions available across multiple locations.
You must hold current AHPRA registration, be Medicare approved and have a minimum of 3 years’ experience providing senior clinical leadership and management to a multidisciplinary team of health practitioners, preferable within the employment and/or education sector.
You will have extensive experience providing supervision, clinical support, and clinical guidance to a range of health practitioners, demonstrated ability to provide high quality assessment and extensive knowledge and understanding of current mental health policy issues in Australia.
- Competitive, above award salary
- Flexible and Hybrid work options
- Training and Professional development commitment
- Career progression and internal transfer opportunities
- BUSY Benefits program
- Employee Assistance Program
- Tools of the trade to support your individual role
- Not for Profit salary sacrifice
- Defined career progression streams
How to apply
Our preferred method of application is on the BUSY Ability website listed below.
If your values align with ours, then we highly recommend you visit https://busyability.org.au/careers-with-us/ and APPLY NOW!
Candidate care is important to us, so you will hear from us at some stage in the process, either via phone or email.
The BUSY Group is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
This position is subject to obtaining a Criminal History and Working with Children Check.
The BUSY Group is an organisation that puts the best interest of children and young people first by adhering to the Child Safety Organisation National Principles.