Learning Links has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Psychology Supervisor to join the team in a full time or part time capacity.About the roleThe successful Psychology Supervisor positively contributes to the educational outcomes of children with learning difficulties by having the clinical expertise and the ability to integrate psychological knowledge to inform client care pathways and service innovation within the Psychology team.The role provides clinical guidance and leadership to a team of Psychologists and Provisional Psychologists to ensure Learning Links Psychology Services are delivered in a way that:- Ensures an educated and systematic approach to clinical risk and quality.- Inspires and supports others to develop a culture of innovative clinical practice.- Sets quality targets aligned to legislation/national frameworks and clinical governance.- Provides high quality, evidence based services at our service centres and in schools.- Is consistent with and supportive of strategic and operational plans, policies and procedures.- Collates, measures and evaluates clinical outcomes and identifies opportunities for service improvements.More specifically:- Provides regular clinical supervision and professional development as an authorised Psychology AHPRA supervisor;- Ensures team members are appropriately skilled and competent through recruitment, induction, and ongoing learning and development, and supervision.- Ensures the Psychology program complies with all industry and Learning Links’ regulations and procedures, including measurement and quality improvement initiatives;- Collaborates with and support school communities through consultation and professional learning;- Delivers exceptional customer service and builds positive customer relationships and loyalty;- Builds strong working relationships with other professionals, leaders, and support staff across the organisation;- Strives to achieve individual and team KPIs/caseload requirements to support Learning Links’ strategy for growth;- Works flexibly across all our service centres and schools if required. This includes doing some afterhours work if needed;- Provides direct services to clients as required.About Learning LinksLearning Links has been helping families and children with learning difficulties for 50 years. Our aim is to prevent learning difficulties from causing disadvantage. Our interventions include literacy, numeracy, speech and occupational therapies, assessments and psychological therapy.Benefits and incentive- Hands down the most supportive and welcoming culture around.- Access to an amazing brains trust of expert colleagues to bounce ideas and discuss best practise.- Dedicated internal professional development days per year; and free access to all webinars and courses run by Learning Links professionals- Salary sacrifice up to $15,900 to reduce your pre-tax income and put more cash back in your pocket.- Variety at work with exposure to multiple disciplines and programs (e.g. education, early intervention, and teams running community programs etc.)- Systems and digital skills training to allow you to focus on clinical support.- Insightful focus on leadership and working with all leaders to build their toolkit of skills.- Giving back to communities by helping kids from low socio-economic or disadvantaged background.- Flexible work options galore (work from home, part time hours, various locations, etc.).How to apply for this rolePlease click on the Apply for this Job link to make an application. For further information about Learning Links please click on the link to our careers site https://careers.learninglinks.org.au/Child safety is top priority for us, and we are a child safe organisation. You will be asked to undergo a police check and Working with Children Check. Learning Links also follows government advice regarding COVID-19 vaccination mandates. Learning Links requires all staff to be fully vaccinated to ensure programs can continue to be delivered safely at our centres and schools. 60000 AUD Sydney

Psychology Supervisor

Learning Links has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Psychology Supervisor to join the team in a full time or part time capacity.

About the role

The successful Psychology Supervisor positively contributes to the educational outcomes of children with learning difficulties by having the clinical expertise and the ability to integrate psychological knowledge to inform client care pathways and service innovation within the Psychology team.

The role provides clinical guidance and leadership to a team of Psychologists and Provisional Psychologists to ensure Learning Links Psychology Services are delivered in a way that:

- Ensures an educated and systematic approach to clinical risk and quality.
- Inspires and supports others to develop a culture of innovative clinical practice.
- Sets quality targets aligned to legislation/national frameworks and clinical governance.
- Provides high quality, evidence based services at our service centres and in schools.
- Is consistent with and supportive of strategic and operational plans, policies and procedures.
- Collates, measures and evaluates clinical outcomes and identifies opportunities for service improvements.

More specifically:
- Provides regular clinical supervision and professional development as an authorised Psychology AHPRA supervisor;
- Ensures team members are appropriately skilled and competent through recruitment, induction, and ongoing learning and development, and supervision.
- Ensures the Psychology program complies with all industry and Learning Links’ regulations and procedures, including measurement and quality improvement initiatives;
- Collaborates with and support school communities through consultation and professional learning;
- Delivers exceptional customer service and builds positive customer relationships and loyalty;
- Builds strong working relationships with other professionals, leaders, and support staff across the organisation;
- Strives to achieve individual and team KPIs/caseload requirements to support Learning Links’ strategy for growth;
- Works flexibly across all our service centres and schools if required. This includes doing some afterhours work if needed;
- Provides direct services to clients as required.

About Learning Links

Learning Links has been helping families and children with learning difficulties for 50 years. Our aim is to prevent learning difficulties from causing disadvantage. Our interventions include literacy, numeracy, speech and occupational therapies, assessments and psychological therapy.

Benefits and incentive

- Hands down the most supportive and welcoming culture around.

- Access to an amazing brains trust of expert colleagues to bounce ideas and discuss best practise.

- Dedicated internal professional development days per year; and free access to all webinars and courses run by Learning Links professionals

- Salary sacrifice up to $15,900 to reduce your pre-tax income and put more cash back in your pocket.

- Variety at work with exposure to multiple disciplines and programs (e.g. education, early intervention, and teams running community programs etc.)

- Systems and digital skills training to allow you to focus on clinical support.

- Insightful focus on leadership and working with all leaders to build their toolkit of skills.

- Giving back to communities by helping kids from low socio-economic or disadvantaged background.

- Flexible work options galore (work from home, part time hours, various locations, etc.).

How to apply for this role

Please click on the Apply for this Job link to make an application. For further information about Learning Links please click on the link to our careers site https://careers.learninglinks.org.au/

Child safety is top priority for us, and we are a child safe organisation. You will be asked to undergo a police check and Working with Children Check. Learning Links also follows government advice regarding COVID-19 vaccination mandates. Learning Links requires all staff to be fully vaccinated to ensure programs can continue to be delivered safely at our centres and schools.

  • Posted Date 14 Feb 2022
  • Location Sydney
    NSW / Australia
  • Industry Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type Part Time
  • Salary Not provided