eheadspace Clinical Co-ordinator

Deadline: 14/04/2020 9:00am

Tell me about the role…

The eheadspace Clinical Coordinator is responsible for operational, line management and clinical supervision within the eheadspace service. The incumbent contributes to the development and maintenance of the clinical direction of eheadspace while maintaining responsibility for the coordination, management and   clinical oversight of shift activities. 

Working as part of the eheadspace leadership team, the Clinical Coordinator  works closely with the 3 other Clinical Coordinators and reports to  eheadspace Clinical Services Manager to ensure eheadspace activities are in accordance with the contract and the direction provided by the Head of eheadspace.  Additionally, the Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of clinical practices, resources and operational procedures, along with leading change initiatives, and works to foster a responsive and respectful workplace culture that integrates the headspace values.

The role is offered on a part time (0.7 FTE capacity) on a rotating fortnightly shift roster:

Week 1

Monday 9am – 5pm

Wednesday  - 10am - 6pm

Friday – 9am – 5pm

Week 2

Monday 9am – 5pm

Wednesday  - 10am- 6pm

Friday – 12 – 8pm

Sunday 12 – 8pm


Who are we looking for?

The successful incumbent has an approved tertiary qualification in an allied health discipline, including social work, psychology (clinical, counselling, and 4+2 or 5+1 pathway), mental health nursing, and occupational therapy, with eligibility for membership of an appropriate professional body.

You will be operating at an advanced level with respect to clinical skills in youth mental health in addition to having developed a broad understanding of the mental health system in Australia, including the range of professionals that work within, or come into contact with the mental health sector.

Critical to your success in the role is your experience in both a clinical supervision and leadership capacity in addition to previous experience in an operational leadership role with respect to performance management and supporting clinical staff and their professional development.

You bring to the role highly  developed communication skills, both verbal and written, with an ability to interact with a diverse range of people, including, young people, health professionals, academic researchers and service providers. You thrive in a dynamic, highly productive environment with time pressures, whilst managing multiple tasks

With a thorough commitment to participating in activities to support ongoing research and evaluation of the service, you will work as part of an energetic and supportive team to maintain a responsive and respectful workplace culture.   

The finer details….

We offer a flexible and dynamic environment where you have the opportunity to truly make a difference to young people.

Based in the Melbourne CBD, we offer a competitive salary commensurate on years of clinical experience ($96,000 - $106,000), plus generous salary packaging benefits in addition to extra leave entitlements. You will also have access to a workplace that offers outstanding clinical supervision and professional development opportunities.




Application Process: Click on the 'Apply Now' button and follow the steps to apply by sending through a response to the selection criteria, a cover letter and your CV. Don't forget to check out the position description on the way.

Applications close: 9am, Tuesday 14 April . Applications will be reviewed as received, therefore interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

For more information: Please contact Gretel O’Loughlin - Clinical Services Manager - 0476 821 758.

The headspace Reconciliation Action Plan has recently been implemented through a co-design process with staff across the organisation. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this role and all current vacancies.

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