Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a Not For Profit, NDIS provider supporting over 2500 people with disabilities with over 400 sites across NSW.  We are a dynamic, values based organisation whose overarching mission is to enhance the lives of people with a disability by enabling opportunities for choice, inclusion and achievement at home, in the community, through education and training, and in employment. This role will have you provide psychological assessment and high quality intervention to adolescents through to adults with a range of complex psychosocial and intellectual disabilities. As a Registered Psychologist, you will evaluate and develop plans and strategies that focus on enhancing our customer’s overall quality of life and address behaviours of concern.Benefits:Ongoing professional development and trainingOpportunity to diversify and extend your own clinical experienceCompetitive remuneration & car allowance with tax free salary sacrificing benefitsThe opportunity to work autonomously and still be part of a teamFlexible working conditions The chance to be part of a well-respected and values based organisationMain Responsibilities:Work with multidisciplinary therapists to ensure participants goals are met in line with their NDIS planProvide supports in clinic, home and community based settingsProvide a range of psychological interventions using evidence based therapyConduct psychometric, behavioural and functional assessmentsDevelopment and implementation of Behaviour Support Plans (training provided if no experience)Complete a range of reports and provide valued recommendationsTo be successful in this role you will have:Relevant Psychology tertiary qualification and current registration with AHPRAExperience or genuine interest in forensic psychologyThe ability to work effectively and independently as part of a professional teamCapable of communicating with a range of stakeholders such as parents, families, carers, guardians, advocates and other service providers.A current Australian Driver’s Licence and access to a reliable carDemonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skillsStrong computer literacy skillsThe willingness and interest to work within the disability sector (training will be provided on behaviour support) 90 AUD Sydney 2000

Psychologist

  • Not For Profit
  • Full Time or Part Time
  • Location Choice: Mascot, Campbelltown, Bankstown, Moss Vale

Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a Not For Profit, NDIS provider supporting over 2500 people with disabilities with over 400 sites across NSW.  We are a dynamic, values based organisation whose overarching mission is to enhance the lives of people with a disability by enabling opportunities for choice, inclusion and achievement at home, in the community, through education and training, and in employment. 

This role will have you provide psychological assessment and high quality intervention to adolescents through to adults with a range of complex psychosocial and intellectual disabilities. As a Registered Psychologist, you will evaluate and develop plans and strategies that focus on enhancing our customer’s overall quality of life and address behaviours of concern.

Benefits:

  • Ongoing professional development and training
  • Opportunity to diversify and extend your own clinical experience
  • Competitive remuneration & car allowance with tax free salary sacrificing benefits
  • The opportunity to work autonomously and still be part of a team
  • Flexible working conditions 
  • The chance to be part of a well-respected and values based organisation

Main Responsibilities:

  • Work with multidisciplinary therapists to ensure participants goals are met in line with their NDIS plan
  • Provide supports in clinic, home and community based settings
  • Provide a range of psychological interventions using evidence based therapy
  • Conduct psychometric, behavioural and functional assessments
  • Development and implementation of Behaviour Support Plans (training provided if no experience)
  • Complete a range of reports and provide valued recommendations

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Relevant Psychology tertiary qualification and current registration with AHPRA
  • Experience or genuine interest in forensic psychology
  • The ability to work effectively and independently as part of a professional team
  • Capable of communicating with a range of stakeholders such as parents, families, carers, guardians, advocates and other service providers.
  • A current Australian Driver’s Licence and access to a reliable car
  • Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong computer literacy skills
  • The willingness and interest to work within the disability sector (training will be provided on behaviour support)

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below.

How to Apply:

  • To apply, please click on the appropriate link below or email logle@dsa.org.au
  • To work at DSA, the successful applicant must undergo a Police Record Check and provide a NSW Working with Children Check verification number.
  • DSA is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all members of the community.

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