As a Clinical Supervisor based at Redthread's Head Office in Victoria, you will provide our frontline staff, who support young people in A&E departments experiencing trauma or tragedy, with high quality clinical supervision, support and training all within the context of a trauma-informed practice so that they can undertake their roles safely and effectively.
To succeed in this role, you need to be a people person; able to create a safe, confidential space for front line practitioners to explore their work in a reflective and honest way, with a thorough knowledge and understanding of the physical, social and emotional developmental needs of children, adolescents and young people and the drivers and causes of youth violence.
You will be an advocate for a trauma-informed approach for the team and for the young people we support and have significant professional experience working with children and young people facing complex difficulties including serious youth violence and providing individual and group reflective practice to professionals experiencing stress and secondary trauma.
Please note that we are looking for a qualified and fully registered clinical qualification (Child, Adolescent/Family Psychotherapist, Psychologist etc).
This role is 15 hours a week (0.4FTE) preferably over two full days, and we are happy to consider both a part-time employee contract or a self-employed role, depending on the preference of the successful candidate.
The salary is negotiable, depending on skills and experience.
For full details on the role and its responsibilities and more information about how to apply, please download the Job Pack on our website by clicking on the button below.
Closing Date: 9am, Monday 2nd August
First round interview: Tuesday 10th August
We would like this role to start as soon as possible and we will provide comprehensive training and induction.
Please note: If we receive a high number of applications, we reserve the right to close the advert before the closing date. Therefore, early applications are encouraged.