MidCentral District Health Board actively seeks Māori into our workforce to reflect the community we serve.
(Scope of Practice – Clinical Psychologist)
Te Uru Rauhi, Mental Health and Addiction Services have an exciting opportunity for experienced and enthusiastic Clinical Psychologist Allied Health Professional Mental Health and Addiction. The Clinical Psychologist will be a member of Community Mental Health and Addiction Services in Tararua.
Mental Health and Addictions Services at MDHB are moving towards a wellness and recovery-focused approach that encourages interconnectedness socially, spiritually, physically and environmentally and encompasses the aspirations to achieve ‘WAIORA’ flourishing individuals, whānau, and communities. This new service model delivery approach will support the achievement of whānau whaiora. Clinical Psychologist’s will report to the Tararua Locality Service Manager, Mental Health & Addiction Services. This role will be pivotal in ensuring in the delivery of safe, efficient, and comprehensive contemporary high quality, person and whānau centred clinical services.
The successful candidate requirements:
- A registered Clinical Psychologist
- Current New Zealand Annual Practicing Certificate
- Commitment to MDHB core values: Compassionate - Ka whai aroha, Respectful - Ka whai Ngākau, Courageous - Ka Mātātoa and Accountable - Ka noho haepapa.
- Have excellent written and interpersonal skills
- Strives for excellence and delivers high-quality care that focuses on the needs of the consumer and whānau.
The successful candidate will be offered the ability to contribute to the vision of providing Te Mātāpuna o te Ora – connected care for Mental Health and Addiction Services for whānau to ensure flourishing resilient hapori/communities and have the opportunity to join an organisation that is committed and focused on contributing to equity of health outcomes. We are looking for a candidate who is excited by change, who is committed to ensuring quality, culturally responsive care.
MidCentral District Health Board is committed to ensuring that children and young people are safe from abuse and harm. As part of our commitment to children and young people, and in line with the Vulnerable Children Act 2014, appointment to positions that involve regular or overnight contact with children will include worker safety checks. These checks are in addition to the requirement to have a satisfactory police clearance. Further information will be provided to shortlisted candidates. More information about the Vulnerable Children Act 2014 is available from the Ministry of Vulnerable Children website.