Clinical Psychologist - Child Development Service


The Hutt Valley Child Development Service requires an experienced clinical psychologist to work with children with a disability aged between 2 years and 16 years. We have a full time and part time (0.6) positon available. 

OUR TEAM

We have a full team of allied health professionals, as well as a developmental paediatrician also works in the service.

As our new team member you will be part of a multi-disciplinary developmental assessment team and contribute to parent education. You will need to enjoy taking part in parent education seminars and community education.

SKILLS AND QUALFICATIONS

  • Have an in-depth understanding of disability and experience in the use of a wide range of psychometric measures and the ADOS.
  • Experience in working with children with disabilities and their families
  • Registered with New Zealand Psychologists Board with current annual practicing certificate

BENEFITS

We offer a supportive workplace culture with a commitment to your on-going professional development. This includes; a comprehensive orientation programme, training and study opportunities, and peer support.

Staff benefits include our newly developed staff 'Wellness Program', discounts from many companies throughout the region, and use of our onsite gym.

HOW TO APPLY

Please complete an online HVDHB application form by clicking the 'Apply Now' button or through our careers website: www.healthyjobs.co.nz  Please note: We are unable to accept applications via email.

For further information on this role, please email recruitment@huttvalleydhb.org.nz and indicate the vacancy number 9112522-19 and job title in the subject line.

We will consider all applications as they are submitted until a suitable applicant has been found. Your application will be assessed against here quired competencies and you will be notified of the status of yourapplication as soon as possible.

Permanent/Full Time, Permanent/Part Time

Job no: 9112522-19

Location: Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt

Closing Date: Sunday, 20 October 2019

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