Psychologist – Paediatrics + Adolescents

Full Time
Posted 2 months ago

This is an exciting new opportunity to join a dedicated, therapy-focused employer in providing life changing services to children & adolescents with a disability. Play a key role in the development of Psychology services and be well-appreciated for your valued skills.

  • Join an OT-owned service that is committed to making a lasting difference to the lives of clients: Focus on quality service provision over quantity with below industry average billing requirements.
  • Opportunity to be a foundational member in Psychology services
  • Flexible working arrangements: Full or part time hours available. Work from home, in the community, schools, and some Telehealth.
  • This service is incredibly warm, supportive, and well established in the Sydney region, with plans to expand into other locations.
  • Salary to commensurate with your valued experience – up to $120K Base + Super
  • Make a lasting positive difference to lives of clients under NDIS funding with a focus on paediatric and adolescent clients (school visits + more!) 
  • A dedicated and compassionate employer who truly, supports, encourages, and cares about both their staff and clients

This is an exciting opportunity for a Registered Psychologist who is eager to provide meaningful therapy to children and adolescents with a disability in the local community. Take a stride in your professional development as you embrace autonomy and collaboration with other Health Professionals. Your role will see you pioneer into paediatric Psychology service provision with this compassionate, caring, and therapy – focused service alongside their adult Psychologist.

Work amongst a team of highly experienced Occupational Therapists dedicated to making a lasting difference to vulnerable individuals. As a Registered Psychologist, you will provide tailored services in line with individual NDIS plans – clients will be both tailored to your experience and interests within the paediatric & adolescent sector. You will be a part of an expanding team who looks forward to welcoming, supporting and learning from your valued experience.

The role: 

  • Influential role in Psychology services – share your professional insights and expertise
  • Provide Psychological assessment and intervention to clients
  • Plan, monitor and review client outcomes
  • Complete reports and work towards goals within your clients’ NDIS plans
  • Liaison with family members and other relevant stakeholders


  • Friendly, collaborative, and supportive Allied health team who hope to see you succeed in your role.
  • Flexible working options: Full time or Part time
  • Tailored support to suit your individual needs and aspirations – opportunities for immense career progression
  • Focus on work-life-balance for staff
  • Excellent salary up to $120K Base + Super
  • Opportunity to make a lasting difference to vulnerable clients.


  • Fully AHPRA Registered Psychologist
  • Ability to build rapport with clients and communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders
  • Current drivers’ license and car (novated leases are available)
  • Experience working with individuals with a disability is highly desired
  • Strong written skills

This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside like-minded individuals who are driven by quality service provision to clients with a disability.

For further details please contact Kirstin Symmonds

Phone. 0407 381 250

Email. Click Here

All applications will be treated in strict confidentiality.

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