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Part of Court Services Victoria, the Children’s Court of Victoria (ChCV) is a specialist court that hears cases involving the care and protection, and criminal offending, of children and young people. The ChCV operates across several metropolitan and regional locations.
The Clinic is an independent body which conducts assessments and provides reports on children and their families at the request of Children’s Court magistrates across Victoria. It also has a small treatment function in selected cases and is a teaching facility. The Clinic employs highly skilled clinicians who have specialist knowledge in the areas of child protection and youth offending.
Leading a team of clinical and forensic psychologists and overseeing the work of contracted sessional clinicians, the Director, Children’s Court Clinic is responsible for the effective and efficient operations of the Clinic and for the maintenance of high-quality clinical standards and practice.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer of the ChCV, the key accountabilities include:
To be considered for this wonderful opportunity it is essential you hold a Doctorate in Clinical and/or Forensic Psychology and have demonstrated experience in clinical and/or forensic psychological practice with children, youth and families.
The salary range for this position is set out in Schedule C of the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020, Senior Technical Specialist (Grade 7). Please refer to the Department of Treasury and Finance website (dtf.vic.gov.au) for further information.
If you have exceptional skills and are looking for a new and exciting challenge, please make an application by clicking the 'Apply Now' tab below to submit your resume in Word format. To confidentially discuss this role further, please feel free to call Lauren Monaghan (9946 7326) or Barry Vienet (9946 7321) from Johnson Recruitment.
Johnson Recruitment actively embraces diversity in the workforce through inclusive community representation of gender, culture, thought, and work arrangements.
This is a retained, exclusive assignment and any direct applications or referrals will be forwarded to Johnson Recruitment.