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Clinical Lead, Employee Assistance Section

AHP5 ($125,464 – $137,222) | Critically Important Role | Exciting Opportunity

Our client, South Australia Police (SAPOL) is a dynamic, innovative and inclusive organisation, critical to the provision of quality policing services in South Australia. SAPOL employees take great pride in delivering a range of services to reassure and protect the community in relation to crime and disorder, disaster and emergency management – accountable to the community they serve.

The Clinical Lead, Employee Assistance Section (EAS), is accountable to the Manager, EAS for overseeing the psychosocial and physical health delivery that is provided by the Police Medical Officer(s), Senior Health Advisors, Psychosocial Clinicians, the Health and Wellbeing Coordinator and Exercise Physiologist(s) within EAS. EAS is one of three Sections within Health, Safety and Wellbeing, which forms part of the People, Culture and Wellbeing Service.

The Clinical Lead, EAS will be responsible for developing and implementing effective strategies, plans and programs to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for SAPOL employees, and will be tasked with ensuring strategic service planning processes are conducted, implemented and evaluated across the organisation and are consistent with the strategic directions of SAPOL.

The incumbent will lead and develop a multidisciplinary team, providing practice leadership, professional supervision and strategic direction on matters relating to health and wellbeing.

Postgraduate qualifications in Psychology, Nursing or Social Work, in addition to current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) or the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is essential for success in this role. This role represents an exciting opportunity to contribute to the critically important services SAPOL provides for the South Australian community.

This role is subject to the following special conditions:

  • The incumbent must hold a current Australian work eligibility status and will be subject to a criminal history check
  • The incumbent may be assigned to other duties at this remuneration level or equivalent
  • Availability to be on-call after hours is required, and out-of-hours work may be required to conduct police training courses or selection programs
  • Some country travel may be required due to the provision of state wide support services
  • The incumbent must hold a current, Class C (car) driver’s licence
  • Some intrastate and interstate travel may be required
  • The incumbent is required to participate in SAPOL’s iEngage program

Telephone enquiries to Nick Stillwell are welcome on (+618) 8212 0999.

To apply, please click the link above and submit your CV and Cover Letter.

A Position Description is available by clicking "View Position Description" found via the listing on our website:

Job Ref: AS000063
Submitted: 19-04-2024 09:21 AM