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Digital Health Officer (Clinical)

Looking for an outstanding Psychologist with a passion for Digital Health to join our team!

Work within our innovative Clinical Team, and the wider HSM team to achieve clinical outcomes for our members looking to change their relationship with alcohol. Reporting to our Chief Clinical Psychologist , you’ll get a chance to work in clinical digital health service delivery and project based work associated with our current and upcoming services.

You’ll support and implement our health coaching services including informal management and coordination of our health coaching team. You’ll also get to conduct online health coaching appointments and maintain a client case load. You’ll work on service improvement and evaluation including the administration, research and development of best practice for digital health service delivery. You’ll develop clinical content and processes for current and future clinical product and services.

You’ll demonstrate a positive and creative approach to your role, as well as a willingness to get stuck in to all tasks and work within a multidisciplinary team flexibly and adapt to changing demands in a small not for profit organisation. In return you’ll get to work within a supportive team who enjoy working collaboratively and genuinely value each other and our members.

Key responsibilities:

  • Clinical Service Delivery – support and implement health coaching services maintaining a client case load as well as working with the team to manage risk issues with clients.
  • Help create systems and processes to ensure high quality care
  • Service Improvement & Evaluation – including support administrative functions associated with clinical service, evaluation and quality control activities.
  • Contribute to clinical data collection processes (survey design, implementation, and preliminary analysis).
  • Contributing to literature reviews and reports for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Work closely with the project team to test and review new features, products, and programs for a successful release.
  • Understand relevant industry trends, including new products, regulatory changes, clinical advances and changes in practice for alcohol and mental health.

About You:

  • It is essential that you are a Registered Psychologist or registered Mental Health or Allied health professional
  • It is preferred that you have training and experience in Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • You’ll have strong attention to detail and time management and organisational skills
  • You’ll have the ability to work flexibly and adapt to changing demands and priorities
  • Experience in a clinical research environment (preference: digital mental health and/or AOD treatment)
  • You’ll have a strong interest in Digital health
  • A commitment to Hello Sunday Morning’s values and vision, Pioneering, Empathic, Authentic, Respectful and Supportive.
  • It would also be desirable if you have experience translating clinical content and evidence-based interventions into the digital health setting and / or clinical experience working in an AOD treatment setting.

About the Perks:

  • We proactively foster career development and invest in professional development to build on your existing skills. This role comes with your own individual professional development budget to attend training and/or conferences.
  • We have a vibrant and flexible workplace culture with emphasis on purpose, our values and team collaboration.
  • We encourage a combination of in office and work from home/ remote options for all HSM employees with flexible working hours to suit your life.
  • Our office is conveniently located in Surry Hills, a short walk from Central Station
  • Health and wellbeing initiatives including access to Uprise app and EAP!
  • Most importantly, we are very social with regular team activities and we love dogs – you can bring your dog to work!
  • We are open to candidates who wish to work part time or full time.

Interested?

To apply please send your CV with a Cover Letter or Intro email via LinkedIn

Please apply as soon as possible and before Friday 3 December with the ideal candidate able to start in early 2022 if not before.

 

Unfortunately, there are no roles currently available.

Please contact careers@hellosundaymorning.org, attention to our HR Manager, Katherine Dixon, to submit any expressions of interest.

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