We have the following position (s) for registered professionals wishing to join our multi-disciplinary team. Along with significant experience in mental health and a current NZ Practicing Certificate, strong candidates will:

    • Have a natural affinity with people, and an ability to build trusting relationships. Empathy, compassion, and authenticity.
    • Have exceptional communication and problem solving skills. Computer literacy.
    • Be organised, focused and have a good eye for detail.
    • Be seeking to develop your leadership.
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      DBT Therapist

      0.6 FTE, 48hrs/fortnight

      We are offering a unique psychotherapy opportunity within an adherent DBT residential programme for adults with chronic emotional dysregulation. We are seeking a skilled clinician interested in building DBT expertise while enjoying a relaxed lifestyle. The role includes teaching DBT skills classes and provision of individual therapy.

      1-2 year terms are considered. Counsellor, psychotherapist, psychologist or similarly skilled clinician with DBT training preferred; DBT training can be provided.

      Benefits include: 4 weeks paid vacation, paid professional/registration fees, generous annual training budget and flexible work schedule.

      Please click here for a more detailed position description. If you are interested please send your full application (cover letter, CV and TWM application form) to admin@twm.org.nz.

       


      Registered Mental Health Professional – Case Manager

      0.9 FTE, 72hrs/fortnight

      As a clinical case manager you will get enjoyment out of working with clients, building their trust and ensuring they get the best care available. Working with a diverse multi-disciplinary team, you will lead the delivery of Recovery focused mental health care.

      Some of the roles associated with this position are:

        • Working collaboratively with clients and their key support relationships/whanau
        • Client assessment, treatment planning and clinical intervention
        • Liaising with clinical and other staff to ensure clients are receiving appropriate quality care and that processes are followed provision of on-call crisis intervention
        • Proactive mental health delivery within an integrated community system.

        Benefits include: 4 weeks paid vacation, paid professional/registration fees, generous annual training budget and flexible work schedule.

        Please click here for a more detailed position description. If you are interested please send your full application (cover letter, CV and TWM application form) to admin@twm.org.nz.