Taylor Centre provides a multi-disciplinary, recovery focussed service for clients living in Central Auckland. The Community Acute Service provides a comprehensive range of therapeutic treatment options in collaboration with service users, their families / whānau, local communities and the Multi-Disciplinary Team within the CMHC.
This is achieved through the assessment and management of the complex health needs of service users, with the provision of effectively planned care that supports them to manage their overall healthcare needs.
The Community Acute Service (CAS) provides short term therapeutic treatment options for service users and their families / whanau.
As a key member of this dedicated multidisciplinary team, you will carry out assessments and clinical interventions with service users presenting with acute mental health needs and increased risks.
We are seeking someone with strong clinical competencies with excellent communication and decision making skills.
This role would suit a clinician with experience in a community mental health setting and an interest in acute community mental health work.
You will need to be a Duly Authorised Officer or willing to undertake training to fulfil this requirement within the first year of employment.
You must be a NZ registered mental health professional with a current APC.
ADHB is committed to support staff professional development.
A full and clean NZ driver licence is essential in this community based role.
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If you have any queries about this opportunity or accessibility or technical issues with the online process, please contact (Jimmy Mathews), Recruitment Consultant at jimmy.
mathews adhb.govt.nz or Ph (+64 (0) 9 307 4949 ,Ext : 26064 ) to discuss how we can best support your application.
For any clinical realated queries around this role, please contact Clinical Team Leader Holly Rogers on HollyR adhb.govt.nz
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