Senior Clinician (work From Home - New Zealand) Home Based - New Zealand Mental Wellbeing, Auckland

Last update 2024-04-16
Expires 2024-05-16
ID #2001471779
Senior Clinician (work From Home - New Zealand) Home Based - New Zealand Mental Wellbeing, Auckland
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland,
Modified January 20, 2024


Senior Clinician (Work from home - New Zealand)
Home based - New Zealand
Role overview
Senior Clinician (On Duty Role)
Location: Work from home - New Zealand
Togetherall is what you get when you put technology, community, and a team together for the purpose of increasing positive mental health and wellbeing. We are a peer-to-peer digital mental health support network which harnesses the power of community combined with expertly moderated and facilitated forums to enable our members to get support, take control, and feel better.
Our business model is B2 B2 C – paid for by commissioners and organisations but free to end users at point of need and access.
Our ambition is to continually widen access to an accessible safe space to proactively manage one’s mental health. Our community is anonymous, non-judgemental, and inclusive.
We are now looking for a Senior Clinician to join our expanding social impact led business.
Reporting directly to the Clinical Services Manager, The Senior Clinician is responsible for providing oversight, leadership, role-modelling, advice, direction, and decision making to support other clinicians-on-duty in the risk management of Togetherall members within a global peer-support network. This includes escalating risk to relevant organizations internationally, such as institutions, treatment-providers, emergency services, and law- enforcement when necessary.
The role provides overnight support for on-duty-clinicians and members who are actively using the platform and is critical to ensuring the active and safe use of the service including safeguarding of members.
This role will be a remote/home-office set-up.
Key Responsibilities
Provide leadership and direction for clinical staff (Lead Wall Guides and Wall Guides) including direct support during shifts
Provide support for members at risk and in crisis and others in community according to Togetherall protocols. Assist Clinical Management Team in service development as needed
Maintain clear and timely clinical records in Togetherall’s electronical clinical record system
Contribute to team management & supervision
Assist with other reasonable requests re service delivery and member satisfaction
As the Togetherall Support Network develops and grows additional contributions and accountabilities may be added according to needs
Other Responsibilities
Maintain and protect the confidentiality of members in accordance with Togetherall policies and licensing ethics
Ensure that member safety is protected by taking all reasonable actions to safeguard members and colleagues
Understand and comply with Togetherall’s Safeguarding Policies and report as necessary any serious incidents and record any escalation actions contemporaneously within Togetherall documentation systems

Be aware of and adhere to all Togetherall Policies and Procedures
Ensure the maintenance of standards of practice according to the employer and licensing laws
Keep up-to-date on new recommendations/guidelines and information in the mental health field such as the latest theoretical and service delivery models
Attend clinical/managerial supervision on a regular basis as agreed with supervisor/manager
Participate in individual performance reviews, annual evaluation, training, ongoing professional development and be responsive to feedback and objectives
Maintain licensure including all required continuing education credits
Complete any mandatory trainings and/or attend relevant trainings according to Togetherall policies
Maintain own workstream related to the development of the service
Candidate Profile
psychology, social work, psychiatric nursing, or equivalent
Current license to practice consistent with degree and training
Experience with mental health treatment and risk management in a complex clinical setting
Experience providing clinical supervision and on-duty decision making in a complex clinical setting
Knowledge and experience with best practices for ensuring the safety of people at risk due to mental health concerns
Demonstrated understanding/experience of peer/community support as a mechanism for mental health support and wellbeing
Experience and knowledge of successfully supporting clients/patients representing diversity (culture, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, countries of origin, etc.)
Experience and demonstrated understanding of working in a digital/remote environment
Knowledge of national mental health policy & practice (relevant to county of origin) and the willingness to learn about international mental health policy and practice
Ability to quickly and effectively learn and incorporate new technologies
Superior communication skills and demonstrated success as both a leader and team-member
Demonstrated professional success in collaborative
Pro-active and can-do attitude
Togetherall Benefits
Working hours: 16-40 hours a week, TBD by the successful candidate
Competitive compensation package, depending on experience and location
Package of health and retirement benefits, depending on location
A discretionary bonus dependent on company performance
At Togetherall, we don’t just accept difference, we thrive on it for the benefit of those that work with us and our members. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and working with us is based solely on a person’s merit and qualifications directly related to professional competence. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment where all employees and applicants can flourish.


Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior clinician (work from home - new zealand) home based - new zealand mental wellbeing
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