Clinical Lead headspace

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Clinical Lead headspace

Job ID: 11141
Job Views: 15
Location: South Hedland
Post Code: 6722
Category: Healthcare & Medical
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 09/05/2024


  • Join a values-driven organisation with great team culture
  • Permanent, full-time position
  • Collaborate with local partners and build mental health capacity

Job Requirements:

Reach further with us!

Working in the beautiful Pilbara region of Western Australia comes with a range of great experiences and challenges beyond what you might experience elsewhere.  You will gain career changing skills and experience and develop and nurture relationships with local communities while embracing the unexpected, as every day will be different.

headspace, Australia's National Youth Mental Health Foundation, provides vital early intervention mental health services to young people with mild to moderate mental health issues affecting their wellbeing.

Our mission is to improve the mental and social wellbeing of young people by providing services that are welcoming, friendly, supportive and culturally safe.

As the Clinical Lead, alongside the Service Manager, you will oversee the ongoing design, delivery and improvement of evidenced-based care to support young people's wellbeing, including providing clinical leadership, consultation and expertise to headspace staff, consortium and private practitioners, as well as engaging with local communities and key stakeholders.

This is an ongoing full time role based in South Hedland.


What you will bring

To succeed in this role, you will have:

  • Tertiary level qualification in relevant clinical discipline including clinical psychology, psychology, social work, mental health nursing, occupational therapy, or equivalent
  • Demonstrated experience and advanced clinical skills in a range of mental health service settings
  • Experience in complex clinical triage, assessment and referral
  • Leadership skills and demonstrated experience providing clinical supervision
  • Proven track record of building and maintaining effective working relationships with a range of stakeholders
  • Highly developed cultural competency which will enable you to easily engage and build trust with people from diverse backgrounds, in particular Aboriginal communities.

The successful candidate must possess a current National Police Clearance valid within one year, a WA Working with Children Check and WA Drivers License.

Impact and benefits

Sharing your knowledge, skills and experience, you will make an impact to the lives of families and communities across the Pilbara.

In return for your drive and commitment, we provide the support of an inclusive and welcoming community which places people at the heart of all the work we do and encourages broad thinking, curiosity, creativity and best practice.


  • $120,384 full time salary (includes 10% remote allowance)   + 11% superannuation.
  • Generous weekly rent subsidy of $300/week (T & C’s apply)
  • Generous tax-free salary packaging benefits up to $15,900 annually
  • Additional 1 weeks leave after 12 months service
  • 3 days additional leave between Christmas and New Year

How to Apply:

Why join us?

At Anglicare WA we are all about people, placing people at the heart of our work.  We are focused on strengths, believing in and amplifying the strength of people and communities.  We are fiercely inclusive, making sure everyone can belong. As trusted partners we are curious and creative, always looking for new ways to do better.  We are courageous and gutsy, tackling difficult issues, even when it’s hard.

But don't take our word for it!  Here is what our people think:

  • “Anglicare WA has a culture which celebrates people, the communities we work for and works in innovative ways with leadership who are connected with the work, everyone feels comfortable to be their unique selves here.”
  • “Anglicare WA is really great at living and breathing our values everyday across the organisation, celebrating the diversity within our workforce, doing things differently, constantly trying to break down barriers for clients and families, making new employees feel welcome, great communication!”
  • “Anglicare WA supports flexible working (incl WFH).   As a single parent my leaders have always been approachable and understanding. I really appreciate being part of an organisation that respects my responsibilities as a parent.”

Apply Now!

To apply, please click on the apply button and follow the prompts, attaching a detailed current resume. We are seeking to appoint someone to this role as soon as possible and will close this vacancy once suitable candidates have been identified. Please apply without delay!

For further information please contact Jess O'Dea, Service Manager at headspace Hedland at

Child Safe: Anglicare WA is committed to providing safe environments where children and young people feel valued, respected and are protected from abuse and harm.

Inclusive: We actively promote a working environment that values diversity and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQ+ and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.

Uluru Statement from the Heart: Anglicare WA supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart and is committed to walking alongside First Nations people in a movement of the Australian people for a better future.

Unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

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