Professional Practice Fellow - Psychology Clinic-2102299
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
About our team/ Mō te tīma
The Department of Psychology has an excellent research culture and has been
ranked in the top 50 Psychology Departments in the world, since the inception
of the QS world rankings. We boast excellent computing and technical
facilities which support the department's large and varied teaching and
Within our Clinical Psychology Centre, we provide a clinical psychology
training Programme for postgraduate students to obtain the Post Graduate
Diploma in Clinical Psychology degree and become registered psychologists in
the clinical psychology scope of practice in New Zealand.
The role/Te mahi
We invite applications from suitably qualified and enthusiastic candidates for
the permanent, part-time position as a Professional Practice Fellow within our
Reporting to the Head of Department, you will help support teaching and
training within the clinical psychology training programme, working directly
with the Director of Clinical Training and the Clinic Director.
In this role you will:
• Provide supervision of clinical psychology practice to 5th and occasionally
6th year clinical psychology students.
• Provide clinic cover which involves set rostered time spent in the clinic.
• Provide lectures, within your areas of expertise, to students within the
clinical psychology training programme.
• Provide mentoring to 6th year clinical Psychology students during their
internship placements and liaise with their placement supervisors, in
corroboration with the Director of Clinical Psychology Training.
Your skills and experience/Kā pūkeka me kā wheako
To be successful in this role candidates must be a New Zealand registered
Psychologist in the Clinical Psychology Scope of Practice with at least three
years of clinical experience, preferably with most of this in mental health
Candidates are also expected to have:
• Appropriate professional experience.
• Excellence in case conceptualisation, formulation, and diagnosis.
• Established relationships with the local clinical community is desirable.
• Preference will be given to individuals with demonstrated ability in
teaching and training in appropriate areas of current need.
• Evidence of an ability to work well with students and staff from differing
academic and cultural backgrounds and at all levels of the institution.
• A commitment to the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and to equal
Further details/ Pūroko
This is a permanent, part-time position (0.4 FTE per week) during the
University's semester time only (February to November each year). The
position is available from February 2022.
This is a unique opportunity for an energetic, creative, and committed
individual to make a significant impression and contribution in their chosen
discipline while being well supported by a collegial and dynamic Division and
The University is committed to meeting its obligations under the Children Act
2014. Candidates who successfully make the final stages of the recruitment
process will be required to undergo a safety check.
For further information on the safety check process please visit:
Protection of Children
Specific enquiries about the position may be directed to Associate Professor
Dione Healey via the contact details below.
Candidates are requested to submit the following:
• Cover letter.
• Names and email addresses of at least three referees.
To submit your application please click the apply button. Applications quoting
reference number 2102299 will close on Monday, 6 December 2021.
Note: As a part-time position, the salary range for this role will be the
pro-rata equivalent of the annual full-time salary range listed.
Contact: Associate Professor Dione Healey Tel: 64 3 479 7620
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Location: About Dunedin
Salary Level and Range
Professional Practice Fellow 3 ($90,039 to $98,570)