Job Vacancy


Location: Cairns & Far North Queensland, Australia
Hours: Full-Time
Salary Range: $90,000 – $110,000 per year

Are you interested in working in regional, rural and remote communities?

Well Balanced Care is seeking to employ a Psychologist on a full-time basis.

Are you interested in a different work experience or up for a challenge? We offer flexibility, travel to interesting communities, opportunities to use your full scope of skills, and professional development.

As an organisation, we are committed to a multi-disciplinary allied healthcare model utilising emerging and existing technologies to assist clients. We specialise in the NDIS but our services are not limited to this area. We are committed to using capacity-building approaches that are relevant to the participant, family and community in achieving their goals.


To provide an integrated and comprehensive person-centred allied health care model with a focus on the cultural context in which services are delivered, including:

  • The delivery of high-quality generalist psychology clinical services, covering a range of clinical conditions, complexities and age groups presenting in a primary healthcare environment, with
  • Clinical care is delivered both in person and via telehealth and with delegation to allied health assistants.
  • In-person and virtual delivery both locally and to clients in rural and remote communities, which may include the participant’s home or other settings such as residential aged care, education and community settings.
  • Preparedness and interest to support and enhance the capability of the WBC technology model in the delivery of quality care to rural and remote communities.


To provide an integrated and comprehensive person-centred allied health care model with a focus on the cultural context in which services are delivered, including:

  • Participation in Allied Health team meetings on a regular basis.


  • Selection Criteria / Experience
  • Demonstrated high-level knowledge and skills in contemporary clinical practice standards in rural and remote psychology.
  • Demonstrated understanding and commitment to work sensitively and effectively with First Nations communities and their leaders, respecting traditional culture, values and ways of doing business.
  • Demonstrated a high-level understanding of the health, social and emotional well-being issues that impact First Nations people in rural and remote communities.
  • Demonstrated experience or willingness to participate in the delivery of care through innovative service models, in particular virtual health and a supervision and delegation model.
  • Demonstrated ability to determine priorities and manage caseload to meet agreed timelines and objectives.
  • Demonstrated effective verbal and written skills with particular emphasis on interpersonal communication skills, establishing trust and rapport, maintaining confidentiality and clinical documentation.
  • Demonstrated competence in use of information technology, internet and desktop applications e.g. electronic client record systems, Outlook, Word, Excel and database packages.


  • The successful applicant must hold at least a tertiary degree (or equivalent) qualification in Psychology and current registration or be eligible for registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHRPA).
  • Demonstrated ability too comply with the profession’s code of ehtics and function in accordance with legislation affecting your profession.

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Are you interested in joining our team?

If you are looking for opportunities to work with an Allied Health Care team that is on a mission to make a difference to the lives of those living in rural and remote Australian communities, then please don’t hesitate to contact us and connect with us on Linked In.

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