primary requirements 1. New Zealand post graduate diploma in Clinical Psychology or overseas equivalent. 2. Must have completed at least two yearsâ€™ post-supervisory hands-on treatment experience working with adults; 3. Registration with the NZ Psychologists Registration Board with clinical scope mandatory. 4. Able to apply for and receive your Annual Practising Certificate (APC); 5. Previous work done in the area of psychological assessment and providing treatment service and expertise in adult mental health areas. 6. The ability to obtain a NZ driver’s license and willingness to travel to rural areas. 7. Previous experience working in a multi disciplinary team desired. 8. Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. 9. Able and willing to be supervised and complete required paperwork and documentation; 10. Good problem solving skills. 11. Ability to prioritise activities. 12. Effective interpersonal skills. 13. Ability to work as part of multi-disciplinary team. 14. Ability to manage stress. 15. Sense of humour. 16. Able and willing to commit at least 2-3 years to our client. 17. Able and willing to apply for NZ work or residency visa. primary duties Be part of a mental health that which enjoys a friendly, innovative, well resourced team that provides professional service with strong clinical leadership that is committed to excellent in all areas. Services are delivered within an integrated recovery model in a sector that is well organised and connected. The role in adult mental health combines assertive follow-up while maintaining contact with individuals through the case management system. This is an excellent opportunity to work within a supportive, forward thinking, multi-disciplinary team which provides a stable work environment within a family friendly city and an lifestyle with many opportunities to explore world famous scenic attractive and activities. other notes 1. Minimum of four weeks’ paid annual leave after your first year; 2. 9-11 paid public holidays for a total of up to 31 days paid off from work; 3. Living and working where malpractice/indemnity insurance may not be required; 4. Not having to deal with insurance companies in order to be paid for your services; 5. Our unique and wonderful lifestyle as described at http://www.alignrecruitment.com/lifestyle.html; and 6. Ongoing professional development is encouraged and supported with a generous professional development allowance to their clinical psychologists.