SPELD NSW is hiring a psychologist - SPELD NSW

Supporting children and adults with specific learning difficulties


SPELD NSW is hiring a psychologist

We are seeking a Registered Psychologist

SPELD NSW provides information, support and assistance to children and adults with specific learning difficulties like dyslexia and to their families, tutors, teachers and schools.

Based in Parramatta, SPELD NSW is a charity that is over 50 years old. SPELD NSW provides a free information and referral service, professional learning workshops for teachers and professionals, resources to schools, tutors and families and psychological assessment of children and adults with specific learning difficulties.

SPELD NSW is seeking a registered psychologist who is keen to further develop their skills in providing psycho-educational assessments for children and adults as part of our assessments team. The successful candidate will join a supportive team who are passionate about providing assistance to children and adults with specific learning difficulties.

This position is 4 days per week.

Ongoing opportunities for professional development, supervision and training are also available.


What is the fundamental purpose of the position?

  1. To assess children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing learning difficulties.
  2. To provide support, practical strategies and recommendations in order to alleviate the effects of learning difficulties and disabilities.
  3. To support the development of SPELD NSW’s psychological assessment services.

The successful candidate, may also get involved in the delivery of professional learning workshops and in developing and supporting other functions of SPELD NSW.

Position Description is available here: Psychologist Job Description

Job Listing information is available on PsychXchange.

To apply please send cover letter (addressing selection criteria) and CV by Friday, 26 February.

Contact Details:
Georgina Perry, Executive Officer, executiveofficer@speldnsw.org.au


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