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Provisional Psychologist

Learning Links are looking for Provisional Psychologists to join the team in a permanent part time (minimum 2 days a week) capacity. There are pathways to progression and regular PD, coaching and peer support. We have roles based in Gledswood Hills, Liverpool, Peakhurst & Partner Schools.

Why is Learning Links right for you?

  • Multi-disciplinary team (across Psychology, Speech, OT, Education, Early learning) means we have an uber collaborative environment for innovation, professional learning, and best practise sharing.
  • Investment in PD including access to world-class webinars, in depth training on risk assessment, trauma-informed practice and evidence-based intervention planning.
  • Work with children presenting with a wide range of diagnoses (ADHD, ASD, SLD, ODD, social skills and sensory difficulties).
  • Dedicated WHS & Wellbeing program.

 Your benefits

  • Flexible work options to suit you (part time, compressed work weeks, various locations).
  • 4-6 dedicated professional development days per year PLUS access to other external opportunities to grow your skills.
  • We are a strengths-based organisation (using Gallup Clifton Strengths). You will receive support and coaching to play to your strengths every day.
  • Investment in leadership development and team connection.
  • Systems (Salesforce) and digital skills training to allow you to focus on clinical support.
  • Option to take up a novated lease for a vehicle (the most tax effective option for purchasing and running a new/used car).

Essential skills and qualifications

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Psychology (4 year equivalent).
  • Provisional registration as a Psychologist through AHPRA under 4+2, 5+1 or transitional pathway is an essential criteria.
  • Working with Children Check (WWCC) or willingness to obtain.
  • NDIS Workers Screening Check (NDISWC) or willingness to obtain.
  • Experience building connections and developing positive relationships with children and parents.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply psychological assessment to both clinical formulation and the delivery of intensive therapeutic intervention to clients.


  • Competent in administering, interpreting, and writing associated reports for cognitive (WISC, WPPSI) and academic (WIAT) assessments.
  • Ability to work with a culturally and socially diverse group of clients, and to apply a culturally responsive framework to guide interventions.
  • Prior experience working with children presenting with Autism.