Psychologist - Post-Grad (Masters) Ceduna SA If you're seeking a career that provides more excitement than a standard psychology job and offers a challenging yet rewarding team environment, this could be the role for you.
As a Psychologist in the Army, your understanding of human behaviour will be highly valued and you will draw on an ever-expanding body of scientific knowledge about how people think, act and feel and then apply that information to the area of military psychology.
You will be appointed as an Officer, and work closely with a tight-knit team of professional psychologists across a host of tasks-from assessing candidate suitability for specialised roles in the Army to post-operational screening to psychological assessment and counselling of military personnel.
Unlike a job as a civilian psychologist, you will have plenty of opportunities to travel as you may be deployed anywhere in the world to provide psychological services-from combat operations to humanitarian missions. It's these types of unique... military experiences that will increase your knowledge and grow your skills within your chosen profession.
In the Army you'll get paid a highly competitive salary from day one regardless of your age, experience or qualifications; and your pay increases as you progress through training.
On completion of your initial military and employment training, you could earn $96,687 per annum, depending on your qualifications, plus generous super.
Following your initial military training in Canberra and Albury/Wodonga NSW/VIC, you could be posted to one of the many Army bases and units across Australia.
Army Psychologists are positioned primarily throughout most capital cities and a newly appointed officer could normally expect to start their career in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Townsville, Darwin or Wagga Wagga. Psychologists are also located in many other military locations throughout Australia.
Life in the Army:
Action, adventure, exciting career opportunities and amazing mateship-there's so much to love about life in the Army. Whether you're looking to pick up a new skill, get qualified with fully paid training or are up for a new challenge, you'll find it all in the Army.
Not to mention there's also the sense of accomplishment and pride that comes from serving your country and providing support to communities in need, both here and overseas.
This is no ordinary job-but that's exactly what you're looking for. Enjoy a rewarding career, opportunities to travel, excellent fitness facilities, and free medical and dental; all in a dynamic and fulfilling work environment.
How to Apply:
For this role, you must be an Australian citizen aged 17 to 57 and able to successfully obtain a security clearance.
You must also Hold full general registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) to practice as a Psychologist, or be in the process of achieving full registration (for example, candidates completing the final year of their 5+1 pathway). Meet the minimum medical and fitness requirements (further details can be accessed via the link below).
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