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GRS provides a high standard of clinical supervision for all of our staff. We provide group/peer/individual type of supervision that suits clinicians of different levels. More importantly, we will target individual's personal learning needs to ensure our clinicians are the centre of the clinical supervision we provide. Our senior therapists and clinical educators work closely together to develop a framework to offer you a chance to engage in both a primary supervisor as well as other supporting clinicians who are experienced in an area that relevant to your caseload.
GRS offers our clinicians a transparent and clear career pathway to progress in their career - no matter you are an allied health student/assistant, a novice level clinicians, or an established professional, we would offer the mentoring support to guide you through a pathway for you to develop following areas of your skills: clinical competency, staff supervision and service development. We also use a Performance Appraisal & Development Plan (PADP) tool to help our clinicians to keep track of their progress of their individual development plan.
Continued Professional Development
In GRS, we provide a variety of form of continued professional development support which includes: monthly clinical in-services, monthly peer review/reflective practice, regular group external training workshop and annual fund to attend individual training opportunities. You will also be expected to actively contribute to this process by sharing the knowledge you acquired in your professional area.
AHA/AHT/Novice Therapist Program
In GRS, we have developed a framework of support to our future generation of clinicians to facilitate them to follow a systematic way to transition into a competent novice clinician. We offer a great range of mixed caseload and rotational opportunities to facilitate your learning needs in all the different streams of service we provide. You will find our clinical work would assist you to supplement your understanding of the profession outside of your coursework and placement experience. Furthermore, our clinical educators have designed different level of competency tools that will guide you to be equipped with the essential skills to fulfil your role.
In GRS, we have clinical educators (CE) who have extensive experience in providing mentoring/supervision to clinicians, developing clinical resources, and providing service development consultation to the management team. Our GRS CEs are the cornerstones of our service and the bridge to help GRS clinicians to achieve their personal and career development goals. Our CEs are also the key of the GRS's quality assurance and improvement process that they provide guidance to the group, organise required training for the clinician upskilling, and develop the competency evaluation tools to certify the skill acquired by our clinicians through our Continued Professional Development (CPD) framework.
Currrent Advertised Positions
Click the button below to see our current advertised positions. If you are unable to find a GRS advertised job that suits you, you are still encouraged to contact us to express your interest of working with us by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org (QLD applicant) or email@example.com (NSW applicant)
In GRS, we acknowledge the need for junior/novice clinicians to broaden their horizon of knowledge by being exposed to caseload of various clinical streams. We provide an opportunity for suitable novice clinicians to be involved with clinical rotations so that they could learn from their supervisors and cases through this process. This allow our novice clinicians to form a broader understanding of the clinical needs of clients/the roles of the clinicians of different settings and help them to confirm their future clinical interest/specialised area.