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2022 - School Counselling Service Graduate Scholarship Program - Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology)

Organisation/Entity: Education
Job Category:
Job Location:
  • Statewide
Job Reference Number: 00008AUY
Work Type: Full-Time
Total Remuneration Package: $1.00 - $1.00
Contact: 02 7814 2988 - Vicki Melitas
Closing Date: 10/10/2021 - 11:59 PM

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Job Description 

2022 School Counselling Service Graduate Scholarship Program – Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology)  00008AUY

 

The School Counselling Service Graduate Scholarship Program supports psychology graduates to complete the Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology) at the University of Wollongong, and become a permanent school psychologist working in rural or metropolitan NSW public schools.

 

Graduates will gain valuable knowledge under the guidance and supervision of experienced school  counselling staff in schools.

 

 The Graduate Scholarship Program offers:

Rural scholarships

·       up to $30,000 tuition allowance for full-time, full fee paying students

·       up to $6,000 appointment allowance*

·       $1,500 textbook and incidentals allowance

·       supervised practicum placements in schools during 2022

·       supervised internship in 2023 

·       induction program

·       ongoing employment as a school psychologist in NSW public schools in areas of workforce need upon satisfactory completion of the Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology) program

* Note: Additional benefits may be available to interns and employees working in certain rural NSW locations  Rural and remote incentive package - Incentive for School Psychologists

 

Metropolitan scholarships

The metropolitan scholarships will provide:

·       up to $30,000 tuition allowance for full-time, full-fee paying students

·       $2,000 appointment allowance

·       $1,500 textbook and incidentals allowance

·       supervised work placements in schools during 2022

·       supervised internship in 2023

·       induction program

·       ongoing employment as a school psychologist in NSW public schools in areas of workforce need upon satisfactory completion of the Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology) program

 

Eligibility to apply for this scholarship

 

To be eligible for a scholarship you must:

·       have a completed four year sequence of Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) approved psychology studies

·       meet requirements to undertake the Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology) program at the University of Wollongong

·       submitted an application for the Master of Professional Psychology(School Psychology) program at the University of Wollongong

·       be willing to work in geographic areas of workforce need (please refer to the work location nomination form)

·       have or be able to obtain a NSW Working with Children Check clearance

·       be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen

·       hold or be able to obtain a valid NSW driver's licence

 

The closing date for the receipt of applications and supporting documentation for a School Counselling Service Graduate Scholarship Program – Master of Professional Psychology (School Psychology) Sunday 10 October 2021.

 

For further information contact Vicki Melitas on (02) 7814 2988 or vicki.melitas@det.nsw.edu.au.

 

Supporting Documents

Please complete and upload the following documents when submitting your application

WWCC Guide to Identity

Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check (NCCHC)

WWCC - Declaration for Child-Related Work Declaration NCCHC

Pre-Employment Health Declaration

Referee Reports

Work Location Nomination Form

 

Evidence of name change required for first & family name changes

Evidence of Australian Citizenship, permanent residence, or visa permitting employment in Australia

Official evidence of Academic Qualifications and transcripts

Resume

 

Additional Information

School Psychologist Role Description

Statement of Understanding