Lead Psychologist, Opportunity At NTU Main Campus, Singapore.

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  • Post Date: January 27, 2023
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Lead Psychologist

Psychology for teenagers | Youth Living Skills



  • Provide supervision to counselling/clinical and educational psychologists.
  • Lead and manage clinical/counselling/educational psychology -related portfolios to strengthen and promote the effective delivery of psychological services of University Counselling Centre.
  • Psychological assessment/testing and intervention for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or mental health conditions
  • Provide psychological critical incident management
  • Work collaboratively with various internal and external stakeholders to provide evidence-based support for students with SEN or mental health condition or co-morbid issues.
  • Conduct training on a range of SEN/mental health conditions and evidence-based intervention strategies for staff.
  • Provide strategic support to University Counselling Centre (UCC)/University Wellbeing Office (UWO) on well-being and mental health policies.
  • Perform additional duties as required by the nature of the position or the UWO.




  • Graduate qualification in counselling, clinical or educational psychology with experience in psychological testing/assessment and use of tools for clinical diagnosis and treatment planning.
  • Full membership of a relevant professional body and knowledge of and adherence to professional standards and code of ethics and other relevant regulations.
  • 7-10 years of professional experience in a variety of treatment modals and working with clients with complex cases of risks and mental health disorders, including dual diagnosis preferred for Lead Counselling or Clinical Psychologists.
  • 7-10 years of professional psychometric testing for educational and behavioural issues for students with Special Educational Needs for Lead Educational Psychologists.
  • 4-6 years of experience in providing clinical supervision to psychologists.
  • Training and experience in psychological critical incident management is preferred.
  • Knowledge and skills in using tools for clinical diagnosis and treatment planning is advantageous.
  • Experience in working with young adults, preferable in a university setting, is desirable.
  • Experience in working in a multi-disciplinary team and conducting Continual Professional Development training for staff is advantageous.
  • Professional empathy and good interpersonal, communication and report writing skills.
  • Leadership and organisational skills, including leading by example and garnering consensus.
  • A good team player as well as being able to work independently.
  • Aptitude in problem-solving and initiative.
  • Proficient in IT skills.




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Job Detail
  • Offered SalaryNot Specified
  • Career LevelNot Specified
  • ExperienceMore than 5 Years
  • GenderBoth
  • INDUSTRYEducation
  • QualificationBachelor's Degree
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