Imagine a Psychologist or Social Worker role where you can help people who have an immediate need for support, where no two days are the same, and where your full breadth of skills are called on to treat a variety of presentations in a supportive, collaborative environment. If truly diverse work and being part of a highly skilled team excites you, then read on to find out why you should join Assure Programs (part of the global APM Group) as an EAP Clinician.
What is EAP?
EAP (Employee Assistance Program) is a confidential service that organisations provide to their employees and family members to reduce mental health and people related risk. As an EAP Clinician, your role will be to provide solution-focused, brief therapy services that help individuals, couples and teams with their immediate needs.
Working as an EAP Clinician, you will:
- Enjoy flexible working conditions
- Deliver services via face-to-face, digitally (including LiveChat) or phone
- Apply best practice skills for short-term solution-focused intervention support
- Complete case notes / reporting, time recording and data collection as required
- Participate in fortnightly peer supervision
- Be based full time or part time (min 2 days per week) in our Adelaide office
- Enjoy generous staff benefits such as access to EAP, salary packaging options, novated vehicle leasing, corporate discounts, pre-purchased leave, paid parental leave and much more.
Join the industry’s best
Assure Programs is a respected leader when it comes to workplace mental health and was recognised as an Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards.
- Our managers are highly experienced, senior psychologists who ensure a high standard of clinical quality in our service delivery
- Our clinicians support a range of organisations in Australasia that include executive and white collar, retail, mining, building, construction, etc.
- We use evidence-based practices and regularly collaborate at an international level to ensure we are at the foremost of the latest research.
Grow and develop
- We encourage career progression and support you with your professional development needs, including time to attend internal and external professional development.
- Fortnightly peer supervision is available, so you can learn from your colleagues and share ongoing professional development.
To be successful in this role you will:
- Be an AHPRA Registered Psychologist OR Mental Health Accredited Social Worker with full practicing membership with the AASW
- Have a minimum 2 years experience of relevant counselling interventions across a broad range of presentations
- Have the ability to establish immediate credibility with clients and colleagues
- Have a superior level of interpersonal skills and the ability to contribute effectively to a team setting
- Demonstrate warmth, flexibility, and calmness under pressure
- Have good IT skills, superior written skills, attention to detail and the ability to follow administration procedures with accuracy and efficiency
- Show a demonstrated commitment to innovation, continuous improvement, and personal and professional development, as well as contributions to the professional development of colleagues
- Have a current Working with Children Check for SA
- Be willing to undergo a National Criminal History check
Please submit your application online. For a confidential discussion, please contact Jemma on 0427 107 195.