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Consulting Psychologist â€“ Mental Health and Wellbeing (Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane)Allens
Your role Allens is making the health and energy of our people a front-of-mind, shared priority. We're seeking an experienced psychologist to help us create the right conditions, the right conversations and the right actions to enable our people to thrive. Our team The People & Development (P&D) team works alongside our partners and leaders to create a signature employee experience.
Our role is to conceptualise, design, influence and support on all things human. This role will work closely with the Chief People Officer and the Head of Inclusion, Diversity and Wellbeing to create strategy and build capability amongst partners and leaders, P&D colleagues and employees alike. P&D is a national team of dedicated professionals who aren't afraid to dream big and agitate for change.
We're experienced and we're curious; we take our jobs seriously and we're fun; and we come with many different backgrounds and perspectives. Your day Allens is a leading international law firm with exceptionally talented people. As Consulting Psychologist, you will have the opportunity to educate, guide, upskill and support your colleagues in very tangible ways.
Your key responsibilities will be to: Evolve the Allens mental health strategy to support the ongoing success of our people and business. Provide professional advice and solutions to assess and reduce psychosocial risk amongst Allens partners and employees. Provide consulting advice and recommendations to Allens partners, leaders, and members of the People & Development team.
Provide 1:1 wellbeing coaching to Allens partners and leaders. Increase firm and individual capability to build resilience and enable strong mental health outcomes through improved awareness, education, early intervention, skill and management. Devise mental health communication and tools.
Analyse data, research, policy and practice to inform strategy and create alignment across people processes. What you'll bring The most important thing you'll bring is a genuine desire to help others. We know there's no one formula for success in a role like this.
Some of the other attributes we're thinking about include: A background in clinical psychology ideally coupled with consulting experience gained in a professional services, mental health/wellbeing consultancy, EAP or a similar context. Organisational psychology qualification and/or experience. Coaching qualification and/or experience.
Experience working with, or in, high-achieving, high-pressure environments. A flare for creating engaging learning experiences in 1:1, small and larger group formats. A natural flexing of communication approaches and styles based on different audiences.
Confidence extracting insights from data and making clear recommendations. The ability to turn complex concepts into easily digestible content. A warm, empathic approach to influencing action and change.
APS member. AHPRA practitioner. Work pattern This is a permanent role within our team.
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