The Organisation Our client is Australia’s leading independent fine art school; a producer of new art; a place to experience and participate in the arts; and a presentation venue. The School is a growing and vibrant arts and education precinct contributing to NSW becoming a leading centre for arts, culture, creativity and innovation in the Asia-Pacific. With a resilient and contemporary studio based teaching model, our currency and our future are just as bright.
The Role Our Client is looking for an experienced Student Counsellor for a 3 month Part Time Contract for 3 days a week. The Student Counsellor will provide counselling and guidance to students who are navigating their studies and life Key Responsibilities Provide counselling and support for a range of psycho-social issues. Educational consultancy and advisory service to academic staff on student, classroom or course related matters Conduct individual or group information sessions for students on educational, vocational and financial issues Conduct risk assessments as required and make recommendations to management on findings Conduct psychological tests where appropriate Provide support on matters of conflict with other students and staff Liaise with a wide network of appropriate educational, mental health and community agencies for the referral of students and to maintain specialist knowledge To Be Successful Qualified as a Psychologist and registered with The Psychology Board of Australia Counselling experience and qualifications in relevant areas Experience and knowledge of the Higher Education sector and familiarity with current developments in this area Demonstrated counselling and group work skills, including crisis work and psychometric assessment Ability to work with issues directly related to students studying in the Higher Education sector, emerging client populations and minority groups Knowledge and understanding of EEO, Ethical Practice and WH&S Salary & Benefits Hourly rate is $44.
54 Superannuation Having a diverse workforce that represents the wider Australian community is very important in Community Services and ProCare Australia actively encourage applications from people with disabilities, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTQIA people, and all genders. We recognise the richness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and the unique knowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees bring to the workplace, policy development and programs. We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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