Employee Assistance Service Australia (EASA) is looking for an innovative and skilled Psychologist that is self-directed with an eclectic range of skills looking for diverse challenges in a professional counselling setting.
EASA established in Darwin in 1982 provides organisational consulting, training and counselling services to individuals and organisations in the Northern Territory.
EASA provides both Psychological Services and Organisational Consultancy.
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Psychometric Testing and Assessment
- Psychological Reports
- Career Planning
- Outplacement Services
- Critical Incident Stress Management Services
- Alcohol & Other Drug Services
Organisational Consultancy Services
- Organisational Development
- Training – Accredited and Non-accredited
- Human Resource Consulting
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
This position is for a Full Time Registered Psychologist with generalist counselling experience to provide EAP counselling services as part of the EASA counselling team in Darwin. Part time or flexible hours may be offered. A generous anual personal development allowance is included as well as a wellness allowance. Commencment date is negotiable.
Eligibility for registration with NT Registration Board as a Psychologist or Social Worker and membership of the APS.
- Experience with Mindfulness/ACT, CBT and Brief Interventions/ Solution Focused approach with a good counselling background.
- Interest, aptitude and ability in areas of work noted above.
- Knowledge of a range of psychological assessment tools
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ethical, caring and empathic personal qualities
- Demonstrated initiative and accountability for work
- Ability to build good therapeutic relationships for client centred outcomes.
- Experience working in a range of settings both clinical and organisational
- Ability to work and contribute collegiately as part of a team.
- NT Drivers Licence
1. Experience in and knowledge of best practice critical incident management and trauma counselling