Health and Wellness Advisor

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atWork Australia
Australia

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Health and Wellness Advisor

Job ID: 13314
Job Views: 13
Location: Northam
Post Code: 6401
Category: Community Services
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted: 09/07/2024

Description:

Company Description

Job Title: Health and Wellness Advisor

Company: atWork Australia

Location: Northam, WA

 

Who we are:

atWork Australia is a leading employment services provider working with Australians living with disability, injury, health condition or those who require additional support, across the nation. We empower our clients, supporting them to build better working lives.

To do that, we work with people to identify their goals and aspirations, build skills and job-readiness, and support them through interviews and into employment. We also work with prospective employers to ensure their needs for recruiting new team members are met. In short, our approach is to support a person in the way that most helps them transform their life, in pursuit of our belief that work’s for everyone.

Job Description

The Position:

Psychologists have a diverse and role, offering opportunity to assist job seekers who have complex barriers to employment by conducting assessments, undertaking a variety of therapeutic interventions, facilitating groups, and, providing recommendations to appropriate vocational and non-vocational services.

Key duties of the role will include:

  • Conduct thorough assessments of candidates with a range of disability and barriers to employment;
  • Offer counselling intervention as needed, utilising various psychological methodologies;
  • Refer candidates to additional external support services to help address barriers;
  • Provide evaluations on assessments and monitor the progression of cases;
  • Liaise with medical professionals and community agencies on behalf of candidates; and
  • Provide training and guidance to atWork staff on psychological services and procedures.

Job Requirements:

Qualifications

What you need:

Your proven ability to achieve and exceed performance indicators will be complemented by your:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Psychology with eligibility for full or provisional registration with AHPRA;
  • Experience working within employment services highly regarded;
  • Knowledge of psychology assessment / intervention strategies;
  • Exceptional communication, rapport building skills and engagement;
  • Proven ability to construct accurate and articulate case reports;
  • Ability to work towards generating positive outcomes for clients.
  • Ability to provide a Police Clearance (within 6 months) and Work with Children's Check

Additional Information

What we will give you

  • A Competitive salary;
  • Ongoing career development and national opportunities;
  • Job stability and guaranteed full-time hours
  • Access to a range of benefits including discounts for health insurance, access to psychology services, ability to purchase additional leave, roadside assistance and paid parental leave.

How to Apply:

Apply Now

If this sounds like the role for you, please select the ‘Apply for this job’ button to upload you resume. You can also find out more about atWork Australia here: www.atworkaustralia.com.au

A fantastic place to work. 

atWork Australia strives to create a working environment that is supportive, friendly and focused on everyone working together as a team. We foster a fun yet high-performing culture, where we work together, collaborate, and help each other thrive.

A passion for helping people. 

We put our clients, the people we support, at the centre of all we do and do not stop until they find a lasting and fulfilling job. If you have passion for helping people, the drive to successfully advocate for others, and a willingness to build relationships, applying for a role as a Client Service Administrator might be your best move yet.

 

You are welcome here.

Our fast-growing team of more than 3,500 people around Australia represent a huge array of life experiences, skills and ways of thinking. We value all these differences.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, proudly welcoming people with disability including mental health conditions, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people from the LGBTQI community, veterans, carers and Indigenous Australians to our team.

We are happy to adjust our recruitment process to support accessibility needs.