Imagine a Mental Health Social Worker role where you help people with an immediate need for support, where no two days are the same, and you will work within a supportive team environment. A role where your full breadth of skills are called on to work with a diverse range of peoples and presentations to reach outcomes that enhance wellbeing and quality of life.
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, you will work from your home / private office and can be based anywhere in Australia. Whether your preference is full time or part-time, you will provide solution-focused, brief therapy services that help individuals, couples and teams adjust to changes or cope with various life challenges.
Working as an EAP Clinician, you will:
To be successful in this role you will:
What’s in in for you:
We will support your growth and development by providing you time to attend internal and external professional development opportunities. We also provide a learning culture where peer supervision is available, and you can learn from and share with your colleagues.
Along with your salary, laptop and phone, you will have access to EAP, salary packaging options, novated vehicle leasing, discounted Private Health, pre-purchased leave and more
Join the industry’s best
Assure Programs, part of the APM Group, is a respected leader when it comes to workplace wellbeing and was recognised in The Australian Business Awards as an Employer of Choice:
· Our managers are highly experienced, senior mental health professionals who ensure a high standard of clinical quality in our service delivery.
· Our clinicians support a range of organisations in Australasia from executive, white collar and retail, to mining, building, and construction.
· We use evidence-based practices and regularly collaborate at an international level to ensure we are at the foremost of the latest research.
Please click here to submit your application online. You will be taken to the APM Career Portal. For a confidential discussion, please contact Jemma on 0427 107 195.