- Job posted on: 23rd Feb 2021
- Applications close:
We are looking to expand our Wellbeing team and welcome a new Wellbeing Support Practitioner.
Being Found is contracted to provide an in-house wellbeing service for our client who is a tertiary education provider. Based at our client’s Sydney campus in Surry Hills, the Wellbeing Program aims to offer support for students as they undertake their studies. This is a fledgling service that is streamlining student support into a more structured and coherent program.
The Wellbeing Support Practitioner role provides general wellbeing support through case management, one-to-one student sessions and connection and communication with staff. We are looking for a psychotherapist, case manager, counsellor, psychologist or similar, who works in alignment with Being Found’s approach.
This role requires an energetic self-starter comfortable with working with great deal of independence. With experience within the tertiary sector, in particular with international students, you will be highly skilled in building rapport, engaging students and generating session bookings.
Student sessions are held both face-to-face and online and focus on supporting students with aspects impacting their studies and their wellbeing. Knowledge of referral pathways for local and international students is vital. The role will also focus on building connections within the college and raising the profile of the service.
This role has the potential to grow, both in hours and scope as student demand for the program increases.
Hours: 10 hours per week on Mondays and Tuesdays.
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