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Principal Consultant Psychologist

  • 499564
  • Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • Full Time

Part of the APM Group, Communicorp is a specialist provider of corporate psychology and professional development services. We specialise in developing positive workplace mental health initiatives that are aimed at the prevention of psychological injury in the workplace. We also delivery a range of secondary interventions focused on promoting positive mental health and the early identification and intervention of mental ill-health. We have a reputation for excellence and a focus on practicality.

The Role:

This is a permanent, full time opportunity that can be based in our Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney or Brisbane office.   

Broadly, our Principal Consultant Psychologists are workplace mental health experts who consult on a broad range of psychological health and safety matters. To achieve this, they apply their knowledge and expertise in workplace mental health to the delivery of practical, evidence-based assessment and interventions, such as focus groups, training delivery, strategic organisational analyses and other consulting services, to deliver services onsite at the client’s premises and virtually. The role is varied, engaging, and high tempo.

Be rewarded for your success:

At APM, our purpose is to “Enable Better Lives” not only for our customers and clients but our own people. We invest in our people through ongoing professional development, a wide range of benefits, and we have a great culture!

Our services strategically and proactively enhance people’s wellbeing, mental health and performance, thus creating better work environments for people across Australia. Performance is part of our culture as is flexible working and variety. Joining an international human services organisation that has a growth mindset, you will have access to the following plus much more:

  • EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
  • Salary packaging
  • Attractive leave entitlements
  • Laptop and phone
  • And the knowledge that your work genuinely makes a difference

A stable and growing employer:

Our team have consistently provided high quality client outcomes. More recently, our industry and business has been in high demand and we have been solving complex issues and creating solutions for productive, healthy and sustainable workplaces. Our team members are recognised as experts in their field and the collaboration within the team is one of the highlights of our team culture.

We support and encourage growth, providing our teams with new opportunities and exciting projects. We offer a supportive, flexible environment and working conditions that encourages employees to expand their skills and capabilities with a range of opportunities for personal and professional development. As a part of the Global APM group, we believe this role has enormous growth and career progression potential for the right candidate.

The ideal candidate:

We are seeking a highly capable industry professional with demonstrated expertise. You will have a history of operating efficiently at both a strategic and tactical level to ensure organisational goals are achieved. 

  • AHPRA Registered Psychologist (two-year Master's degree / PhD in Psychology highly preferable)
  • Completion of a board approved area of practice endorsement is preferable (e.g. Organisational OR Educational and Developmental OR Clinical Psychologist)
  • Potential to become, or current board approved supervisor (preferable)
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience with a focus on workplace mental health (i.e. developing workplace mental health strategies / training delivery)
  • A deep understanding how psychology relates to people at work to achieve organisational outcomes
  • Excellent research skills, ability to understand how scientific data relates to practice and how it effects organisations
  • Ability to integrate data findings into workplace interventions (i.e. strategic planning and assessments)
  • Strong mental health literacy, ability to articulate a range of workplace mental health topics in an accessible manner
  • Confidence and credibility when presenting / communicating workplace strategies and solutions to an audience, also while communicating the value of organisational psychology interventions to external stakeholders
  • Ability to take initiative, work autonomously with good planning, time management and organisational skills
  • Flexibility, mental agility, and resilience
  • Ability to navigate digital platforms, understanding of, and efficient use of MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel

Next steps:

Please submit your application online. For a confidential discussion and to request a copy of the Position Description, please contact Jemma on 0427 107 195.

 

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