The Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) is seeking a Project Officer for the College of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Practices (CATSIHP). The successful applicant must identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and possess strong administrative and project management skills, with interest or relevant experience in the fields of Counselling, Psychotherapy and Indigenous Healing Practices.
The role is best suited towards an organised and enthusiastic individual who is experienced in building and managing stakeholder relationships. Reporting directly to the Head of Practice, this position will work with the CATSIHP Leadership Group and Membership Manager to assist with CATSIHP’s workforce development plan. This includes advocating for CATSIHP on multiple levels and implementing a membership framework aligning with the Training Standards while supporting the needs of communities for counselling, psychotherapy and Indigenous Healing Practices.
It is preferable that the appointee has a relevant qualification in Aboriginal health, education, social work, counselling, psychotherapy, or a related area. In a small, supportive organisation with a thirst for continuous improvement, this is a hands-on 12-month contract role with the possibility of extension. The position is for 3 days a week and can be performed alongside other work as a clinician, in academia, or similar. Remote and/or flexible working arrangements will be considered for the right candidate. Please direct all enquiries to Bianca at [email protected].
If you are interested in the role, please see the advertisement on Seek and position description below and apply by 29 April 2023.
CATSIHP Project Officer Position Description