Job Details
  • Reference394312A_1655797020
  • LocationAdelaide
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Posted14 days ago
  • ConsultantChandler Macleod

Chandler Macleod are seeking an experienced ASO6 Psychological Service's Consultant,

This position is conveniently located in the CBD,

Summary of Role

  • Provide specialist expertise, knowledge and high-quality analysis and advice that contributes to the development and implementation of Employee Wellbeing and Psychology Programs
  • Manage significant projects and programs within the team to ensure they are delivered in scope and on time.
  • Work extensively with internal and external stakeholders to influence, guide and ensure an understanding of the scope and objectives of the projects being undertaken, including negotiating and responding to critical and complex issues, budgeting, procurement, report writing to achieve collaboration.
  • Prepare accurate and timely briefs, policy documents and submissions on significant issues to senior executive and management.
  • Conduct research in best practice and contemporary Employee Wellbeing and Mental Health strategies and programs and prepare reports on findings.
  • Provide support and input into WHS Directorate programs as required
  • Build and maintain effective collaborations and a network of strategic alliances with key stakeholders across the organisation and government.
  • Capacity to manage sensitive, confidential, and sometimes distressing content that may be encountered in the administration role due to the core nature of the Employee Psychological Services team duties intersecting with the administrative coordination duties.
  • An interest in, and an interest in developing skills in, wellbeing for employees
  • Help to maintain a safe and healthy working environment by proactively reporting incidents, hazards and injuries.

    Required skill sets:
  • Project management: Extensive experience in delivering high‐level end to end strategic projects and policy development at the system level, using contemporary project management approaches, including determining requirements, initiating, planning and conducting high level research, undertaking analysis of complex issues and providing expert advice to executives.
  • High level written and verbal communication: Strong communication and interpersonal skills both written and verbal, including the capacity to convey complex information in a clear, succinct manner while successfully consulting, negotiating, and influencing all stakeholders in a positive manner that fosters collaboration and the delivery of high-quality outcomes.
  • Autonomy and analysis: Demonstrated ability to work under broad direction, either independently or as a member of a team, and to use analytical skills to identify, evaluate and address problems, to plan, implement, evaluate, and manage tasks, projects and research, and to analyse, integrate and report on a range of data and information from a variety of sources, with due regard to policy and political imperatives of the subject matter.
  • Policy interpretation and provision of advice: Demonstrated ability to interpret and provide high level advice on organisational policy and relevant legislation & guidelines, and in providing advice and support services to a range of stakeholders in relation to complex organisational changes, evaluations, and risks.
  • Commitment to safe and inclusive work practices: Demonstrate knowledge and commitment to promoting and creating a safe and inclusive work environment, and the legislative requirements of Equal Opportunity and Work Health and Safety legislation.
  • Task management: Manage complex and competing priorities and develop effective resolutions both individually and through working with others

    Desirable skill sets:

    Experience in the provision of Employee Wellbeing and Psychology Services

    Checks Required - WWCC ( Working with Children's Check's )