As the Coronial Counsellor you will provide support the families of persons whose deaths have been reported to the Queensland Coroner, through the provision of information and support about Coronial Processes and through grief, loss and bereavement support, crisis intervention and short-term counselling services as appropriate.
What we are looking for:
- High level of clinical knowledge and expertise in the areas of contemporary grief, loss and bereavement, trauma and crisis intervention.
- Proven ability to manage, prioritise and triage a complex caseload with minimal direct supervision
- Proven high-level skills in the provision of crisis intervention support.
- Proven leadership and training abilities in relevant clinical theory and practice to support colleagues and other relevant professionals.
- Ability to communicate and liaise effectively with professional and senior stakeholders
- Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills in working with distressed clients from a range of diverse socio economic and cultural backgrounds at times of crisis.
How to apply:
Please provide the following information to the panel to assess your suitability:
- Your resume, including the names and contact details of two referees who have a thorough knowledge of your capabilities, work performance and conduct within the previous two years, and it is preferable to include your current, immediate or past supervisor.
- A short statement (maximum two pages) that gives details of your skills, experience and knowledge as required on the role description under the heading‘key competencies (role specific criteria)’.
What is on offer:
- Up to 12.75% employer superannuation contribution
- Annual leave loading 17.5%
- Salary packaging
- Work/life balance, variety and flexibility
- Employee Assistance Program