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Psychologists or Social Workers 
  • Employee support counselling
  • Located any state capital or remotely
  • Delivery via digital channels - inc live chat and telephone

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have some fantastic new employee opportunities to join our digital clinical team,  providing employee wellbeing services including telephone, video, and online counselling. You could be based within our offices in any State capital or remotely from home.

Ideal candidates will be passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' experience
  • have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid
  • have excellent time management skills
  • have the ability to work autonomously
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work full time hours as an employee although a variety of hours are on offer

 

Highly desirable

  • have experience supporting individuals via digital modalities

 

What's in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer for staff/employee hires; including working from home, service anniversary leave, professional development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you will be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.
  
Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Customer Relationship Manager, ACT
  • Canberra, ACT

Benestar Group is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector and have provided services for more than 30 years. 

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar Growth as we embark on an exciting new chapter.   This is a customer facing relationship management role working with a diverse range of high profile customers in both the public and private sector  The role will be primarily relationship management of existing customers, however critical to success is knowledge of psychological first aid to some extent, whether that be from working within the industry, being passionate about the industry or perhaps as a future Benestar Clinician.

What we need

To be considered for appointment to this role you will need to demonstrate fantastic relationship management skills with an inclination to developing new business as well as nurturing existing relationships to maximise potential. You will also need to have a minimum of 3 years business experience in an environment focused on external customer management and the delivery of customer services across multiple industry sectors.  A strong interest or background in clinical practice is also relevant to this type of role.   Specific responsibilities include:

  • Relationship management of a range of customers with primary contact located in  ACT;
  • Oversight of the implementation of customer focussed initiatives and new services through strong customer communication and liaison with internal stakeholders such as marketing teams, finance, billings team and clinical peers;
  • Optimise customer opportunities by introducing new services and canvassing feedback on service improvements that can be applied;
  • Review data capture relating to customer invoicing and collaborate to assist with improvements to customer reporting and customer invoicing;
  • Ensure adherence to privacy, service level agreement s and industry regulatory obligations;
  • Participate in customer feedback forums on the design and delivery of new services and protocols;
  • Bringing solution focussed ideas to the customers and to Benestar to innovate, go above and beyond customer expectations;
  • Being highly responsive to complaints or investigations that may arise, providing timely and specific feedback as well as managing expectations with your customers and suggesting ways of mitigating risks to service delivery objectives.

What we’re looking for: 

  • Around three years’ or more experience of working in customer account management in some capacity.
  • Excellent communication skills with a flair for building and sustaining meaningful relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Highly collaborative, team oriented and supportive of peers and other functional areas when achieving business outcomes.
  • Presentation skills suitable for small and large group forums.
  • Comfortable collaborating with a diverse range of stakeholders, influencing at all levels, including senior leaders, to achieve timely business outcomes and manage expectations to meet business deadlines.

What's in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.
 
A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer including service anniversary leave, training and development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you’ll be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.   

*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Please apply quickly with a cover letter and resume highlighting your relevant experience and interest in this role.  An immediate start is on offer for the successful candidate.

For other advertised roles and to find out more please visit:
http://www.benestar.com/careers.aspx  to network and be part of a skilled and committed national team of professionals, or https://www.linkedin.com/company/benestar-group/ #benestarcareers

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms

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Psychologists (Trauma and Employee Support Counselling)
  • Located Newcastle, Maitland or Gosford
  • Diverse and varied work
  • Contracting opportunities

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand (formerly we were Davidson Trahaire Corpsych) we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have fantastic new flexible contracting opportunities to work as a Trauma Clinician in a role that will combine counselling support, some onsite support and critical incident support. You will also facilitate other organisational interventions from time to time. Typically this would be at least 2 days per week and potentially some on call work if required. 
  
Ideal candidates will be experienced Psychologists o who are passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.    
 
Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' practicing experience in critical incident or trauma
  • have demonstrated skills in short term interventions and psychological first aid
  • are experienced in supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents 
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have excellent  time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work at least 4 days per week, preferably 5
  • are willing to be available for after hours on call 

As a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

 

What’s in it for you?

  • Training and accreditation in our clinical service models
  • varied work and diverse client groups
  • continually expanding and developing new skills and experience, 
  • working closely with a fantastic team of peers

   
*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Psychologists or Social Workers – National roles
  • Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, Adelaide, Canberra, Perth and Newcastle
  • Trauma, assessment and Employee Counselling

Benestar formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych) is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have some excellent opportunities to join our team either based out of Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Newcastle and surrounding regions. 

These are exciting new opportunities providing employee wellbeing services including face to face and telephone counselling, coaching, and delivery of a broad range of programs including assessment and training delivery from time to time if your skills and interests align.  
  
Ideal candidates will be passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.    
 
Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' experience
  • have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid
  • have experience supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents (highly desirable)
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have delivered group training and interested in a variety of work
  • have excellent  time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work full time hours as an employee although a variety of hours are on offer

 

Highly desirable

  • Previous experience working with selection for public safety roles  (e.g., detention/corrections, Defence personnel, police, emergency services, etc.) or fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) workers
  • Masters level qualifications in Organisational Psychology and/or Counselling or Clinical Psychology

 

What's in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer for staff/employee hires; including service anniversary leave, professional development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you will be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.

To work as a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.
  
BENESTAR is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero-tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Psychologists or Social Workers 
  • Perth CBD 
  • Trauma, Employee Support Counselling, Assessment

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have some excellent opportunities to join our WA team based in Perth CBD.   These are exciting new opportunities providing employee wellbeing services including face to face and telephone counselling, coaching, and delivery of a broad range of programs including assessment and training delivery from time to time if your skills and interests align.  
  
Ideal candidates will be passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.    
 
Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' experience
  • have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid
  • have experience supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents (highly desirable)
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have delivered group training and interested in a variety of work
  • have excellent time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work full time hours as an employee although a variety of hours are on offer

 

Highly desirable

  • Previous experience working with selection for public safety roles  (e.g., detention/corrections, Defence personnel, police, emergency services, etc.) or fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) workers
  • Masters level qualifications in Organisational Psychology and/or Counselling or Clinical Psychology

 

What's in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer for staff/employee hires; including service anniversary leave, professional development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you will be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.

To work as a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Psychologists or Social Workers 
  • Trauma, Employee Support Counselling, Assessment
  • Adelaide, SA 

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have some excellent opportunities to join our WA team based in Perth CBD.   These are exciting new opportunities providing employee wellbeing services including face to face and telephone counselling, coaching, and delivery of a broad range of programs including assessment and training delivery from time to time if your skills and interests align.  

Ideal candidates will be passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' experience
  • have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid
  • have experience supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents (highly desirable)
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have delivered group training and interested in a variety of work
  • have excellent time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work full time hours as an employee although a variety of hours are on offer

 

Highly desirable

  • Previous experience working with selection for public safety roles  (e.g., detention/corrections, Defence personnel, police, emergency services, etc.) or fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) workers
  • Masters level qualifications in Organisational Psychology and/or Counselling or Clinical Psychology

 

What's in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer for staff/employee hires; including service anniversary leave, professional development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you will be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.

To work as a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Customer Relationship Manager 
  • Market Street, Sydney
  • Leading provider of employee support and wellbeing services
  • Will suit Clinician with interest in customer relationship management or experienced customer consultant with obvious passion and interest in psychological support and the well being of others.

Benestar Group is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector and have provided services for more than 30 years.

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar Growth as we embark on an exciting new chapter.   This is a customer facing relationship management role working with a diverse range of high profile customers in both the public and private sector  The role will be primarily relationship management of existing customers, however critical to success is knowledge of psychological first aid to some extent, whether that be from working within the industry, being passionate about the industry or perhaps as a future Benestar Clinician.

 

What we need

To be considered for appointment to this role you will need to demonstrate fantastic relationship management skills with an inclination to developing new business as well as nurturing existing relationships to maximise potential. You will also need to have a minimum of 3 years business experience in an environment focused on external customer management and the delivery of customer services across multiple industry sectors.  A strong interest or background in clinical practice is also relevant to this type of role. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Relationship management of a range of customers with primary contact located in NSW;
  • Oversight of the implementation of customer focussed initiatives and new services through strong customer communication and liaison with internal stakeholders such as marketing teams, finance, billings team and clinical peers;
  • Optimise customer opportunities by introducing new services and canvassing feedback on service improvements that can be applied; 
  • Review data capture relating to customer invoicing and collaborate to assist with improvements to customer reporting and customer invoicing;
  • Ensure adherence to privacy, service level agreement s and industry regulatory obligations;
  • Participate in customer feedback forums on the design and delivery of new services and protocols;
  • Bringing solution focussed ideas to the customers and to Benestar to innovate, go above and beyond customer expectations;
  • Being highly responsive to complaints or investigations that may arise, providing timely and specific feedback as well as managing expectations with your customers and suggesting ways of mitigating risks to service delivery objectives

 

What we’re looking for: 

  • Around three years’ or more experience of working in customer account management in some capacity.
  • Excellent communication skills with a flair for building and sustaining meaningful relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Highly collaborative, team oriented and supportive of peers and other functional areas when achieving business outcomes.
  • Presentation skills suitable for small and large group forums.
  • Comfortable collaborating with a diverse range of stakeholders, influencing at all levels, including senior leaders, to achieve timely business outcomes and manage expectations to meet business deadlines.

What's in it for you?

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer including service anniversary leave, training and development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you’ll be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.   

*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Please apply quickly with a cover letter and resume highlighting your relevant experience and interest in this role.  An immediate start is on offer for the successful candidate.

For other advertised roles and to find out more please visit:http://www.benestar.com/careers.aspx  to network and be part of a skilled and committed national team of professionals, or https://www.linkedin.com/company/benestar-group/ #benestarcareers

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero-tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Senior Management Accountant
  • Market St, Sydney
  • 6-month contract with possible extension

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector and have a 30 years’ of expertise in this sector.  Formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych, we are a subsidiary of Covermore and Zurich Australia. 

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar as we embark on an exciting new chapter.  In this newly created role you’ll work as one of a small dedicated team to provide financial accounting, reporting, budgeting and reporting expertise.  This is a six-month contract role to provide additional operational financial support to the business as we implement a range business wide transformational changes.

 

What we need:

To be successful in this role, you will be an experienced Management Accountant who has worked within a complex, most likely larger organisation.   In particular, you will demonstrate the following:

 

Essential:

  • At least 5 years’ experience in a similar role within a highly customer focussed complex organisation.
  • Good understanding of management accounting and preparation of monthly results, deep regulatory and compliance knowledge as well as an understanding of fixed asset systems.
  • Highly skilled in financial forecasting, reporting, budgeting and strong skills in presentation of results, leveraging advanced skills in Excel.
  • Exposure to the Billing function is advantageous.
  • Comfortable collaborating and building strong relationships with a diverse range of business stakeholders, influencing at all levels, to inform business decision making and meet reporting deadlines.
  • Excellent verbal communicator with a flair for building and sustaining meaningful relationships with team members both within the immediate team and across the wider business.
  • Highly collaborative, team oriented and supportive of peers and other functional areas when achieving business outcomes.
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications (qualified Accountant or final year of relevant studies).

 

What's in it for you? 

You will work with a stable, dedicated and results focussed team and an incredible team of peers who are truly committed to team and business outcomes.   More importantly you’ll be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.  

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero-tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Psychologists or Social Workers – Sydney
  • Sydney CBD

Benestar (a subsidiary of Zurich Financial Group) is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector. We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand (formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych) we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have newly created opportunities to work from our fantastic offices in Sydney Market and Castlereagh Street. Ideal candidates will be experienced Clinicians who are passionate about providing face to face counselling and telephone support and continuing the journey to be the best health professional they can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.

We would love to talk to you if you:

  • are an experienced and registered psychologist with at least five years' experience,
  • an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker with the equivalent of 5 years’ plus industry experience in a similar type of role;
  • have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid;
  • have excellent  time management skills;
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services;
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives; and,
  • as a contractor you must possess or willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

 

What’s in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

Please apply quickly with a cover letter and resume.  Applications will be reviewed as they are received.  *To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

For questions or general enquiries about the role you can contact Julie Gray, Workforce Optimisation Manager jgray@benestar.com.  www.linkedin.com/in/juliegrayBenestartalent

For other advertised roles and to find out more please visit:
http://www.benestar.com/careers.aspx  to network and be part of a skilled and committed national team of professionals.

BENESTAR is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero-tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Psychologists or Social Workers – ACT 
  • Can be located in Tuggeranong, Belconnen or Civic
  • Unique blended role to suit your strengths and preferences 
  • Employment terms to suit your preferences (contracting, staff/employee, affiliate partner) 

Benestar (a subsidiary of Zurich Financial Group) is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector. We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand (formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych) we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have newly created opportunities to work from our fantastic offices in Canberra as well as on site with our customers.   You’ll be providing face to face counselling and telephone support and potentially assessment, mediation and training delivery where your skills and experience are aligned.    We are open to both part time and   full time Clinicians as employees or contractors, and also open to Clinicians working from their own private practice who may be open to expressing interest as a Benestar affiliate partner.   Ideal candidates will be experienced Clinicians who are passionate about continuing the journey to be the best health professional you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.

 

We would love to talk to you if you:

  • are an experienced and registered psychologist with at least five years' experience,
  • an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker with the equivalent of 5 years’ plus industry experience in a similar type of role;
  • have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid;
  • have experience supporting individuals, teams, and organisations following critical incidents (highly desirable);
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing;
  • have excellent  time management skills;
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services;
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives; and,
  • may be available to do on call and critical incident response work.
  • as a contractor you must possess or willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

 

What’s in it for you? 

These are unique opportunities to work with our extensive high profile national and international organisations across the public and private sector, all whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer for staff/employee hires;  including service anniversary leave, professional development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you will be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.

Please apply quickly with a cover letter and resume.  Applications will be reviewed as they are received.  

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

For questions or general enquiries about the role you can contact Julie Gray, Workforce Optimisation Manager jgray@benestar.com.  www.linkedin.com/in/juliegrayBenestartalent

For other advertised roles and to find out more please visit:
http://www.benestar.com/careers.aspx  to network and be part of a skilled and committed national team of professionals.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero-tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Senior Consultant – Organisational Advisory Services 
  • Located Sydney CBD

Benestar (a subsidiary of Zurich Financial Group) is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector. We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand (formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych) we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia. 

We have a fantastic new opportunity to join our team of experts.  As a Senior Consultant within the Organisational Advisory service line, you will be part of boutique national team delivering organisational and "manager" advisory and change services to the employees of top tier national and international organisations across both the public and private sector.  This is senior consulting role, where no day is the same leveraging both your clinical psychology and organisational psychology skills.  You'll work with incredible peers and a broader team of specialist contractors to deliver a varied range of existing programs of work.  

The Position: 

We are seeking an experienced consultant to work with the team and continue to grow the division. The role within OAS involves:

  • Service delivery
  • Customer management
  • New product development
  • Internal collaboration with Clinical and Account Managers
  • Project management
  • Scoping new opportunities and writing proposals

 

Primarily, the OAS team exists to work closely with organisations, coaching and supporting their leaders to manage risks and build safer, healthier workplaces. Responsibilities include:

  • Telephone and face to face coaching and support for senior managers
  • Leading major customer projects, including scoping, implementation, delivery, ongoing management and reporting
  • Management and delivery of prevention and case management programs such as psychological well-checks, supervision, workplace support referrals and mediation.
  • Group facilitation and workshop presentation
  • Management of Benestar projects such as White Ribbon Accreditation
  • New product development
  • Opportunities to work collaboratively with other teams in areas of training, assessment and coaching

 

What we need: 

To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate a strong understanding of sound clinical practice and its application within larger organisations.  You’ll be an engaging and inspiring consultant and facilitator who is excited by refreshing, redesigning and tailoring our existing programs to specific customer needs and in line with future brand direction and strategy. You will have experience and knowledge in workshop facilitation, mediation and consulting and be passionate about mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. The successful applicant will also be adaptable, proactive, engaging, resilient, and completely comfortable dealing with all levels of a workforce (from workers to executives). In particular you will demonstrate:

  • Being an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker with the equivalent of 5 years’ plus industry experience in a similar type of role;
  • Strong experience in business advisory/consulting, group facilitation and organisational psychology;
  • Sound clinical experience and knowledge of mental health issues, including depression and anxiety;
  • Strong theoretical and practical understanding of people’s behaviour within an organisational context (for example resilience; fatigue; conflict; leadership, domestic and family violence, diversity, difficult conversations, performance management and assisting leaders to navigate through challenging organisational situations);
  • Experience working effectively with teams and managers in a consulting capacity.
  • Able to effectively manage internal and external stakeholders’ expectations.
  • Driven to meet deadlines and achieve agreed key performance measure;
  • Outstanding academic credentials in line with your professional track record;
  • Experience writing tenders, proposals, and sales presentations will be well regarded.

 

What's in it for you? 

This is a unique opportunity to work existing large corporate customers and their employees to embed a unique range of pre-designed programs with the investment and support to take this high growth business area in to the next chapter. All whilst working with an incredible team of peers who are dedicated to the psychological well-being of others.

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer including service anniversary leave, professional development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you will be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.  

Please apply quickly with a cover letter and resume. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.  

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

For other advertised roles and to find out more please visit: http://www.benestar.com/careers.aspx  to network and be part of a skilled and committed national team of professionals.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero-tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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National Service Delivery Manager – “MyCoach”/EAP
  • Located any state capital office

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar (formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych and a subsidiary of the Zurich Australia) as we embark on an exciting new chapter on having recently launched our new name and brand and range of service lines.  As such, this new national leadership role has been created to lead what was previously referred to as employee assistance counselling, renamed “MyCoach” and to provide clinical and service delivery leadership, drive excellence in service delivery and continuous improvement.

We would love to talk to you, if you: 

  • Are an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker.
  • Have a strong, demonstrated track record leading medium sized team, ideally of both employees and contractors or partners.
  • Have sound commercial leadership and business leadership skills and enjoy nurturing a strong culture of excellence.
  • Lead from the front on change initiatives; are supportive of technical advancements and bring ideas to the leadership team around innovation and alternate ways of thinking.
  • Are committed to coaching and supporting your teams and the wider business in meeting productivity and billable targets and providing high quality services in line with service level agreements.
  • Have demonstrated your ability to influence stakeholders at multiple levels and work collaboratively to achieve positive outcomes.
  • Experience in the employee support industry is highly desirable.

What’s in it for you?

  • Work with highest profile organisations in both public and private sector in a diverse and varied role where no day is the same.
  • An opportunity to raise the service delivery bar in our highest profile service delivery area, innovate and drive continuous improvement. 
  • Be rewarded by working with an incredible team of passionate, highly capable Clinicians who will contribute to and foster your professional development daily.
  • Be part of a dedicated national clinical and business leadership team.
  • Access a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary and purchased leave options, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.  

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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National Service Delivery Manager – Critical Incidents
  • Located any state capital office

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar (formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych and a subsidiary of the Zurich Australia) as we embark on an exciting new chapter having recently launched our new name and brand and range of service lines.  As such, this new national leadership role has been created to lead national critical incident service delivery excellence and continuous improvement, including oversight of onsite critical incident response and on call service delivery.

We would love to talk to you, if you: 

  • Are an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker.
  • Have a strong, demonstrated track record of leading a medium sized team (this role will have10 direct reports) including full clinical and operational leadership accountability.
  • Have sound commercial leadership and business leadership skills and enjoy nurturing a strong culture of excellence. 
  • Lead from the front on change initiatives; are supportive of technical advancements and bring ideas to the leadership team around innovation and alternate ways of thinking.
  • Are committed to coaching and supporting your teams and the wider business in meeting productivity and billable targets and providing high quality services in line with service level agreements.
  • Have demonstrated your ability to influence stakeholders at multiple levels and work collaboratively to achieve positive outcomes.
  • Are available outside of day time working hours at times due to on call requirements and possible weekend work, reflective of the 24/7 service delivery requirements of our customers – the role is typically a Monday to Friday working week but some flexibility is required.

What’s in it for you?

  • Work with highest profile organisations in both public and private sector in a diverse and varied role where no day is the same.
  • An opportunity to raise the service delivery bar in our highest profile service delivery area, innovate and drive continuous improvement. 
  • Be rewarded by working with an incredible team of passionate, highly capable Clinicians who will contribute to and foster your professional development daily.
  • Be part of a dedicated national clinical and business leadership team.
  • Access a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary and purchased leave options, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.  

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Clinical Manager – Newcastle/Hunter 
  • Located Newcastle and/or Maitland

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar as we embark on an exciting new chapter.  Reporting to the National Manager Service Delivery, in this role you’ll lead a small team of incredible Clinicians to deliver employee support services, critical incident response and resourcing covering an area from Central Coast to Northern NSW.

We would love to talk to you, if you: 

  • Are an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker.
  • Have a strong, demonstrated track record leading a clinical team including full clinical and operational leadership accountability.
  • Are experienced in providing short term interventions across a range of presenting issues.
  • Are experienced in supporting individuals, teams, and organisations following critical incidents.
  • Possess high level organisational, prioritisation and time management skills.
  • Demonstrate flexibility and a positive, solution focused approach.
  • Are committed to coaching and supporting your teams and the wider business in meeting targets and providing high quality services in line with service level agreements.
  • Have a demonstrated ability to influence stakeholders at multiple levels and collaboratively problem solve to achieve positive outcomes.
  • Experience in the  employee support industry is highly desirable.

What’s in it for you?

  • Work with high profile organisations across industries.
  • Accreditation and training in our unique programs of work including – workforce wellness, incident management and individual well being.
  • Opportunity to lead and continue to grow an expert team with amazing experience and clinical credentials.
  • Be part of a dedicated national clinical management team.
  • Ongoing professional development and supervision.
  • Access a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.  Closing date for internal applications is cob Monday 9th April. 

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Trauma Clinicians (Psychologists and Social Workers)
  • Sydney CBD

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

What we need:

We have a fantastic new opportunity to work from our Sydney CBD offices as a Trauma Clinician. You will also deliver some employee assistance support and other organisational interventions from time to time. As a full or part time employee you’ll be provided with opportunities to cross skill to our related services where required such as group work, training, assessment and other areas of interest. 

Ideal candidates will be experienced Psychologists or Social Workers who are passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.    

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' practicing experience in critical incident or trauma
  • have demonstrated skills in short term interventions and psychological first aid
  • are experienced in supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents 
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have excellent  time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work at least 4 days per week, preferably 5
  • are willing to be available for after hours on call 

As a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

What’s in it for you?

  • Training and accreditation in our clinical service models
  • ongoing professional development and supervision
  • varied work and diverse client groups
  • continually expanding and developing new skills and experience, 
  • working closely with a fantastic team of peers, supervision provided and options to grow additional skills in the medium term across Benestar’s s evolving service lines
  • for our permanent employees a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more

*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Clinical Manager – Digital Service Delivery Channels
  • 12 month parental leave contract
  • Located Sydney Market Street

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

This is a pivotal time of transformation and growth for Benestar as we embark on an exciting new chapter.  Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, in this role you’ll lead a team of incredible Clinicians to deliver digital employee support services.

We would love to talk to you, if you: 

  • Are an AHPRA registered Psychologist or AASW member Social Worker.
  • Have a strong, demonstrated track record leading a clinical team including full clinical and operational leadership accountability.
  • Are experienced in providing short term interventions across a range of presenting issues.
  • Are experienced in providing and or management of a clinical team who provide interventions via telephonic, online, and video modalities.
  • Possess high level organisational, prioritisation and time management skills.
  • Demonstrate flexibility and a positive, solution focused approach.
  • Are committed to coaching and supporting your teams and the wider business in meeting targets and providing high quality services in line with service level agreements.
  • Have a demonstrated ability to influence stakeholders at multiple levels and collaboratively problem solve to achieve positive outcomes.
  • Have experience in recruitment and growing a team.
  • Can think strategically about the growing needs of the population and the expansion of delivering digital services within the business.
  • Experience in the employee support industry is highly desirable.

What’s in it for you?

  • Work with high profile organisations across industries.
  • Accreditation and training in our unique programs of work including – workforce wellness, incident management and individual wellbeing.
  • Opportunity to lead and continue to grow an expert team with amazing experience and clinical credentials.
  • Be part of a dedicated national clinical management team and a member of the Operations Management Committee.
  • Ongoing professional development and supervision.
  • Access a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received.  Closing date for internal applications is 30 April 2017. 

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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EAP Essentials Customer Support Co-ordintator
  • Market Street, Sydney

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced administrator to join our Employee Essentials team, working in a fast paced, professional environment.  The role works with our small to medium sized customer base (Employee Essentials) and will be utilising your exceptional customer management and administration skills.

This role is specifically responsible for:

  • Coordinating materials and activities which educate our SME customers about our services
  • Drafting and proofing high volumes of data reports
  • Checking and querying bi-monthly invoice spreadsheets
  • Developing and nurturing internal and external relationships
  • Administration support for proposals and regular customer documents
  • Maintaining our customer database and a range of related, ongoing customer documentation (renewals, contracts, expiry notices, reports)

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • Have a real passion for helping people and employee wellbeing
  • Have exceptional attention to detail
  • Can work effectively without close direction and coaching, are self-motivated, decisive and use initiative
  • Are well organised and can manage multiple deadlines, maintaining detail under pressure
  • Can analyse and interpret data trends
  • Have excellent IT skills including MS Office, particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Have well developed communication skills and can work with both internal and external stakeholders
  • Have a flexible nature and work well in a team
  • Can align day-to-day activities with organisational strategy
  • Have a positive, reliable and confidential approach to your work and most importantly, open to learning!  

 

What’s in it for you?

A fantastic range of employee benefits are on offer including service anniversary leave, training and development support, service recognition, employee wellness benefits, paid parental leave, birthday gifts, purchase of additional annual leave, discounted health and free travel insurance and many more. More importantly you’ll be contributing to the delivery of mental health and related services in a sector which has a critical impact on the health, wellbeing and welfare of others.   

*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Expressions of Interest - Psychologists/Social Workers, Clinical Leaders

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.  (Benestar has recently rebranded and was formerly known as Davidson Trahaire Corpsych).

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

What we need:

We are looking for Expressions of Interest from experienced Clinicians to join our incredible team a so we know where to find you for immediate options or future roles. 

We would love to hear from you if you meet these three things:

  • You are an experienced and registered psychologists or social worker with at least five years' practicing experience,
  • You are experienced in supporting individuals and teams
  • Hold current AHPRA membership or are an AASW member

Current opportunities can be reviewed at https://benestar.com/careers

Immediate openings as follows:

  • Trauma Clinicians - Sydney CBD, Melbourne CBD
  • EAP/Hybrid Clinicians (delivering all services) - Canberra, Geelong, Sydney CBD
  • Clinical Leaders/Managers - Sydney NSW

What’s in it for you?

  • Training and accreditation in relevant service delivery approach
  • Ongoing professional devleopment and supervision,
  • Varied work and diverse client groups,
  • Continually expanding and developing new skills and experience,  
  • Working closely with a fantastic team of peers, supervision provided and options to grow additional skills in the medium term across Benestar's evolving service lines,
  • For our permanent employees a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more. 

*please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

For questions or general enquiries about ongoing opportunities at Benestar Group, please connect with Julie Gray, Talent Acquisition & Clinical Networks Manager.  www.linkedin.com/in/juliegraybenestartalent

For other advertised roles and to find out more please visit:
https://benestar.com/careers  to network and be part of a skilled and committed national team of professionals.

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Clinicians (Psychologist/Social Workers) 
  • Geelong, VIC
  • Unique blended clinical role, EAP counselling, Trauma
  • Contracting opportunities (possible staff/employee positions also available)

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

What we need:

We have some excellent opportunities to join our VIC team in Geelong. These are exciting new opportunities providing employee wellbeing services including face to face and telephone counselling, coaching, and delivery of a broad range of programs

Ideal candidates will be passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.    

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • Are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' experience
  • Have demonstrated skills in short term counselling and psychological first aid
  • Have experience supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents (highly desirable)
  • Are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • Have delivered group training and interested in a variety of work
  • Have excellent  time management skills
  • Have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • Are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • Can be available to work full time hours as an employee although a variety of hours are on offer

To work as a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

Please apply quickly as applications will be reviewed as they are received. 

*To be eligible to apply you must hold existing Australian work rights.

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Clinicians (Psychologists and Social Workers)
  • Canberra, ACT

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have a fantastic new opportunity to work from our Canberra CBD offices as a Clinician working across employee assistance, on site services and trauma. You will also deliver other organisational interventions from time to time. As a full or part time employee you’ll be provided with opportunities to cross skill to our related services where required such as group work, training, assessment and other areas of interest. 

Ideal candidates will be experienced Psychologists or Social Workers who are passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' practicing experience in critical incident or trauma
  • have demonstrated skills in short term interventions and psychological first aid
  • are experienced in supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents 
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have excellent  time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work at least 4 days per week, preferably 5

As a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

 

What’s in it for you?

  • training and accreditation in our clinical service models
  • ongoing professional development and supervision
  • varied work and diverse client groups
  • continually expanding and developing new skills and experience, 
  • working closely with a fantastic team of peers, supervision provided and options to grow additional skills in the medium term across Benestar’s s evolving service lines
  • for our permanent employees a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

 

*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Trauma Clinicians (Psychologists and Social Workers)
  • Sydney, CBD

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need:

We have a fantastic new opportunity to work from our Sydney CBD offices as a Trauma Clinician. You will also deliver some employee assistance support and other organisational interventions from time to time. As a full or part time employee you’ll be provided with opportunities to cross skill to our related services where required such as group work, training, assessment and other areas of interest. 

Ideal candidates will be experienced Psychologists or Social Workers who are passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and likeminded psychologists.

 

We’d love to talk to you if you:

  • are a registered psychologist or social worker with at least five years' practicing experience in critical incident or trauma
  • have demonstrated skills in short term interventions and psychological first aid
  • are experienced in supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents 
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have excellent  time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work at least 4 days per week, preferably 5
  • are willing to be available for after hours on call 

As a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

 

What’s in it for you?

  • training and accreditation in our clinical service models
  • ongoing professional development and supervision
  • varied work and diverse client groups
  • continually expanding and developing new skills and experience, 
  • working closely with a fantastic team of peers, supervision provided and options to grow additional skills in the medium term across Benestar’s s evolving service lines
  • for our permanent employees a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

 

*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.

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Trauma Clinicians (Psychologist/Social Worker)
  • Melbourne CBD
  • Diverse and varied work
  • Full time, part time, contracting to suit your preferences

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’ve been the industry leader for 30 years and with the exciting launch of our new Benestar brand we continue to demonstrate our innovation and leadership within the industry. We’re a proud partner with Beyond Blue and are actively involved with to White Ribbon, Pride in Diversity and Diversity Australia.

 

What we need

We have a fantastic new opportunity to work from our Melbourne CBD offices as a Trauma Clinician. You will also deliver some employee assistance support and other organisational interventions from time to time. As a full or part time employee you’ll be provided with opportunities to cross skill to our related services where required such as group work, training, assessment and other areas of interest.  

Ideal candidates will be experienced psychologists who are passionate about continuing the journey to be the best clinician you can be, working within a supportive and collaborative team.    

Being part of a leading global organisation means having the opportunity to respond to high profile, interesting and sensitive cases and truly make a difference while working with passionate and like-minded psychologists.  

 

We’d love to talk to you if you

  • are a registered psychologist at least five years' practicing experience in critical incident or trauma 
  • have demonstrated skills in short term interventions and psychological first aid
  • are experienced in supporting individuals, teams and organisations following critical incidents 
  • are proficient in conducting assessments and report writing
  • have excellent  time management skills
  • have a demonstrated ability to provide high quality services
  • are passionate about making a difference in people’s lives
  • can be available to work at least 4 days per week, preferably 5

As a contractor you must possess or be willing to obtain an A.C.N business registration (this is a requirement of our service agreement terms with contractors).

 

What’s in it for you?

  • Training and accreditation in our clinical service models
  • ongoing professional development and supervision
  • varied work and diverse client groups
  • continually expanding and developing new skills and experience, 
  • working closely with a fantastic team of peers, supervision provided and options to grow additional skills in the medium term across Benestar’s s evolving service lines
  • for our permanent employees a wide range of employee benefits including professional development support, travel insurance, wellness allowance, service anniversary leave, birthday gifts, novated lease options and many more.

 
*Please only apply if you have right to work in Australia

Benestar is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a safe work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We celebrate and embrace diversity in all its forms and have a zero tolerance policy for violence, including domestic and family violence.
 

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Clinicians (Affiliate Psychologists and Counsellors)
  • New Zealand

Benestar is the leading provider of employee health and wellbeing services across the Asia Pacific. We support more than 2.4 million employees in 2,000 organisations covering every industry sector.

We’re always on the lookout for experienced clinicians (psychologists, psychotherapists or counsellors) in New Zealand.

We’d love to hear from you if you meet the following requirements

  • A relevant tertiary qualification
  • Membership of NZAC or a registered psychologist or registered psychotherapist
  • At least six years’ counselling experience
  • Professional indemnity insurance
  • Regular professional supervision
  • Able to respond to phone calls within four hours
  • Intranet and email access
  • Ability to provide support within five working days
  • Professional style counselling rooms
  • Ability to deal with a range of presenting issues
  • Knowledge and experience of the brief therapy model and approach
  • Are a New Zealand or Australian resident with the right to work in New Zealand

 

If you’re interested in becoming a Benestar affiliate partner in New Zealand please call +64 9538 0261 or email your enquiry to enquiriesnz@benestar.com

To submit an application please complete the questionnaire and supply your resume here.

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Our Offerings

At Benestar, we are all about helping people when and where they need us with all aspects of their life - physical, mental, social and financial. After all, strong, happy and healthy people equate to a productive, engaged workforce.