Relationships Australia WA employs staff in a range of clinical fields including counselling, family dispute resolution, education, and group and community work, as well as in corporate and administrative areas.
We offer a supportive and flexible workplace in multiple metropolitan and regional locations.
Training and supervision
Relationships Australia is strongly committed to high quality internal training. We also provide opportunities for external professional development in specific areas. Clinical staff have regular individual and group supervision.
Relationships Australia offers placements to students undertaking their final clinical placements in the degrees which meet our essential qualification criteria. To find out if you are eligible please contact the Placement Coordinator for your program of study at your university.
All Relationships Australia counselling staff are required to have:
- a tertiary degree in psychology, social work or counselling
- some training and experience in counselling
- a current Police Clearance
- a current Working with Children Check
Relationships Australia WA is required to meet the State Government's mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirements including proof of your first dose vaccination by 1 December, 2021 and your full vaccination by 31 December, 2021. Evidence of your COVID-19 vaccination status is required prior to commencement.
For more information please refer to the WA Government's mandatory vaccination informaton.
Details of current positions, and how to apply, are advertised in The West Australian, community newspapers and on www.seek.com.au
A curriculum vitae with a covering letter can be sent to:
Relationships Australia WA
PO Box 1206
West Leederville WA 6901