The incumbent will promote and facilitate the holistic development of students byoptimizing student well-being and the learning environment through the provision ofcounselling and development services to students, thereby enhancing studentretention and throughput. S/he will conduct life skills workshops as well aspsychological assessments, and provide personal, academic and career counsellingto students in the College.
Responsibilities + Skills
For more information about the post, including the job profile, please contact ShelleyBarnsley on 033-2605697 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe total remuneration package offered includes benefits.The closing date for receipt of applications is 8 March 2019.
Relevant Masters degree in Psychology ( ie Counselling, Clinical or Education)Current registration as an independent practitionerTwo years relevant experience in a Psychology and/or Student Development