At WellStop we take pride in the skills and abilities of our people. If you wish to be considered for future employment opportunities please email your CV and a covering letter detailing why you would like to work with us to email@example.com or contact the Manager or Team Leader in your local area. Your information will be held in a secure file and we will contact you should a position suitable become available.
WellStop looks for people in the following areas who meet our criteria:
Specialist Clinicians with qualifications and experience in counselling, social work, family therapy, psychotherapy, art therapy or a related field who are eligible for registration and/or professional membership in New Zealand
Psychologists with a post-graduate qualification in Psychology with New Zealand Registration or eligible for New Zealand registration
Social Workers with a minimum Level B qualification in Social Work or equivalent and current Certificate of Competency
Administration and Support staff with experience and training in a range of administration skills including data management, financial management, word processing and reception skills.
PLEASE NOTE: All job applicants must be New Zealand residents or hold an appropriate New Zealand work permit to apply for any of the above positions.
Clinical and Social Work Contractors WellStop engages clinicians and social workers as contractors to:
Help meet contract requirements for our Harmful Sexual Behaviour Services for either adults, youth or children or to provide additional support to families. This is usually on a casual contract basis
Provide assessment and therapy services under our ACC Contract to clients who have been sexually harmed. Note contractors must be ACC registered or eligible for ACC registration.
PLEASE NOTE: All contractors must be New Zealand residents or hold an appropriate New Zealand work permit to apply for any of the above positions.
Prevention Education Contractors
WellStop engages people who are skilled as educators or group facilitators to help us deliver our Mates and Dates sexual violence prevention programme. This is usually on a casual contract basis. Mates and Dates educators must attend and pass a three-day accreditation programme run by ACC Injury Prevention.