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Consultant Psychologist

Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS)

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  • Mount Claremont Western Australia Australia
  • Part Time, Contract/Temp
  • Competitive and negotiable salary.
Closing 31 Jan 2021
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Expressions of Interest are now open!

The Western Australian Institute of Sport seek an experienced Psychologist to work with some of the best current and emerging Olympic and Paralympic athletes in Australia.

  • The ideal consultant will be a registered Psychologist with significant experience of working in high performance environments including Olympic, Paralympic or Professional sport.
  • The role will be fully embedded in Sport Programs at WAIS, working directly with elite athletes and coaches as part of a multidisciplinary support team. The Consultant Psychologist will assist athletes to develop their performance mindset and ability to perform when it matters most.
  • A flexible approach along with an understanding of elite performance and ‘what it takes to win’ at the Olympics and Paralympics is preferred. In return WAIS and the AIS will provide access to the High-Performance Sport System Psychology Peer Supervisory Network.
  • Located in the beautiful McGillivray Oval precinct in Mt Claremont, access to the state-of-the-art strength and conditioning gym and close to HBF Stadium this is the perfect role for an experienced Psychologist looking for a new challenge.

This is a Part-Time, 2 Year Fixed Term opportunity

** Please note, this EOI is only open to applicants with current unrestricted Australian Work Rights **

At WAIS, we don’t just accept difference we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our athletes, our staff, and our community. WAIS is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

Essential Requirements

  • Relevant Tertiary Qualification
  • National Police / Criminal History Check
  • Working with Children / Working with Vulnerable People Check
  • Drivers Licence
  • APHRA Registration

Application Instruction

EOI’s should include a cover letter (maximum of two pages) and a resume outlining your suitability and capability to support Olympic and Paralympic sports at WAIS. 

Please indicate your salary expectations (fee per day basis) and availability to work on site at our High-Performance Service Centre in Mt Claremont, WA or at Sport Specific Venues. 

For further information please contact Karl Cooke, Performance Team Director National  

Please submit your expressions of interest to by midnight (AWST) on Sunday 31st January 2021.

WAIS Recruitment

(08) 9387 8166

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