By bringing together professional help and social support within a uniquely designed architecture, Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre provides practical, emotional and psycho-social support to empower people affected by cancer, their families and friends to live with, through and beyond the illness.
We are looking for a high calibre candidate who shares our visions and values to join our growing team in Tuen Mun.
- Master's degree in Clinical Psychology or Counselling Psychology from a recognized university
- Registered member of a relevant professional body
- With two years of clinical experience, ideally in cancer care, death and dying or bereavement, and working in a multidisciplinary team is an advantage
- Final year students who are expected to graduate in 2022 will also be considered
Key Responsibilities :
- Engage with and provide psychological support to Centre users as the primary role responsibility
- Render individual, couple, and family counselling and psychotherapy
- Initiate and facilitate support groups
- Develop and conduct psycho-educational programmes and public talks, including giving talks to the public and professional audience
- Initiate and lead the Centre's service impact measurements and research programmes, and contribute to service development
- Flexible, independent, enthusiastic and committed
We offer the right candidate a competitive remuneration, including medical and life insurance and employer volunteer contributions.
Interested parties should send full resume with availability, last and expected salary to The Centre Head at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 30 May 2022.
All information provided by applicants will be used for recruitment-related purposes and handled in strict confidence by authorized personnel. The personal data collected will be destroyed after three months.