Be a part of something special
Senior Psychologist, Psychologist and Organisational Psychologist
For over 100 years, the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) has been a vital
part of the community, working hard to protect life, property and the
environment from bush fires. We are the world’s largest volunteer
firefighting service, with over 76,000 members, proudly built on a strong
tradition of service, trust, resilience, respect, and teamwork.
To hear more about the RFS, click here.
The 2019-20 bush fire season saw our members serve and protect in the
face of the most extraordinary circumstances – because they care about their
communities and without hesitation will be there for them in tough times.
But who cares for our members, especially when the going gets tough for
them? That’s where you come in.
We are looking to substantially expand our mental health and wellbeing
team, to ensure the best quality support is available to our RFS volunteer and staff
members now and into the future. This means making sure we have dedicated,
accessible professionals across the State (North Eastern, North Western,
Western, Hunter, Greater Sydney, South Eastern, South Western, and
We have several exciting
opportunities available for qualified professionals who are keen to make a real
difference, through critical incident support, short-term counselling services
and referral pathways to care, and holistic and proactive health and wellbeing
7 x Senior Psychologists (Coffs Harbour, Tamworth, Cowra, Lake
Macquarie, Glendenning, Moruya, Albury)
7 x Psychologists (Coffs Harbour, Tamworth, Cowra, Lake Macquarie,
Glendenning, Moruya, Albury)
Organisational Psychologist (Sydney Olympic Park)
Psychologists eligible for Provisional Registration with the Psychology Board
of Australia (AHPRA) are encouraged to apply for the Psychologist roles
To submit your applicant and find out more about the Senior Psychologist role, click here.
To submit your application and find out more about the Psychologist role, click here.
To submit your application and find out more about the Organisational Psychologist role, click here.
Professional development and registration will be supported, aligned to
essential qualifications for the roles.
There will never be a better time to
be a part of something special, working together to support our members to
deliver the best outcomes to the NSW community. This is your chance
to be involved in establishing and delivering a comprehensive State-wide mental
health service to a large public service agency on the front-line.
If you are an authentic, hard-working
professional with relevant qualifications – and you want to do something “more” – join us. Submit your
application through I
Work for NSW by uploading:
A cover letter (max. two pages) which addresses the essential
requirements of the role, and outlines why you believe you are suited to the
role and why you are interested in the role; and
A resume (max. six pages) outlining your skills, experience and
qualifications as well as two current referees.
Applications close at 11:59pm on Sunday
24th January 2021.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.