Psychology, and Counselling and Psychotherapy

Research/thesis supervision:
We regularly require casual academics to supervise Psychology Honours students completing their
fourth year thesis. Suitable applicants will have, as a minimum, a Masters degree in Psychology and
be competent to supervise research projects to completion. Experience in supervising postgraduate
research is highly desirable.

Clinical placement supervision:
We are seeking to develop a pool of suitably qualified supervisors for students doing placements in
our Psychology Masters (5+1 and Clinical Psychology) and Counselling/Psychotherapy programs.
Suitable applicants for our Psychology programs will be experienced psychologists who are
Psychology Board of Australia-approved supervisors. Experience in working with children and young
people would be an advantage but not essential.

Suitable applicants for our Counselling and Psychotherapy programs will have been eligible to be
clinical members of a relevant professional association for at least three years and have a minimum
of 5 years of post-qualification relationally-oriented clinical experience, possessing supervision
competencies which are equivalent to the requirements of the PACFA Supervision Training

Coursework assignment marking:
Cairnmillar teaches a full range of academic subjects in Counselling/Psychotherapy and Psychology
at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level and regularly requires appropriately qualified
professionals and academics to assist with marking. We also require markers for postgraduate
theses, with expertise in quantitative and/or qualitative research methods. Markers are required to
participate in moderation and to provide constructive feedback to students. Suitable applicants will
have as a minimum a Masters degree (or equivalent work experience) and a strong academic
record. Experience marking in the tertiary sector is desirable but not essential.

If you are interested in submitting an expression of interest, please email your CV and a cover letter
indicating the role/s you are interested in to [email protected]. Please contact Professor Louise
Roufeil at [email protected] if you would like to talk further about the position. Only
shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

A Police Check and Working with Children Check will be required from the successful applicant as a
condition of employment.

About the Cairnmillar Institute:
The Cairnmillar Institute is a not-for-profit registered health promotion charity that has been
providing high quality professional education and accessible psychological services to promote the
psychological wellness of the community for nearly 60 years.

Application closing date: Monday 14 February 2022

The Cairnmillar Institute promotes the following values: collaboration, compassion, integrity,
professionalism and respect and promotes behaviours that are consistent with these values at all
times. Cairnmillar Institute is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and
developing a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve.