Would you like to work for Australia’s largest not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting people with eating disorders and negative body image?
To apply for a particular role, please submit your resume and cover letter addressing essential selection criteria as detailed in the position description.
All applications need to be submitted by email to Butterfly's Human Resource team at email@example.com with a subject title stating the position you are applying for.
For general employment enquiries, contact HR on (03) 9822 5771.
The Butterfly Foundation is looking for people with sound counselling skills and a level of understanding about eating disorders to provide support to Australians living with eating disorders via their National Helpline.
The Butterfly National Helpline 1800 ED HOPE has expanded its services to 7 days a week in 2018.
We are currently seeking passionate counselling professionals who are available to deliver eating disorder counselling services. You need to have availability for a minimum of two shifts per week including at least 1 weekend shift in either of the two specified time allocations detailed below.
Read full Position Description HERE.
All applicants should supply their resume, and must address the FULL Selection Criteria (essential), as detailed in the Position Description, in a separate letter.
Applications should be submitted by email to Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject Title: Counsellor, Butterfly National Helpline 1800 ED HOPE – Sydney.
Applications close 5pm on Monday 26th March 2018.
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