Applicants should have (i) at least a Master’s degree in clinical or counselling psychology; (ii) at least twelve years’ relevant post-
iv) proficiency in Cantonese, Putonghua and English; and (v) strong leadership and management skills; and (vi) relevant previous administrative and supervisory experience.
The appointee will take up the role as the Section Head of the Wellness and Counselling Centre (WACC) of the Office of Student Affairs.
c) liaising and working closely with other units in the university to promote mental wellness on campus; (d) providing professional consultation and in-
service training; (e) providing psychological assessment, counselling and psychotherapy for students; and (f) handling crisis situations.
Candidate with less experience may be considered as Assistant Section Head of WACC.
Appointment will initially be made on contract basis for two years commencing November 2018, renewable subject to mutual agreement.