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Social Workers wanted in South Africa

*Expanding horizon of work

Phela Workforce Management Solutions is a South African-based company offering employee assistance programmes (EAP) to corporate companies.

Our services include short term face to face counselling. We are now expanding to other regions of Africa, as a result we are currently looking to partner with counsellors (social workers, psychologists, registered counsellors) in private practice to provide this service.

Counsellors should be able to:

– Read, write and speak fluent English.
– Have their own laptop or desktop and a smartphone as well as access to internet.
– Be in possession of a driver’s license to travel to clients when necessary for which you will be reimbursed at AA rates.
– Have a license to practice and rooms to see clients privately.

We are looking for dynamic, well experienced therapists with a good knowledge of short term methodologies and or corporate counselling experience.

Since we are a wellness company we expect our representatives to embody wellness.

If you are interested in joining our network of service providers, please send us a copy of your CV and proof of qualifications and current registration with your governing body and the address of your practice as soon as possible.

Once we receive your documents we will be in touch with you to complete our recruitment process. CVs can be sent to:

bongekile@phelawellness.co.za

owageng@phelawellness.co.za

Social Workers are one of the highest sought professionals anywhere in the World. Nigeria has exported more than 80% of the home-trained Social workers to other parts of Africa, Europe and America where they are heavily paid. The most sought expertise is paediatric and psychiatric social workers. Over a dozen higher institutions offer the programme in Nigeria.

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