Description Expressions of Interest
Condor Performance is one of Australia’s leading sport and performance psychology practices and we are currently seeking Expressions of Interest from fully registered psychologists based in / near Melbourne (VIC) who might be eager to embark or expand on a career as a performance psychologist.
Various flexible contractor positions are available with the exact selection process only being finalised after this initial Expressions of Interest phase has been completed. Please Read Carefully Before Applying:
At Condor Performance we take the ‘sport’ part of sport psychology very seriously so if you’re not highly passionate and knowledge about sport then we advise you against applying. Even psychologists with a more ‘performance’ orientation (performing arts, corporate, music etc) will need to demonstrate ‘better than average’ understanding of several major sports.
At this stage we’re only interested in hearing from fully registered psychologists (a sport and exercise endorsement is not needed) located in / near Melbourne. If you are not based in / near Melbourne and / or not yet fully registered please join our mailing list for future job alerts at http: //eepurl. com/ p74AP - but kindly don't submit an EOI.
How to Apply:
Those eligible and interested should email a recent CV and short introductory video* (in place of a cover letter, see below) to our Chief Improvement Officer Gareth at email@example.com
on / before 15th November 2016. The subject of the email must be Expression of Interest. This same email address, and not our phone number, should be used if you have any questions about the process.
* Videos 20 MB or less can be attached directly to the email. Videos larger than this should first be uploaded to Vimeo, protected with a password and then emailed as a link and password. Videos should be between 5 and 10 minutes long and be a motion equivalent of a cover letter.
Gareth J. Mole (Mpsych)
Chief Improvement Officer (CIO) &
Senior Sport Psychologist firstname.lastname@example.org