Psych-Recruitment is a New Zealand company with global outreach. It was established in 2002 to address local skill shortages for clinical, forensic, and educational psychologists. The company is a specialised talent acquisition consultancy offering a wealth of international sourcing experience and providing psychologists with access to a broad range of New Zealand's leading employers.
New Zealand staffing shortages have developed due to the rapid expansion of psychological services in both the public and private sectors. While this provides excellent career development choices for psychologists, it equally creates challenging staffing situations for employers. Psych-Recruitment addresses these challenges by selecting and matching psychologists to jobs and locations, saving employers considerable time and resources.
A distinctive feature of the company is a focus on a narrow range of applied psychology jobs and its expertise in the field. Matching the right psychologists to the right employers and locations is a top priority.
Overseas psychologists interested in working in New Zealand will find that particular specialities, locations, or employers offer exciting immigration opportunities. Psych-Recruitment knows where these jobs are and will guide you through every step in the relocation process.
For employers, Psych-Recruitment has been an early innovator in niche talent acquisition and has developed an extensive talent pool of appropriately qualified candidates in anticipation of future hiring needs.
Psych-Recruitment has a reputation for supplying highly talented psychologists and partners with a wide range of New Zealand employers such as the Department of Corrections, Ministry of Education and District Health Boards as well as private providers.
Psychologists are invited to try the Psych-Recruitment experience by checking the registration criteria. There are no obligations or costs.
Hallo, I am a New Zealander and trained as a clinical psychologist at Waikato University in Hamilton, graduating in 1995. This was followed by a decade’s clinical experience working in child protection, offender risk assessment and rehabilitation, service development and staff management. I have practised psychology in locations of Rotorua/Taupo, Hamilton and Auckland. Before establishing Psych-Recruitment I was employed as a Principal Psychologist, managing a team of psychologists for the New Zealand Department of Corrections.
I am passionate about the field of psychology and the development of psychological services. I particularly enjoy helping employers develop their services through employing talented professionals. Equally, I enjoy assisting psychologists to develop their careers.
Over a decade ago family circumstances delivered me to Europe and into the field of recruitment and staffing consultancy relative to psychology. I am mostly located in Europe which allows convenient availability to those located in time zones of Europe, Africa and the Middle East. At the same time I am in daily contact with clients and colleagues in New Zealand and other Asia Pacific countries in order to update on service development and staffing needs.
You are welcome to learn more about me by reviewing my Curriculum Vitae (CV), along with comments and recommendations on my LinkedIn profile
I would welcome the opportunity to assist you.
Kia ora, I am an Italian who has spent periods living in New Zealand and experiencing the ‘Kiwi’ culture.
I have been involved with Psych-Recruitment since 2002, assisting with the initial start up. I have also enjoyed meeting some of you at the exhibitions and conferences we attend.
I manage the Psych-Recruitment website and various company social media pages. However, my main responsibility is drafting up your curriculum vitae and job applications paying particular attention to content and presentation.
Short-listing is an important component of the recruitment process so my goal is to ensure that your skills and experiences are well presented. I look forward to working with you on your job applications.
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