Counsellor – Problem Gambling

  • Full Time
  • Sydney, NSW
  • Salary:AU$92500 - AU$93500 per annum + + Superannuation + Salary Packaging

Website Sugarman Group

Job Category: Social Care

Location: Sydney, NSW



Permanent, Full Time

Salary: $92,500 + Superannuation + Salary Packaging

Location: South Western Sydney

The ‘Counsellor – Financial Gambling’ is responsible for providing financial counselling to clients who are experiencing financial distress as a result of problem gambling to enable them to successfully manage their financial affairs, independent of further financial counselling.


  • Financial Case Work to referred clients.
  • Assessment of referred cases.
  • Provision of information about financial options.
  • Provision of information to local community workers/services.
  • Act as a resource person to other team members on financial matters.
  • Group work on relevant issues, both in-house or to other community groups.
  • To collate information and data to facilitate service provision development and planning.


  • Relevant Counselling qualifications and Accreditation.
  • Ideally a member of NSW State Association of Financial Counsellors (FCAN).
  • Relevant experience working with clients experiencing Problem Gambling
  • Case management experience in Financial Counselling.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of consumer protection legislation and policy, credit system, debt recovery and bankruptcy laws.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to negotiate tasks and work within a team construct.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and also within a team environment.
  • Demonstrated experience in administration and an ability to undertake statistical returns.
  • Current Drives Licence.

If you are interested in this role and meet the requirements above, please email your resume to or alternatively, for a confidential chat about the role, call 0421 205 113.

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