ACC Counsellor (Self-employed Contractor)

Job tasks and responsibilities

This role is for ACC Sensitive Claims counselling and working with people who have experienced trauma, with a specific focus on clients affected by sexual harm within the Counties Manukau area. We are looking for counsellors, psychotherapists, or psychologists who are already registered with ACC. Hours of work would be at your discretion based on client needs and in your own rooms.

You will be a self-employed contractor with CSC as the Supplier and you will be a Provider.

Skills and experience

  • A demonstrated commitment to the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi
  • Professional boundaries and best practice are expected
  • A demonstrated understanding of client databases i.e. Exess, and appointment management skills
  • Within your cover letter please summarise your experience with supporting people affected by sexual harm.

For further enquiries please call 09 277 9324. Please send your cover letter and your CV to Ann Weaver РAgency Manager.


Regardless of whether or not we have any vacancies advertised, please feel free to make contact with us at any time to register your interest in working with Counselling Services Centre.
Counselling Services Centre (CSC) is a not for profit agency located in Papatoetoe, South Auckland. We have been providing counselling and practical support to the Counties Manukau community since 1986.

Our Services include:

Crisis Response Team

24/7 free and confidential crisis response service for anyone affected by sexual harm which includes assault or abuse.

Court Support

Free and confidential support for people who go through the justice process, during and after trial.

Counselling Team

Our counselling team accept self-referrals and referrals from other agencies and services. Our counsellors are registered with a professional body such as NZAC and NZCCA, and most are ACC registered.

Social Work

Our social work team provide advocacy, support services and resources. Our social workers are registered with SWRB and ANZASW.