Natasha Goulbourn Foundation (NGF) needs crisis hotline Responders to provide information to callers suffering from depression and help those thinking, planning or attempting to commit suicide. Accepted applicants will undergo training in providing this information and in handling suicide calls to moderate the condition of depressives; temper suicide intents, and to refer to mental health professionals those who need more help.
Preferred applicants are psychologists, nurses, caregivers, social workers, guidance counselors, public health workers, teachers, or those in a medical line of work. Part-time students planning for careers in these fields and any reliable, open-minded, empathetic, dependable individual with high levels of maturity and sense of responsibility interested in Information Counseling and Crisis Intervention (ICIC) work are invited to apply.
Selected applicants must be at least 18 years old. They will be full-time workers willing and able to contract for work as ICIC Responders for at least two years, earning incomes corresponding to jobs with equal or similar scopes but higher than minimum wages.
Detailed resumes must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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