Clinical Psychologist

Location Altrincham
Discipline: Therapy
Employment type: Part Time
Salary: £45K - £62K pro rata, DOE/Qualification
Contact name: Victoria Marsden

Contact email: paul@scejobs.co.uk
Job ref: 6308
Published: 8 days ago
Part-Time, Clinical Psychologist, job vacancy, Altrincham, Cheshire.

Benefits

  • £45’240 - £62K per annum, pro rata DOE & Level of Experience.
  • 32 Hours per week, 4 days per week (Some flexibility
  • Pension, Life Assurance, Health Cash Plan, Employee Assistance & Perk Box.
  • Continuous professional training & development.

Employer

With an impressive network of specialist Education Schools, colleges, and Children’s residential homes this provider aims for outstanding CQC and Ofsted ratings. The aim for the Children & Young People is for them to achieve their goals in life and flourish under their support.  With a fantastic team of experts, you will be joining a therapeutic provision for children from a young age up to 19 years of age.  All the children have social, emotional, mental health needs and learning disabilities.

Duties

As Clinical Psychologist, you will be supporting young adults with complex needs mainly associated with high-functioning Autism, Anxiety, Social & Emotional or Mental Health conditions. You will use psychological models and practices to enhance the cognitive and emotional skills of the young people in order to prepare them for adult life and independence. You will closely with parents, teachers, social workers, and doctors to provide the very best outcome for the young people.
The head Teacher loves working with fun, positive, passionate, and dedicated, like-minded individuals.  People who can help create a fantastic environment for everyone to thrive in.

Criteria

  • Post graduate doctoral level training & qualification in Psychology or Psychotherapy
  • Substantial post qualification experience with Children & Young People.
  • Good knowledge of psychometric tools.
  • Experience working with young people living with ASD and complex needs (SEMH).
  • Substantial experience and experience of working with Children & Young People.
  • Registered with Health & Care Profession Council (HCPC) and BPS or equivalent.
  • A Full, valid, UK Driving Licence.

Apply

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