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Clinical Psychologist

Employer
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Hull
Salary
£40,057 to £53,219 a year per annum
Closing date
2 Jul 2022

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Profession
Psychologist
Service
Adult
Grade
Band 7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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We are currently seeking to recruit a motivated and enthusiastic Clinical Psychologist who has experience working with children with neurodevelopmental difficulties including ASD, ADHD to join our new and innovative Hull and East Riding Neurodiversity service.

The post holder will have the opportunity to be part of the specialist assessments for neurodevelopmental conditions alongside providing supervision to MDT members, consultations and training to other agencies. This role will also include some level of service development and influence in local relevant strategies for young people with neurodevelopmental conditions. If you have relevant skills and experience with complex clinical work, supervision and consultation in multi-disciplinary and multi-agency setting, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Main duties of the job

You will join a busy and well established team consisting of Nurses with a broad range of specialities, Art Therapy, Psychology and Psychiatry. You will have the opportunity to influence the development of the service at a systemic and interagency level.

This is an exciting time to be joining the service due to the extensive transformation work being undertaken by not only our service, but also the wider Neurodiversity work within which our service sits. This is developing a multi-agency approach to meeting the needs of children with neurodiversity and their families. We also have a strong focus on evidence based practice and the use of routine outcome measures. There is a commitment to ongoing staff training to enable practitioners to have accredited therapeutic and supervisory skills. We are also working towards having more participation from young people and their families in directing service development.

About us

As a teaching Trust we work closely with our academic partners, including Hull University, nurturing and developing a workforce of Clinical Psychologists and other health and social care professionals of the future. We recognise the positive value of diversity and promote equality and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.

We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as BAME and disabled people are currently under-represented throughout the Trust.

We are recognised by Stonewall, Europe's leading LGBT rights organisation, as a Diversity Champion and are committed to improving employment opportunities for LGB and Trans and non-binary candidates.

We are a member of the Disability Confident Employer benchmark and have made a positive commitment to employing disabled people and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in role profiles.



Job description Job responsibilities

Job description

This post will be considered as a developmental post. Progression is subject to the psychologist being able to evidence that they meet all criteria required. It is expected they would have completed ISW training, had experience supervising assistants, trainee psychologists and other professionals; have received post qualification training in an area relevant to this role; have led on teaching or training for a range of professionals; have led on consultations and are able to work with increasingly complex presentations (as available within the role). We anticipate progression would take place over a 1.5-2 year period from qualification from the Doctoral training course and would involve close supervision from a clinical supervisor. If you have any questions about this, please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a discussion.

Contact Dr Emma Berkman-Smith, Consultant Clinical Psychologist Neurodevelopmental Team on Tel 01482 692929.

For further information with regard to this vacancy please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification.

Person Specification Knowledge Essential
  • Full understanding of relevant policy, legislation, drivers and their application to clinical and service area, e.g. Mental Capacity Act, Social Inclusion
  • Advanced/expert understanding/application of relevant clinical practice/standards/audit within identified clinical area
  • Knowledge of and experience in the use of a wide range of psychometric and other objective assessment tools as applied in neurodevelopmental and mental health work and across the ability range
  • Skills in co-ordinating programmes of care, and providing consultation and specialist advice to other professional and non-professional groups
  • Doctoral level knowledge of research design and methodology, and application of this to research and development activity within the service area
Desirable
  • Evidence of policy implementation and development
  • Broadly based knowledge of the theory and practice of assessment of neurodevelopmental conditions and advanced psychological therapies for the treatment of children and young people with complex neurodevelopmental and mental health needs
  • Knowledge of policy and psychological theory relating to people with intellectual disability, neurodevelopmental presentations and associated complex behavioural and mental health needs.
Qualifications Essential
  • Post-graduate doctoral level training in clinical psychology or its equivalent
  • Clinical supervision training for doctoral trainees
Desirable
  • Post-doctoral training in one or more specialised areas of psychological practice
  • Breakaway training or equivalent


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