Clinical Psychologist at Clinical Services
Salary will be dependant upon experience and qualifications (Band 7 equivalent)
Because of the nature of its work with
children and vulnerable adults the Hesley Group uses the Disclosure and
Barring Service (DBS) to make checks at an enhanced level on all persons
whose work or proposed work for any Group Company will involve regular
contact with or working in close proximity to children and vulnerable
adults in the Group’s care. This
post is subject to the enhanced level DBS check, please ensure you
complete the form by clicking the link above before continuing with your
application Our user reference for the check system is HESLEY with
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Established in 1975, the
Hesley Group provides flexible, specialist residential services and
schools. We aim to offer the best possible care, education and
vocational opportunities for young people and adults, often with autism,
who have a learning disability and complex needs including behaviour
which may challenge.
We have an established team of
clinicians including psychology, speech and language therapy, applied
behaviour analysts, occupational therapists and assistants. Our
team of psychologists make a key contribution to our capacity to
provide effective person-centred positive behaviour support for our
clients by working with other members of our multidisciplinary team to
provide therapeutic input to clients and consultancy to staff, and
provision of training for support staff.
Due to recent
expansion within our service, there is an opportunity for a new role. We are recruiting a Clinical Psychologist to work within
our two children’s services and two independent specialist colleges, close to
the Doncaster area. You would be joining a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who
already works within these services, plus a team of three other qualified
Clinical Psychologists across the group.
The people we
support in these services can range in age from 8-25 years old. They require
support with a range of specific needs, including: issues relating to trauma,
attachment and loss; emotional health and wellbeing; behaviour that challenges;
identity and relationship development. Support
may be delivered via individual therapy sessions, but is often carried out
indirectly through staff training and consultation. This variety means that every day is
different and interesting, but also challenging at times. We are looking for someone with a sound
understanding of positive behaviour support, who is able to provide
wide-ranging psychological assessments and interventions, drawing on a range of
theoretical approaches. Continued
professional development would be available, including any specialist training
You will have experience of specialist
Psychological assessment and interventions with clients and staff teams across a range of care
settings, including outpatients, community, primary care and inpatient settings.
The successful candidate will have
Doctorate level training in Clinical Psychology or a statement from the BPS of equivalence of
qualifications to BPS requirements for practice as a Clinical Psychologist in
For an informal discussion please contact Zoe Bradshaw,
Psychologist, on 01302 866906.
You may find the following documents useful to read through to help you decide whether this is the right career for you.
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Closing date for receipt of both postal and online applications is Noon, 30 September 2017
Please note that applications submitted after 12pm (Noon) on the closing date may not be processed
Hesley Group is an equal opportunities employer.