Clinical Psychologist - Birmingham
Clinical Psychologist Kings Norton, Birmingham£32000 - £37000 pa32 hours per weekWe are recruiting for a clinical psychologist on behalf of our client. They care for and support adults living with a learning disability or autism in specialist hospitals and residential services throughout the UK.Our client's purpose is to make a positive difference to the people and their families by delivering person-centred health and social care that helps our service users to fulfil the things they want out of life.You will ensure the systematic provision of a high quality psychological service to our clients Midlands services and work autonomously within professional guidelines while exercising responsibility for the systematic governance of psychological practice within the service/team.A major requirement of the job is to act as a highly specialist resource to the wider professional community and to carry out audit, policy and service development and research activities and/or programs. To propose and implement policy and service development changes within the company.Benefits include:25 days annual leaveLength of service awardsFully paid comprehensive induction training for all new startersPension schemePaid DBS/PVGFree on-site parkingCourtesy meals and refreshments whilst on shiftShopping and entertainment discount schemeChildcare vouchers and cycle to work schemeLife insuranceBeing passionate about developing our employees, we provide multiple opportunities to develop knowledge, skills and competence matching jobs roles and career aspirationsIf you are saying yes to the above, and you have an affinity with delivering quality care - we would welcome your application.Please send your CV to Jody.Greaves@appointgroup.co.uk or call 01489774218Additional informationLocated in Kings Norton, Birmingham is our clients CQC rated 'Outstanding' service providing assessment and treatment for up to 25 men and women with autism, who are also living with learning disabilities and complex needs. The team can also support people who may be detained under the Mental Health Act, as well as those who have complex behaviours, or who have significant difficulties with social engagement. People could come to any of the three autism provisions for a variety of reasons. They could come from a home environment, supported living or residential service due to an illness or a crisis in their life. They may also come following a stay at an NHS or other specialist autism or learning disability service, including a secure service.