Applied Psychologist

Recruiter
Appoint Group Recruitment
Location
Wrexham, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
17 Jun 2019
Closes
21 Jun 2019
Ref
1170595721
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Location: Wrexham, Wales

Salary: Competitive

Hours: Full-time (40 hours)

Grade: Applied (Clinical or Forensic) Psychologist

JOB SUMMARY

Appoint Group are currently recruiting for a fantastic Private Hospital in Wrexham! We are on the look out for a high quality and skilled Applied Psychologist to work in the Psychology Services for our client.

The ideal person will be an innovative and motivated Psychologist who will support the Head of Psychology to lead and develop psychology services.

This includes opportunities to be innovative and to develop psychological therapy approaches and interventions to meet the individual needs of the patients.

We are looking for someone with relevant experience from previous practise or from their core training if newly qualified. But most of all we are looking for an individual with passion and drive to be the best they can be for our patients. In return, we will show a real commitment to up skill and develop you within what is an ambitious and exciting services that thrives on excellent care and treatment for patients.

Good working knowledge of up to date therapy, research and evidence based practices are essential for this role. Experience of working as part of an MDT and therapist is vital.

The ability to be innovative; focused on quality; have team ethics; be honesty and transparent, have empathy and supporting others are essential to the position.

The service is one with high values and a clinical & forensic strategy. The successful applicant will work autonomously within professional and organisational guidelines and exercise responsibility for the governance of psychological practice within relevant services.

You will provide psychological assessment, formulation and interventions to inpatients and to act as a specialist resource to the wider professional community.

You will be required to work collaboratively as a member of the Multidisciplinary team and in line with the organisational policy for Multidisciplinary Team working. Utilise your research skills for audit, policy and service development and research.

Provide systemic support and training to the nursing and support team to assist in the delivery of effective care and rehabilitation of service users. As well as contribute to service development, Clinical or Forensic governance and multi-disciplinary forums as directed.

Benefits! :
  • Flexible terms and conditions for the successful candidate.
  • Eye care vouchers,
  • Work Place Pension with Legal & General
  • Child care vouchers,
  • free lunch.
  • Company Loan Programme,
  • Comprehensive Learning & Development Package,
  • Company Funded Benefits: Free DBS check and Hepatitis B vaccination
  • Progression Opportunities

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