We are excited to launch our national recruitment campaign for qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners to join our services.
This is an excellent opportunity to join an established organisation that has experienced growth and continues to seek new opportunities to further strengthen and build upon our excellent reputation.
The PWP role is highly valued and seen as an integral part of what we do, and while you care for the people who need our support - we will care for you, your role and career development.
Our PWPs provide disorder specific assessments and evidence-based low intensity CBT interventions for people with anxiety disorders and/or depression. We work to the stepped care model to provide the least intrusive and most appropriate level of care to meet the needs of the person. Therefore, our PWPs will offer a wide range of treatments, including telephone and online treatment, cCBT programmes, psycho-educational groups, courses, workshops, webinars and one-to-one work. Adapting what we offer to make our treatments more accessible is a critical characteristic of what we do.
We have permanent roles in Derbyshire, Greater Nottingham, Kent, Medway, Mansfield, Newark, Newcastle upon Tyne, Wirral and fully remote options available.
Both full & part time roles are available working between the hours of 8am - 8pm, Monday to Friday with a salary range of £24,910 - £30,679. You can view our Benefits and Reward package via our website!
About you, we would love to hear from you if you:
- Holds a PG or UG certificate in Low Intensity Interventions from a recognised BPS accredited PWP training provider
- Holds a MSci Applied Psychology integrated with PWP qualification with dual BPS accreditation as PWP training
- Holds a PWP Apprenticeship training qualification from a BPS accredited PWP training programme
- Are looking to work for an innovative provider who really values you, your role and your career development.
- Have a proven track record of delivering high quality disorder specific assessments and Low Intensity CBT interventions that reflect local and national priorities and targets.
- Able to demonstrate good therapeutic relationships with people.
- Able to undertake thorough risk assessments.
- Are an inspirational and collaborative team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Able to organise high volume workload to ensure effective prioritisation and delivery of objectives.
- Are flexible to meet the needs of the service.
- Are committed to improving access to psychological therapies and working within these services for your future career development..
This post is subject to a DBS check, which we will cover the cost of, and we do reserve the right to close the vacancy early if we receive a high volume of suitable applications.
We are passionate about creating a diverse workforce and positively encourage applications from underrepresented communities.