Clinical Psychologist - Goole CSE
Clinical Psychologist – Sexual Trauma Services
Salary: Up to £61,000 – Dependant on experience
Location: Covering across residential homes, Selby, Goole & Tadcaster
Permanent: 24 hours per week
Cambian Group, the UK’s largest provider of specialist services in children’s residential care, education, mental health rehabilitation and learning disabilities, is looking for dedicated, caring individuals to join the company as a Clinical Psychologist / Regional Lead. The post will require someone with previous experience of working with children who are Looked After.
We offer excellent training and career progression opportunities as well as a variety of staff benefits.
To provide leadership to a multi-disciplinary team for Cambian Sexual Trauma Services. To support clinical co-ordination and governance of assessment and interventions provided to children and homes within the regional hub.
The Clinical Psychologist will line manage all other members of the hub MDT, and provide clinical supervision to hub members where appropriate.
To provide complex case assessment, consultation and intervention to children and young people providing training / supervision to staff and team members where needed.
Co-ordination and governance of the hub and clinical input provided by the team providing monitoring of input and outcomes reporting in to the Clinical Director of the Service
Overview of Responsibilities.
- To provide leadership, management and supervision to the MDT hub.
- To govern clinical practice of the MDT ensuring good quality, effective and timely provision of clinical support to children and young people within regional homes.
- To provide regular team supervision to home staff teams.
- To exercise professionaljudgement and responsibility for the psychological management of children and young people including assessment, formulation, intervention, discharge and effective communication of these plans with other professionals involved in the care of the young person.
- To undertake psychologically based risk assessment and management for individual children and young people and to provide advice on the psychological aspects or risk assessment and management to other professions.
- To effectively monitor the progress of interventions.
- To contribute to the development, implementation, evaluation and monitoring of the team’s operational policies and services, through the use of professional skills in research, service evaluation and audit
- To be knowledgeable of key policy drivers and national developments and ensure that these are appropriately reflected in service developments and delivery.
- To receive regular clinical supervision and professional management, according to good practice guidelines.
- To adhere to professional guidance in relation to all areas of clinical practice.
- To undertake other tasks required by the service in negotiation with the service lead.
In return we offer:
- Full support from a multidisciplinary team
- Regular clinical supervision
- Meetings and peer support
- Developmental opportunities
- Research opportunities & support
- Internal/external training on new initiatives
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays (with increments for length of service included)
You will also learn from some of the most dedicated and inspirational people in our profession.
Successful candidates will need to meet the person specification in order to be offered this post.
Cambian is committed to Safeguarding and protecting the young people and service users within our care.
All candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and reference checks.
Cambian is an equal opportunities employer
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