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Clinical Psychologist - CAMHS

Job Type:
Permanent
Sector:
Mental Health
Seniority:
Doctor
Region:
West Midlands
Location:
West Midlands
Salary:
£60,000 per annum
Posted:
13/11/2017
Job Ref:
HE-65230

Clinical Psychologist - CAMHS - West Midlands - Up to £60,000 per annum

Contract: Permanent, full time

Benefits: Competitive salary, 25 days annual leave, Pension scheme

I am currently looking for a Clinical Psychologist to work within a CAMHS setting in the West Midlands.

My client are a childcare organisation supporting young people who display complex forms of behaviour and require a high level of intervention. They operate throughout England, Wales and Scotland and actively look to recruit those with a desire to promote the rights and welfare of children. 

As a Clinical Psychologist, you will provide a nurturing and structured approach designed to empower and develop young people who possess a diverse range of needs and abilities.

The benefits of this Clinical Psychologist role include:

  • Competitive salary
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holiday
  • Comprehensive induction and commitment to ongoing training
  • Enhanced maternity pay
  • SMART pension option

As a Clinical Psychologist you will be:

  • Team player as well as being able to participate in MDT approach
  • Patient-focused with a commitment to delivering high quality care
  • Exemplary assessment and clinical decision making skills
  • Excellent organisational capability
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills

The ideal Clinical Psychologist will possess the following:

  • Doctorate in Clinical/Counselling Psychology
  • BPS registered
  • HCPC registered 
  • Proven experience in mental health and knowledge of the MHA in service provision with adults
  • Experience working in inpatient settings of people with significant mental health difficulties

Contact Details:
Tel: 0161 974 1665
Contact: Harry Ellis

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