Are you interested in working with adults who present with complex needs and have experienced trauma within a lively city based CMHT?
We welcome your application if you have the clinical skills, experience and passion for delivering innovative, safe and high quality services to people in a CMHT setting who experience complex difficulties and life experiences.
This is an exciting time to join our care group as we are in the midst of developing and reviewing our psychological services. This means that your team will have access to and will work with MBT, DBT and family intervention services as well as a specialist Complex Intervention Service which comprises trauma, PD and psychotherapy teams. One of your work days will be allocated to working specifically with trauma referrals and you will have links with the trauma team to support this.
You will be working in an MDT that covers an inner city population across West and East Hull. In order to offer skill mix to our clients and maximise the support to our psychology staff we are operating a hub model of a small team of psychologists working across the Hull teams.
As part of this service you will be providing consultation, supervision, assessment, formulation, direct clinical work, training and evaluation to ensure that your team has the greatest impact on recovery and a positive client journey .You will play a pivotal role in helping the team to continue improving it’s practice and to provide good, co-ordinated, structured clinical care whilst maintaining staff well-being.We will welcome your involvement in steering and supporting psychologically driven and underpinned treatment pathways in the team.
You will also be expected to represent the profession by being actively involved in wider service development issues and projects in the delivery of psychological care across the care group.All aspects of the role will involve delivery of psychological care across the Hull CMHTs , development of services and clinical leadership.
The adult psychology specialty currently comprises 22 psychologists, psychotherapists and assistants. We are a cohesive and enthusiastic group, enjoying strong links with the local clinical psychology doctorate training courses, providing trainee placements and contributing to training. We encourage psychologists to develop links in the region and stay professionally connected. We welcome innovation and an interest in research.
Hull continues to develop and grow following on from the City of Culture 2017. East Yorkshire and the Wolds is perfect for cyclists and walkers alike with the benefit of easy access to the coast. Leeds, York and Lincoln are an hour’s drive away as are three national parks and there is a direct train link to London taking less than 3 hours. We have local access to direct ferry services to the continent and a local airport providing international flights.
Applications are invited from clinical and counselling psychologists with prior experience of working within Adult Mental Health and specifically working with people who have experienced trauma.
Please contact Dawn Peters (Lead Psychologist) on 01482 617980 for an informal discussion or a visit to find out about the post and the service area. Please do not ring this number for application packages.
Applicants who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome to apply and will be considered alongside all other applicants. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA is available to take up the post as the employing body is unlikely,in these circumstances,to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. The UK Border Agency requires employers to complete this test to show that no suitably qualified EEA or EU worker can fill the post. Further information is available on the UK Border Agency website.
Please note that if there is a high volume of applications received we reserve the right to close this advert one week after it has opened.
For those wishing to apply for the post on Secondment they must obtain their managers permission to do so before applying.The ability to commute within the Trusts geographical area with access to the appropriate means of transport is essential.You will also be asked to prove your Right to Work in the UK and complete Identification checks.
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