Clinical Psychologist


Job Description

Job Title: Clinical Psychologist

Location: Glasgow

Salary: Starting from 46,224 – 53,789 dependent on experience.

PLUS a welcome bonus of 6,000 subject to T&C’s

Hours: 35 hours per work

Essential experience required as a Clinical Psychologist:

  • HCPC Registered
  • A degree in Psychology, accepted by the British Psychological Society (BPS) for Graduate Basis Registration (GBR)
  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (or equivalent)

About our client:

We are excited to work with a specialist neurobehavioral rehabilitation centre, dedicated to supporting adults with acquired brain injuries. Situated in serene gardens, the centre offers a bright, modern, and spacious environment tailored for neurobehavioral rehabilitation. With 16 en suite rooms, two flats, and five bungalows to support the independence of the individuals they serve. Featuring state-of-the-art physiotherapy gyms, expansive garden areas with allotments, occupational therapy kitchens, and a recreational games room, you would be working in an innovative space designed to provide exceptional care and support for individuals on their journey to recovery.

Their assessment centres, rehabilitation units, and hospitals employ expert neurorehabilitation to help individuals regain lost skills. By assisting people with various brain injuries-resulting from trauma, illness, substance abuse, and more-in their recovery and pursuit of personal goals. You’ll be guaranteed to work with employees who are deeply passionate about their work; you’ll find a strong sense of teamwork across their services, with colleagues who consistently support and care for one another.

What benefits are available as a Clinical Psychologist:

  • Hello welcome bonus of 6,000 (subject to T&C’s)
  • 5% Location allowance
  • 38 days annual leave (including bank holidays)
  • Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology sponsorship and supervision
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Blue Light card
  • Employee staff discounts (eating out and shopping schemes)
  • Free Parking
  • Long service and staff awards
  • Eye voucher scheme
  • Group life assurance
  • Company Pension
  • Training and learning opportunities to support further professional development

About the Clinical Psychologist role:

As a Clinical Psychologist, you will provide vital clinical psychology and neuropsychology support within a multidisciplinary team. Your role will involve collaborating with various professionals, family members, and service users, ensuring comprehensive care and support

Your responsibilities as a Clinical Psychologist

  • Provide specialist psychological/neuropsychological assessment for adults with acquired brain injury, utilising various information sources like tests, self-report scales, observations, and interviews with service users and their families.
  • You’ll be coordinating the care for the people they support in alignment with your supervisor’s guidance. Ready to make a positive impact!
  • You will formulate and implement plans for specialist psychological and neuropsychological intervention to support adult neurorehabilitation after acquired brain injury. Working as part of a multi/interdisciplinary team, you will ensure interventions are evidence-based and follow best practices.
  • To elicit personal goals from individuals to support and convert them into specific, measurable, achievable, relevant timed SMART goals with the team.
  • To conduct psychological therapy and rehabilitation using various psychological models and methods (individual, family, and group), customised to meet the specific needs of the individual and context, with continuous evaluation of the intervention outcomes.

Interested in being considered for this role? Please click the apply button today or for more information you can contact Sian Webb on (phone number removed) or via email (url removed)

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