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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 13/04/2020.

Band 7 Clinical Psychologist

Job Reference: 820-2029129-CF-B

Employer:
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
clinical psychology
Location:
5 CDC sites in Birmingham, Birmingham
Salary:
£37,570 to £43,772 per annum

We are keen to receive applications from Practitioner Psychologists with clinical experience of autism spectrum disorder and ADHD in children aged between 3 and 16 years. This experience could include developing the use of specific assessments and diagnostic tools such as the ADOS -2 coupled with specialist observational skills, skills in clinical diagnosis and clinical formulation skills. We will be looking to offer specific training such as ADOS – 2 to successful candidates if needed.

The successful candidates will have experience of working with children and in multidisciplinary teams, demonstrate highly developed communication skills and the ability to work with challenging situations / discussions. There will be a package of supervision and support to develop emerging clinical skills as well as the opportunity to be embedded within a developing multidisciplinary team.

As the Neurodevelopmental pathway is developing, there will be opportunity to support the trialling and development of clinical intervention, as well as assessment. This will include;

multidisciplinary health interventions e.g. post diagnosis parent groups, intervention groups for young people post diagnosis

multiagency interventions, working with specialist teachers and educational psychologists, as well as partner health colleagues across health & care system, e.g. ASD / ADHD awareness days, pre-assessment support groups

specialist clinical interventions delivered by clinical psychologists, in particular to develop a clear pathway for short term interventions for families where attachment difficulties are suspected.

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Be Part of Our Team...

Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHC) has more than 5000 staff working across Birmingham and the West Midlands in a wide range of community nursing and specialist healthcare roles. BCHC delivers over 100 clinical services, in people's homes, health centres, clinics and inpatient facilities. We deliver a wide range of services for children, young people, parents and families as well as adults and community services, two community hospitals, services for people with learning disabilities, the internationally recognised West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre and one of Europe’s leading Dental Hospitals and School of Dentistry. We deliver all of this with a commitment to integrated, personalised care that is rooted in our local communities. We have an ambition to deliver outstanding, integrated care as one of the key NHS providers in the West Midlands.

If you want to ‘Be Part of Our Team’ and work with a Foundation Trust which is continuously striving for best care and healthy communities, we want to hear from you.

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

please contact Natalie Langdown acting service lead of child development centres for further discussion or to arrange an informal visit.

0121 466 6256

Natalie.langdown@bhamcommunity.nhs.uk




Please be aware that Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (BCHC) utilises a third party recruitment system (TRAC). When applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into TRAC and any correspondence will be sent via the TRAC. We advise that you check your junk/spam emails.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Birmingham is a fantastic place to live and we serve a wide range of people and communities. BCHC is an advocate of diversity and strive to mirror our community as much possible.

We are committed to and actively promote equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals from all areas of the community who meet the specific criteria are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage/civil partnerships.

Promoting Workforce Equality

In response to data held by BCHC which demonstrates that individuals from particular protected characteristics are under-represented, BCHC are striving to redress these imbalances. In order to do this, the Trust is committed to the employment and career development of individuals from these protected characteristics. As part of this commitment, given this under representation, the Trust guarantees an interview to any applicants from under represented protected characteristic for positions at Band 8a and above whose application meets the essential criteria for the post as detailed on the Person Specification.

The Trust is currently under-represented in terms of people from Black, Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds and welcomes applicants from these communities. Selection will be on a basis of merit. To ensure the diversity of the workforce and understand the differing needs of our communities, the Trust is committed to the principles of Positive Action.


Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.


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