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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 12/10/2020.

Registered Psychologist (Clinical, Forensic or Counselling)

Job Reference: 301-JP-19-76229

Employer:
Inclusion
Department:
Inclusion
Location:
Yorkshire (Prison) Cluster
Salary:
£44,606 - £50,819

In 2002 Inclusion was created as part of the award winning South Staffordshire & Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, now known as Midlands Partnership Foundation NHS Trust. It was developed to provide evidence based innovative services to beneficiaries across England with the flexibility to provide local solutions to local communities but with the governance and commitment to quality of the NHS.

Successful in its endeavors, Inclusion has grown to provide drug and alcohol and sexual health, mental health services in the community, and prisons. Employing over 750 staff, including Psychiatrists, Counsellors, Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers, Allied Health Professionals,Therapists, Drug & Alcohol Recovery Workers, Peer Mentors and Volunteers. We provide services to in excess of 19,000 services users per annum across the South East, Midlands, East of England and North of England.

The range of services we provide allows us to work with our service users in prisons, extending this into community settings, tackling both substance misuse and mental health concerns. We believe that people can change, a resounding theme of our services that underpins our success is being flexible to changing need, not compromising on quality and understanding our responsibility in achieving the best possible outcomes for service users, families and communities.

Inclusion has extensive experience of working alongside and providing services to Clinical Commissioning Groups, Local Authority Public Health Teams, Police & Crime Commissioners, NOMS, NHS England and a broad range of public and voluntary sector institutions. Partnerships are important to us, we work with a range of providers to ensure there are comprehensive packages in place for our service users.

We are renowned for investing in and supporting our staff and have a strong ethos of continuous professional development.This means we can offer staff genuine opportunities to develop their careers, gaining experience working across a number of specialisms.


Registered Psychologist

 

Inclusion has extensive experience of working alongside and providing services to Clinical Commissioning Groups, Local Authority Public Health Teams, Police & Crime Commissioners, NOMS, NHS England and a broad range of public and voluntary sector institutions. Partnerships are important to us, we work with a range of providers to ensure there are comprehensive packages in place for our service users.

We are renowned for investing in and supporting our staff and have a strong ethos of continuous professional development.This means we can offer staff genuine opportunities to develop their careers, gaining experience working across a number of specialisms.

Are you looking for an opportunity to develop your skills in working with complex cases (including complex trauma and dual diagnosis)? Do you have an interest in developing the skills of other professionals within a prison mental health servi8ce? This is an exciting opportunity to join our teams in delivering first class mental health and substance misuse interventions within prisons across West Yorkshire.

the post will work alongside the existing postholder to cover HMPs New Hall, Wealstun, Leeds, Wakefiled and Askham Grange. The post may be filled by either full-time or part-time applicants.

We are looking for a HCPC registered practitioner psychologist (clinical, forensic or counselling) with at least 3 years post-qualification experience and ideally some experience of criminal justice and mental health services. You will have experience of delivering psychological assessments and interventions for mental health and substance misuse. You will enjoy working independently and have the skills to develop excellent working relationships with colleagues, prison staff, commissioners and service users.

You will be joining the supportive inclusion psychology team who meet regularly to explore issues and collaborate on research or development projects. We will support you to access regular clinical supervision and appropriate professional development.

Inclusion aims to combine public service values, which drive the most progressive elements within the NHS, with the commitment to tackling social exclusion shown by the best of the voluntary sector. We deliver a range of both criminal justice and community based Forensic Mental Health, Substance Misuse and IPAT Services.

If you would like to know more about the post, please contact Dr Alyson Smith (Psychology Lead) on 07968 470794 or Jim Barnard (Regional Lead) on 07815 566237.

 

 




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Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer and operates a no smoking at work policy.

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PLEASE NOTE: should we have a high volume of applications the Trust may close the vacancy early.


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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