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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 28/02/2021.

Clinical Psychologist (Band 7)

Job Reference: 376-DCCG-016

Employer:
Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
CAMHS Eating Disorder Hub
Location:
Conisbrough
Salary:
£38,890 to £44,503 pa

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week flexible to meet the needs of the service may include evening and weekend work when required in-line with Future-in-Mind and as part of the Out-of-Hours Service across the Business Division.

We are pleased to advertise this exciting opportunity for a Clinical Psychologist to join our CAMHS Community Eating Disorder Service (CEDS). We are a dynamic and proactive service that delivers evidence-based interventions to support children, young people and their families to manage or overcome their eating disorder across Rotherham, Doncaster and North Lincolnshire localities. We provide systemic and individual therapies, as well as physical monitoring, Dietetic and Psychiatric input, as appropriate to each young person’s needs. We work principally in the community, but also in-reach into Paediatric and Psychiatric in-patient settings.

The post holder will have a key role in the assessment and formulation functions of the service, as well in delivering specialist psychological interventions and case holding their own caseload. A specific interest in Eating Disorders and/or systemic working would be an advantage. This post is a new addition to the service and the successful candidate will also have responsibility for helping to shape the future role of Psychology within the service.

The CAMHS Business Division is part of the Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP-IAPT) collaborative. The service is working towards the ‘Delivering with, delivering well’ principles which CYP-IAPT is underpinned by, including providing self-referral processes, active participation of young people in the service design and delivery and the use of routine outcome measures to support care planning and interventions.

You will be based in Conisbrough, but will work across Rotherham, Doncaster and Scunthorpe, supporting CEDS in each locality.

For further information please contact Tom Brockwell (Eating Disorder Pathway Lead) on 07810 630288 or Wendy Green (Lead Eating Disorder Nurse) on 01302 566980.

We reserve the right to close down this advert early should there be a high number of applicants.

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We are committed to recruiting candidates who share the commitment to safeguarding, and therefore we apply robust recruitment and selection procedures to ensure that the people selected are right for the job, and that all candidates are appropriately screened prior to appointment and periodically during their employment

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The first 6 months of employment with the Trust will be a probationary period which may be extended by the Trust for a further 6 months.




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