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Clinical Psychologists

Employer
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£51,488 - £88,884 per annum
Closing date
31 Mar 2024

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Discipline
Clinical
Level
Specialist
Contract Type
Full Time, Part Time, Flexible, Permanent

Clinical Psychologists - NHS Children and Young People’s Gender Service

Contract: Permanent: Fixed term and secondments also welcome
Location: London
Salary: £51,488 - £88,884 per annum

Job overview:

Unlock your potential and elevate your career by joining the NHS Children and Young People’s Gender Service located at a central London location. You will work in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team with strong leadership. We are dedicated to fostering a supportive work environment and professional growth.

What we’re looking for:

We are looking for health professionals ranging from band seven to eight including psychologists, psychotherapists, and family therapists. There are
a range of employment options available including full and part time options on fixed term, permanent and secondment contracts. We are offering attractive recruitment packages including:

• link graded posts
• offering a clear path for advancement
• training opportunities
• relocation support
• refer a friend bonus – up to £500 per referral

Main duties of the job:

The post holder will provide a specialist psychology service to the NHS Children and Young People’s Gender Service (London), including specialist assessment, treatment, planning, implementation, and monitoring of outcomes. Applicants should have experience of delivering high quality, evidence-based care to children and young people.

The post offers opportunities to develop leadership skills by enabling you to take a key role in a number of exciting service development initiatives.

A new clinical pathway has been developed, based on the recommendations of The Cass Review Interim Report, the NHS England interim service specification, and the expertise of many clinicians from across the Northern and Southern Hubs. The service will be delivered by a wide multi-disciplinary team including paediatricians, mental health practitioners, youth workers, nurses, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists. Who patients see will be dependent on the support and care they need.

Closing date: 31 March 2024.

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