Lexxic is a specialist psychological consultancy focussing on neurodiversity in the workplace. Established in 2007, we are a team of psychologists who support Occupational Health Providers, FTSE 100 companies and government bodies create environments that empower neurodiverse minds.
As part of Lexxic’s next stage of development, we are excited to create and recruit two new leadership roles within the organisation. These roles are Chartered Psychologist and Assistant Psychologist.
This is an opportunity for forward-thinking psychologists to support our continuing growth and ensure our services are delivered to the highest quality standards for our clients.
You will be an ambassador for Lexxic for many of the most progressive companies in the UK, as well as playing a critical role in developing innovative services that build upon Lexxic’s culture and reinforce our values.
The roles are hands-on which will suit someone who embraces building projects from the ground up and working in a collaborative and mission driven team environment. You will have the opportunity to define priorities in partnership with the leadership team and manage staff across different levels of the organisation. Creativity and innovation are key elements of Lexxic’s culture and there will be no shortage of opportunities to implement new ideas.
To apply for either of these roles, please attach your CV and a one-page Cover Letter detailing your skills and experience. In addition, please let us know what attracts you to the role you are applying for and your key values.
Applications should be addressed to Rebecca Wones, Director of Psychological Assessment; firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Wones may also be contacted should you have questions about either position or schedule an informal conversation.
To learn more about Lexxic, please visit; http://www.lexxic.com.
Reporting to: Director of Psychological Assessment
- Work directly with the CEO and Director of Psychological Assessment in all aspects of Lexxic’s services. This includes input into areas such as resourcing, psychological best practice, development of policies and procedures, people management, succession planning and growth.
- To have responsibility for the development of staff through the Qualification in Occupational Psychology through supervision of members of the Lexxic team. This includes ensuring that submissions are being completed and that these are submitted on a regular basis.
- To have involvement in best practice for the neurodiversity psychological processes within Lexxic by understanding and monitoring the end to end assessment procedure, the quality of reporting and ensuring adherence to best practice and appropriate guidelines.
- Responsibility for signing off reports and diagnostics where required and providing feedback to aid staff development.
- To undertake assessments where required, or when a chartered psychologist has been requested by the client.
- Collaborate with the client development team to provide advice and guidance on psychological services to existing and new clients.
- Designing training material for clients and delivering these to senior level professionals.
- To be part of the research that Lexxic is undertaking by supporting analysis of reporting data and develop publications within Lexxic relating to psychological services and suggesting changes to services where appropriate.
- To offer supervision and support across all staff, where appropriate, when dealing with complex client cases.
- To deliver training to staff where appropriate to ensure their knowledge and skills are up to date.
- To identify and attend appropriate training for your CPD and that links in with business objectives and to disseminate this to the rest of the team.
- To develop links with partner organisations in order to promote Lexxic services and build reciprocal working relationships.
- You will be a Chartered Occupational Psychologist who is post qualified 2 years, who is on the BPS RAPPS register and HCPC registered.
- Self managed and strategic individual that has experience of working within management and is looking for an opportunity to work within a passionate, innovative and growing company;
- In-depth understanding of neurodiversity and/or mental health conditions
Working hours: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.30pm. Travel outside of these hours will be required, but time off in lieu will be provided for travel where applicable. Part-time and flexible working patterns will also be considered.
We have several clients located throughout the UK and occasional travel to these sites will be expected in this role.
Salary: Commensurate with experience. Lexxic also offers a competitive benefits package. There may be an opportunity for part time working, should this be the case salary will be pro-rata.
Assistant Psychologist and Case Manager
Reporting to: Business Psychologist
Location: Yorkshire, Northwest, Cambridge and surrounding area, East Anglia, Devon, Cornwall, Somerset.
Within the Assistant Psychologist role, you will become involved in delivering our psychological services related to Dyslexia, Dyspraxia (DCD), Dyscalculia, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Conditions and mental health difficulties. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Meeting with clients to administer assessments, deliver training and coaching;
- Delivering phone-based assessments;
- Educating clients about our services in relation to business development;
- Writing and proofreading reports;
- Working with Chartered Psychologists.
This is a dual role involving both case management and assistant psychologist duties. Upon your successful appointment you will be working within the case management team to assist in your initial training and experience. Following this you will then receive full training to deliver Lexxic services as required, primarily, in your geographical area.
- You will have a relevant Psychology degree plus MSc in Occupational Psychology;
- You will be able to demonstrate high levels of initiative and self-motivation and a passion for providing high levels of customer service;
- You will have experience of supporting individuals with neurodiverse conditions, such as dyslexia, or mental health conditions, and delivering training/coaching;
- An interest in the areas of diversity and wellbeing and enabling individuals to reach their full potential;
- You will show strong attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication, and time management skills;
- There will be evidence of relevant or transferable experience of working with clients in a busy environment.
- At Lexxic we value a motivation to progress your career in this field, and the potential to enrol on the qualification of Occupational Psychology (QOP) (Stage 2).
Within the Case Management Team you will manage the flow of referrals to Lexxic and provide a professional and personal service to our clients as the first point of contact for the organisation. You will develop your knowledge of Neurodiverse conditions and the company while undertaking varied tasks in a fast-paced role. Specific duties will include the following:
- Educating customers in our services;
- Answering and fielding client queries;
- Organising appointments and managing diaries;
- Building relationships with customers;
- Supporting with the organisation of conferences and other events;
- Supporting with the delivery of our online services;
- Entering data and maintaining accuracy in Lexxic’s CRM;
- Other office management and administrative tasks;
- Supporting the wider organisation and team.
- Understanding of and adherence to Lexxic policies and procedures including data protection.
Working hours: Full-time: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.30pm
How to Apply: Submit a one page cover letter, explaining why you are suitable for the job role, plus your CV to Rebecca Wones; email@example.com.
Closing date for receipt of applications: 28th February 2020
Assessment Centre and Interviews will take place on Date to be confirmed
Lexxic is an equal opportunities employer.