Clinical Lead - Children and Families Service
Salary Range: £63,207 - £65,382
The Hackney Children and Families Clinical Service is an innovative service with a strong learning culture and commitment to increasing access to high quality mental health support for children and families who are known to Children's Social Care, Young Hackney, Family Support Services and the YOT; along with psychologically-informed support and consultation.
We are looking for a well-established senior Clinical Psychologist or Psychotherapist who is a highly motivated individual, team player, and committed to Hackney Children and Families Services' shared values: being collaborative and respectful; innovative and creative; child and family focussed and responsive to wider context; strengths-based and reflective; having high aspirations for children and being purposeful, timely and solution focussed.
You will provide senior clinical leadership for our integrated psychological therapies MDT, working closely with the Systemic Lead and supporting the Head of Clinical Practice as part of the wider clinical management team. You will be someone who continually strives for best practice; is committed to clinical governance and service development; and who is able to work within and across services, including the wider City and Hackney CAMHS Alliance partnership. This post includes a clinical leadership role for Looked After Children and Permanency.
We work within a Systemically-oriented approach to practice and offer a range of evidence-based psychological interventions to children and families. You would be expected to bring knowledge and experience of delivering high quality CAMHS or equivalent services to children and families; as well as relevant experience of service development, strategic partnership working, management and clinical supervision within an MDT context. Experience and enthusiasm for supporting and consulting within an interdisciplinary context is also key, as our integrated clinical service supports Social Workers and Early Help services as a central part of our remit.
Hackney is one of the UK’s highest performing local authorities, serving one of London’s best places to live and work. We have achieved a huge amount: our services, our schools, our public spaces are all amongst the very best. We have changed the reputation, not just of the Council, but of Hackney itself. Bringing jobs and investment into the borough, securing the legacy from the 2012 Games, and making this a place of which we can all be proud.
If you want to work in a place where you can represent our values so we achieve the best for our residents, please click on the apply button below.
The recruitment process is anonymous. Therefore, we do not accept supporting statements or CVs.
When applying, there will be a number of questions relating to the post on the application form. It is essential that you complete the application questions, responding to each using examples of your skills, knowledge and experience.
This application process replaces a supporting statement.
Closing date for applications: 28 February 2021
Interview Date: To be advised
For further information about this role, please contact Temitope Ademosu, Head of Service, Children and Families Clinical Service at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also working towards our vision, which is to be a place for everyone; where residents and staff can be proud; a place that celebrates diversity and where everyone can feel valued, included and involved. In order to achieve this, we look for people who are: Proud; Ambitious; Pioneering; Open; Proactive; Inclusive.
Hackney Council works to eradicate discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy and maternity, age and marital status. We also recognise that people can be disadvantaged by their social and economic circumstances, so we will also work to eliminate discrimination and disadvantage caused by social class. We also welcome those interested in flexible working. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, as this group is currently under represented in our workforce.