Clinical or Forensic Psychologist - Men’s Mental Health Pathway
Salary: up to £45,000 (dependent on experience)
Hours: Full-time 37.5 per week, part time hours may be considered
St Andrew’s Birmingham is a 128 bedded adult mental healthcare facility, located in Stirchley, Birmingham.
It currently comprises eight units which cover medium, enhanced low and low security. Six of the wards form part of the Men’s mental Health Pathway. The remaining two low secure wards form part of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder Pathway and the Women’s Pathway respectively.
Permanent and 12 month fixed term contracts are available
Your role with us
We are currently looking to appoint a qualified Clinical or Forensic Psychologist who has experience of this complex and challenging population and has skills and experience relevant to forensic mental health. We would consider newly qualified psychologists.
Psychology is highly valued within the service and embedded within a multi-disciplinary approach. The post holder will be fully involved in the development, delivery and evaluation of a range of assessments and formulation-led interventions.
There will be opportunities for joint professional work and involvement in clinical supervision, support and training and we actively support innovation and research. The successful applicant can look forward to receiving good support and supervision and will play a vital part in the promotion of this service. Participation in continued professional development is encouraged.
We offer an excellent benefits package including pension, sickness policy on par with NHS, up to 38 days holiday, life cover, car lease scheme, free parking, cycle to work scheme, childcare vouchers & access to vocational qualifications.
Dependent upon experience, some posts will attract an additional clinical allowance.
To find out more
Please apply for informal enquiries or to arrange a visit please contact Dr Michelle Ginty, Consultant Psychologist on 0121 432 2103 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 23rd July 2017