An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Psychologist to join a dynamic and innovative Psychology team at Zero Three Care supporting adults with learning disabilities and autism living in residential and supported living homes. Applications from newly qualified Psychologists are encouraged.
The Psychology team strives to make a real difference for people with learning disabilities and/or autism and their support workers. You would be joining a well-resourced team made up of a Clinical Psychologist, two Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners, Clinical Assistants, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, and a Data Entry Clerk. Caseloads enable both short and long-term clinical work. We adopt a PBS framework, thus you will have the time to conduct comprehensive assessments; develop formulations in collaboration with service users and staff teams; and support the implementation of new approaches and interventions. Alongside this you will have opportunities to develop your skills in therapy, group facilitation, training, service development and research, and supervision.
The service benefits from a generous CPD budget. CPD is actively encouraged; the team hold two meetings each month to share academic papers, trainings, or update on advances in the field. Monthly clinical supervision is arranged with a Clinical Psychologist, alongside monthly team peer supervision sessions.
Other benefits include:
- NEST pension scheme
- Membership of Benefits platform which includes employee assistance programme, retail discounts, gym membership discounts, cycle to work scheme and much more.
- Long service awards starting at 2 years service.
Applications of a CV and cover letter to be sent to Mike@zerothreecarehomes.co.uk
For further details about the role, please contact Dr Duncan Harris (Head of Clinical Services / Clinical Psychologist) via firstname.lastname@example.org or 07801 594071.
Zero Three Care aspires to develop its reputation in the provision of high-quality specialist services to people with a learning disability. We offer a range of valued and meaningful opportunities to actively support and empower people with a learning disability and associated difficulties to participate in activities which enhance the quality of their lives. We work in partnership with parents and/or carers, the local community and local services in order to expand support networks, thus promoting independence and ensuring that service users are fully included in the running of their home and are respected as part of the local community. We ensure that services are responsive and well led, endorsing an attitude of openness and transparency to ensure the wellbeing and safety of all. We employ caring, compassionate and enabling staff who will receive excellent training, enjoy their work and who will be encouraged to take a flexible and innovative approach, pushing the boundaries of what it is possible to achieve. This provides an excellent atmosphere in which service users can grow and challenge assumptions that they and others may have made about their lives.