Reporting to: Clinical Director
Level: Minimum 3 years experience
Hours: 1/2 days / week (flexible hours)
Location: Nationwide and remote
Clinical Psychologist – ADI/ADOS Trained desirable
Salary: Competitive remuneration offered
Be part of a team of gold standard clinicians who are making a real difference
Who we are and what we do:
Here at Questa, we are focused on building dynamic and effective clinical teams that are of outstanding clinical quality. Our main area of expertise is carrying out gold standard assessments and post diagnostic support for Neurodiverse conditions across different age ranges.
We are now embarking on a very exciting area of growth and developing our very own multidisciplinary service working across Hampshire, Surrey and the South of England and seeking to appoint a psychologist to offer assessments and post diagnostic support of Autism Spectrum Conditions.
- Our ethos is to deliver the very best in evidence-based therapy
- Our vision is to work alongside friendly clinicians who are passionate about what they do
- Our objective is to make the very best clinical interventions available to everyone
By joining Questa, you will:
- Be part of a crucial growth stage within our organisation
- Be part of a supportive team lead by highly experienced clinical leads
- Report to a highly skilled and experienced Clinical Director
- Grow and develop yourself as a clinician and be part of the conversation and be a part of the team
- Be supported by our own internal administrative team
- Have access to an Assistant Psychologist
- Will have the opportunity to train in carrying out ADI/ADOS
Are you someone who:
- Wants to develop as a clinician and be part of the discussion?
- Feels passionately about delivering outstanding clinical quality?
- Would excel in the opportunity to supervise an Assistant Psychologist?
- Can bring contributions to the ongoing service development work around the assessment and post diagnostic support pathway?
If so, read on to find out more about this exciting new development within our team.
The role involves, but is not restricted to:
- The gathering of comprehensive developmental histories through clinical interview with parent/carers
- Autism Diagnostic Interview (ADI)
- Structured observational assessments using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS)
- Psychometric assessments and use of various tools and measures.
The successful candidate will have knowledge of, and experience in working with and assessing ASD and comorbidities across age ranges.
They will also have experience of working as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
A Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (or equivalent) and professional registration/memberships with HCPC/BPS are essential.
Hours and Salary:
This is a flexible position ranging from a minimum of 1/2 days (14 hours of clinical work) possibly to full time full time (37.5 hrs) post. Self-employed or permanent.
Interview date: TBC
For further details, contact Hayley Fuller, Relationship Director, with your C.V.