Chartered Psychologist

Job Title: Chartered Psychologist
Location: London
Salary: Based on experience
Job Published: November 15, 2021 11:27

Job Description

Join a team that cares
Lexxic are the leaders in empowering neurodiversity in the workplace. We partner with organisations to create neuro-inclusive cultures and provide support services, so that neurodiverse talent can flourish.
Our goal is a simple one: to create a world where all minds belong. To do that, we need thinkers, doers, dreamers, innovators, and leaders. Passionate people who understand and who care. 
Leading the field
We are on an exciting journey growing and innovating at pace, so we are looking for great talent to join our team. A team that loves what they do, and it shows. Driven by our strong values, every day at Lexxic we make a difference that matters, taking us one step closer to achieving our vision of creating a world where all minds belong. So, if this sounds like you, and you thrive in an ambitious and fast-paced environment, you’ll fit right in!
As part of the next stage of our growth, we are excited to be recruiting for: 
  • Chartered Psychologists 
An inclusive workplace for all
We welcome all types of differences at Lexxic. The more diverse our team, the more insightful, imaginative, and inspirational our culture will be. If we can make any adjustments for you during the recruitment process, please do not hesitate to let us know. 
Let’s make a difference together.
Job Description – Chartered Psychologists
Role: Chartered Psychologists (Delivery and Supervisory positions across the UK/Ireland)
Reporting to: Head of Psychological Services
Location: Flexible 
Salary: Based on experience
Job type: Full-time/Part-time (minimum 3 days a week)
Sector: Occupational Psychology
Job Summary
People are our business. Driven by passion and results, you will be accountable for delivering high quality diagnostic assessments and reports for employment and higher education, with a desire to continually develop and share knowledge across a multidisciplinary team. You will have confidence, experience, and a passion for supporting individuals who are neurodiverse.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Conducting diagnostic assessments for Dyslexia, Dyspraxia (DCD) and other neurodifferences
  • Supervising and managing assistant Psychologists in work and on the Chartership process
  • Writing and proofreading reports
  • Developing and delivering training, both technical and non-technical (leadership skills etc)
Education and Experience Requirements:
  • Chartered Occupational/Clinical/Educational Psychologist
  • HCPC-registered
  • Experienced in assessing individuals with specific learning differences/neurodifferences
From anywhere
We all have the flexibility to work remotely from anywhere in the UK. As long as you are a team player and do great work, we don’t mind where you do it.
Further travel will be required throughout the UK and Ireland as required. Travel will be subject to public health guidelines relating to COVID-19. 
How to apply
Please send your CV and a one-page cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the opportunity, along with a quick description of the diagnostic tests you tend to use during assessments. 
Applications should be addressed to Cise Kilic, Lexxic’s Head of Psychological Services at  
Closing date for receipt of applications: 7th December 2021.
Working hours: 9 am to 5.30 pm  
Interviews: Initial interviews will take place via video conferencing. Date TBC.
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