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Clinical Psychologist

Job Title: Clinical Psychologist
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Inverness
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Salary: Band 8a NHS AfC - £40,833 - £49,000
Reference: ClinPsy-High
Contact Name: Rebecca Fox
Contact Email: rebecca.fox@maggiescentres.org
Job Published: March 19, 2018 14:37

Job Description

Maggie's is currently seeking a collaborative and enthusiastic Clinical Psychologist to join the team in our Highlands Centre on a permanent basis. 

The post-holder, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team will be responsible for the provision of a high quality and specialist programme of psychological and emotional support. 

The post-holder will be responsible for the facilitation of support groups, networking groups, workshops, courses and lectures, and will have responsibility for enabling people affected by cancer to access all appropriate elements of Maggie’s programme of support.

They will be responsible for providing teaching input with regard to Maggie’s model of psychosocial support and the theoretical and cultural underpinnings to the programme within the local community.

They will be responsible for facilitating weekly staff support and supervision meetings, and will contribute to staff training as required.

They will also participate in and contribute to MKJCCCT programme of psychosocial research in relation to their own Centre.

The succuessful candidate will have their postgraduate doctoral level training in psychology (or its equivalent for those trained prior to 1996) and experience of contributing to multi-disciplinary team working.

In addition to a rewarding career, Maggie’s offers a range of staff benefits including competitive holiday entitlement, childcare vouchers, workplace pension, option to apply to continue NHS pension, sick pay scheme and travel and cycle loans.

To view a full job description and for further details on how to apply please click on the link to visit the Maggie's website. 

This post will close on Monday the 9th April at 10am. 

Interviews will take place on the 18th April.