Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Care Integrated Practice Unit
Career Level: Manager / Expert (Band: SM1/(NHS 8a)
Salary: from £41,098
Full time 37.5 hours per week
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Care IPU offers care, treatment and rehabilitation for adults with an acquired brain injury associated with challenging behaviour and/or offence-related risk and/or complex needs. It is recognised for being at the forefront of innovative service development, for its excellence in service delivery and rehabilitation practice, and for its ability to manage and reduce aggressive behaviour. The brain injury pathway extends from medium-secure through to community integration services.
A vacancy has arisen within the Psychology Team for a Clinical Psychologist in the Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Care Integrated Practice Unit. This position will particularly meet the needs of Clinical Psychologists who are in the early stages of their career in working with people with neurological disorders by providing excellent opportunities for delivering psychological input to a wide range of clients with varied needs. Clinical Psychologists in Training who are currently in their final year of study are welcome to apply.
The successful applicants will join an established team lead by a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and containing Clinical Psychologists, Assistant Psychologists and graduate volunteers/placement students. Your work will also be as part of an MDT alongside our highly regarded colleagues from Therapy, Nursing and Psychiatry Disciplines.
We offer competitive salaries and conditions of service that include opportunities for research, teaching and continuing professional development.
We offer an excellent benefits package including sickness policy on par with NHS, 38 days holiday per annum, car lease scheme, free parking, cycle to work scheme, childcare vouchers opportunities for teaching and continuing professional development.
For informal enquiries or to arrange a visit please contact Dr Keith G Jenkins, Lead Psychologist, on 01604 616459 or alternatively email: firstname.lastname@example.org