Do you want to further your career as a Psychologist and be part of our highly regarded clinical team renowned for delivering leading edge approaches for people living with brain injury?
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) currently has a number of exciting opportunities for dedicated and enthusiastic Psychologists who want to make a real difference to the lives of people living with an acquired brain injury (ABI).
Who is The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust?
BIRT is part of the Disabilities Trust, a leading national charity providing specialist community-based and residential support for adults with acquired brain injury, complex physical or learning disabilities and for people with autism, including education. The Trust’s brain injury services provide specialist assessment and rehabilitation services for people suffering a disability as a result of a brain injury.
Our services support people with brain injuries to regain the skills they have lost through neurorehabilitation. We provide the clinical expertise and treatment which helps us understand the effects of a brain injury on a person’s cognitive, emotional, physical and social skills. Our clinical teams use a range of therapies to respond to ongoing assessments of these skills, including physiotherapy, psychological therapy, music therapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy which make positive, game-changing outcomes for people with brain injury
Accepting referrals from a wide range of agencies and commissioning care foundations, including health, social services, medico-legal professionals and other service providers. Our clinical expertise, outstanding facilities and dedication to care mean that our service users are able to develop a recovery plan that suits their exact needs.
We improve the lives of people with brain injuries across the UK. Our two hospitals, 14 assessment and rehabilitation centres and 28 services in the community support them to regain the skills they have lost. From rehabilitation to long-term care, our brain injury services help people to move forward with their lives. www.thedtgroup.org/brain-
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If you are motivated to create the right outcomes for people living with ABI, can support people along neuro-rehabilitation pathways, have a track record of delivering the highest standards in psychological assessment and care, and want to be part of our great team, we are currently seeking to recruit Psychologists for the following roles and locations:
Clinical Psychologist (four roles) – salary £38,890 to £44,053 based at:
- West Heath House, Birmingham
- Daniel Yorath House, Leeds
- York House, York - salary £38,890 to £44,503 (One Year Fixed Term Contract)
- FEN House, Ely in Cambridgeshire - salary £45,750 - £51,668
Principal Psychologist (may include sponsorship to complete QiCN) – salary £53,168 to £62,001, based at Thomas Edward Mitton House, Milton Keynes
Consultant Neuropsychologist – salary £71,365 to £76,914 (31 hours pro-rata) based at
Graham Anderson House, Glasgow
All salaries dependant on experience.
- Competitive salary
- Working hours 35 hours per week (unless specified), flexible working options will be considered
- Pension scheme
- 38 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays) (39 days annual leave including bank holidays for roles based in Scotland)
- Excellent training, development and support
- Group life assurance
- Eye voucher scheme
- Long service and staff awards
- Free parking
- Nationwide employee staff discounts including discounted gym membership, eating out and shopping.
If these positions are of interest to you, please apply with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org