Clinical Psychologists

Job Title: Clinical Psychologists
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Stamullin
Salary: Competitive Salary
Job Published: February 08, 2019 14:18

Job Description

Talbot Disability Services offers a specialist service for individuals with behaviours of concern or behaviours that challenge. These behaviours can be due to intellectual disability, autism, acquired brain injury, mental health difficulties or a complex combination of these. The core characteristic is that the behaviours are to such a degree that they hinder the persons full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others. Talbot Disability Services has a range of houses on the site in Stamullen, Co. Meath (Ireland) as well as in the wider community with a graded level of support that ensures an individual can have a unique care pathway mapped against their evolving needs and skills. The core values of Dignity, Respect, Kindness and Engagement underpin the person-centred service we provide. The aim of the service is firstly to enhance the individual’s quality of life and second to promote more adaptive interactions between a person and their environment.

Want to be a part of our expanding psychology team making a real, positive difference to people’s lives? We are now recruiting for the following roles;

Senior Clinical/Counselling Psychologist: taking an active role in developing and guiding the direction of the psychology department to meet the needs of adults with intellectual disabilities/mental health difficulties and challenging behaviour as well as offering supervision to trainees and assistant psychologists.

Staff Grade Clinical/Counselling Psychologist: To contribute to the assessment, intervention and treatment of adults with intellectual disabilities/mental health difficulties and challenging behaviour.

Sessional Psychologists: With the expanding nature of the service there are some specific, discreet pieces of sessional work available. This can be things like working on emotional literacy, complicated grief, and understanding socially appropriate interactions

Reporting to the Head of Psychology, and as a member of the psychology team, suitable applicants will be capable of operating independently and also provide guidance and mentoring to the other members of the team in best practice professional standards of service provision.  This role will provide a challenging and rewarding experience for the successful candidate in a truly progressive and innovative working environment.

To request a job specification or to apply for a position please submit a copy of your current CV and accompanying letter outlining your suitability to the position to on/before 3rd March 2019.

Informal enquiries should be made to Dr. Sam Gower, Head of Psychology, 018412660 or

Click here for the Staff Grade Psychologist full job description: Staff Grade Psychologist JD.docx