Consultant Psychologist, Neurodevelopmental Pathway

Job Title: Consultant Psychologist, Neurodevelopmental Pathway
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Birmingham
Salary: £63,751 to £73, 664
Contact Name: Raman Kaur
Contact Email:
Job Published: September 30, 2021 16:51

Job Description

Children’s Community Therapy Services

Children and Families Division

Job Role: Consultant Psychologist, Neurodevelopmental Pathway.

Location:  City wide service, locations are various, and will include community/educational settings

Grade: Band 8c

Salary: £63,751 to £73, 664.

Hours: Part time & Full time

Contract type: Permanent – full and part-time

Job Overview

We are friendly Neurodevelopmental Team with a supportive management team. We are looking for a Psychologist with great leadership, dynamic vision and great innovation skills to come and join us!

  • Are you passionate about a developing a systems approach to neurodevelopmental working?
  • Are you wanting to apply your innovative skills to build and develop a psychology, AHP workforce with strong links to communities in Birmingham?
  • Do you enjoy the prospect of working in a specialised environment, where intervention starts the moment you meet a family?
  • Do you want to work in a vibrant city with a range of multicultural communities and be part of an inclusive Trust which is keen to reduce inequalities?
  • We are developing an international virtual team as part of our MDT. Sound interesting? Come and join us!

We want to meet you!

Main duties

We are delighted to be able to offer you an opportunity to connect with your values and skills as a psychologist. An opportunity that brings together psychological formulation and needs based diagnostic approaches to deliver outcomes and profound impact for children and families within their systems.  

We have commissioned a highly recommended national advisor in improving the Neurodevelopmental Pathway to bring to fruition Clinical Excellence and new clinical thinking. Come and take the mantel to develop this pathway to the next level.

We have a supportive and progressive Team of Psychologists across the Trust who you will join for regularly for Professional Supervision and CPD opportunities. We also have strong links with local Universities with active research taking place.

We work closely with Forward Thinking Birmingham CAMHs to support our children and families with mental health presentations.

If you have any questions please contact:

Raman Kaur. Divisional Lead for AHPs


Dr Neal McCathie. Divisional Medical Director


Dr Marisa Lewis. Neurodevelopmental Pathway Improvement Clinical Lead


Information about Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust can also be accessed via the website at  and applications can be completed on line at or, for an application pack, please contact the Centralised Recruitment Team, Priestly Wharf Birmingham  0121 466 6262.