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HCPC Registered Forensic and Clinical Psychologists

Job Title: HCPC Registered Forensic and Clinical Psychologists
Contract Type: Flexible
Location: United Kingdom
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Salary: Payment per case / Fee structure available from Administration Team
Job Published: October 30, 2020 08:16

Job Description

Psychological Service UK Ltd (PSUK) are looking to recruit HCPC Registered Forensic and Clinical Psychologists to join our successful team of self-employed associates. As a PSUK associate, you will be working on either a full or part-time basis, undertaking psychological risk assessments of prison residents who are eligible for parole. You will also have an opportunity to undertake psychological assessments of parents in family cases, along with occasional capacity assessments of criminal defendants pre-trial. Whilst experience in each of these areas is desirable, our team of case mentors will ensure that you are fully supported as you build up your knowledge of the various processes adopted and the interventions and options available for the clients you assess.

Established in 2007, PSUK has continued to expand its team of associates over the past decade in order to meet the demands of several longstanding contracts we have in place with HMPPS, the NHS, G4S and Sodexo Justice Services. As a result of the reputation we have built over time and our capacity to deliver a large volume of work, we are currently working with commercial teams of large organisations to secure new contracts over the coming months, hence the planned further expansion of our team.  

As an associate of PSUK, you will enjoy a wealth of benefits, to include access to regular work that can be undertaken around your existing employment and family commitments. You will also have the support of an experienced team of case mentors and an opportunity to engage in regular CPD (currently provided virtually). You will have opportunities to travel and work in prison locations throughout the UK, with travel and overnight expenses covered. Alternatively, you may wish to work closer to home so you’re still able to attend to important family and childcare commitments. All assessment kits and materials are provided and shipped to you at no cost, so you won’t have to make these expensive purchases in order to work with us.

As a PSUK associate, you will benefit from working alongside and learning from experienced colleagues, both within our team but also across the public and private prison estates. You will also enjoy being a part of our PSUK community, where we use a range of communication forums to make sure each of our associates feels valued, empowered, resilient and supported at all times. PSUK is not an agency. Instead, we adopt a very different model which places associate support and wellbeing at the forefront of our approach to service delivery. Our team of friendly and knowledgeable administrators are also on hand to manage all your invoicing and administration needs, leaving you to focus on your important role in helping to rehabilitate offenders, improving the lives of families and protecting the public.

If you would like to be a part of our team, please contact kathryn@psuk.co in our administration team, who will be able to provide you with an application pack containing information on our fee structure (upon receipt of your CV). Alternatively, you can contact kerry@psuk.co if you have any questions about the role or wish to know more about our company, the services we provide and how we work to support and develop our associates. You might also want to take a look at our website for further information - www.psuk.co