Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist

Job Title: Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £49,269 depending on experience and qualifications
Job Published: June 05, 2017 13:16

Job Description

Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist – £49,269 depending on experience and qualifications

Full or part-time, or compressed hours.


This is a unique opportunity to develop and apply your evidence-based psychological expertise to meet the requirements of Government department clients. 

Your role:

Joining our team of specialist behavioural psychologists, you’ll work on a variety of fast-paced, high- value and exceptionally rewarding projects. Adapting your skills in a unique public sector context, you’ll ensure we conduct detailed, psychological assessments to inform management of risk, staff selection and staff welfare. 

Your skills:

An experienced clinical psychologist, you’ve already had the opportunity to consolidate expert skills in a consultancy context. You’re able to work closely with multidisciplinary customers whose referrals will include: requests for individual and team psychological assessment, risk assessment and risk management advice; the development and facilitation of high-level training courses; together with a number of ad hoc projects and small-scale research.

Comfortable working autonomously, and confident making judgement calls, you have the interpersonal skills to supervise junior team members and build good working relationships with colleagues. More specifically, you’ll be an HCPC-registered clinical psychologist with a 2:1 in Psychology (or conversion to Psychology via a Master’s degree). Ideally, you’ll have some experience in forensics, occupational psychology or behavioural science. 

What you can expect

In return, you’ll enjoy working in a structured environment that offers extensive support and encourages professional development and peer review.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to

To apply, you must be a born or naturalized British citizen, over 21 years old and normally have been based in the UK for the majority of the last ten years.