Title: Junior Assistant Psychologist(s) Full/Part-time (Variety of locations)
Employer: Lexxic – Adult Dyslexia & Neuro Differences – Psychological Services for Organisations
Location: Time will be divided between working from home and at Lexxic Centres and/ or customer premisies. Travel is a key element of this role and the applicant should be located within reasonable distance to the following areas: London / Leicester / Manchester / Liverpool / Sheffield / Nottingham
Lexxic Ltd. is a consultancy service which aims to support employees and organisations with the tools they need to achieve their full potential. Celebrating ten years in existence in 2017, we are a team of highly qualified psychologists who operate throughout the UK and Ireland.
We specialise in providing neurodiversity services to adults in areas related to Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, Cognitive Processing Difficulties, Mental Health and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In addition, we are passionate about technology and provide other online and e-learning services worldwide.
Our customer base consists of large and small organisations, including both national and multi-national brands in many sectors. Some of our clients include Government, Financial Institutions, Management Consultancies, Police, Engineering and many more.
We are currently looking for applicants who are flexible, professional and open to learning within a fast-growing business. We support all new starters to get up to speed on of our services by providing quality materials, training, mentoring and feedback along the way.
In return, you will get to experience a diverse range of organisations and experience how our services are delivered across many different customers.
As a Junior Assistant Psychologist you will have a relevant Psychology degree plus MSc in Occupational Psychology.
You will have experience of supporting individuals with specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, or mental health conditions, and delivering training/coaching. You will also have strong attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and know how to manage your time.
The role would also include (but is not restricted to) conducting the following tasks in relation to various areas including Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, ASD, Cognitive Processing Difficulties, and Mental Health:
- Supporting with the psychological aspects of the business, such as delivering assessments and coaching
- Writing and proofreading reports
- Delivering training and coaching
- Supporting colleagues with their workload
- Supporting meet-ups in your area
- Educating clients about our services in relation to business development activity for the business
Working hours: Full-time or part-time opportunities are available within the following hours of operation: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.30pm. Travel outside of these hours will be required within your region, but time off in lieu will be provided for travel where applicable.
Salary range: £21-26k depending on experience. There is also the opportunity to work towards the qualification of a Chartered Occupational Psychologist (Stage 2).
How to Apply: Send your CV plus a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the job as well as how your experience matches the selection criteria.
Contact Name: Susie Philips Baker, Business Psychologist
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 21st July 2017