Occupational Psychologists

Job Title: Occupational Psychologists
Location: United Kingdom
Salary: up to £45,000 depending upon experience
Job Published: November 22, 2021 12:26

Job Description

SSCL is a successful business process outsourcing organisation that is transitioning to recruitment process outsourcing.

We are looking to build Organisational Psychology capability and are seeking to employ two Occupational Psychologists to join a growing core team.

You will consult to public sector clients providing design, delivery and evaluation expertise.

This is a role for someone who enjoys working end to end, innovation and continuous improvement while working in a positive collaborate manner with clients and colleagues.

Key responsibilities

  • Design, delivery and evaluation of assessment (for recruitment and promotion) core and augmenting processes and materials.
  • A willingness to innovate and work with new technologies. And research new and emerging assessment processes/ methods, with a view to continuous improvement.
  • Provide appropriate occupational psychology consultancy to clients and senior managers to ensure best practice, ethical, future proof solutions.
  • Use of appropriate statistical methods/ techniques/ data interrogation to ensure assessment solutions are robust, fair, reliable and valid. A keen eye on increasing diversity and reducing adverse impact.
  • Comfortable leading teams and working collaboratively/ successfully in teams, flexing and supporting team members.
  • Demonstrable positive stakeholder and client management experience. The ability to interact with clients in a positive, confident and credible manner. Able to build and maintain strong working relationships.

Desirable Skills

  • Chartered status, or equivalent level of professional qualification, or be actively working towards achieving recognised status. Registered Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Multiple psychometric accreditations.
  • Experience of applying occupational psychology in a public sector setting.

Coaching and facilitation skills

  • MBA or similar business degree.

The organisation has a strong positive culture and the role offers excellent benefits and remote working.

If you are interested in this role but not sure if your skills and experience are exactly what we’re looking for, please do apply, we’d love to hear from you!

Employment Type Full-time, Permanent

Location UK, remote

Security Clearance Level SC/NPPV1

Internal Recruiter Soraya

Salary up to £45,000 depending upon experience

Benefits 25 days annual leave with the option to buy additional days, generous flexible benefits package which includes Private Dental insurance, Private Medical insurance, and many more to choose from.


Although this role is advertised as full-time, we believe that flexibility at work can promote work/life balance, increase your motivation, reduce stress and improve performance and productivity. We support different ways of working and can offer a range of flexible working arrangements. So, if you’re interested and need to work flexibly, we encourage you to apply and talk to us about what might be possible.

Loved reading about this job and want to know more about our company?

The company was established as a joint venture between the Cabinet Office and Sopra Steria Ltd, in 2013 as part of the Government’s Shared Services Strategy for Smarter Government programme and operates from four regional centres of excellence: Blackpool; Newcastle; Newport; and York.

As a trading name of Shared Services Connected Ltd, SSCL has established an enviable track record in the design and delivery of large-scale innovative HR, Payroll, IT, and Finance & Accounting solutions to significantly improve efficiencies and enhance service levels across government and public sector.

Our clients include a number of government agencies including the Department for Work and Pensions, Environment Agency Department for Education, Ministry of Justice and Home Office as well as the Metropolitan Police Service and the Construction Industry Training Board. 


We embrace difference as a source of creativity, innovation and competitive advantage and welcome applications from people with a diverse variety of backgrounds and identities. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or marital status.

If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process, to enable you to perform to the best of your ability, please let us know when completing your application.