Providing exceptional rehabilitation, long term
complex care and community support.
Providing exceptional rehabilitation, long term complex care and community support.
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An exciting opportunity has arisen within Peartree House Rehabilitation in Southampton for an enthusiastic Band 7/8 Clinical Psychologist with experience in neuropsychology to join our highly developed inter-disciplinary team on a part-time or fulltime basis. The post-holder will work closely alongside our dynamic and supportive multi-disciplinary team, which includes Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, and a full time Clinical Psychologist.
Peartree House Rehabilitation is a private specialist unit based in Southampton, dedicated to providing assessment, treatment and management to people with an acquired brain injury or neurological condition. Through active neurological rehabilitation, slow stream rehabilitation or long-term complex care, we pride ourselves on providing goal-driven, patient-centred interventions. The service focuses on managing a range of deficits caused by an acquired brain injury and neurological problems, with the aim of reintegration into community, family, social, education and work situations.
Peartree House Rehabilitation fosters a learning environment and actively supports Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for all staff. There is a keen interest in developing and sharing knowledge, with regular opportunities to complete in-service training and attendance at conferences/courses. Access to regular external clinical supervision is supported within the post.
Responsibilities and Duties
The post holder will help to provide a psychology service to Peartree House residents, whilst also offering intervention to those who are supported within our Peartree Community service. This may require some travel to see clients in their own homes.
You will be expected to work independently to provide a range of specialised cognitive, behavioural and emotional assessments and rehabilitation to clients.
You will need to demonstrate the ability to communicate complex, sensitive and emotive information to a range of people, some of whom may have serious neurological, cognitive, and/or behavioural difficulties.
The role extends to supervision of psychology colleagues, working with families and support networks (where appropriate), key-working, liaison with other agencies, opportunities for running groups, consultation and training/provision of support to other staff.
The post offers a fantastic opportunity to work collaboratively within a highly skilled and experienced multi-disciplinary team, promoting psychological approaches to assessment and intervention within neurorehabilitation.
All applicants must have HCPC registration. Excellent teamworking, communication and organisational skills are essential.
Does this sound like the job for you?
If you would like to find out more about this post, or to arrange a visit, please contact Remi Katsande, General Manager, Dr Sharon Fielder, Clinical Psychologist or Dr Gen Gallyer, Clinical Psychologist on 02380 448168.
Qualifications and Skills
- HCPC Registration
- 8 hour shift
In return we offer:
- Bonus Scheme
- Company events
- Company pension
- Cycle to work scheme
- Discounted or free food
- Flexible schedule
- On-site parking
- Wellness programmes
- Work from home
Job Types: Full-time
Salary: £42,121 to £53,219 /year