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Clinical Psychologist | Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Job details
Posting date: 02 June 2024
Salary: Not specified
Additional salary information: £43,742 - £57,349 per annum
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 03 July 2024
Location: Scunthorpe, DN16 1AL
Company: Rotherham Doncaster & South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 6269046/376-NLTT-021


These positions in RDASH North Lincs Care Group offer a fantastic opportunity for early career Psychologists whose core values are to place patients at the centre of care and ensure approaches to staff wellbeing and development are compassionate and high quality. This post would particularly focus on developing psychological interventions to people within developing older adult pathways in the community and part of the acute pathway, with supervision and professional support from a Consultant Clinical Psychologist.

The role requires a person who is innovative and personally motivated to work with a multi-professional team who support a high standard of clinical care provision. There will be some time into the acute pathway Care Home Liaison team.

Successful applicants will work as part of a full multi-disciplinary and fully integrated Mental Health Service. In terms of the wider framework, there is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in post in the Care Group based on the older adult inpatient ward, who will provide supervision and support for this role. We will support you to access regular clinical supervision and appropriate professional development.

There are opportunities to shape ongoing service development and become part of a growing older adult team across the Care Group. There has been significant investment in older adult psychology in recent times and this is an exciting time to join the team and the Trust.

The post holder will carry out the main duties of a Clinical Psychologist, including neuropsychological assessments to support diagnostics in the MATS team, working alongside nurses, OT's and Consultant Psychiatrists. The post will also include working with families and carers of those diagnosed with dementia and also supporting other professionals in this way.

Another key role will be to support the development of robust therapeutic pathways in terms of the recovery, including the therapy offer from psychology, the supervision of other professionals, including Assistant Psychologists and CPNs, but also teaching and training to support the teams.

Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) employ around 3700 talented colleagues who are very much appreciated, valued, and respected.

We have a wide portfolio which includes mental health, physical health, learning disability and drug and alcohol services.

We are passionate about enhancing the quality of our service and we work hard to attract and select the right colleagues for our organisation. Our goal is to employ those who share our passion for providing first class care while remaining committed to our vision and values.

To find out more about working for RDaSH and the fantastic benefits we offer visit our website:

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Please view the attached job description and person specification to view the full details about the role

This advert closes on Monday 24 Jun 2024

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