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St Andrew’s is the UK’s largest mental health charity and a unique provider of specialist care in mental health, learning disability and neuropsychiatry. Based across our three sites (Northampton, Birmingham and Essex) and our Community Partnership Division supporting hundreds of people in the community, we aspire to deliver truly world class, holistic services within our outstanding, modern facilities. As a Charity, our independence means we can always put patients’ and service users’ interests at the heart of decision making, while re-investing surpluses in frontline services.
This post offers an opportunity for a new or experienced Clinical Psychologist looking for full time work in our Neuropsychiatry Division in Northampton, working across our Acquired Brain Injury and Dementia Services. Applications will also be considered from candidates currently at Principal Psychologist level, or looking to take that next step in career progression. You will join a large team of over 20 Consultant Psychologists and 50 other registered Psychologists across the Charity, and a team of 5 Qualified Psychologists and 4 Assistant Psychologist in the Neuropsychiatry Division.
Our patients and your colleagues will expect you to live the St Andrew’s CARE values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence every single day.
The Northampton site hosts services that include: Neuropsychiatry (including Acquired Brain Injury, Progressive Neurological Conditions – Dementia and Huntington’s Disease, and Older Adults); Low Secure and Specialist Rehabilitation (including PICU); Learning Disability; Autism; Medium Secure Forensics; CAMHS; and Community Partnerships, as well as our Academic and Research and Innovation Centres, offering great opportunities to broaden and develop your skills in the future. The Neuropsychiatry Division also regularly provides placements for undergraduate Psychology students and Clinical Trainees. The Northampton site has facilities linked to our vocational service, Workbridge, such as a café, garden centre, charity shop, woodwork and ceramics workshop, all co-staffed by St Andrew’s staff and patients, and community-based service users. Other facilities include gyms and swimming pools for patients and staff to use. These are located within over 150 acres of beautiful grounds (please see link below for more details).
We would like to recruit a Clinical Psychologist who has:
Psychology is highly valued within the Neuropsychiatry Division and is embedded within a multi-disciplinary approach. You will be joining colleagues from Nursing, Psychiatry, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Dietetics and Social Work. We are seeking keen team players who adopt a person-centred approach to care, and a recovery focus towards rehabilitation and aiming to optimise each individual person’s progress through treatment.
To discuss this opportunity Please contact Dr Keith G Jenkins, Lead Psychologist & Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01604 616459