Contract Type: Fixed Term
Salary: Soulbury A 2-7 (+ up to A10 with SPAs) Soulbury A Points 2-7: £37,173 - £46,044 (up to point 10 with SPAs - £50,902) per annum
Working Pattern: Full time
Advertised By: Leicester City Council
Post Number: E3550/ 0116AW/ EXT
Job Category: Education
Advert End Date: 15 February 2017
Location: Psychology Service, Collegiate House, College Street, Leicester LE2 0JX
Full Time, Fixed Term for 12 months due to funding.
Those interested in part-time will be considered.
Come to Leicester and be at the centre of advancing our strategy for meeting the needs of children and young people in our community.
Leicester City is a unique and vibrant multi-cultural community which is at the forefront of national developments of multi-agency initiatives in which the service plays a full part. We have well established links with the EP training course at Nottingham University and other local universities.
Members of the Leicester City Service enjoy working with schools, communities, children, parents and all partners who are crucial to the educational, psychological development and well-being of children and young people across the city. Opportunities exist to work in generic and specialist areas, including work with looked after children, the youth offending service and community based interventions and support. The service has Educational Psychologists, Assistant Psychologists as well as an excellent admin support team and is very friendly and supportive. The service works very closely with local specialist CAMHS and teaching services.
Requirements of the post:
– Professionally qualified;
– Registered with the HCPC;
– Subject to Enhanced DBS check.
The service is dedicated to the application of psychology supported through regular structured supervision and team meetings.
There is excellent IT support and office accommodation.
Applications are also invited from newly qualified Educational Psychologists.
For an informal discussion about any of the above posts please contact Dr Joe Dawson (Principal Psychologist and Head of SEND Services) on 0116 454 5470.
Please ensure you provide an email address as this is our preferred method of contact.