Based in Manchester
(Full Time Equivalent, pay award pending)
Benefits include pension, mileage allowance, paid holiday, laptop and mobile phone.
We are seeking to appoint a pro-active and creative assistant psychologist to work in our expanding and forward-thinking team. The main purpose of the role is to work in schools, directly with children and school staff, under the overall guidance and supervision of an educational psychologist and the school SENCO.
Main duties will involve:
- supporting the role of the Educational Psychologist in providing a high quality and sustainable educational and child psychology service to schools in Manchester through working with teachers and teaching assistants;
- planning, preparing and delivering, under supervision, individual and group interventions, working with children and young people;
- observation and supervised action and support planning as part of the specialist pathway for Early Years
- observation and supervised delivery of intervention programmes as part of the specialist pathway for Emotional Health and Well Being;
- evaluating the impact of the interventions delivered and providing written feedback and impact reports;
- assisting in the preparation and delivery of training, including content for our website and social media;
- planning project work or development work in schools and other educational settings;
- assisting in research and evaluation work commissioned from the Company. This will involve assisting in the development of the evaluation methods and data collection and contributing to summary reports.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity please contact Senior Educational Psychologists Paula Muir or Hannah McHugh
- Read the job description and person specification and check that you meet the requirements for this role
- Complete the application form in full
Closing date: 12 noon (midday) Monday 3rd July
Interviews: Thursday 6th July
Start date: 1st September 2023