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Clinical Psychologist

National Health Service

WHISTON, NW
3 days ago
WHISTON, NW
3 days ago

Clinical Psychologist

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

We are looking to recruit a Psychologist Band 8a who has a passion for delivering outstanding care that brings the 6 Cs (care, compassion, commitment, courage, communication and competence) to life? If so, we want to hear from you.

The aim of the service is to provide a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach with all young people care, coordinated through dedicated service.

Integral to the model is an expectation for the continued development of the team & service as a whole, including participation in the National Whole Team ED training curriculum.

These are a permanent part time posts 22.5 hours. The successful post holder may be required to travel across all Boroughs.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check. Successful candidates will either have a valid DBS check with the Trust or will be required to pay for the cost of the DBS Disclosure which is £47.50 for an enhanced disclosure, the cost of which will be deducted from first salary.

Main duties of the job

Based from its hub in Knowsley, we offer evidence-based treatments to children and young people presenting with eating disorders, in addition to treating any co-morbid mental health difficulties, also with NICE recommended treatments. So having experience of managing a case load and working with vulnerable children and young people is essential. This post will require flexible working including some evenings and Saturdays.

We are looking for caring and committed clinicians to participate in this service from establishment through to on-going development, as well as maintain their own clinical caseloads and engage in clinical and managerial supervision.

About us

From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

Job description

Job responsibilities

To engage with commissioners and senior staff, across different disciplines and agencies making a significant contribution to the strategic development of a flexible, resilient and effective early attachment service, as part of a wider perinatal service, that can be delivered in a timely manner and includes service-users feedback and views in its on-going development.

To provide a highly specialist psychoanalytically informed assessment and intervention for parents with young babies, to improve mental health of parents, attachment relationships and longer term outcomes for parents and their babies.

To contribute a psycho-analytic perspective to the service offered by local multi-disciplinary services and agencies working with ante-natal and postnatal women, their partners and their babies.

To provide specialist supervision, consultation, teaching and training across agencies working in perinatal health and CAMHS

To contribute to the development of the perinatal service, across Halton and Warrington Borough.

To work with primitive mental processes in both parent and infant is pivotal to the work

The post-holder should be able to respond in a skilled and sensitive manner and to be able to sustain a strong and containing therapeutic relationship over time and to work with parents defensive processes.

To make a significant contribution to the strategic development of a highly specialist psychoanalytic early attachment service for parents and their young babies, where there are difficulties with attachment and a parent may be experiencing mental health issues.

To provide psychotherapeutic assessments of the emotional development of the infant and the forming attachment relationship, including the impact of any psychological difficulties in the parent, with a view to providing either short or long term psychotherapeutic treatment addressing the parent infant relationships for babies under six months at referral.

To provide a variety of interventions including Video Interaction

Guidance (VIG) and Neonatal Behavioural Assessment Scale (NBAS).

To formulate and implement therapeutic plans and to offer interventions grounded in the principles and techniques of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

To provide specialist expertise in psycho-analytic principles and techniques through advice, supervision and consultation to multi-agency partners

The Post holder will be expected to hold and work their own caseload and to be responsible for monitoring and evaluating risk

To attend and contribute as an independent clinician to multi-disciplinary and multi-agency meetings as appropriate and required.

To ensure appropriate liaison with professionals from external agencies in relation to shared cases

To participate in the evaluation of clinical work

To contribute to the development of best evidence based practice and practice-based evidence within the service

Person Specification

QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • Evidence of relevant CPD
  • Doctoral level training in Child Psychotherapy including the completion of a 2-year infant observation and personal psychoanalysis.
  • Registration with the Association of Child Psychotherapists

Desirable

  • Qualification in Video Interaction Guidance
  • Additional training in attachment, mentalisation, parent-infant therapy
  • Qualification in Neonatal Behavioural Assessment Scale (NBAS)

EXPERIENCE

Essential

  • Substantial experience of working psychodynamically with parents/infants with serious relationship and attachment difficulties.
  • Experience of working with parents with mental health problems.
  • Experience of drawing on one's own experience for both self- learning and the development of others
  • Experience of communicating about complex safeguarding issues verbally and in the written form.
  • Substantial theoretical knowledge and practical experience of the treatment of serious mental health disturbance in parents and infants and clinical experience of working with complex cases in child and adolescent mental health
  • Development of self and others in line with legislation, policy and procedures.
  • Experience of setting up a service
  • Experience of psychodynamic clinical work

Desirable

  • Experience of working with Looked after Children and adopted children.
  • Teaching & training.
  • Evidence of managing supervisory responsibilities

SKILLS

Essential

  • Evidence of supervisory skills
  • Evidence of engaging hard to reach clients
  • Evidence of working in a multidisciplinary team
  • Awareness of basic research procedures and capacity to conduct audit
  • Ability to provide therapeutic setting for parents & infants together Ability to use Video Interaction Guidance
  • Ability to work autonomously in outreach settings
  • Ability to work effectively across organisational boundaries
  • Analytic and judgement skills.
  • Ability to recognize attachment difficulties and their presentations.
  • Ability to formulate and recommend treatment.
  • Ability to communicate clearly & effectively about complex ideas both verbally & in writing
  • Ability to monitor and assess risk and act accordingly
  • Ability to keep accurate notes and records
  • Ability to plan and organise own workload
  • Good keyboard & IT skills

Desirable

  • Experience in group work

KNOWLEDGE

Essential

  • Knowledge of new-borns, early infancy and child development including knowledge of infant mental health.
  • Knowledge of mother and baby relationships.
  • Knowledge of policies and procedures relating to child safeguarding.
  • Knowledge of evidence-based approaches for working with parents/infants
  • Ability to use Video Interaction Guidance

OTHER

Essential

  • Demonstrate a commitment to respecting and displaying the Trust Values at all times
  • Ability to demonstrate a mature and reflective attitude in the clinical, supervisory and teaching domains.
  • Considerable skill in maintaining and managing therapeutic boundaries.
  • Experience of the nature of this work and the personal impact is essential.
  • Ability to form and maintain good working relationship in mulltidisciplinary settings
  • An open attitude to issues of diversity and an ability to relate well to range of personal and cultural backgrounds.
  • An openness to learning new approaches and working in a variety of settings.
  • An interest in contributing to the development of the service.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship

Applications from job seekers who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. The UK Visas and Immigration department requires employers to complete this test to show that no suitably qualified EEA or EU worker can fill the post. For further information please visit the UK Visas and Immigration website (opens in a new window). From 6 April 2017, Tier 2 skilled worker applicants, applying for entry clearance into the UK, must present a criminal record certificate from each country they have resided continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years. Adult dependants (over 18 years old) will also be subject to this requirement. Guidance can be found here Criminal Records Checks For Overseas Applicants (opens in a new window).

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

Address

Knowsley Resource & Recovery Centre

Whiston CYP35 Dragons lane

WHISTON

L35 5DR


Employer's website

https://www.nwbh.nhs.uk/


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Assistant Psychologist

National Health Service

St Helens, NW
2 days ago
St Helens, NW
2 days ago

Assistant Psychologist

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

The closing date is 05 March 2021

Job overview

An exciting opportunity has arisen within the St Helens children and young people mental health service as a Psychology Assistant to join a caring and committed Mental Health Specialist Children and Young Persons Community Team.

Applicants will need to demonstrate their passion for working in children and young people's mental health services, and a willingness to expand their knowledge and skills.

Main duties of the job

The role of the Assistant Psychologist is to support and enhance the professional psychological care of clients within the service by delivering effective and evidence-based psychological therapies.

Under supervision and with access to relevant CPD opportunities the Assistant Psychologist will also undertake direct work with clients individually and in group settings. The Assistant Psychologist will work closely with multi-disciplinary colleagues, qualified Clinical Psychology colleagues on research and audit projects.

About us

From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

Job description

Job responsibilities

The successful candidates main duties will include:

  • To support Clinical Psychologists undertaking psychological assessments of clients applying psychologically based psychometric tests, self-report measures, rating scales, direct and indirect structured observations and semi-structured interviews with clients, family members and others involved in the clients care.
  • To assist in the formulation and delivery of interventions involving the psychological treatment and/or management of a clients problems
  • To provide one-to-one consultations with service users, working autonomously within the limits of this instruction and within personal competence.
  • Preparing agreed assessment reports
  • To assist in the coordination and running of therapeutic group
  • To receive regular clinical supervision in accordance with professional practice guidelines.

Person Specification

OTHER

Essential

  • Ability to work autonomously within the scope of this role
  • Demonstrate a commitment to respecting and displaying the Trust Values at all times
  • Due to the nature of the post it is expected that the post-holder will be able to travel to enable them to undertake the duties of the post.

KNOWLEDGE

Essential

  • Knowledge of a broad range of Psychological theories and the application of these to mental health, in particular, self-harming behaviours

Desirable

  • Knowledge of Psychological Therapies
  • Knowledge of NICE guidelines
  • Knowledge of policies and legislation relevant to recovery based services.

SKILLS

Essential

  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • High level communication skills - verbal and written - with professionals, children, young people and families
  • Good time management skills

Desirable

  • Proficient IT skills
  • Ability to communicate sensitive information to children, young people and families

EXPERIENCE

Essential

  • Work experience in any organisation
  • Experience of research methodology, data collection, analysis and report writing

Desirable

  • Experience designing and conducting large scale research, audit or service evaluations
  • Previous experience working with service users and families

QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • An honours degree in that satisfies the British Psychological Society criteria for Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership

Desirable

  • Post graduate training in areas relevant to psychological practice, mental health and/or research design and analysis

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

Address

Birch Unit

Peasley Cross Hospital site

St Helens

WA9 3DE


Employer's website

https://www.nwbh.nhs.uk/


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Clinical Lead

National Health Service

St Helens, NW
3 days ago
St Helens, NW
3 days ago

Clinical Lead

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

An exciting opportunity has arisen within theSt Helens CYPMHS Service for an experienced practitioner to join a caring and committed Mental Health Specialist Children and Young Persons Community Team as Clinical Lead.

The role will include direct and indirect client work as well as consultation and liaison with other professionals around the specialist clinical area of CYPMHS. The post-holder will be engaged in all levels of clinical response from urgent assessments to lower priority cases.

This post is subject to an enhanced with childrens and adults barred listDisclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check. Successful candidates will be required to pay for the cost of the DBS Disclosure which is £47.50, the cost of which will be deducted from first salary.

Main duties of the job

As Clinical Lead, the post holder will work autonomously taking responsibility for care, quality and clinical activity by providing specialist professional nursing leadership and guidance, clinical advice and management in relation to the key dimensions of health care quality:

  • Patient safety
  • The effectiveness of all health care interventions
  • Patient experience
  • The environment in which care is delivered

As Clinical Lead, the post holder will provide a specialised role in the development andimplementation of services and care pathways for children and young people with mental health problems within the relevant framework/model for service delivery.

About us

From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Undertake and monitor comprehensive assessments of service users needs. Plan, implement and evaluate care delivery according to changing health care needs.

Co-ordinate, where appropriate, the provision of a care package appropriate for the service user, co-ordinating the work of others involved with care, arranging care reviews as required and communicating effectively with the service user and their family or carers and others involved in care; and to monitor progress during the courseof the identified / specific intervention.

Undertake risk assessments of service users, their families or carers in their relevantarea of practice.

Undertake assessments of service users experiencing severe, complex and persistent mental health problems and to make recommendations about treatment options takinginto account the relevant evidence based research.

Work within a multi-disciplinary team to ensure effective care plans and treatments arein place for highly complex service users/services users.

Work collaboratively and ensure maintenance of effective multi-disciplinary communication and with other professionals, agencies and stakeholders to ensure needs are met in relation to care input, support for ongoing care needs and safedischarge.

Communicate highly complex information about a service users condition to multi- disciplinary team colleagues, to ensure effective delivery of treatment andinterventions.

Lead and support others to recognise, prioritise and respond appropriately to urgent and emergency situations including the assessment and management of risk.

Use skills and expert knowledge to clinically lead and enable others to deliver bestpractice across the service.

Participate and take clinical responsibility for the management of the Duty rota.

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Flexible approach to working
  • Commitment to effective teamwork
  • Commitment to service development
  • Core values of the organisation
  • Demonstrate continuous professional development
  • The ability, means and willingness to travel between multiple sites in the course of performing duties
  • Reasonable adjustments will be made for applicants who are unable to meet the criteria due to disability. The Access to Work scheme may be able to support disabled applicants.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to respecting and displaying the Trust Values at all times

Knowledge

Essential

  • Aware of national/local policy relevant to Adults
  • A thorough knowledge of risk assessment and crisis intervention.
  • Knowledge of Mental Health Act
  • Knowledge of Effective Care Co-ordination
  • Knowledge of the use of diagnostic and assessment tools
  • Audit and research methods
  • Knowledge of medication

Skills

Essential

  • Organisational skills
  • Computer literate
  • Active listening skills
  • Negotiation skills
  • Conflict resolution
  • Report writing
  • Ability to work on own initiative and prioritise work
  • Effective communication
  • Clinical and management supervision
  • Ability to communicate in a variety of settings

Experience

Essential

  • Post registration experience at Band 6 or above.
  • Recent experience of working within this user group
  • Contribute to Strategic Service Development
  • Management and supervision of staff
  • Effective team working within a multi-agency framework
  • Effective change management
  • Positive leadership
  • Demonstrate experience of problem solving approaches
  • Audit and research practices relevant to clinical area
  • Assisting with effective budgetary management
  • Evidence based and experience of reflective practice

Desirable

  • Managing complaints/compliments

Qualification

Essential

  • Up to date Professional Registration (to be maintained) eg. RMN, RNLD, OT, SW.
  • Evidence of post-graduate professional qualification, PSI Cert/diploma
  • Registered Mental Health Nurse

Desirable

  • Non-Medical Prescribing qualification

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

Address

Birch Unit, Peasley Cross Hospital

Marshalls Cross Road

St Helens

WA9 3DE


Employer's website

https://www.nwbh.nhs.uk/


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Mental Health Practitioner

National Health Service

Ormskirk, NW
5 days ago
Ormskirk, NW
5 days ago

Mental Health Practitioner

Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust

The closing date is 15 March 2021

Job overview

To undertake mental health assessments including Risk assessments within a multi-disciplinary assessment team. Working closely with the Consultant Psychiatrist, Pharmacist and Psychologist thus ensuring that there is a multidisciplinary team approach.

To provide a duty service within the START operating hours to support the triage of referrals.

To be proficient in referring to other clinicians within the service or referring to other services/agencies where necessary.

To provide a fast, responsive service to assess individuals needs for access into mental health services.

Providing a communication structure between GPs , Minds Matter and various services in LSCFT, inclusive of voluntary and non-statuary service, as a means of ensuring the highest possible standards of patient care.

To provide mentoring.

Main duties of the job

West Lancashire START is seeking to appoint a Band 6 Mental Health Practitioner. This post provides the opportunity for a forward thinking and enthusiastic individual to develop and implement holistic assessments that meet the Mental Health needs of the local population. With a strong emphasis on multidisciplinary working and the principles laid out in the Recovery Model, you will need to be an innovative thinker and be able to form effective relationships. You will need to have a working knowledge of the care programme approach, risk assessment and management, and the ability to explore issues relating to the impact of health and social needs on mental health and well-being.

About us

Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of services including secondary mental health care across this area. Specialist provision comprises inpatient child and adolescent mental health services, perinatal mental health and forensic services including low and medium secure care.

The Trust also provides a range of physical health and well-being services in the community alongside a range of partners in the Lancashire, Cumbria and Sefton area.

Lancashire & South Cumbria Foundation Trust encourages flexible working, we believe that a positive work/life balance benefits NHS employees through improved health and wellbeing. We would consider working patterns such as; term time, part time, compressed hours, flexi-time and career breaks. We encourage applicants to state clearly on their application forms this request and discuss these options at interview.

For more information please visit our website via Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS FT

Job description

Job responsibilities

Please see attached the job description and person specification for more information about this role.

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • oA willingness to work flexibly to meet the demands of the service.
  • oAbility to travel.

Skills and Abilities

Essential

  • oAbility to assess service users' presenting problems and needs, quickly and accurately, under pressure.
  • oAbility to determine the most appropriate course of action from a range of available options.
  • oAbility to communicate clearly the outcomes of assessment, verbally and in writing.
  • oHighly developed interpersonal skills and communication skills both oral and written
  • oTime management and caseload management skills.

Experience

Essential

  • oA minimum of 2 years post qualification clinical work with service users experiencing a range of mental health problems
  • oExperience of delivering evidence based interventions in a time-limited framework
  • oEvidence of assessment across a broad range of mental health problems
  • oEvidence of continued professional development
  • oEvidence of risk assessment and management
  • oExperience of multi-agency working

Knowledge

Essential

  • oIn-depth knowledge of mental health problems
  • oIn-depth knowledge of issues that impact upon people with mental health problems
  • oDetailed knowledge of the impact of risk and protective factors that affect people with mental health problems
  • oKnowledge of medication prescribed for management of mental health issues
  • oKnowledge of diversity and anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice.
  • oKnowledge of current mental health legislation/policy, including CPA, Minds Matter, NSF etc...

Qualifications

Essential

  • Recognised Core Mental Health Professional Qualification (e.g. RMN/Dip SW)

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Bickerstaffe House

Ormskirk Hospital

Ormskirk

L39 2JW


Employer's website

https://www.lscft.nhs.uk/


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English and Drama Teacher

Randstad Education

Flint, WA
25 days ago
Flint, WA
£138.56 - £138.56 Per Day
25 days ago
£138.56 - £138.56 Per Day

Are you an enthusiastic NQT or experienced English Teacher?

Are you passionate about Drama and able to bring learning to life?

Do you thrive off developing and enhancing pupils writing, reading and comprehension skills?

If you answered yes we have an exciting opportunity coming up!

We are looking for an innovative teacher with a passion for sharing their love of teaching English and Drama and learning with their pupils to work in a modern and welcoming secondary school in Flintshire. If you are local, or you're willing to travel from the surrounding area, then apply today! The role is full time and will start mid January until the end of the academic year.

Benefits:
* Free parking
* Free training, both online and on-site
* Excellent facilities and resources
* Supportive team and Senior Management
*Career progression and continuing professional development
* 'Refer-a-Friend' scheme where you could have a chance of receiving £300*

Your responsibilities will include:
* Creating a positive learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays
* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupils
* Preparing and marking set work, including homework, to facilitate pupil development
* Adhering to the curriculum, including up to date changes in structure
* Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupils' development
* Have a genuine love for teaching your subject

Requirements:
* QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications
* Good knowledge of the national curriculum
* Experience working with KS3/4 pupils
* A drive to inspire the next generation

Sounds good? Apply today!

Please send your CV to jennifer.williams@randstadeducation.co.uk in the first instance, and I will be in touch. You are one step away from an exciting new start to your career!

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Quality Auditor

Elanco

Liverpool, Liverpool
2 days ago
Liverpool, Liverpool
2 days ago

Interested in joining a cause-driven, customer focused company dedicated to positively impacting the health of animals, people and the planet? Search our job listings below.


Position Description:

The Quality Auditor is part of the Elanco Global Quality Compliance and Auditing  (EGQCA) organization and provides quality assurance through the execution of internal and external audits in support of pharmaceutical products, product commercialization for Elanco.  Through auditing, the Quality Auditor assures that operations conducted and sponsored by Elanco are performed in accordance with company standards, policies, procedures and practices and are compliant with current regulatory requirements and expectations and applicable guidelines and industry standards.

Functions, Duties, Task: 

  • Scheduling, preparing, conducting and reporting Global Quality audits and assessments of commercial operations, both internally and externally (contracted) to assess the level of compliance with company standards, policies, practices and procedures and current regulations and guidelines. 
  • Participate in mock-inspections, as appropriate.
  • Participate in or lead the risk assessment of commercial operations.  Integrate the information obtained through auditing and risk assessment and influence actions within and across EGQCA and the business areas involved/impacted.
  • Drive the escalation of any compliance issues or significant risks identified during audits or when conducting risk assessment.
  • Understand and apply the requirements outlined in quality standards, quality manuals, policies, procedures, and tools.
  • Participate in or lead the preparation of organizational metrics and trending of audit findings, when required.
  • Influence internal and external customers and partners when improvement needs are identified.
  • Maintain good interpersonal and communication skills with auditees and business areas with particular emphasis on verbal and technical writing skills.
  • Be continually aware of current industry trends and regulatory agency interpretation of requirements for Animal Health.
  • Participate or lead improvement efforts, including operational projects.

Minimum Qualification (education, experience and/or training, required certifications):

  • Ability to analyze detailed technical scientific information, while understanding the bigger picture.  The auditor should be able to clearly identify and assess risk and impact associated with specific findings and overall compliance status  for an auditable unit, , and to articulate such risk and impact when communicating to the business (including senior management) and the quality organizations.  
  • Ability to interpret and apply regulations, regulatory guidance, codes and public expectations, and identify and recommend compliance changes as appropriate.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to remain constructive and civil in difficult situations.
  • Ability to deliver timely and professional communications (oral and written) with precision and clarity to all levels of the organization.
  • Experience with computers, entering and managing data in databases.
  • Good analytical/problem-solving skills.
  • Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent work experience) in physical or biological sciences, Engineering or other technical area.
  • Fluent English, knowledge of Italian or French is an advantage

Additional Preferences:

  • Work under pressure on multiple tasks concurrently and meet deadlines in a fast-paced work environment with frequent interruptions and changing priorities.
  • Proven ability to think and analyze from a process perspective. Project management skills.
  • Process information to identify linkages and trends and apply findings to compliance strategies as well as to individual assignments.
  • Work independently as well as collaboratively within a global team environment.
  • Deliver constructive feedback to customers while providing a high level of customer service.
  • Ability to influence and manage change/conflict.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships at all levels internal and external to Elanco.
  • Ability to think on your feet and be pragmatic in decision making.
  • Other Information:  
  • Domestic and international travel is required to fulfill these job responsibilities.  Must be able to travel up to 50% (trip duration 1-2 weeks), sometimes on short notice.

Elanco will consider candidates working in other locations provided there is a legal entity present.

Elanco is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status

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Clinical Psychologist

National Health Service

Warrington & Halton or St Helens & Knowsley, NW
2 days ago
Warrington & Halton or St Helens & Knowsley, NW
2 days ago

Clinical Psychologist

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

The closing date is 16 March 2021

Job overview

1x post based in Knowsley with travel across Knowlsey/St Helen

1x post based in Warrington with travel across Warrington/Halton

We are recruiting two Clinical or Counselling Psychologists, or newly qualified candidates with the commitment and competencies for preceptorship, to join our newly developed community crisis service. This is an exciting opportunity to develop skills in clinical interventions, multidisciplinary team working and clinical leadership, to support the implementation of psychologically-informed practice across our Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment (CRHT) teams.

Our new crisis service comprises of three elements; Crisis Response, Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment. Drive, enthusiasm and passion for the role is key, in addition to commitment to work with service users and families in crisis. Competencies in assessment, formulation and intervention, evaluation, supervision and training will also be vital to this role.

Main duties of the job

The roles involve working in CRHT teams, delivering assessments, formulation and interventions to service users and families. A key aspect of the role is to provide indirect interventions such as reflective practice, training, evaluation & Supervision to Assistant Psychologists.

The successful candidates will work closely with other MDT colleagues inc Nursing, Psychiatry, Pharmacy & Occupational Therapy. We offer a strong network of Psychologists across the organisation, inc peers across inpatient services & liaison mental health. Successful candidates will have Clinical Supervision from the Principal Clinical Psychologist for Mental Health Crisis, in addition to management supervision within their team.

There will be opportunities to lead on service development & grow your own clinical interests. CPD is highly valued; funding has been secured for successful candidates to attend Cognitive Analytic Therapy Skills training to enhance assessment & formulation of relational risk.

About us

From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

Job description

Job responsibilities

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. CLINICAL
  2. To be a member of the service team and to contribute to, participate in and adhere to the routines and policies of that service.
  3. To be responsible for the systematic provision of psychological services at a highly specialist level. To adhere to the organisation of the service particularly with regard to membership of the multidisciplinary teams.
  4. Services will be based upon the appropriate use, interpretation and integration of complex data from a variety of sources including psychological and neuropsychological tests, self-report measures, rating scales, direct and indirect structured observations, and interviews with clients, family members and others involved in the clients care. Services will include the following:-
  • Highly specialist one-to-one clinical consultations
  • Highly specialist psychological assessment including issues of risk
  • Psychological interventions for individuals, families and groups, adjusting and refining psychological formulations drawing upon different explanatory models and maintaining a number of provisional hypotheses
  • Decision making for and evaluating treatment options, taking into account both theoretical and therapeutic models and highly complex factors concerning historical and developmental processes that have shaped the individual, family or group
  • Exercising autonomous professional responsibility for the assessment, treatment and discharge of clients whose problems are managed by psychologically based intervention plans
  • Staff consultation contributing directly to clients formulation, diagnosis and intervention plan
  • Staff consultation on the use of psychological techniques
  • Staff supervision in the use of psychological techniques
  1. In particular, as part of multidisciplinary, complex care team working, to provide casework for people experiencing severe psychological difficulties. To prioritise workload to ensure that skills are used to address the more severe and complex psychological presentations within this area of work.
  2. To supply services within the context of existing multi professional teamwork. To negotiate appropriate professional relationships with both statutory and voluntary agencies to both ensure the referral of appropriate casework and communicate highly complex clinical information.
  3. To maintain the records of service in line with the information needs of the North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
  4. To provide input to health, social care and community-based services to enable best practice and service user choice in line with local service accessibility. This may include inpatient environments, specialist departments, general practices, health centres, local day centres, and residential and nursing homes.
  5. To manage frequent exposure to highly distressing and emotional circumstances, and maintain substantial mental effort through frequent and intense levels of concentration and attention.

Person Specification

OTHER

Essential

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Appreciation of the interface between personal and professional lives, high level of self-awareness and knowledge of principles of self-care.
  • Ability to assess and manage risk.
  • Ability to recognise and challenge age discrimination.
  • Ability to identify and employ methods of clinical governance as appropriate, to support and maintain clinical practice in the face of regular exposure to highly emotive material and challenging behaviour.
  • Evidence of continuing professional development as recommended by the BPS.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to respecting and displaying the Trust Values at all times

Desirable

  • Personal experience of coping with life stressors.
  • Ability to teach and train others, using a variety of complex multi-media materials suitable for presentations in public, professional and academic settings.

KNOWLEDGE

Essential

  • Doctoral level knowledge (or its equivalent) of research design and methodology, multivariate data analysis as practiced within the field of clinical psychology.

Desirable

  • High-level knowledge of the theory of at least two specialised psychological therapies.
  • Knowledge of appropriate legislation
  • Knowledge of current psychological evidence base and best practice in working within client group

SKILLS

Essential

  • Skills in the use of complex methods of psychological assessment, intervention and management, frequently requiring sustained and intense concentration.
  • Well developed skills in the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, complex, highly technical &/or clinically sensitive information to clients, their families, carers and other professional colleagues both within and outside the NHS.
  • Skills in providing consultation to other professional groups.

Desirable

  • High-level skills in the practice of at least two specialised psychological therapies.

EXPERIENCE

Essential

  • Experience of specialist psychological assessment, formulation and intervention with clients across the full range of care settings, including outpatient, community, primary care and inpatient settings.
  • Experience of working with a wide variety of client groups, across the whole life course, presenting problems that reflect the full range of clinical severity, including maintaining a high degree of professionalism in the face of highly emotive and distressing problems, verbal abuse and the threat of physical abuse.

Desirable

  • Experience of working within a relevant client group setting appropriate to position
  • Experience of teaching, training &/or supervision.
  • Experience of the application of clinical psychology in different cultural contexts.

QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • Up to date Professional Registration (to be maintained)
  • Post-graduate doctoral level training in clinical psychology (or its equivalent) as accredited by the BPS, including specifically models of psychopathology, clinical psychometrics and Neuropsychology, two or more distinct psychological therapies and lifespan developmental psychology.

Desirable

  • Pre-qualification training and qualifications in research methodology, staff training &/or other fields of applied psychology.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

Address

Warrington/Halton StHelens/Knowsley

TBC

Warrington & Halton or St Helens & Knowsley

WA2 8WA


Employer's website

https://www.nwbh.nhs.uk/


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Disability Assessor - Working from home

Capita Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

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21 days ago
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21 days ago
Company Description

Discover better with a career at Capita

We’re helping people unlock their value and potential, giving them access to a huge range of unique and diverse opportunities, which offer real career progression.

This is our purpose and it defines our very existence. We provide an inclusive and diverse environment for our people to thrive, develop and realise their true potential. Whoever you are and whatever your background, we want you to be yourself.

Our commitment to finding better solutions for our clients has seen us become one of the UK’s leading providers of consulting, digital services and software.

Our purpose is your purpose and, together, we can drive real change. You’ll have the opportunity to work on, and make meaningful contributions to, a range of exciting and diverse projects. It’s time to discover where you fit in.

We're proud to work with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and Department for Communities (DfC) for the provision of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment Service. We are looking for skilled and emotionally intelligent people to join us as we grow.

Job Description

We have full time and part time roles available (min. 3 days per week) working from home

Are you an experienced healthcare professional looking for your next challenge? If so, we’d like to hear from you.

As a disability assessor you will offer a very important service that makes you a part of the bigger picture.

You will be assessing and compiling reports that help claimants through the often daunting benefits process. This is a rewarding role for someone who thrives in a communication-focused environment, as you will be meeting with claimants to ascertain how their health condition and/or disability affects their daily lives and mobility. You will also conduct observations and assessments and compile reports.

We care about our employees and we know that the first six months feels challenging which is why we have more support than ever to ensure you have everything you need to be successful in your new role. 

The contractual hours for this role are Monday-Saturday 8am-8pm however most of us work Monday to Friday between 8am- 6pm. We also offer a competitive salary with greater financial reward compared to many other healthcare roles.

Qualifications

We are looking for nurses, occupational therapists, paramedics and physiotherapists with at least 2 years’ post registration experience to join us. You’ll have excellent observational and decision-making skills, strong report writing skills and you’ll be computer literate, as typing while assessing is a huge part of this role and will be tested at interview.

Applicants must be fully registered without restriction or conditions with the NMC or HCPC and have a valid PIN, plus hold a full current driving licence with access to a car.


Additional Information

You will go on a 5-week intensive training course (fully paid) and trained in the comfort of your own home via Microsoft Teams. After that, there is a further 6 weeks on-the-job training with close mentorship and development, again completed online due to current Covid Regulations.

Benefits

We offer a starting salary of £34,000 per annum, rising to £35,000 on DWP approved status and the potential to earn up to £3,000 per annum quality bonus.

You will enjoy 23 days paid holidays (plus 8 statutory holidays), life assurance, a company pension and all your travel expenses reimbursed as well as the choice of other flexible benefits.

On top of all that, you’ll have access to a huge array of career development opportunities and you’ll be working for a progressive and cutting-edge employer with exceptional standards.

Capita PIP is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome and encourage applications from all applicants.  Adaptations are available on request. For further information or to discuss any reasonable adjustments you may need, please contact us on 0300 303 8544.

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Clinical Lead

National Health Service

Warrington, NW
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Warrington, NW
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Clinical Lead

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

The closing date is 14 March 2021

Job overview

The successful candidate will join our Mid-Mersey Crisis Response Team and become a part of a supportive, dynamic, multi-disciplinary team (MDT) that provides the "front door" to crisis services. The Response Team will complete emergency and urgent assessments, as well as effectively running the crisis telephone line, to provide urgent response to all service users in crisis. Following assessment service users will be signposted to the most appropriate support, including seamless transfer into our Home Treatment Teams.

As Clinical Lead, you will take on a senior role of leading this service and ensure that it remains clinically safe and effective.

This post is subject to an enhanced with childrens and adults barred listDisclosure and Barring Service Check. Successful candidates are required to pay for the cost of the DBS Disclosure which is £47.50, the cost of which will be deducted from first salary.

Main duties of the job

The role will include:

  • Lead the development of the Service and ensure a high level of clinical leadership within the given area of expertise to other staff within the Service.
  • Provide a specialist mental health screening assessment, including risk assessment and differential diagnosis, using diagnostic criteria, assessment tools and rating scales.
  • Independently assess, plan and identify mental health needs, facilitate appropriate care and treatment.
  • Take an active role in education in line with key performance indicators
  • Develop and maintain partnership working with a wide range of statutory and voluntary agencies.
  • Effective and autonomous management of clinical caseload.
  • Access to transport for the post is essential due to the majority of the interventions taking place in the community setting.
  • Ensure compliance with our clinical governance framework, you will motivate colleagues, champion service user safety and dignity and drive continuous improvement.

About us

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

Job description

Job responsibilities

The role will require shift working across a 24/7 rota, meaning nights and weekends are included, there will also be a requirement to travel between sites as part of the role therefore access to a vehicle for work purposes is essential.

The post holder will demonstrate an attitude which respects and values service users choice and works alongside them and their carers to ensure they are at the centre of care planning.The successful candidate must have excellent communication skills where they can work effectively with multi-disciplinary teams and professionals from similar backgrounds as well as clients and their families / carers. They should be able to work independently as well as part of a closely supported team and have the ability to prioritise their work load effectively.You will benefit from:A friendly and supportive working environmentA leadership and governance structure specific to the clinical lead role and responsibilities to ensure supervision and development.

Person Specification

Other

Essential

  • Flexible approach to working
  • Commitment to effective teamwork
  • Commitment to service development
  • Core values of the organisation
  • Demonstrate continuous professional development
  • The ability, means and willingness to travel between multiple sites in the course of performing duties is essential in this post
  • Demonstrate a commitment to respecting and displaying the Trust Values at all times

Knowledge

Essential

  • Aware of national/local policy relevant to Adults
  • A thorough knowledge of risk assessment and crisis intervention
  • Knowledge of medication
  • Knowledge of Mental Health Act
  • Knowledge of Effective Care Co-ordination
  • Knowledge of the use of diagnostic and assessment tools
  • Audit and research methods

Skills

Essential

  • Organisational skills
  • Computer literate
  • Active listening skills
  • Negotiation skills
  • Conflict resolution
  • Report writing
  • Ability to work on own initiative and prioritise work
  • Effective communication
  • Clinical and management supervision
  • Ability to communicate in a variety of settings

Experience

Essential

  • Post registration experience at Band 6 or above
  • Recent experience of working within this user group
  • Contribute to Strategic Service Development
  • Management and supervision of staff
  • Effective team working within a multi-agency framework
  • Effective change management
  • Positive leadership
  • Demonstrate experience of problem solving approaches
  • Audit and research practices relevant to clinical area
  • Assisting with effective budgetary management
  • Evidence based and experience of reflective practice

Desirable

  • Managing complaints/compliments

Qualifications

Essential

  • Up to date Professional Registration (to be maintained)
  • Registered Mental Health Nurse
  • Evidence of post-graduate professional qualification, PSI Cert/diploma

Desirable

  • Non-Medical Prescribing qualification

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship

Applications from job seekers who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. The UK Visas and Immigration department requires employers to complete this test to show that no suitably qualified EEA or EU worker can fill the post. For further information please visit the UK Visas and Immigration website (opens in a new window). From 6 April 2017, Tier 2 skilled worker applicants, applying for entry clearance into the UK, must present a criminal record certificate from each country they have resided continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years. Adult dependants (over 18 years old) will also be subject to this requirement. Guidance can be found here Criminal Records Checks For Overseas Applicants (opens in a new window).

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

Address

Trust-wide

Hollins Lane

Warrington

WA2 8WA


Employer's website

https://www.nwbh.nhs.uk/


Job Type

Full Time

Posted

3 days ago

Description

Clinical Psychologist

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

The closing date is 08 March 2021

Job overview

We are looking to recruit a Psychologist Band 8a who has a passion for delivering outstanding care that brings the 6 Cs (care, compassion, commitment, courage, communication and competence) to life? If so, we want to hear from you.

The aim of the service is to provide a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach with all young people care, coordinated through dedicated service.

Integral to the model is an expectation for the continued development of the team & service as a whole, including participation in the National Whole Team ED training curriculum.

These are a permanent part time posts 22.5 hours. The successful post holder may be required to travel across all Boroughs.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check. Successful candidates will either have a valid DBS check with the Trust or will be required to pay for the cost of the DBS Disclosure which is £47.50 for an enhanced disclosure, the cost of which will be deducted from first salary.

Main duties of the job

Based from its hub in Knowsley, we offer evidence-based treatments to children and young people presenting with eating disorders, in addition to treating any co-morbid mental health difficulties, also with NICE recommended treatments. So having experience of managing a case load and working with vulnerable children and young people is essential. This post will require flexible working including some evenings and Saturdays.

We are looking for caring and committed clinicians to participate in this service from establishment through to on-going development, as well as maintain their own clinical caseloads and engage in clinical and managerial supervision.

About us

From 1st April 2021 our Wigan, Bolton and Greater Manchester Services will transfer to Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust.

From 1st June 2021 our Cheshire and Mersey Services will transfer to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Successful candidates will therefore either commence with the relevant organisation if the start date is after the transfer date. If the start date is before the transfer date your employment will TUPE transfer to the relevant organisation.

Job description

Job responsibilities

To engage with commissioners and senior staff, across different disciplines and agencies making a significant contribution to the strategic development of a flexible, resilient and effective early attachment service, as part of a wider perinatal service, that can be delivered in a timely manner and includes service-users feedback and views in its on-going development.

To provide a highly specialist psychoanalytically informed assessment and intervention for parents with young babies, to improve mental health of parents, attachment relationships and longer term outcomes for parents and their babies.

To contribute a psycho-analytic perspective to the service offered by local multi-disciplinary services and agencies working with ante-natal and postnatal women, their partners and their babies.

To provide specialist supervision, consultation, teaching and training across agencies working in perinatal health and CAMHS

To contribute to the development of the perinatal service, across Halton and Warrington Borough.

To work with primitive mental processes in both parent and infant is pivotal to the work

The post-holder should be able to respond in a skilled and sensitive manner and to be able to sustain a strong and containing therapeutic relationship over time and to work with parents defensive processes.

To make a significant contribution to the strategic development of a highly specialist psychoanalytic early attachment service for parents and their young babies, where there are difficulties with attachment and a parent may be experiencing mental health issues.

To provide psychotherapeutic assessments of the emotional development of the infant and the forming attachment relationship, including the impact of any psychological difficulties in the parent, with a view to providing either short or long term psychotherapeutic treatment addressing the parent infant relationships for babies under six months at referral.

To provide a variety of interventions including Video Interaction

Guidance (VIG) and Neonatal Behavioural Assessment Scale (NBAS).

To formulate and implement therapeutic plans and to offer interventions grounded in the principles and techniques of psychoanalytic psychotherapy

To provide specialist expertise in psycho-analytic principles and techniques through advice, supervision and consultation to multi-agency partners

The Post holder will be expected to hold and work their own caseload and to be responsible for monitoring and evaluating risk

To attend and contribute as an independent clinician to multi-disciplinary and multi-agency meetings as appropriate and required.

To ensure appropriate liaison with professionals from external agencies in relation to shared cases

To participate in the evaluation of clinical work

To contribute to the development of best evidence based practice and practice-based evidence within the service

Person Specification

QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • Evidence of relevant CPD
  • Doctoral level training in Child Psychotherapy including the completion of a 2-year infant observation and personal psychoanalysis.
  • Registration with the Association of Child Psychotherapists

Desirable

  • Qualification in Video Interaction Guidance
  • Additional training in attachment, mentalisation, parent-infant therapy
  • Qualification in Neonatal Behavioural Assessment Scale (NBAS)

EXPERIENCE

Essential

  • Substantial experience of working psychodynamically with parents/infants with serious relationship and attachment difficulties.
  • Experience of working with parents with mental health problems.
  • Experience of drawing on one's own experience for both self- learning and the development of others
  • Experience of communicating about complex safeguarding issues verbally and in the written form.
  • Substantial theoretical knowledge and practical experience of the treatment of serious mental health disturbance in parents and infants and clinical experience of working with complex cases in child and adolescent mental health
  • Development of self and others in line with legislation, policy and procedures.
  • Experience of setting up a service
  • Experience of psychodynamic clinical work

Desirable

  • Experience of working with Looked after Children and adopted children.
  • Teaching & training.
  • Evidence of managing supervisory responsibilities

SKILLS

Essential

  • Evidence of supervisory skills
  • Evidence of engaging hard to reach clients
  • Evidence of working in a multidisciplinary team
  • Awareness of basic research procedures and capacity to conduct audit
  • Ability to provide therapeutic setting for parents & infants together Ability to use Video Interaction Guidance
  • Ability to work autonomously in outreach settings
  • Ability to work effectively across organisational boundaries
  • Analytic and judgement skills.
  • Ability to recognize attachment difficulties and their presentations.
  • Ability to formulate and recommend treatment.
  • Ability to communicate clearly & effectively about complex ideas both verbally & in writing
  • Ability to monitor and assess risk and act accordingly
  • Ability to keep accurate notes and records
  • Ability to plan and organise own workload
  • Good keyboard & IT skills

Desirable

  • Experience in group work

KNOWLEDGE

Essential

  • Knowledge of new-borns, early infancy and child development including knowledge of infant mental health.
  • Knowledge of mother and baby relationships.
  • Knowledge of policies and procedures relating to child safeguarding.
  • Knowledge of evidence-based approaches for working with parents/infants
  • Ability to use Video Interaction Guidance

OTHER

Essential

  • Demonstrate a commitment to respecting and displaying the Trust Values at all times
  • Ability to demonstrate a mature and reflective attitude in the clinical, supervisory and teaching domains.
  • Considerable skill in maintaining and managing therapeutic boundaries.
  • Experience of the nature of this work and the personal impact is essential.
  • Ability to form and maintain good working relationship in mulltidisciplinary settings
  • An open attitude to issues of diversity and an ability to relate well to range of personal and cultural backgrounds.
  • An openness to learning new approaches and working in a variety of settings.
  • An interest in contributing to the development of the service.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Tier 2 Certificate of Sponsorship

Applications from job seekers who require Tier 2 sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. The UK Visas and Immigration department requires employers to complete this test to show that no suitably qualified EEA or EU worker can fill the post. For further information please visit the UK Visas and Immigration website (opens in a new window). From 6 April 2017, Tier 2 skilled worker applicants, applying for entry clearance into the UK, must present a criminal record certificate from each country they have resided continuously or cumulatively for 12 months or more in the past 10 years. Adult dependants (over 18 years old) will also be subject to this requirement. Guidance can be found here Criminal Records Checks For Overseas Applicants (opens in a new window).

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS FT

Address

Knowsley Resource & Recovery Centre

Whiston CYP35 Dragons lane

WHISTON

L35 5DR


Employer's website

https://www.nwbh.nhs.uk/