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Educational Psychologist

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Closed for applications on 02/12/2016 12:00
£37173 - £46044
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Closing date:
2 Dec

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Document Ed Pych.pdf (356.16 KB)

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This job is closed for applications.

Further information

We are looking to recruit to a permanent Educational Psychologist post. We welcome applications from those interested in working full time or part time. Applications are welcomed from fully qualified HCPC registered Educational Psychologists and from trainee Educational Psychologists in the third year of their Doctorate training. For those interested in temporary work please contact us about working with us as an Associate.
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic Educational Psychologist to join our supportive and dedicated team. As a service we are committed to the application of educational and psychological research to improve outcomes for children and young people, We seek to promote the use of inclusive, evidence-based, practices to help children and young people overcome barriers to educational achievement; social and emotional well-being; and mental health. The successful applicant(s) will work with named schools and settings within the exciting, diverse and rapidly changing context of Northumberland.

We work from a central base in Ashington with access to hot desking facilities in other localities. We are co-located and work closely with other SEND services.

We are a friendly, stimulating team who can offer you:-
• A well structured programme of support and supervision
• Opportunities for continuous professional development
• Quality administrative support
• Flexible and Agile working arrangements

The appointment will be subject to enhanced DBS clearance for the successful applicant. We are committed to equality and diversity.
For informal discussion, please contact Paula Hesford (Service Manager), or Katinka Bryan (Senior Educational Psychologist) on 01670 624813. Email Paula. Hesford@Northumberland.gov.uk, Katinka.Bryan@Northumberland.gov.uk

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