- £21,498 per annum
- King's Lynn
- Closing date for all applications:
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Ormiston Families Mental Health Support Team in Schools
This is an exciting opportunity to join Ormiston Families following the successful completion of an initial trailblazer year of implementing two Mental Health Support Teams in Schools in Norfolk.
This temporary post is full time, 35 hours per week; with a salary of £21,498 per annum
Based in Kings Lynn
The role of Assistant Psychologist is to support and enhance the professional psychological care of patients within the Kings Lynn Mental Health Support Team in Schools (MHSTS), across all aspects of care; providing psychological assessment and psychological interventions under the supervision of a qualified clinical psychologist, working independently according to a plan agreed with a qualified clinical psychologist and within the overall framework of the teams’ policies and procedures. Also, to assist in clinically related administration, teaching and project work.
The successful delivery of the service is essential and key to the transformation of Mental Health services for children and young people in Norfolk and Waveney and will support the evidence base for early intervention to grow the resources and facilitate future developments across our large geographical footprint.
For further information and to apply for this role please see the Application Pack and to apply please click ‘Apply Online’.
Within your personal statement please answer the following essay question: “What is your understanding of the role of Mental Health Support Teams in Schools (MHSTS) and how would an Assistant Psychologist function fit within the MHSTS?” (Max 250 words)
Closing date for all applications is 9am, Monday 12th April 2021.
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