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We're always happy to hear from passionate people! 


Our current vacancies are listed below but we always welcome discussions with qualified educational psychologists and specialists such as Paediatric OTs, SaLTs, and specialist teachers. 


If you're interested in working with us, please email your CV to or call us on 01482 643458.

Current Vacancies 

"Feeling part of something with a vision that's going places and being free to share my ideas and develop my practice.”

"The amount of 'in-house' expertise and support is fantastic!”


We love inspiring and training the next generation of educational psychologists. We’ve had assistants with the team for five years now and we have three trainee educational psychologists across second and third year.

If you’re looking to become an EP, we’d love to help. Here’s our run down of the assistant, trainee and qualified roles with tips on how to be successful at each stage…

Assistant Educational

The details below relate assistant EP positions at Applied Psychologies and may differ from other services.

Typical duties:

The Assistant EP will have a dynamic learning curve, shadowing their supervisor and other EPs to learn how we work to support schools. Working with your supervisor and sometimes independently (but well supervised) you will be building relationships with schools and families; gathering information for casework; researching; and creating content for schools and training sessions.

Experience required:

Our assistants usually come from teaching. This can be primary or secondary and may be as a qualified teacher or teaching assistant. Others have joined from local authority assistant roles and other psychology roles.


A BPS accredited undergraduate psychology degree with Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership. Other qualifications and training relevant to the field in teaching or SEND subjects will also help your application.

Read our ‘Don’t give up - reflections of an assistant EP’ blog for first-hand experience of being an assistant with Applied Psychologies.

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