Updated: Jul 9, 2019
Associate Educational Psychologists Needed.
Do you enjoy building relationships with schools, families and young people? Do you value autonomy within a strongly supportive team? Are you passionate about psychology?
If so, working with Applied Psychologies could be for you!
Locations currently needed: Middlesbrough, Stockton, Whitby, Liverpool and Lancashire.
Our purpose is simple; to deliver positive outcomes.
We are looking for qualified EP's to work with us in settings primarily across the North East and the North West of England, although please contact us if you can work anywhere along the M62 corridor as we may have work for you. This current role would be on associate basis, with potential to move into employment in the future.
Applied Psychologies Associates can expect competitive rates of pay, named schools, group supervision opportunities, flexible working and a supportive team. Most of all, we offer creative freedom and opportunities to develop your areas of psychological interest. We want you to love being an EP and love working for us!
We're looking for passionate, proactive people who care about delivering positive outcomes for young people, their families and the schools and settings in which they work. We want you to be excited about the opportunities working for Applied Psychologies can bring - such as whole school work, projects, training delivery and the chance to make real change in your schools.
The role requires HCPC registration, reliability, consistency and a proactive approach to communication and organisation.
David and Jonny set up Applied Psychologies in 2012 and since then have established an outstanding reputation for providing high quality and consistently effective educational psychology services across the North of England. As a result of our success, demand for services is increasing rapidly and we now need to add to our ever growing team of EPs, therapists and education specialists.
For us it’s all about relationships and that’s why we encourage a planning meeting approach and the operation of an assess-plan-do-review model of practice; however, within this framework the educational psychologist’s creativity and individual style of working is valued and encouraged.
Get in touch:
If this sounds like the right role for you, we would love to hear from you.
Call us on 01482 643458 or email us at email@example.com.