Educational Psychologists

Posted a week ago by Frontier Consulting

£38,865 - £57,544/annum

We are looking for candidates with extensive experience in working with children and young people spanning the age spectrum from 0 to 25 years. Approximately 40% of our caseload pertains to pre-school children, making it imperative for candidates to possess specialized experience in this particular age group. Additionally, candidates should possess a background in offering guidance and assistance to educational institutions, focusing on strategies and provisions that cater to a broad array of needs across four key areas:

  1. Cognition and learning, encompassing severe learning difficulties to specific challenges.
  2. Language and social communication difficulties, with a notable number of children on our caseload falling within the autism spectrum, including those with significant impairments and higher-functioning individuals.
  3. Medical and sensory difficulties.
  4. Social, emotional, and mental health challenges.

Our role is situated within various educational settings, including pre-schools, primary schools, secondary schools, and both mainstream and special needs colleges. Therefore, we are seeking candidates who possess a diverse background, having worked across different types of schools, both at the individual student level and on a school-wide level. This experience should include the implementation of evidence-based interventions that promote psychological well-being and enhance educational outcomes. We expect candidates to have a track record of applying person-centered approaches in their work with children, their families, and schools. This involves conducting individual assessments, consultations, and providing training as needed.

What You'll Need to Succeed

To excel in this role, you should meet the following criteria:

  • Proven Relevant Experience: You must have a solid track record of relevant experience as an Education Psychologist.

  • Collaborative Work Ethic: Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with team members and all stakeholders, working collectively to achieve positive outcomes for children and their families.

  • Passion for Educational Improvement: An unwavering passion for enhancing outcomes for children and young people in educational settings.

  • Mental Health Advocacy: A strong commitment to promoting mental health and well-being among children and young people.

  • Service-Oriented Approach: The capacity to deliver services to children, families, and educational settings with a focus on integrity, respect, and the utmost confidentiality on behalf of the organization.

  • Equality and Diversity Advocacy: A commitment to supporting equality and diversity while showing respect to customers, clients, and fellow staff members, irrespective of gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnic origin.

Contract Length:
Job Reference:
Keagan - EP
Job ID:
Less than 10

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