Educational Psychologist, newly qualified
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Education
I am currently working with a great local authority in the west midlands. They are looking for an educational psychologist to join their team of multidisciplinary psychologists. This will aid you in learning more and progressing in the future with the skills you will acquire from this organization.
They are a very collaborative, friendly team looking for someone who would integrate fast.
The organization is expanding fast and in January they are opening a new office, so this would be a great opportunity for an ambitious Educational psychologist who wants to progress in this area and grow into a great professional.
- Great team of Educational and other psychologists.
- Friendly and approachable team.
- Great stage for future progression.
- Open Salary depending on experience
The requirements for this role are:
- HCPC registered as Educational psychologist.
- Experience in mental health and trauma.
- You need to be an approachable person as you will be dealing with children and vulnerable persons.
They are looking to interview and fill the position as soon as possible, so please contact me as not to miss out on this opportunity.
The best way of applying to this role would be calling me; Jay Moore on or emailing me your CV at: .
I offer you my experience as a former teacher, and understanding of the education sector. I specialise in teaching and will try to fully understand your needs to be able to find the right position for you.
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