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Educational Psychologist

Norwood’s Education department are seeking a motivated and inspiring Educational Psychologist to join us part-time from August 2021.

Some of the main responsibilities:

1. To work collaboratively as part of Norwood’s Children Service’s multi-disciplinary team with a view to improving children and young people’s educational outcomes and life chances.
2. To deliver a holistic and effective Educational Psychology service to schools and families, with a focus on consultation and promoting inclusion.

Essential Requirements:

• A degree in Psychology (or its equivalent) which confers Graduate Basis for Recognition with the British Psychological Society
• Successful completion of a further degree on an accredited vocational course for the training of Educational Psychologists
• HCPC registration

Benefits:

• The opportunity to work for a leading UK charity
• Competitive salary & benefits package
• A challenging and varied role
• A supportive team
• 1pm Friday finish and additional leave during Jewish festivals

Please note: We reserve the right to close the advert, once we receive sufficient applications, so recommend an early application.

This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure.

Norwood is a disability confident employer. This means we are committed to employing people with disabilities.

Patron: Her Majesty The Queen.

Registered Charity No: 1059050.

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