The Disabilities Trust is recruiting for a Clinical Psychologist to join our clinical team at our brain injury unit Ty Aberdafen in Llanelli, South Wales.
The Disabilities Trust is a leading national charity, providing innovative care, rehabilitation and support solutions for people with profound physical impairments, acquired brain injury and learning disabilities as well as children and adults with autism.
Ty Aberdafen supports and provides innovative care for up to 24 adults who have an acquired brain injury. Some adults may have severe cognitive, physical and/or emotional difficulties which can include disinhibited behaviour and neuropsychiatric symptoms.
As a Clinical Psychologist, you will work as part of a dynamic interdisciplinary team to deliver a neurobehavioural assessment and rehabilitation service for people with acquired brain injury.
You will be providing specialist psychological assessment of adults with acquired brain injury, formulating and implementing plans of specialist psychological treatment or management of service users neuropsychological and mental health problems. You will be undertaking a range of psychological therapeutic and rehabilitation interventions and psychological risk assessment and risk management for relevant service users.
What are we looking for?
Suitable candidates will be accredited BPS and have previous experience within neuro/brain injury.
All candidates must have a doctorate in clinical psychology.
Please note: this role is lone working and a driver's licence is required.
What will you receive?
Salary: £31,537 - £37,592
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
You will receive 6.6 weeks annual leave, sick pay, pension scheme, life assurance and free parking.
The Disabilities Trust also offers the chance to have QiCN opportunities, including supported study leave as well as receiving support, training and facilitation of research and professional development interests by our Research Fellow and the Clinical Executive Group
We look forward to receiving your application
This position is subject to a successful Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and employment references.