CURRENT VACANCIES

We are currently unable to support any placements.

Clinical Director

As clinical lead, the post holder will operate at high levels of professional performance and conduct. They will ensure all clinical staff fulfil the requirements of their job descriptions and fully adhere to all organisational policies and procedures.

The post holder will be responsible for developing, organising, and overseeing clinical staff and clinical delivery across all CHUMS services. They will ensure services are compliant with the principles of CYP- IAPT, and that service quality standards are met, and clinical risk is managed and mitigated.

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Honorary Assistant Psychologist

To provide support to CHUMS services, by producing outcome measure reports and to assist with clinical group work.

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Clinical/Counselling Psychologist – BSBS and Trauma Service

We have a vacancy for a Clinical/Counselling Psychologist with a relevent professional qualification in our Bedfordshire Suicide Bereavement Service and Trauma Service. The successful candidate will provide an early telephone consult to every referral accepted to the service, including an initial risk assessment and offering advice and support as appropriate. For BSBS, the role would include the continued monitoring and updating of risk assessments for cases. The Trauma role would also be to deliver trauma psychoeducation and support workshops to parent/carers; to deliver if required individual therapy for children and young people (aged 5-18 years) in the service, using an evidence-based approach for CYP affected by trauma. For BSBS the role would also include supporting workshops for adults and CYP; to deliver if required individual therapy to CYP and adults.

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Family Wellbeing Practitioner (Placement Kent)

This is an exciting opportunity to join the CHUMS team as we move into a new geographical area in Kent. We are looking for exceptional candidates to work with us in delivering this new contract, delighting our commissioners and developing further opportunities for CHUMS.

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Family Care Practitioner – Bereavement (Kent)

The Family Care Practitioner will support children, young people, young adults (CYP/YA’s) up to 25 years and their families who have been bereaved. The post holder will be a source of advice and support for professionals across Kent and Medway.

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