Working in partnership with Sunderland Virtual School (0.5FTE)
Full time – 37 hours Permanent post
Salary – Soulbury Scale A, Points 3 – 8
Plus, up to 3 SPA’s to reflect experience and skills
£40,949 to £50,159 with SPA’s up to £55,040 from September 2019
Location – within Sunderland City Council.
From September 2019
You will be a qualified, motivated psychologist who is able to, plan, promote and implement holistic, integrated school and child-centred approaches to improve outcomes and emotional well-being for Looked After Children. You will have the skills and experience to appreciate and implement the tools, interventions, systemic methods and therapeutic practices needed to provide personalised programmes for vulnerable children and young people in the ‘Cared For’ community and those that support them.
The post lies within the Educational Psychology Service, recognising the need for ensuring full access to all professional commitments and HCPC standards. It is expected that the successful candidate will also function as a key member of the Virtual School Team, spending up to three days weekly integrated within the Virtual School environment.
Candidates will possess an Honours Degree in Psychology recognised by the British Psychological Society and a Post Graduate qualification in Educational Psychology. You will be required to comply with Health and Care Professions Council registration.
For further informal discussion please contact:
Miss Karen Watson, Principal Educational Psychologist: email@example.com telephone 0191 561 2233.
Mrs L. Mason, Headteacher, Virtual School. firstname.lastname@example.org