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Full Time - 37.5 hours
£25,000 - £34,000
Hull, Beverley and Driffield
About the role
We are excited to be recruiting for a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner here at Connect Health for our Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service in Humber & East Riding.
Utilising developed specialist skills in assessment and psychological therapies, you will work with our clients to assess the suitability of psychological interventions as well as formulate, implement, and evaluate therapy programmes for them. You will provide high quality clinical and case management supervision.
We are looking for well-organised and experienced Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, to deliver quality clinical sessions to clients and patients whilst keeping up to date with advances in psychological therapies. You will have a sound knowledge of associated issues facing client groups, NICE and approved clinical interventions within an IAPT programme or similar.
You will contribute to the development of best practice within the service, analysing service information, identifying, and implementing service improvements, alongside carrying out clinical audits of service performance, including service user surveys and evaluations.
Your ability work in a flexible environment and handle other’s emotions without becoming personally involved in them is essential. We are dedicated in delivering the highest level of care, in the most efficient and cost-effective way, with re-investment to ensure services are sustainable.
Join our motivated, ambitious and fast-growing team. We focus on competency, developing talent and offer great flexibility. You’ll be registered with the BSP / BACP / UKCP / BABCP / AREBT, and a fully qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner. If you’re able to manage a varied caseload, committed to CPD and have the desire to develop yourself and the service, with a keen eye on improving client care, then we’d be keen to hear from you.
Connect Health was founded in 1989 by Professor Andrew Walton, who remains as the Group Executive Director. Originally a Musculoskeletal service provider operating out of the North East of England, the business has grown to become a medium sized enterprise providing a range of Community-based services to the NHS, alongside Occupational Health services to the Corporate sector. We are continually evolving our proposition to patient care, and we’re building a highly skilled multi-disciplinary team where our clinical service provides care and expertise in chronic pain, rheumatology, and mental health alongside musculoskeletal therapy.
Within the NHS sector we deliver community services to over 10% of the population in England, commissioned by over 25 Clinical Commissioning Groups. Our growth over the last 5 years is a testament to the high quality, efficient and effective care we provide through our clinical and support colleagues. We are internationally recognised as an agent of change; driving innovation and transformation in collaboration with other NHS provider organisations that benefits our 3 stakeholders; patients, staff, and commissioners.
We pride ourselves on offering people a great place to work that encourages an environment where people can be the best version of themselves every day. Connect Health people are energetic, passionate and believe wholeheartedly in aspiring to excellence in the way we provide care at the clinical/patient interface no matter our role in the business.
It’s been a ground breaking journey for us at Connect Health so far, and our growth continues to inspire and excite us
Benefits of working for Connect
“The best thing about Connect Health? For me it’s the opportunity to develop”