We are looking to recruit a qualified clinical psychologist to help us achieve our plan.
· Do you share our passion to end homelessness
· Have experience of working with young people or adults who have experienced multiple disadvantage
· Able to support our staff teams to develop through reflective practice
· Can help us embed trauma informed approaches/psychological frameworks in our work
· Are committed to co-production
If this is you then we need to hear from you - you could be leading this work stream!
BCHA has set an ambition to be a psychologically informed organisation delivering trauma informed care.
We are looking to recruit a clinical psychologist is to lead the strategy and implementation to embed trauma informed approaches across the organisation. Relevantly qualified and registered, you will be actively promoting the use of psychological frameworks and delivering reflective practice to teams across the breadth of BCHA service provision to develop trauma informed responses to customers and service users.
Experience of working with young people and adults with social, emotional and mental health needs is essential. A sound knowledge of safeguarding is essential. Experience of working with people who are homeless and/or who are experiencing domestic abuse is desirable. With a passion for safeguarding and high quality services, you will strive for success by delivering co-created and co- produced services that have excellent outcomes for customers and are evidence based. The post holder should be passionate about working within diverse communities and be keen to develop an awareness of local community organisations and services that support the wellbeing of all families.
DBS checks are required for roles where you will be working with or have lone contact with Vulnerable Adults and Children.
BCHA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.