MANYLION
  • Lleoliad: Barry,
  • Testun:
  • Oriau: Not Specified
  • Cytundeb: Parhaol
  • Math o gyflog: Annual
  • Salary Range: £50,000.00 - £55,000.00
  • Iaith: Saesneg
  • Dyddiad Cau: 04 Mehefin , 2024 12:00 y.b
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Ymgeisiwch Nawr (EN)

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Educational Psychologist

Educational Psychologist

Cyngor Bro Morgannwg
About us
We have an exciting opportunity for an educational psychologist to join our creative and supportive service. Our team is made up of individuals who share a passion for placing relationships at the heart of our approach. There are fantastic opportunities to develop interests and play a key role in providing a psychological service to schools across the authority. We aim to be a reflective service geared towards staff wellbeing, focused on developing supervision and mentoring practices.

Our service is currently adapting a new model of working that has psychology and development at its core reflecting the changing role of the EP as well as Additional Learning Needs (ALN) and curriculum reform.The successful applicant will help the Vale of Glamorgan build on its strong partnerships across education, health and social care services as it contributes to improving wellbeing and attainment. You will have the opportunity to be part of a friendly and forward looking team.

Benefits of working in our team:

• A friendly and supportive team culture.
• Encouragement to be creative and innovative.
• Continuous professional development time and opportunities.
• Opportunities to lead on interest areas and varied project work.
• Regular supervision, peers supervision and one to one meetings.
• Hybrid and flexible working combining office-based working and working from home.
• Equipment (laptop and mobile) and access to IT and administrative support.

About the role
Pay Details: Soulbury A 2-7 plus up to 3 SPA points £44,474 - £54,609 (+ up to 3 SPA points). Existing SPA points will be honoured as well as latest Soulbury pay rise. Hours of Work / Working Pattern: 37 hrs per week (based on full time). Part time applicants will also be welcomed.

Main Place of Work: flexible working including civic offices and opportunities to work from home.

• To promote equality of access and opportunity for all children, regardless of gender, attainment, ethnicity, ALN or competence in English and/or Welsh.
• To promote the use of applied psychology to improve outcomes, inclusion and achievements of children and young people including pre-school and post-16 utilising the following methods:

Consultation with staff, parents and carers.
Therapeutic interventions .
Providing psychological advice as a contributor to the statutory process .
Undertaking project work and training including whole school and local authority . Contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of county provision and policies

• To ensure the effective collection, analysis and communication of data in accordance with the service protocols.
• To participate in the planning and overall development of the Educational Psychology Service and the wider education service.
• To keep abreast of current practice and research in educational psychology, to maintain commitment to a programme of continuous professional development thus maintaining the standards of membership to the Health and Care Professions Council.

About you
You will need:

• A postgraduate qualification in Educational Psychology and be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council
• Experience of working with children and young people with additional learning needs (ALN).
• Knowledge of the psychological and educational needs of children and young people.
• Knowledge and use of a wide range of psychological interventions for children with ALN.
• The ability to manage the pressures of multiple targets and demands.
• Ability to work as a team member and promote cohesion.
• Ability to demonstrate sound balanced judgement, decisions and flexibility.
• Ability to travel. We would welcome experienced applicants and will honour existing pay arrangements. We would also welcome those who are newly qualified or training.

We welcome applicants from all over the UK.

Additional information
DBS Check Required: Enhanced For Further Information, contact: Owen Barry, Principal Educational Psychologist - obarry@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk Please see attached job description / person specification for further information. Oes angen gwiriad gan y