Clinical Psychologist in Neuropsychology

Posted 16 September by NHS Business Services Authority

We are excited to be recruiting a Clinical Psychologist in Neuropsychology at Band 8A. This neuropsychology post will be based in the Salford Care Organisation at Salford Royal Foundation NHS Trust. The majority of the clinical work for this post will involve input to the Neurosurgical Wards at Salford Royal together with up to two outpatient clinics with a weighting towards a Traumatic Brain Injury caseload.

The Department of Clinical Neuropsychology at Salford Royal is one of the largest neuropsychology services in the country, and has clinicians working across inpatient, outpatient, and community services.

To be employed at an 8A level, it would be expected that the applicant will have completed at least one year of the Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Clinical Neuropsychology. We would also be happy to receive applications from clinicians without this level of experience but, if successful, they would be appointed on an 8A preceptorship post, and paid as a Band 7 (£38,890 - £44,503) until meeting the aforementioned requirement. Funding for the PGDip would then be subsidised by the Department of Clinical Neuropsychology.

In line with the Trust’s Single Equality Scheme we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of ethnic origin, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, nationality, religion, marital status, social back ground or trade union membership. However, as members of ethnicity minority groups and individuals with disabilities are currently under-represented at this level of post, we would encourage applications from members of these groups. Appointment will be based on merit alone.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Dr Russell Sheldrick

Joint Head of Clinical Neuropsychology

Reference: 40884660

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