Head of Clinical and Therapy

Excellent salary and bonus package.

Amazing things happen throughout our values driven services every day. Our aim is to rebuild the lives of children who have experienced severe trauma through past abusive experiences, specialising in therapeutic children’s homes. We are a privately owned organisation; with a leadership team that have excelled for over a 100 combined years in giving their all and going the extra mile for looked after children in the residential children’s homes sector.

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Head of Clinical and Therapy to lead our clinical department which is dedicated to providing innovative, high quality assessment and treatment for children with significant adverse childhood experiences and complex trauma. Reporting to the Managing Director, the main purpose of this position is to provide strategic and operational leadership and governance to the clinical department in conjunction with advising the Board of Directors on the impact of the service delivery. The post holder will oversee and further embed the existing clinical model, as well as taking overall responsibility for the delivery of the clinical strategy. You will have gained significant experience of operating at a senior level managing clinical or therapeutic services with a demonstrable track record of success. Ideally you will have proven multi-site experience in supporting teams to provide attachment-based trauma informed care.

Essential education: Doctorate in Clinical/Counselling/Forensic psychology or equivalent
Required licence or certification: Full UK Driving Licence

In return for your hard work:

-Contributory pension scheme
-Comprehensive bonus structure
-Simply Health Cash back scheme
-Starting 33 days holiday
-Employee Assistance Scheme
-Colleague Referral Scheme
-Onsite gym
-Free car parking
-Career progression opportunities
-Learning and Development

Region:

North West

Employment Type:

Full Time

Location:

Application End Date:

27 May 2020

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