Job Title: Educational Psychologists
Salary Range: £39,359 to £48,211 PLUS £3,000 market forces (pro rata)
Hours: Full Time/Part Time/Variable Hours Available
Contract: Permanent and Fixed Term Contracts Available
Apply now if you are a qualified, HCPC registered, Educational Psychologist
Currently a trainee EP and worried it’s too soon to apply?
Submit an application and we’ll guarantee you an interview!
Up to 44 days annual leave (including bank holidays) *
£3,000 market forces payment on top of salary EVERY YEAR (pro rata)
Relocation packages available
Fantastic CPD opportunities
Interviews held weekly
SEN Support’ intervention through a Consultation model of service delivery
Participate in countywide initiatives e.g. Autism Education Trust Training, VIG, Task and Finish groups
Broad multi-disciplinary integrated local team, working closely with SEN Officers, Early Years Practitioners, Specialist Teachers, and Attendance Officers
Keep up to date with, and contribute to, research and evidence based practice
Collaborative approach to developing our Service to promote the impact made to children and young people’s life outcomes
Varied workforce, including Principal EP, Team Managers, Senior EPs, Trainee EPs, Psychology Assistants, Performance, Monitoring and Project Officer and Support Officers
Strong links with university courses
Team desks and storage, with dedicated EP team based administrative support Free parking
Relocation package if eligible (quick access to London by train from all team areas)
Soulbury Scale A Point 3-8 (plus up to 3 SPA's)
Call now for an informal discussion 01992 588585
(EPS Central Office)
* depending on continuous service - with no continuous service annual leave entitlement is 41 days including Bank Holidays.
Safeguarding children and adults is of utmost importance to Hertfordshire County Council. The Council requires employees to abide by legislation and best practice to enable Hertfordshire to achieve this. This role has been identified as requiring a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check.
To apply: Please follow the 'Apply for Job' button at the bottom of the screen.
As part of the application you will be prompted to provide a supporting statement which is your opportunity to evidence how your skills, knowledge and experience match what we are looking for based on the PERSON SPECIFICATION area of the attached Job Outline. If you do not supply a supporting statement, your application may be rejected.
All questions marked with a * are mandatory question and must be answered – you will not be able to submit your application until all mandatory questions have been answered.
The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.
AS PART OF THIS ROLE YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO TRAVEL TO VISIT SERVICE USERS OUT IN THE COMMUNITY, EITHER IN THEIR HOMES OR AT OTHER VENUES IN ORDER TO UNDERTAKE ASSESSMENTS. YOU WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND MEETINGS AT OTHER SITES OTHER THAN YOUR OWN WORK BASE. IN LIGHT OF THIS, REGULAR ACCESS TO A CAR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS ROLE.