Specialist SEN Schools, Educational Psychologist, Urgent
I am currently working with an excellent organisation that is looking for an Educational Psychologist to work with two of their schools. The first residential school is rated as Outstanding by OFSTED and the second is an independent day school, both cater to children and young people with complex behavioural, psychological and psychiatric difficulties. You will be splitting your time between the two schools, providing an essential core in the multi-disciplinary teams that operate within the organisation.
Joining an excellent organisation like this where you have the luxury of a local expansion within the organisation as well as the room for progression in the future, means that this could be a great career move for you, whilst providing an essential and rewarding service.
Essential requirements for the role:
- Honours degree in psychology, recognised by the British Psychological Society and a recognised post-graduate professional qualification in Educational Psychology.
- Be registered or eligible for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council.
- Have experience working in a specialist educational service, supporting children and young with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties.
The best way to apply for this role is to call me, Kugan Naidoo on or alternatively email an updated CV to .
What I offer: As a former educator, I understand the education sector completely. I specialise in Educational Psychology throughout the UK and I am the lead consultant here at NonStop Education.
NonStop Education is a specialist recruitment company renowned throughout the education sector for its professionalism, unrivalled industry knowledge and commitment to providing the best possible service. With a 190% growth in 2015 and a database of over 100.000 candidates, we are one of the fastest growing companies within the Education sector, being also the only education recruitment agency to house a Quality Assurance team ensuring a swift and effective process to place the 'right' people in the 'right' organisations.