Clinical Practitioner

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We're looking for a talented Clinical Practitioner to work for our client.

They want to recruit someone with demonstrable experience of working within a therapeutic treatment setting.

If that's you then you could be exactly what they're looking for.

Please note: In this position you'll occasionally be required to work some shifts in unsociable hours. Full details of how this will work will be revealed at interview.

The Role:

As the Clinical Practitioner you'll report to the Clinical Director and will be primarily responsible for working within the clinical team to ensure a high quality of service continues to be delivered to the young people.

In the job you'll be tasked with the following:

Facilitating small group sessions and one to one sessions
Writing reports including assessments, reviews and risk assessments
Leading the residential staff where needed

The Candidate:

The ideal candidate for this Clinical Practitioner role will have relevant experience of working within a therapeutic treatment setting.

You'll also need experience of working with adolescents or offenders as well as providing group and individual therapy sessions.

In addition, it's essential that you possess the following:

Minimum of 2 years post qualification i.e. RMN/RMNH; dip.SW/CQSW or relevant therapeutic qualification
Excellent communication skills with an ability to liaise and negotiate sensitively, tactfully and diplomatically at all levels
Ability to work as part of a teamDoes that sound like you? If so, we'd love to see your CV.

You must also possess a full driving licence to be considered for this position. Please do not apply if you do not have one.

This position could be right for you if you want to work as any of the following: Registered Mental Health Nurse, Qualified Social Worker or as a Counsellor.

The Package:

Basic salary: Up to £29,792 per annum for the ideal candidate

The Company:

The business you'll be working for is a charitable trust who provide residential support to vulnerable young males. The young people will have experienced trauma and have a history of harmful sexual behaviour.

They're a great company to work for. People join them for many reasons, such as they:

- Are a dedicated, longstanding charity

- Provide ongoing training and professional development

- Provide extensive training and development opportunities

Interested? If you think you're right for this Clinical Practitioner role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

Coburg Banks Health and Social Care specialise in recruiting Care Managers, Care Co-ordinators and Senior Carers within Residential care, Domiciliary care, Supported living and Nursing across the UK. We would welcome the opportunity to help you in your career, so please send a copy of your CV into us. If you know of other people who are currently looking for a new career within the Health and Care Sector please refer them to us
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