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Alliance Psychology and our Impact on Teesside Service are recruiting for a number of roles within their departments. Please read the below to find out further information about the roles or to apply.


Clinical Counselling Supervisors

Closing Date: 16th May 2021
Salary: £34,000 pro rata to hours worked

We are currently looking to add to our team of Clinical Supervisors to work with staff from our Primary Care Psychological Therapies and Workplace Wellbeing Services. Successful applicants will have an in-depth knowledge and training in a recognised psychological model as well as a qualification and experience in clinical supervision, alongside significant experience in Primary Care and/or Workplace services.

Applicants should be able to offer a minimum of 6 hours a week for individual supervision and ideally should be accredited with an appropriate professional body.

Main duties of the job

To provide clinical supervision to therapists within Alliances teams working into Workplace Wellbeing and Primary Care Psychological Therapies Services across the Tees Valley and North East region to assist in ensuring the quality and standards of our service delivery.

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


Team Administrator (37.5 Hours)

Closing Date: 13th May 2021
Salary: £18,525 a year

We are looking for an experienced administrator to join our existing team.

Main duties of the job

As a front-line member of this team, you will deal directly with people contacting the service and provide admin support to the team. You will assist in providing an efficient appointments administration service by assigning appointments for new patients to the service. You will be the point of contact for referral and appointment telephone enquiries and any other duties relating to the referral or appointment booking process.

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


Childrens Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs)

Closing Date: 6th May 2021
Salary: £24,500 - £27,000

Job Overview

Alliance is a leading local children's mental health service delivering psychological support and emotional well-being services in a range of educational and community settings. We support a whole school/college approach to improving mental health and wellbeing. We provide psychological therapies to children and families with multiple and complex needs.

As part of the National Trailblazer for transformation of mental health and emotional wellbeing in schools, Hartlepool & Stockton (HAST) CCG and Partners have been awarded funding from the Department of Education, NHS England and Health Education England to implement Childrens Mental Health Support Teams (MHSTs) in Schools. We are delighted that we are lead employers working in collaboration with other partner organisations to implement and deliver services within our local area.

The Mental Health Support Teams are intended to:

Main duties of the job

To provide assessment, including risk assessment, of children and young people experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties.

To support management of waiting lists playing a proactive role in educational settings.

To operate within Alliance Service Referral to Discharge Protocols and within a Consultation Approach to supporting settings and children in getting the right support at the right time.

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) Fixed Term (up to 12 months)

Closing Date: 9th May 2021
Salary: £24,500 - £27,000

Job Overview

Alliance Psychological Services is an independent provider of counselling and psychological therapy services based in the Tees Valley area and working across the North East region. We are working in partnership with Insight Healthcare and Middlesbrough & Stockton Mind to deliver the IMPACT on Teesside service.

Main duties of the job

Full and Part Time Positions Available

The Postholder will provide a range of evidence-based psychological interventions within the framework of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Programme as part of as part of Impacts Primary Care Psychological Wellbeing Therapies (PWT) Service across the Tees area.

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) - Permanent Position

Closing Date: 9th May 2021
Salary: £24,500 - £27,000

Job Overview

Alliance Psychological Services is an independent provider of counselling and psychological therapy services based in the Tees Valley area and working across the North East region. We are working in partnership with Insight Healthcare and Middlesbrough & Stockton Mind to deliver the IMPACT on Teesside service.

Main duties of the job

We are currently recruiting for a permanent PWP post working 22.5 hours per week. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an innovative service providing PWP Modality interventions in our IAPT pathway, working with adults aged 16+ within the framework of the IAPT Programme. PWPs deliver a variety of IAPT interventions, including face to face, telephone and digital based work.

The post holder will hold an IAPT PWP recognised qualification, be enthusiastic, hardworking and able to meet specified targets in order to deliver a high-quality Primary Care Mental Health Service.

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


IAPT Counsellors

Closing Date: 6th May 2021
Salary: £28,000 - £29,500
(pro rata)

Job Overview

Full and Part Time Positions Available

Salary Scale: £28,000- £29,500 pro rata to hours worked.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an innovative service providing IAPT Counselling interventions in our IAPT pathway, working with adults aged 16+ within the framework of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Programme. IAPT Counsellors deliver a variety of IAPT interventions, including face to face, telephone, and digital based work.

The post holders will hold an IAPT recognised qualification, be enthusiastic, hardworking and able to meet specified targets in order to deliver a high-quality Primary Care Mental Health Service.

Main duties of the job

To work as a member of the Impact PWT Service Team

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


High Intensity CBT (HICBT) Therapists

Closing Date: 9th May 2021
Salary: £35,000 - £39,000

Job Overview

Full and Part Time Positions Available

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an innovative service providing high intensity interventions in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), working with adults aged 16+ within the framework of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Programme. High Intensity Therapists deliver a variety of CBT interventions, including face to face, telephone and digital based work.

The post holders will hold an IAPT recognised qualification in HI CBT, be enthusiastic, hard working and able to meet specified targets in order to deliver a high quality Primary Care Mental Health Service.

Main duties of the job

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


Mental Health Practitioner – Complex Presentations

Closing Date: 6th May 2021
Salary: £28,000
(pro rata)

Job Overview

Alliance Psychological Services has an exciting opportunity for experienced Mental Health Practitioners to work within Impact on Teesside, our Primary Care Psychological Wellbeing Therapies service, as part of our dedicated 3+ pathway for more complex presentations. We are now increasing our capacity to provide additional tailored and timely therapeutic support to people being discharged from secondary care. We would welcome applications from practitioners with specific experience and interest in working with this client group, including Registered Mental Health Nurses, PWPs and IAPT qualified counsellors. Please see the attached job description for more information.

Main duties of the job

Practitioners will provide consistent contact for the first 3 months after discharge, including assessment, stabilisation, emotional regulation and resource building in preparation for an identified primary care intervention where appropriate.

This increased level of post-discharge support is designed to increase engagement and positive outcomes, ensure continuity of care and a potential smooth transition into treatment. The project will therefore provide key additional support and prepare people with more complex needs to engage in therapy avoiding readmission to hospital.

We are looking for full time (37.5 hours) and/or part time (15 - 22.5 hours) practitioners to complement the work of the existing Complex Presentations team. Posts will be fixed term until 31/03/2022 subject to funding being continued beyond this date.

For further information or to apply please visit: NHS Jobs


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