Clinical Psychologist, Auditory Implant Service

Location Highfield Campus, University of Southampton
Salary £39,152 to £49, 553 Pro rata per annum Part Time (0.6 FTE)
Post Permanent
Closing DateJune 1st 2021
Interview DateJune 10th 2021
Reference 1365521LH

Senior Clinical Psychologist 

University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service

 An exciting opportunity has arisen for a position at the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service (USAIS) as a Senior Clinical Psychologist.

USIAS is situated at the University of Southampton Highfield Campus and provides a regional service for severely and profoundly deaf adults and children. 

 The Senior Clinical Psychologist role offers a specialist clinical psychology service to severely-profoundly deaf adults who are under assessment for a cochlear implant. Also you will be involved in supporting adults pre- and post- cochlear implantation. Intervention might include individual sessions for the patients, or group work in the centre as well as working with other members of the multidisciplinary team.

Initially this post will involve working with the adult cochlear implant population but there will be opportunities for working with a child and young person caseload in the future.

It is essential you have a DclinPsych qualification or equivalent and be registered with the relevant clinical body, BPS or ACP.

 

The University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service (USAIS) is renowned for providing a regional service for severely and profoundly deaf adults, children and young people in the southern region of England and the Channel Islands.  The service is situated at the University of Southampton in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences. USAIS is looking for a highly motivated Senior Clinical Psychologist to join the multidisciplinary team.

You will be involved in providing a specialist clinical psychology service to severely-profoundly deaf adults who are under assessment for a cochlear implant. You will be involved in supporting adults pre- or post-cochlear implantation.  Intervention might include individual sessions for patients, work with the wider family, or group work in the centre as well as working with other members of the multidisciplinary team. Initially this post will involve working with the adult cochlear implant population but there may be opportunities for working with a child and young person caseload in the future. You will have the opportunity to be involved with teaching on courses run at the University.  You will also have a key role in the multidisciplinary team for safeguarding.  Attendance at conferences and training courses is encouraged and supported for continuing professional development.

You should be an experienced Clinical Psychologist with experience in working in the field of disability/health issues.  Experience with deaf people who have cochlear implants is desirable, but your induction will help you gain experience in this field.

Informal enquiries can be made to Nicola Sheppard, Speech and Language Therapist and Team Lead, or Louise Lee, Senior Clinical PsychologistUniversity of Southampton Auditory Implant Service  

Contact USAIS by telephone 02380 593522, or e-mail ais@soton.ac.uk

For more information about the work of USAIS visit  www.ais.southampton.ac.uk

Application Procedure

You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.ukThe application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Charlene Tyson (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750 or email recruitment@soton.ac.uk.  Please quote reference 1265521LH on all correspondence.