Soulbury Scale A 3-8 plus up to 3 SPAs
Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service (EPS) is a community focussed service, which strives for inclusion by removing barriers. We have continued to grow and further develop our offer, despite the COVID-19 context, and have maintained our well-founded reputation for supporting settings and other services. We have developed innovative ways of delivering support to parents/carers, children/young people, schools and other settings and continue to focus on gaining positive outcomes for Warwickshire’s children, young people and families.
We are a large, vibrant and strong service of over forty EPs working across five teams in three geographical areas, and accessible to over 250 education providers. Each team is led by a Senior Educational Psychologist. All schools have a named link EP and the range of work undertaken across teams is hugely varied. We have increasing strategic engagement, with commissions from within the local authority, with Warwickshire’s range of ‘education providers’ and with other settings.
Across Warwickshire we have a number of full time or part time posts available. We would also welcome applications from Trainee Educational Psychologists.
We place a high value on work-life balance. We provide an established programme of professional supervision through line management and peer approaches. We can offer a range of generic and specialist work within the 0-25 age range in all types of educational setting. We have very successfully developed a range of flexible and virtual working practices and all EPs are issued with a Surface Pro to support this.
EPs in Warwickshire say: ‘I have always felt welcomed, actively included and supported….’, ‘my professional skills go from strength to strength’, ‘I love the range of opportunities open to all: virtual school, trauma informed and attachment aware training, neurodevelopment team in CAMHs, In Year Fair Access’, ‘this EPS stands out to me because of the cohesive nature of the teams’, ‘I like the flexibility of work, and of working’, ‘the consultative emphasis of the service, using tools such as Circle of Adults’.
Would you like to join us?
- If you want to be challenged to apply educational psychology to facilitate and coach improved outcomes across a variety of traded and statutory clients;
- If you want to work in a supportive, flexible, responsive, and ethically driven working environment; and,
- If you want to work in partnership with EP colleagues and others on a range of projects of interest, then please apply!
Key Skills and Experience: We need motivated, enthusiastic, skilled, creative and successful EPs able to improve outcomes for children, young people and families through individual, group, and system level activity, and through research and project work. You need to be a reflective practitioner, resilient, solution orientated, and an excellent communicator. You must be HCPC registered, awaiting confirmation of HCPC registration, or on a recognised professional educational psychology training course.
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
For further details of working within Warwickshire EPS please contact:
Tracey Underwood – Interim Principal Educational Psychologist on
01926 742921 or email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is midnight Monday 7th February 2022. Interviews will commence the week of Monday 14th of February 2022.
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Warwickshire County Council (WCC) is committed to equality of opportunity for all employees and is keen to address areas of under representation in its workforce, this is because we really understand the importance of different voices, experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds within our workforce. Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups. WCC has a number of staff network groups which provide peer support and safe spaces for employees who hold these and other identities. See more.