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City of Wolverhampton Council’s Inclusion Support Service are seeking to appoint an Assistant Psychologist who work within our Educational Psychology team, and with other agencies, including health and social care, supporting early intervention initiatives with vulnerable children and young people.
This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic psychology graduate who has a good degree in psychology to develop their skills within a challenging but supportive environment meeting the needs of vulnerable learners within a range of contexts including schools, early years settings and specialist provision.
Successful candidates will be supervised by registered Educational Psychologists and be expected to contribute to the delivery of assessment and intervention work undertaken by the Service, as well as preparing and assisting with the delivery of training initiatives and participation in research projects under the supervision of lead psychologists.
For more information please contact Robert Hart (Principal Educational Psychologist) on 01902 550539.