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Counsellor We are recruiting for Counsellors who will be responsible for providing emotional support to indivudals access employability services at Shaw Trust. You will conduct clinical assessments and sign post to specialised support services as required. You will provide solution focused therapeutic consultation and metal wellbeing assessment sessions, delivering up to 8 Solution Focused Brief Counselling sessions, enabling participants to gain coping strategies to enable them to focus on their present and future goals. You will also assist with the design and provision of psycho-educational workshops for participants and staff on a range of relevant issues, including mental health awareness and managing anxiety. Essential requirements: You will have : A Diploma in Level 4 Counselling A person-centred solution focused skills Post qualification 350 clinical hours Membership/accreditation of a professional body, preferably BACP, BABCP, UKCP or BPC Experience of delivering face to face, telephone and online counselling Experience of working with participants presenting with, self-harm, trauma, suicidal ideation, safeguarding concerns This is a great time to join Shaw Trust as we grow our Health and Wellbeing services. Download the Job Description for full details. Location: Home based Salary: £ 26,271 to £31,525 Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Closing date: 07 November 2021 Please note that we will be shortlisting and telephone screening candidates during the advertising period. Employee Benefits As well as helping to make a positive difference to people's lives our employee benefits include: 25 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays), with incremental increases post 3 years' service up to 28 days, and the option to purchase additional holiday 2 days paid volunteering leave each year An enhanced pension scheme after 6 months Life Assurance at 3 times your annual salary rate Access to a suite of learning and development opportunities including paid for apprenticeship and masters' levels qualifications, and management development programmes Opportunities to connect with our employee diversity networks (LGBTQ Support Network, Racial Equality Network, Disability Equality Network, Women's Network) Health and Wellbeing initiatives including internal support, employee assistance programme and health cash plan Our Strategy To find out more about Shaw Trusts aims in our 2030 Strategic Directive visit our website. Join a diverse and inclusive organisation Shaw Trust is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive working environment, where every employee, regardless of their background or lived experience, feels that they belong and can progress in their career: We are proud to be certified as an employer who meets the National Equality Standard, the accepted standard for inclusiveness in business across the UK. We are Disability Confident Leaders, support the guaranteed interview scheme and use of the government's Access to Work scheme. Living our values, we are keen to reflect the diversity of UK society at every level within our organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community including from people with lived experience and/or knowledge of disability or social exclusion. If you have accessibility requirements and would like information in a different format, get in touch. Shaw Trust reserve the right to close this vacancy early if sufficient applications are received
Salary
£ 26,271 to £31,525 S
Hours
Full time
Closing date
December 22, 2021
Job details

Tezlom are looking for a Person Centred Experiential Counsellor for our service in Luton

We support people in the local area who are having difficulty in coping and who may be suffering from a common mental illness such as depression, anxiety or phobias. Our approach embeds the notion of well–being and recovery and promotes personal responsibility for lifestyle choices and self–management of mental well–being. For our clients, this has resulted in a highly accessible and user–friendly service available across a wide geographical area.

You’ll be managing your own caseload providing evidence based treatments. We offer a high standard of in house clinical supervision and training with accredited supervisors. We offer regular masterclasses to upskill our therapists and support their career development as well as opportunities to access additional modality training.

We provide excellent opportunities for development in this role through access to training around areas of specialism such as supervision, long-term conditions, cultural diversity etc. You will work with your supervisor and line manager to make sure development and CPD plans are in place for your ongoing growth. There are also many opportunities for career progression into areas of leadership or further clinical training.

The service in Luton provides person-centred, holistic and accessible wellbeing services which are flexible and creative, easy to access and navigate and responsive to the needs of local people. The service contributes to tackling inequalities in health through promoting and supporting people to develop healthier behaviours and lifestyles in the context of their own local communities.

In addition to talking therapies, we offer healthy lifestyle programmes including NHS stop smoking, health checks, and exercise on referral, social prescription, weight management and support with physical activity for people with long term health conditions.

As well as supporting the community with improving their physical and emotional heath, we also prioritise our staff wellbeing. We’re based at Active Luton gyms and community centres, which all staff can access and use freely.

The Ideal Candidate
You must hold a Counselling Qualification and have completed the Counselling for Depression IAPT Training course and be BACP accredited. Alongside vast experience of working within Mental Health, you'll have a proven ability to develop good therapeutic relationships with clients and working relationships with your colleagues. You'll manage your own caseload whilst working towards both service and individual targets.

In return, you’ll enjoy the scope and support to enhance your own life and career too, as you gain the experience and training you need to progress in your career with us. Excellent opportunities for both CPD and clinical innovation are available within the service.

You will also be able to make use of our digital platform to work remotely where available. The service operates across a variety of days and hours to include Saturdays and evening work to support our clients when they need it most, therefore we offer flexible working hours to promote a positive work life balance for our staff. We pay incentivised rates of pay for weekend working and additional hours.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £41,703.00-£44,432.00 per year

Benefits:
• Flexible schedule

Work remotely:
• No
Salary
Salary: £41,703.00-£44,432.00 per year
Hours
Full time
Closing date
December 22, 2021
Job details
Person Centred Therapist

Keswick Care Ltd

Wakefield/Barnsley 32 hours per week

Salary £37,500

Annual Leave 28 days inclusive bank holidays (pro rata)

Minimum 4 years experience working with C&YP

Relevant professional qualification – Psychotherapy/Counselling minimum 4 years

BACP Accreditation or equivalent

External Clinical Supervision 1 hour minimum

Experience and knowledge of PACE Model (Dan Hughes)

Experience and knowledge of working with Trauma and attachment

Experience of working within a residential setting for LAC&YP

Experience and knowledge of Safeguarding

Detailed knowledge of other agencies involved in the LAC setting e: g CAHMS

Well organised and able to self-motivate and prioritise own workload

Believe that all LAC & YP can succeed and overcome barriers to their wellbeing and mental health and that the most traumatised and neglected C&YP need the most care and attention

Flexible and creative approach to work, with a positive, ‘can do’ attitude (these C & YP can be challenging and hard to engage)

High levels of emotional intelligence, including resilience to deal with the conflicts C & YP in crisis, in a fast-moving environment

Excellent listening and communications skills

Able and willing to work in different locations

Oversee systems and processes to fully implement trauma informed approach (PACE)

Respect confidentiality at all times

Have Experience in facilitating whole team consultations, formulations, and Training

Work within a multi-disciplinary team to ensure C&YP experience a safe and positive experience living within the homes

Contribute to risk assessments, planning

Therapeutic assessments

Report writing for LAC Reviews

Report writing for therapy sessions

Provide feedback in relation to progress, engagement as appropriate

Participate in assessing needs using detailed knowledge and specialist skills to support positive behaviour, mental health, and wellbeing

Sensitively and positively challenge C&YP promoting and reinforcing their self esteem

Appropriately manage and teach C&YP who have experienced trauma how to regulate their emotions and problem solve

Have a flexible approach. Including hours and locations of work to respond to the needs of the C&YP and the organisation and be comfortable working 1-2-1or with other staff

Delivery of in house training to residential staff teams ref to PACE,TIC,SIB,ACES ETC
Salary
£37,500
Hours
32 hours
Closing date
December 22, 2021
Job details
TalkTime Scotland is a unique charity dedicated to supporting young people aged 12-25 who are either physically disabled or have a long-term physical health condition, through free weekly sessions of face-to-face or online counselling. For more information please see our website talktimescotland.co.uk Description of Post The appointed counsellor will be self-employed and insured and will provide person-centred supportive counselling for between 1-4 hours per week. Hours will vary depending on the number of clients and it is envisaged that this work will be in addition to the counsellor’s current workload. Hours are flexible and are by mutual agreement. The rate of pay is £30 per session. A retainer fee of £30 per week will be paid if no sessions are available. Location Clients are seen face-to-face at our base at Norton Park, 57 Albion Rd, Edinburgh EH7 5QY. Ideally, the counsellor should live or work close to this location. Clients may also request online or telephone counselling Responsible to The counsellor will be responsible to the Trustees of the charity. Confidentiality and Record Keeping The counsellor will be responsible for documenting, maintaining and storing client records consistent with all legal, ethical and professional requirements. Essential Minimum 2 years’ post-qualification experience of counselling including working with young people. BACP/COSCA accreditation. Personal organization of external supervision with a suitably qualified counselling supervisor. Maintenance of appropriate professional indemnity insurance. Ability to work independently and to manage own caseload. Flexible approach to working. Awareness of issues facing physically disabled people. Any successful candidate will be offered support in how to work with young physically disabled people and also the opportunity to share experiences through peer support with other counsellors working for the Charity
Salary
Rate of pay is £30 per session. A retainer fee of £30 per week will be paid if no sessions are available.
Hours
Part time
Closing date
November 13, 2021
Job details

Are you an experienced, person-centred counsellor wanting to work with university students to help them achieve their goals? Does assisting students in finding techniques to keep them on a path of self development while managing all their stresses sound like a rewarding achievement?

Randstad Student Support are currently looking for new counsellors with a genuine passion for providing emotional and practical support to join our counselling and mental health team to provide flexible support, working around your current commitments. The main aim is to ensure the students studying at universities have the confidence and self esteem to complete their university studies while also knowing they have the necessary support.

This position is part-time, working as part of Randstad's Counselling & Mental Health Support Team, using short-term intervention to guide the student towards self development methods over a 5 week period for each student. Finding proactive solutions, using an empathetic approach to understand and meet the emotional, mental and social needs of students to help them create stability for their well-being and university life.

Benefits:
• £25.00 per hour
• £3.01 per hour holiday pay - perfect for the summer holidays and Christmas breaks
• Counselling sessions expected to be 3 days per week, with 5 one hour sessions per day (with some variation)
• All counselling sessions are currently remote - so you can work from the comfort of your own home
• Flexible working hours - you chose when you work
• Opportunity to provide other support roles such as a Specialist Mental Health Mentor (both remotely and on the university campuses in Bath)

Responsibilities
• Provide therapeutic counselling support to students experiencing emotional and mental health issues based on their own unique needs.
• Working 1:1 on certain issues such as transition, anxiety, self help, self-esteem, eating distress, procrastination and exam panic.
• Empathising with the students over their personal and emotional needs while working alongside with the student to promote self help, using self help tools.
• Following risk assessment and safeguarding escalation processes stated by both Randstad and the university the student attends
• Maintaining a confidential approach at all times when working with the students or discussing any information with any other members of staff. Meeting all GDPR requirements

Requirements

Educated to postgraduate Diploma or Masters Level in counselling, psychotherapy or counselling psychology and hold an accredited professional body membership
• Accredited Membership of the BACP, UKCP, NCS or BPS - or actively working towards such accreditation.
• A clear DBS to cover vulnerable adults
• Monthly clinical supervision in order to maintain your professional standards

Desirable
• Keeping up to date with developments in your area of practice and contributing to improvements of operations in the team.
• Experience of counselling in University setting and experience of caseload management.
• Ability to triage student needs quickly and appropriately
• Risk assessment and management skills

If you are looking for extra work, while gaining experience in counselling and making a difference to lots of students' lives then this could be the perfect role for you.

If you would like more information around the position then please don't hesitate to contact Emma Davies on 0161 247 8800 or
Randstad Student & Worker Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Student & Worker Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone
Salary
•£25.00 per hour
Hours
Part time
Closing date
December 10, 2021
Job details

Our client in tandem with government and the broader employment support community across the uk is working hard to make sure they support as many individuals as possible to get and keep a job. they are recruiting for counsellors who will be responsible for providing emotional support to individuals access to their employability services at shaw trust. you will conduct clinical assessments and signpost to specialised support services as required.

you will provide solution focused therapeutic consultation and mental wellbeing assessment sessions, delivering up to 8 solution focused brief counselling sessions, enabling participants to gain coping strategies to enable them to focus on their present and future goals.

you will also assist with the design and provision of psycho-educational workshops for participants and staff on a range of relevant issues, including mental health awareness and managing anxiety.

essential requirements:

a diploma in level 4 counselling
a person-centred solution focused skills
post qualification 350 clinical hours
membership/accreditation of a professional body, preferably bacp, babcp, ukcp or bpc
experience of delivering face to face, telephone, and online counselling
experience of working with participants presenting with, self-harm, trauma, suicidal ideation, safeguarding concernslocation: home based

salary: £ 26,271 to £31,525

contract type: permanent

weekly hours: 37.5

successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced dbs check.

as well as helping to make a positive difference to people’s lives their employee benefits include:

25 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays), with incremental increases post 3 years’ service up to 28 days, and the option to purchase additional holiday
2 days paid volunteering leave each year
an enhanced pension scheme after 6 months
life assurance at 3 times your annual salary rate
access to a suite of learning and development opportunities including paid for apprenticeship and masters’ levels qualifications, and management development programmes
opportunities to connect with our employee diversity networks (lgbtq+ support network, racial equality network, disability equality network, women’s network)
health and wellbeing initiatives including internal support, employee assistance programme and health cash planforward assist recruitment is operating as an employment agency. forward assist recruitment is an equal opportunities employer; we welcome applicants from all backgrounds
Salary
salary: £ 26,271 to £31,525
Hours
Full time
Closing date
December 10, 2021
Job details
Our client in tandem with government and the broader employment support community across the uk is working hard to make sure they support as many individuals as possible to get and keep a job. they are recruiting for counsellors who will be responsible for providing emotional support to individuals access to their employability services at shaw trust. you will conduct clinical assessments and signpost to specialised support services as required.

you will provide solution focused therapeutic consultation and mental wellbeing assessment sessions, delivering up to 8 solution focused brief counselling sessions, enabling participants to gain coping strategies to enable them to focus on their present and future goals.

you will also assist with the design and provision of psycho-educational workshops for participants and staff on a range of relevant issues, including mental health awareness and managing anxiety.

essential requirements:

a diploma in level 4 counselling
a person-centred solution focused skills
post qualification 350 clinical hours
membership/accreditation of a professional body, preferably bacp, babcp, ukcp or bpc
experience of delivering face to face, telephone, and online counselling
experience of working with participants presenting with, self-harm, trauma, suicidal ideation, safeguarding concernslocation: home based

salary: £ 26,271 to £31,525

contract type: permanent

weekly hours: 37.5

successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced dbs check.

as well as helping to make a positive difference to people’s lives their employee benefits include:

25 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays), with incremental increases post 3 years’ service up to 28 days, and the option to purchase additional holiday
2 days paid volunteering leave each year
an enhanced pension scheme after 6 months
life assurance at 3 times your annual salary rate
access to a suite of learning and development opportunities including paid for apprenticeship and masters’ levels qualifications, and management development programmes
opportunities to connect with our employee diversity networks (lgbtq+ support network, racial equality network, disability equality network, women’s network)
health and wellbeing initiatives including internal support, employee assistance programme and health cash planforward assist recruitment is operating as an employment agency. forward assist recruitment is an equal opportunities employer; we welcome applicants from all backgrounds
Salary
£ 26,271 to £31,525
Hours
Full time
Closing date
December 10, 2021
Job details
Our client are looking for a number of Counsellors who will be home based. You will provide solution focused therapeutic and mental wellbeing assessment sessions to participants who access support via our client's employability programmes.

Counsellor

We are looking for Counsellors to join the team providing counselling services to participants accessing the client's services on the JETS programme across Home Counties and Central England.

Location:

This is a home-based role providing counselling support virtually.

Home Countries geographical areas include: East of England - Kent, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk

Central England geographical areas include: Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire, Staffordshire, Walsall and Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Herefordshire & Worcestershire

The Role

As the Counsellor you must have a level 4 diploma in counselling, with at least 350 hours post qualification experience and be a member of a relevant professional body preferably BACP, BABCP, UKCP or BPC.

You will provide focused therapeutic consultation and mental wellbeing assessment sessions to participants accessing support on our employability programmes. You will make assessments of participants mental wellbeing, delivering 8 SFBT (solution focused behavioural therapy) sessions for participants who require low level help with their health and wellbeing. You will help participants to develop coping strategies enabling them to focus on their present and future goals. You will complete assessments and reports adhering to quality, compliance, and professional measures.

Essential Requirements
• Diploma in Level 4 Counselling
• Person centred solution focused skills
• Post qualification 350 clinical hours
• Membership/accreditation of a professional body, preferably BACP, BABCP, UKCP or BPC
• Good IT skills including Microsoft packages
• Experience of delivering face to face, telephone and online counselling
• Experience of working with participants presenting with, self-harm, trauma, suicidal ideation, safeguarding concerns
• Experience of completing assessments
• Experience of keeping records to a high standard
• Able to provide high levels of customer service and manage a caseload of participants

Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

12 Months Fixed Term Contract Role

Forward Assist Recruitment is operating as an employment agency. Forward Assist Recruitment is an Equal Opportunities employer; we welcome applicants from all backgrounds
Salary
£26000.0 to 31000.0 Per Year
Hours
Not stated
Closing date
December 10, 2021
Job details
Accredited PCE-CfD Counsellors
Flexible, Home Working – Full or Part-time From BAND 7 pa (pro-rata for part time) & excellent benefits including access to NHS pension scheme

We are recruiting accredited counsellors (BACP, NCS, UKCP, BPS or NACC) with a qualification in Person-Centred experiential counselling for depression for a band 7 counselling role within our successful IAPT talking therapies team.

You are already providing excellent counselling. You are passionate about making a difference and are seeking a great career opportunity, with Continuous Professional Development and the ability to work flexibly from a combination of hub centres and home. This amazing role within our dynamic and growing Dorking Health Care (DHC) Talking Therapies team can provide all that and more.

About us
DHC Talking Therapies is a patient focused and pro-active community-based provider with strong links to both GPs and our colleagues in DHC's physical health services. We have a strong commitment to delivering high quality community-oriented services, and to working in partnership with service users, carers, health and social care agencies and voluntary agencies.

We are a dynamic, supportive and creative service, providing a high level of training and supervision to clinical practitioners at all levels. We also have an excellent reputation for providing a quality and well-run service which is achieving great recovery rates.

About the role
You will join an established, experienced and well supported team working to maintain DHC Talking Therapies excellent reputation within our local Surrey catchment areas. We are looking to recruit good quality Band 7 Counsellors to work as part of our expanding IAPT Talking Therapy service, delivering appointments to our Surrey clients. You will be enthusiastic, experienced, hard-working and have a genuine interest in helping clients with moderate to severe depression for which PCE-CfD is demonstrated to be clinically effective.

About you
Working within our IAPT service, which includes both virtual and on-site therapists, you will be providing high intensity interventions, for which you will need to demonstrate the following:
• Professional accreditation with BACP, NCS, UKCP, BPS or NACC
• Successfully completed PE CfD training - If you do not have this training, we would still love to hear from you as we can provide this training in our band 6 role.
• Evidence of working with people who have presented with mental health difficulties, preferably in primary care.
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively and to deliver required performance indicators.
• Self-motivated with ability and tools to provide a confidential, safe, professional working environment to clients at all times.

A positive attitude and the commitment to support the mental health and wellbeing of Surrey residents.

About the benefits
As well as an attractive salary and access to the NHS Pension Scheme, we provide regular clinical supervision as well as excellent CPD opportunities. We understand that work life balance is important, therefore there is opportunity for an agreed flexible working pattern and we are also happy to accept applications for full-time or part-time working.

How to apply If you would like to be considered for the role, please complete and submit an application form including your supporting statement saying what makes you right for the role, with reference to the job description and person specification supplied.

If you would like further details, please contact the IAPT Clinical Lead anne.darwent@nhs.net


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Dorking Healthcare Limited
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Salary
£41,902
Hours
Full time
Closing date
December 01, 2021
Job details
To meet the needs of increased student numbers and to enhance the quality of training offered we are expanding our existing staff teams. We are seeking Tutors/Trainee Tutors/Skills Tutors to join our experienced teaching teams delivering our successful MSc and Introductory programmes.

We also welcome applications from accredited psychotherapists and counsellors who meet most, but not all, of the essential criteria. Applicants will need to be qualified practitioners with supervision experience. The trainee tutor position is a fully supported option which through induction, training and assessment leads to full tutor status.
 
The posts are offered on a self-employed basis and will commence in January 2022.

Please visit our website http://www.spti.net/vacancies/ for information and application packs.
 
About the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute (SPTI Ltd)
 
SPTI has a reputation for excellence, with over 30 years’ experience providing professional training in Psychotherapy and Counselling, delivering dual academic and clinical training across a range of levels from Introductory to MSc programmes. Our degree courses are validated by Staffordshire University and are accredited by BACP (BSc programme) and UKCP (MSc programmes).
 
Our mission is to be at the forefront of the counselling and psychotherapy profession in providing a wide range of courses which foster the academic, personal, and professional development of our trainees.
 
Our training has a reputation for excellence in both academic rigour and clinical competence and we aim to equip our trainees to become ethical practitioners and life-long learners who will not only continue to be at the forefront of the development of knowledge in the counselling and psychotherapy profession but also have a positive impact on the well-being of society.
 
We have a commitment to high standards in interpersonal relationships, characterised by mutual respect, collaboration, appropriate boundary and the celebration of difference.

Hours
Part-time
Closing date
December 02, 2021
Town/City
Nottingham
NG1 6FW
Job details
Accredited PCE-CfD Counsellors
Flexible, Home Working – Full or Part-time From BAND 7 pa (pro-rata for part time) & excellent benefits including access to NHS pension scheme

We are recruiting accredited counsellors (BACP, NCS, UKCP, BPS or NACC) with a qualification in Person-Centred experiential counselling for depression for a band 7 counselling role within our successful IAPT talking therapies team.

You are already providing excellent counselling. You are passionate about making a difference and are seeking a great career opportunity, with Continuous Professional Development and the ability to work flexibly from a combination of hub centres and home. This amazing role within our dynamic and growing Dorking Health Care (DHC) Talking Therapies team can provide all that and more.

About us
DHC Talking Therapies is a patient focused and pro-active community-based provider with strong links to both GPs and our colleagues in DHC's physical health services. We have a strong commitment to delivering high quality community-oriented services, and to working in partnership with service users, carers, health and social care agencies and voluntary agencies.

We are a dynamic, supportive and creative service, providing a high level of training and supervision to clinical practitioners at all levels. We also have an excellent reputation for providing a quality and well-run service which is achieving great recovery rates.

About the role
You will join an established, experienced and well supported team working to maintain DHC Talking Therapies excellent reputation within our local Surrey catchment areas. We are looking to recruit good quality Band 7 Counsellors to work as part of our expanding IAPT Talking Therapy service, delivering appointments to our Surrey clients. You will be enthusiastic, experienced, hard-working and have a genuine interest in helping clients with moderate to severe depression for which PCE-CfD is demonstrated to be clinically effective.

About you
Working within our IAPT service, which includes both virtual and on-site therapists, you will be providing high intensity interventions, for which you will need to demonstrate the following:
• Professional accreditation with BACP, NCS, UKCP, BPS or NACC
• Successfully completed PE CfD training - If you do not have this training, we would still love to hear from you as we can provide this training in our band 6 role.
• Evidence of working with people who have presented with mental health difficulties, preferably in primary care.
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively and to deliver required performance indicators.
• Self-motivated with ability and tools to provide a confidential, safe, professional working environment to clients at all times.

A positive attitude and the commitment to support the mental health and wellbeing of Surrey residents.

About the benefits
As well as an attractive salary and access to the NHS Pension Scheme, we provide regular clinical supervision as well as excellent CPD opportunities. We understand that work life balance is important, therefore there is opportunity for an agreed flexible working pattern and we are also happy to accept applications for full-time or part-time working.

How to apply If you would like to be considered for the role, please complete and submit an application form including your supporting statement saying what makes you right for the role, with reference to the job description and person specification supplied.

If you would like further details, please contact the IAPT Clinical Lead anne.darwent@nhs.net


Salary
Not stated
Hours
Flexible
Closing date
November 30, 2021
Job details
Fixed Term (Maternity Cover)
Part Time - 29.6 hours per week.
Wrexham Glyndwr University is a forward-thinking and student-focused institution that places great emphasis on its quality of learning and teaching and student experience. We are a vibrant and diverse University located in Wrexham, North East Wales. Our strategic vision sets an ambitious agenda for our future success and growth, which focuses on the delivery of excellence in learning and teaching underpinned by research.

We are now seeking a .8 lecturer to cover maternity leave who will contribute to the Counselling Diploma with a focus on person centred counselling and to the BSc Psychology with a focus on counselling psychology. You will combine a passion for teaching and research. The successful candidate will work with students, team members and colleagues across the wider University to ensure a positive experience for students, monitor student recruitment and retention and address all University quality assurance processes.

Successful applicants will hold relevant professional body accreditation (BACP/BPS or equivalent) and/or be a qualified person centred counsellor. Teaching and learning experience within the Higher Education sector would be an advantage.

The role is varied and challenging, so you will be need to be a highly self-motivated individual who is able to work flexibly and to tight deadlines, both autonomously and as part of a team. You will have outstanding communication and organisational skills and an eye for detail.

For an informal discussion please contact Mandy Robbins, Associate Dean of Faculty of Social and Life Sciences at m.robbins@glyndwr.ac.uk

PLEASE NOTE CV’S WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY A COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM.
The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post.

Location: Postal Point 3,Glyndŵr University,Plas Coch Campus,Mold Road,Wrexham LL11 2AW, Wrexham


Work Location: Multiple Locations
Hours
29.6 hours
Closing date
November 08, 2021
Job details
We are seeking applications from humanistic counsellors with a range of experience who are committed to ensuring that young people are given the support they need to flourish. 
 
We require counsellors that meet the following competencies: 
 
·      Are reflective, empathetic, and solution focused. 
·      Recognise and value difference.
·      Can offer boundaried, age-appropriate contracts that reflect the growing autonomy of young people.
·      Prize the unique potential, skills and strengths of young people. 
·      Maintain professional standards in keeping with the relevant Codes of Ethics and Practice of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy balanced with the context of delivering engaging, trauma informed spaces for young people. 
·      Contribute to any developments of service. 

Salary
£20 per hour
Hours
Flexible
Closing date
November 30, 2021
Town/City
Brighton
BN1
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