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Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) – South Yorkshire

Job Field:
Psychological Therapies Jobs
Speciality:
Clinical Psychology Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Unspecified
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Unspecified
Country:
England
Region:
South Yorkshire
Contract Type:
Locum
Currency:
£
Salary Description:
"Negotiable"
Posted:
09-Jun-16
Recruiter:
Pulse
Job Ref:
420718

Applications are invited for the position of a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner to be based in South Yorkshire. The ideal candidate will be available to start work immediately for a period of 2-3 months working full time hours.
It is essential for candidates applying to hold the post graduate diploma in low intensity IAPT with at least 6 months NHS IAPT experience. It is ideal for candidates to already been trained on using system 1.
Your main responsibilities will be to conduct a mixture of assessment and treatments via face to face & telephone.
Pulse is a leading provider of health and social care staffing to the UK and international healthcare sectors and can offer you:
• Excellent rates of pay
• Access to exclusive vacancies
• Support and expert advice from an approachable, dedicated and friendly team
• An assigned consultant
• Various employment opportunities in your preferred geographical area
• Flexible hours to meet your needs, part or full time
• Recommend a Friend bonus scheme*
Recommend your friends to Pulse and in return, you can earn £300 worth of red letter days vouchers per recommendation, once they have worked 200 hours*.
If you have the relevant qualifications and you think you meet the requirements for this position then please apply now.
*Terms and Conditions apply
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

Closing Date:
01/11/2016

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