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Permanent - Educational Psychologist - North East

Permanent - Educational Psychologist - North East


I am specialist recruiter for Local Authorities that are currently looking for Permanent Educational Psychologists in the North East of England.

As an Educational Psychologist, you will be performing localised assessments in a school setting.

We are currently looking for both newly qualified EPs as well as experienced Educational Psychologists.


The service requires someone who can provide a full consultation and produce quality reports.

There is a great of flexibility with the position as it can be full time or part time.


As a newly qualified EP, this will be an excellent chance to develop your skills and gain experience.

Having spoken to the Principal Educational Psychologist regarding the team and service as a whole, I am confident that this would be a fantastic opportunity for a fully qualified EP as well.

The team they have built have an excellent working relationship that makes the service a pleasure to work in.


Requirements:



  • Master's Degree in Educational Psychology, recognised by the British Psychological Society.

  • Be registered or eligible for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council.

  • Have experience working in a specialist educational service, supporting children and young with mental health difficulties.


For a confidential discussion for further information please call Malvika Oke on 02079402749, or send me an email at M.Oke@nonstop-recruitment.com


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