AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by fabio » Tue Jun 17, 2014 4:32 pm

mellymels29 wrote:This is one that people may miss. I want to URGE people to apply TODAY (Deadline is today). This is my job and I'm so sad to leave :(. I want amazing things for this team.

It is a middle management role, and challenges the assumption that the only way to get/use relevant experience for DClinPsy (or in my case PsychD) is to be an AP or RA.

OK, so I haven't been in this role all that long but I have learned so much about leadership and developing systems/teams, as well as the nitty gritty of research.

If you feel you would like to, go ahead, apply- what's the worse that can happen:
:P

"Calling all with a Psychology Degreee, lots of experience working with older adults, an understanding of Clinical research, who is keen to manage. APPLY. Deadline: today!!! http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/pertra/vaca ... d=16844784"

DISCLAIMER: May the best candidate be appointed!

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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by fabio » Tue Jun 17, 2014 4:41 pm

fabio wrote:
mellymels29 wrote:This is one that people may miss. I want to URGE people to apply TODAY (Deadline is today). This is my job and I'm so sad to leave :(. I want amazing things for this team.

It is a middle management role, and challenges the assumption that the only way to get/use relevant experience for DClinPsy (or in my case PsychD) is to be an AP or RA.

OK, so I haven't been in this role all that long but I have learned so much about leadership and developing systems/teams, as well as the nitty gritty of research.

If you feel you would like to, go ahead, apply- what's the worse that can happen:
:P

"Calling all with a Psychology Degreee, lots of experience working with older adults, an understanding of Clinical research, who is keen to manage. APPLY. Deadline: today!!! http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/pertra/vaca ... d=16844784"

DISCLAIMER: May the best candidate be appointed!
I believe that you have posted the wrong link!

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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by ElizabethB » Thu Jun 19, 2014 9:30 am

PhD scholarship at Canterbury Christ Church University. Deadline 30th June 2014

- Focus on dementia and practice development..........

https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/news/newsR ... ewsPk=2269
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*NEW* Health Psychologists in Training- NHS Scotland

Post by flutterbye » Fri Jun 20, 2014 9:59 am

This years recruitment of Health Psychologists in Training has opened. There are five vacancies across Scotland. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who has complete their MSc in Health Psychology (MSc) and who is interested in a career as a Health Psychologist. These posts are intended to support trainees to enroll on and complete the BPS Qualification in Health Psychology (Stage 2) while providing suitable work to help trainees meet the Health Psychology competencies.

Posts are full time within a given health board, with trainees working across two main projects (nature of projects vary depending on the board). All competencies will be evidenced within your post (no need to source additional work to evidence any of the competencies). Academic and clinical supervisors are also assigned by the programme and come from a pool of Health and Clinical Psychologists across Scotland. All posts are a band 6. In addition to this, NHS Education for Scotland (NES) also pay the BPS QHP (Stage 2) fees.

http://www.nes.scot.nhs.uk/education-an ... ining.aspx

I'm currently working as a trainee on this programme so if anyone has any questions about the posts are how the programme works, I'm happy to answer them :)


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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by SamR » Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:32 pm

Hello everyone,

My current assistant psychologist/support worker post has just been advertised here:
Assistant Psychologist at The Retreat Hospital, York

I'm leaving soon to start the DClinPsy course at Teeside.

I'm happy to provide any information regarding the post, please PM me.

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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by haymond » Fri Jun 27, 2014 7:55 pm

some more AP posts

http://www.appmemo.co.uk/jobSeeker/Sear ... Category=7 [you need to be a BPS member to see full info - mod]

https://jobs.priorygroup.com/vacancies/ ... s_service/

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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by AnonymousMouse » Thu Jul 10, 2014 4:50 pm

My old assistant job has gone onto NHS jobs. Will be leaving to start training, as will most of the other assistants in the Trust who applied. PM me if you would like more information :-)

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Re: AP and other relevant posts you might not have spotted

Post by miriam » Fri Jul 11, 2014 9:17 am

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