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Job Vacancy: Educational Psychologist

One Education Limited is looking to recruit talented and enthusiastic educational psychologists to work in our dynamic and supportive team.

Welfare Services

Permanent full & part time contracts

Grade: Soulbury A: Spine points 3-8

Job Description

We would welcome applications from those completing their course in August 2018 to August 2019.

We are a well established, large team of Educational Psychologists who are committed to achieving positive outcomes for children and young people in diverse and often challenging situations. Our work is supported by protected time for supervision and access to good quality CPD. We pride ourselves on our warm and supportive ethos.

As well as working directly with schools and academies as commissioners, we have contracts working within local authorities in multidisciplinary contexts. All areas of experience and specialism are highly valued. The team offers the opportunity to become involved in specialist interest groups and there are a range of specialist roles within the team.

The team promotes working in a range of different ways to apply psychology through consultation, assessment, evidence based intervention, systemic work and training.

One Education is in the midst of an exciting period of growth. You could become part of an expanding organisation of experienced educational professionals. We value our employees highly, invest in their professional development and well-being and offer flexible working hours and home working.

So, if you are an educational psychologist who is passionate about putting children first, providing excellent customer service and have the necessary determination and resilience in the face of change please apply.

For an informal discussion please contact Lead Educational Psychologist Susan Posada or Senior Educational Psychologists Fran Parker or Rebecca Sundhu on 0844 967 1111.

To apply please complete this application form and return via email to

The title ‘Educational Psychologist’ is protected in law. Therefore, applicants must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), or, in the case of trainee EP’s, expect to be eligible for registration on completion of their recognised training course.

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