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Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

Clinical Psychologist within Neuro-psychology

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland

  • Offaly / Westmeath / Wexford
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  • Permanent part-time
  • Updated 21/03/2013
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Clinical Psychologist within Neuro-psychology



Acquired Brain Injury Ireland formally the Peter Bradley Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, providing adults with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) an opportunity to live in a home environment with support and assistance appropriate to their needs and be supported in their own community to live and engage in everyday activities which is meaningful to their individual needs.

We are are currently recruiting for the following role.

Title: Senior Clinical Psychologist within Neuro-psychology 17.5 Hours
Reporting to: Regional Manager
Location: Midlands

  Grade:  Senior Clinical Psychologist

Purpose of the role: The role of the Clinical Psychologist will be to assume responsibility for psychological assessment of clients within the Organisation and potential clients, involved in the design and provision of rehabilitation programmes and support of clients, families, staff and others, provide professional/clinical support to other frontline professions as appropriate, and to develop new innovative responses on behalf of the Organisation to the needs of clients with ABI and their families in the general community.

Job Functions / Responsibilities

  • The Clinical Psychologist will:
    Perform such duties as are outlined by the Regional Manager.
    Undertake assessments and conduct interventions and therapy appropriate to the professional competence of Clinical Psychologists working with both clients and their families as appropriate. 
    Contribute to the overall planning and policy making of the service through discussion with other members of the team.  Provide professional reports and information to other professional staff and other reports as appropriate.
    Participate in lecturing and training to other healthcare staff, both employees of the organisation and staff in nominated groups from other organisations, ensuring that their career development is in keeping with the Mission, Vision and Values of the Acquired Brain Injury Ireland.
    Undertake research in clinical psychology and co-operate in research and evaluation programmes as appropriate.
    Liaise and cooperate with all members of the transdisciplinary team as appropriate to provide the optimum service to the clients referred.
    Keep abreast of and collaborate in the development and implementation of Clinical Psychology techniques.
    Ensure that clinical records are kept up to date.
    Attend meetings, and case conferences where appropriate and contribute to the development of the clinical specialism of Acquired Brain Injury
    Collect, interpret and present, data and information on the psychological activity in the organisation.
    Carry out any other duties that may be assigned from time to time.

Further Details are availible on our website

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Closing date 22nd March 2013

 Acquired Brain Injury Ireland is a CARF Accreditated Organisation and an Equal opportunities Employeer.










Ref: CLPSYMid2013
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