Be part of our success
A rewarding career with bMindful Psychology offers stable and secure employment, with lots of variety and opportunities to develop and progress. If you share our values and determination to make a difference to children and young people's lives, we’d love to hear from you.
Our vision is to develop an organisation which is at the heart of supporting, developing and enhancing children’s emotional and psychological wellbeing.
Our team members are dedicated professionals who want to make a difference and share a passion for connecting with young people and those around them, to find the right ways to support them, at the right time.
We offer a wide range of support and specialisms and consequently, aim to have a diverse team providing access to a number of modalities and approaches to clinical and therapeutic services.
We hold regular team meetings, group/peer supervisions and opportunities for continuous professional development.
Team members are provided with clinical supervision from a relevant discipline either from an inhouse practitioner or external supervisor if more appropriate.
What makes us a great employer?
We’re often asked What makes bMindful a great place to work? And the truth is, there’s lots of reasons why people choose to work for us.
We offer lots of different career opportunities so that you can use your skills to make a difference to the lives of children and young people living with challenging behaviour needs.
We offer great rewards and benefits, lots of learning and development opportunities, and health and wellbeing support, so whilst you’re busy caring for our children, you can be assured that we’re caring for you.
Learning & Development
We truly believe that working with children and young people is a skilled profession, and requires the highest levels of training and professional development.
Our experience in the specialist education sector has taught us that training is not all classroom based, and so we have a combination of face-to-face training, online courses, on-the-job training, and continuous supervision and development.
Join our team
If you are keen to be part of a growing organisation that’s focused on delivering high quality education while having fun in a family atmosphere, get started with bMindful Psychology today.
We’re uncompromising in our determination to deliver ever-greater standards of care and support to young people and their families, and in our commitment to empowering colleagues to achieve their potential. Our team is integral to the success of our organisation and we seek individuals who truly believe in making a difference.
Please email you CV and covering letter to email@example.com or phone us on 0161 510 0111.
For all roles with bMindful Psychology applicants must be suitably qualified and must have a right to work in the United Kingdom.
SPEACH AND LANGUAGE THERAPIST
Salary: Up to £40,000
North West. Permanent, Full time, Part time
What you'll be doing
Assessing and reviewing children and young people’s speech, language, and communication needs.
Using specialist knowledge to recommend and develop appropriate and individualised aids and adaptations to support speech, language and/or communication.
You will support and advise the teams across the region using your expertise. You will also support the delivery of tailored training to upskill care staff. Full training in regard to our courses and delivery will be provided.
The successful candidate will have:
Professional Qualified Speech and Language Therapy qualification to degree level.
· HCPC registration.
Monday to Friday
Salary: £competitive in line with national scales
North West. Full time, Part-time, Freelance
We are seeking an experienced and innovative HCPC registered Educational Psychologist to deliver, training, consultation and direct work with children and young people.
You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team in specialist and mainstream education settings and have opportunity to work in other contexts such as residential children’s homes and foster care. You will draw on knowledge and expertise in psychology and trauma-informed practice, supporting children and young people with significant social and emotional needs and neurodivergence. You will support the needs of children and young people with complex learning and developmental needs, and you will have opportunities to work at a systems and individual child level.
You will be able to inform and contribute to the development of a new education offer, alongside a friendly and supportive team. Opportunities for professional development and project development with universities as well as participation in community focussed activity will be supported.
· Competitive salary in line with national pay scales
· Company pension
· Referral programme
· Simply Health Scheme
· Full and part time positions available
· Monday to Friday – flexibility around days and hours available
· HCPC (preferred)
Salary: UP TO £40,000
North West. Full time, Part-time, Freelance
As the Occupational therapist, you will be working alongside the multidisciplinary team with the aim of equipping the young people with the skills needed for increased independence and community living. The service uses a therapeutic model which combines third wave CBT approaches; Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance & Commitment therapy (ACT).
You will identify the goals of the young people collaboratively, then plan and implement evidence-based interventions which use strengths and overcome obstacles to goal attainment aimed at restoring socially valued roles and social inclusion. You will carry out interventions in environments most suitable to the therapy and the aim of social inclusion.
You will also support the delivery of tailored training to upskill care staff. Full training in regard to our courses and delivery will be provided.
Work from home
8 hour shift
Monday to Friday
Occupational Therapists: 1 year (preferred)