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Senior Research Fellow in Human Factors & Safety
Grade 8 £40,847 - £47,328
Faculty Health & Social Sciences
School of Social, Psychological and Communication Sciences: Psychology Subject Group
Psychology is the largest subject group in the School of Social, Psychological and Communication Sciences at Leeds Beckett University. We are very proud of our commitment to providing an excellent student learning experience across our undergraduate and postgraduate provision. We are also proud of our strong research and enterprise culture.
As part of the School plans to expand the already successful Psychology portfolio, and in particular our consultancy, research, and knowledge transfer projects, we are looking for an inspiring, enthusiastic applied researcher to join our growing expertise in psychological approaches to safety and health. The colleague we are seeking should also be committed to providing a high quality experience for our students.
£44,000 per annum (pro rata)
Location: Ipswich, Suffolk
Hours: 20 per week
Castlecare is one of the UK’s leading providers of residential care placements and education for looked after young people.
Our unique, inclusive and supportive approach recognises the needs of each individual in our care and is championed by our young, professional and energetic teams. We are determined to challenge negativity, change perceptions and celebrate the achievements of looked after children in our care.
Many Castlecare homes are rated as outstanding by Ofsted and they all provide high quality accommodation for vulnerable and challenging young people in safe, pleasant city, rural and semi-rural areas across the UK. A nurturing environment and the promise of a school placement for every child gives each individual the foundation they need to discover their potential and overcome the challenges they face.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Psychologist to join our team in a four bed service for young people with mental health issues who require care and support living in the community. This will involve undertaking assessments to identify client needs and determine effective, evidence based therapies and strategies, facilitating individual and group therapy as appropriate.