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If you’re a Clinical Psychologist on the lookout for the next step in your career, we’ve got you covered! As healthcare recruitment specialists, we work with hundreds of NHS Trusts, health centres, community mental health providers and private sector organisations across the UK and frequently place Clinical Psychologists into permanent and interim positions. 

We know that not everyone is looking for the same thing, which is why we offer a number of career opportunities including remote, interim and project jobs, so you can find the best position for you. If there are no suitable Clinical Psychologist jobs listed on our jobs page, simply upload your CV to be the first to hear about new opportunities.


Why Join Spencer Clarke Group?

There are many great reasons to join Spencer Clarke Group including: 

  • Competitive daily rates of pay.
  • Opportunities within the public sector and private sector.
  • Permanent or interim Clinical Psychologist jobs.
  • Hybrid Clinical Psychologist jobs.
  • Part-time Clinical Psychologist jobs.
  • All specialities covered.
  • Unparalleled expertise within healthcare recruitment.
  • Full consultative service including salary intelligence and benchmarking.
  • Newly qualified to management level jobs.
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If you are thinking about joining the interim market, it would be a good idea to give us a call on 01772 954200. There are many options and avenues to explore but one of our healthcare recruitment specialists can set you on the path which is right for you. 

You can also discover more about how the interim job market works in our recent interview with medical professionals recruitment specialist, Natalie Boaler.

We work with hundreds of private sector organisations and local authorities and NHS Trusts who require Clinical Psychologists to join them on an interim or permanent basis.

We work with clients who specialise in Acquired Brain Injury, Mental Health, Paediatrics, Social, Emotional and Mental Health and specialist schools.

To become a Clinical Psychologist, you will need a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology along with registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

Depending on the area you are looking to specialise in, you might also require specialist training. This might include training in the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) or Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).

A screening process will be carried out by one of our expert healthcare consultants and if you are happy to proceed with the post, our consultant will then share your CV and details of your experience with the hiring manager.

If our client thinks you are a good fit for their job, you will then be invited to an interview.

Finally, if you are offered an interim position, we will register you with ourselves and then start the onboarding process. This will be completed as quickly as possible so there are no delays with your start date. 

If you are offered a permanent job, the client will be responsible for the onboarding process which usually takes between 1 - 2 months.

Absolutely not, you will always have full control of where your CV is sent. We will present opportunities to you and you can advise if you would like your CV to be forwarded on. 

We pride ourselves on working very quickly; on average it takes us between 1 - 3 days to place a candidate.  

There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to contract lengths but you can typically expect a contract to last between 3 - 6 months. However, contracts can last for years depending on the needs of the NHS Trust or business which you are working for.

Entering the interim market can be daunting at first, particularly if you’re not sure what to expect. However, contracts are regularly extended and as we work with hundreds of Local Authorities, there are always plenty more job opportunities just around the corner. 

Simply contact us on 01772 954200 and we can put any concerns you have at ease. 

It totally depends on the business you are working for. The work pattern type will be listed on the job advert. 

Why Clinical Psychologists Choose to Work With Us.

Being responsible for assessing and treating clients with a range of physical and mental health issues means the demand for Clinical Psychologists is on the rise. A shortage of Clinical Psychologists means there has never been a better time to pursue this career choice and make a real difference to people’s lives.

With impressive stats and a team of healthcare recruitment specialists on hand to advise, we’re well placed to connect you with the best Clinical Psychologist jobs. Upload your CV today to get your job search underway!

94 %
Candidates who remain in the contract following their initial 3 month tenure
Average number of days to place a Clinical Psychologist
97 %
Success rate of first-time hires
100 s
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